Today is an important day for Jabra. The company has launched three headsets, the most powerful and interesting being the Jabra Elite 7 Pro. It is a TWS headset that stands out for incorporating Jabra Multisensor Voice technology and active noise cancellation.

The other models are the Jabra Elite 7 Active, which are similar to the previous ones, but without Multisensor Voice and with a ShakeGrip coating designed to improve grip and prevent falls due to movement; and the Jabra Elite 3, which are simpler and have the privilege of being the company’s cheapest headphones. We’ll focus on the former and review the main features of the other two.

Jabra Elite 7 Pro: more compact and designed for calls

Jabra Elite 7 Pro

As we said, the most powerful headsets that Jabra has presented today are the Jabra Elite 7 Pro. They are the spiritual successors of the Jabra Elite 85t and, as such, have a design reminiscent of them. They are somewhat more compact (16% smaller than the Jabra Elite 75t) and, according to the company, have been designed to be ergonomic and fit better in the ear.

Spread throughout the chassis are four microphones, a bone conduction sensor, and a voice pickup sensor. These are not only used for active noise cancellation, which we will talk about later but also bring Multisensor Voice technology to life.

What does this technology consist of? By combining the bone conduction sensor, the four microphones, the voice pickup sensor, and a series of algorithms, the headset promises to improve call quality.

Jabra Elite 7 Pro

In a nutshell, the algorithms analyze the types of noise picked up by the microphones; the voice pickup sensor is activated when it detects wind and the bone conduction sensor transmits the voice through jaw vibrations. Subsequently, an algorithm uses the “best combination” of the bone conduction sensor and the microphones to transmit the voice with better quality.

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On the other hand, the active noise cancellation can be customized by creating different profiles (something we already know from the Jabra Elite 85t). They also have the HearTrough function, so we can enhance the voice of our interlocutors to hear it even if we do not remove the headphones.

As for the battery, the company has not disclosed its capacity but says they are capable of providing up to nine hours of battery life with ANC activated and 35 hours in total with the case. They also have a fast-charging system that promises just over an hour of autonomy in five minutes.

Otherwise, the headphones use Bluetooth 5.2, can be used independently, have multiple connections (something that will come with an update), and are compatible with voice assistants (namely Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant, the latter only on Android mobiles).

Jabra Elite 7 Active

Jabra Elite 7 Active

The Jabra Elite 7 Active, meanwhile, are the same as the Jabra Elite 7 Pro, only they lack Multisensor Voice technology. Thus, they have adjustable noise cancellation and HearTrough mode. The difference is that the Jabra Elite 7 Active has a ShakeGrip coating.

As the name suggests, the Jabra Elite 7 Active is for users with a more active lifestyle. The ShakeGrip coating is intended to “provide the best fit no matter the movements”. In addition, they have a mesh over the microphone that serves to eliminate wind in calls.

Jabra Elite 3

Jabra Elite 3

And so we come to the Jabra Elite 3, which are the company’s cheapest headsets. They are, as Jabra itself describes them, an entry-level headset. They have six-millimeter drivers, four microphones to improve voice calls, HearTrought mode, seven hours of battery life (plus 28 with the case), and support for Qualcomm aptX HD.

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Pricing and Availability of the Jabra Elite 7 Pro, Elite 7 Active, and Elite 3

The Jabra Elite 7 Pro and Elite 7 Active will be available from October 1 for $199.99 and $179.99, respectively. The Jabra Elite 3, on the other hand, will arrive on the market on September 1 and will be priced at $79.99.

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