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Unterschiede zwischen Jabra Elite 65t und Elite 75tOptically the differences are relatively small. Both models are still quite compact and do not look clunky in the ear, as is the case with some inexpensive models. Especially devices from China do not perform very well here. But back to the Jabra Elite - more interesting is the difference in technology.
Battery lifeThe battery life is the pivotal point of the two headphones. The older Jabra Elite 65t offers 5 hours less battery life than its successor Elite 75t. It has 7.5 hours to offer, which is an enormous difference especially in relation.
In addition to the battery in the headphones, both models also offer a housing with a built-in battery. This means that the headphones can also be charged via the case and the battery life can be significantly extended. The Jabra Elite 65t offers up to 15 hours with the additional battery. The Jabra Elite 75t even lasts up to 28 hours.
CaseIn addition to the significantly larger battery in the case, the case of the Jabra Elite 75t also trumps with a magnetic function. The headphones are held better in the case and brought into their position. This was a small disadvantage of the Jabra Elite 65t, where the ear studs were loose.
For the Jabra Elite 75t even a wireless charging function is planned, which is not included. How exactly this looks like remains to be seen.
MicrophonesThe 4 microphones of the Elite 75t are also highly praised. This is no upgrade compared to the Jabra Elite 65t. The Elite already has 4 microphones to offer a better voice quality on the go.
HardwareThe 75t has Bluetooth 5.0, but this is not an upgrade, because the 65t already has Bluetooth 5.0.
However, there is an upgrade for the USB port. Here comes the newer Jabra Elite 75t with USB-C. The predecessor still has MicroUSB installed. A thing that many manufacturers made in 2019. USB-C is also the current standard.
Jabra Elite 65t vs Active 65tThe Jabra Elite 65t is available in two versions. These are the Jabra Elite 65t* and the Jabra Elite Active 65t*. The differences between the two models are also very small. The Active version is made more for use in sports.
The battery life is identical here. However, the Jabra Elite Active 65t is IP56 certified. The Jabra Elite 65t only with IP55. Thus the sporty version is somewhat better protected against water. In addition, the Jabra Elite Active 65t has a motion sensor built in, which the smaller Jabra Elite 65t lacks.
For the sporty use there is however still the Jabra Elite Sport*, which offers still a few more functions for the sport.
Which is better?From the facts, the Jabra Elite 75t is of course better than its predecessor. However, the difference lies primarily in the battery life and an optimized case. In my opinion, this hardly justifies a switch. Only if you really have problems with the battery life of your Jabra Elite 65t, you should think about switching. The new USB-C port is not a sufficient argument from my point of view.
When buying a new one, the price is very important. With the older Jabra Elite 65t you can definitely save some money. For a little more budget you can get the Elite 75t with its much longer battery life.