Jabra Elite 75t and Elite Active 75t in comparisonThere were already two versions of the predecessor model. The Jabra Elite 65t and Jabra Elite Active 65t. The differences can be found in the comparison between the Jabra Elite 65t and Jabra Elite 75t.
The headphones are almost identical. There are no differences in size, weight or battery life. The small difference is the IP protection factor.
- Jabra Elite Active 75t: IP57
- Jabra Elite 75t: IP55
This means that the Active version is able to cope with stronger water jets. The Jabra Elite 75t can only withstand weak water steel.
In the table you can find an overview of the IP certifications with meaning and the headphones from Jabra.
The Jabra Elite 25e, 45e and 65e are not True-Wireless headphones. On these models the earpieces are still connected with a cable. Otherwise, these are also wireless.
Really Reletanve are the Elite 65t, Elite Active 65t, Elite 75t, Elite Active 65t and Elite Sport.
|IP54||dustproof||Splash water||Jabra Elite 25e* |
Jabra Elite 45e*
Jabra Elite 65e*
|IP55||dustproof||Low pressure water jet||Jabra Elite 65t* |
Jabra Elite 75t*
|IP56||dustproof||Water jet with strong pressure||Jabra Elite Active 65t* |
Jabra Elite Active 75t*
|IP67||absolutely dustproof||Strong water jets with high pressure||Jabra Elite Sport* |
Jabra Elite Active 45e*
Which Jabra Elite 75t are better for you?What does this mean for your purchase? Both the Jabra Elite 75t and the Jabra Elite Active 75t are not suitable for swimming. However, the Active version is a little more robust against water.
For most people, the Jabra Elite 75t* will be sufficient. The Jabra Elite Active 75t* are advertised by the manufacturer for your use in sports. The background here is sweating. In my opinion, the cheaper Jabra Elite 75t are also sufficient.
The even bigger model from Jabra are the Jabra Elite Sport*. Here you have a higher IP certification. This leaks at IP67. You can find more information in the table above. However, these are also not suitable for swimming.