Jabra Elite 85h Cuffie Over-Ear, Cuffie Wireless con Cancellazione Attiva del Rumore, Batteria a Lunga Durata per Chiamate e Musica, Beige Dorato
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- Leveransens omfattning: Jabra Elite 85h hörlurar, bärväska, USB-C laddkabel, ljudkabel – Vikt: 296g – Färg: Guld beige
- Produkten levereras med 2 års garanti
- Batterier : 1 Litiumpolymer Batterier krävs. (inkluderat)
- Produktens mått : 19.5 x 8.2 x 22.5 cm; 296 Gram
- Tillverkare : Jabra
- ASIN : B07NPLTV3F
- Artikelnummer : 100-99030002-60
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One the one hand - the hardware is fantastic. Sound is great (especially after messing with EQ). Really good headphones.
But on the other hand, Alexa doesn’t work, auto play/pause works sometimes, its a headphone jack - not a headset jack (why!?), the sound quality drops off a cliff when you disable ANC and windows support is not a thing. Detail below:
Really nice headband, comfortable to wear. Twist to turn off/on is really good. Size adjustment is excellent. They sound great for me especially after playing with the EQ settings.
Because these are for mobiles/tablets only (which wasn’t clear before buying) I had hoped that I could connect them via the lead to my laptop’s headset socket (a 3.5mm socket which can do audio and mic and the same time). Unfortunately the headphones don’t support mic down the cable. An example of something that can do this is 3.5mm jack apple earpods that retail for about £25 so make of that what you will.
The plastic hinges for folding away the ear-cups look like the structural bottleneck of the product and I suspect that’s where they’ll break first.
Battery is awesome.
So these have ANC/Hearthrough (transparency) and Off modes to choose from. The sound quality is great for me on ANC, its the same on Hearthrough although there is a very slight hiss. On Off mode - they sound really really average. Very little bass. A bit cheap sounding. I’ve asked Jabra about this and they said there should be no difference. Makes me wonder if this is done to make the ANC on here three modes stand out more.
Alexa doesn’t work well with iOS. Basically you need to have then paired to your device, Jabra app open and on screen and don’t even think about locking your phone. Summoning Alexa without the app on screen for me has resulted in:
1.) Alexa never answers
2.) Sometimes Siri comes up (!!?)
3.) I’ve had them get stuck and need to be turned off and on again.
Seriously what is the point of an Alexa button if you need to unlock your phone, open the Jabra app and wait for it to connect before using it. I gather than this isn’t a problem with other maker’s headphones.
A couple more problems: They’re meant to auto play/pause when you take them off/put them on, its unreliable for me.
There’s no way to disconnect bluetooth devices from the headphones (some products have this) you need to do it from the connected device (which could be at the other side of the house if you’re unlucky!)
I’ve been told my voice is crystal clear but a bit quiet on calls.
AptX would have been nice (they don’t claim to have it or anything though - just a shame).
Thing is I mostly love the hardware but just want to redo the software myself!
I got these for £169.99 and most of the big names are in the £300 region. Currently on the fence whether to return them or not.
Uploaded the latest Firmware when I got these and the app is great, lots of tweaks and personalisation available
Huge battery capacity, quoted at 35 hours with ANC on (never managed to get there yet).
A must if you are on a long haul flight for both the in flight entertainment, but also if you want to block the rest of the cabin out for a while.
I own a lot of headphones by Shure, Bose, Bowers & Wilkins, AKG etc but I use these headphones more than the others because the buttons are simple and intuitive, noise cancelling works well and the build quality is really good. The headphones turn on and off by swivelling the ear pieces, which avoids accidentally forgetting to turn them off and flattening the battery.
If you take them off, the music pauses until you put them back on, simple and convenient.
The hear through function is great when outside but it’s super easy to change to noise cancelling. Call quality is great although It would be nice to have external noise cancelling when on a phone call.
Build quality is fantastic, very solid and comfortable to wear. They do work fine in light rain unlike most headphones. These things are very solid and well built. To be honest, I bought 3 pairs because I was so impressed with them.
Sound quality is perfectly fine, I am quite fussy, it isn’t perhaps quite as well resolved as the Bowers and Wilkins headphones but still very good and more than acceptable. Bowers and Wilkins PX7 tend to be more expensive tho so in terms of value for money these Jabra’s are great, especially if you can get them at a discounted price, maybe < £200.
Overall very happy, battery life is better than most headphones, they use the usb-c charger which is great unlike the Bose headphones.
The only headphones i like more are actually the AirPods Pro, which are probably the best from a UX perspective but these Jabra’s really surprised me with how good they are.