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Jabra Elite 7 Pro headphones return to lowest price with $70 discount


Jabra’s earbuds go on sale sporadically, but its top-end Elite 7 Pro earbuds rarely drop this low. Right now you can score a set for yourself with a $70 discount, bringing them down to just $130. Present on our list of best wireless headphonesJabra’s Elite 7 Pro has only reached this all-time high a few times before, and price drops usually haven’t lasted long.

16% smaller than the Elite 75t, the Elite 7 Pro wireless headphones are top of the line in Jabra’s new lineup and feature the company’s new MultiSensor Voice technology with a bone conduction sensor, four microphones and intelligent algorithms to deliver a new “call quality revolutionary,” says Jabra. Voice call performance doesn’t quite live up to that hype, but Jabra has updated the headphones’ firmware and added multipoint Bluetooth pairing and other small improvements.

These have adjustable active noise cancellation, Jabra’s HearThrough transparency mode and Bluetooth 5.2. They offer up to 9 hours of playtime at moderate volume levels with noise cancellation enabled, and nearly three additional charges in the charging case – total battery life is rated at 35 hours. The charging case has wireless charging capabilities.

The headphones’ IP57 rating means they’re dustproof and fully waterproof (they can be submerged in up to 1 meter of water). If you prefer to use just one earbud, you can use either one independently in mono mode.

I didn’t initially think these headphones were a major step up from the Elite 75t, but firmware updates have improved their performance slightly and they should fit well in most ears. While they’re not a bargain at $200, they’re a solid value at $130.

The Elite 7 Active are more durable and have a grippier coating on the buds, so they stay in your ears a bit better. But the Elite 7 Pro headphones have the multipoint option and are the best choice for the same price.

CNET

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