The new Jabra Elite 8 Active want to offer a lot for a price of just under 200 Euros.
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The Elite 10 is the new top of the range device from Jabra and supports Dolby Atmos including head tracking.
With the Evolve2 55, Jabra has a handy headset for everyday work in the line-up, which can be flexibly adapted to the needs in the office.
Good sound, active noise cancellation and great wearing comfort – the Jabra Elite 4's list of features already sounds good.
The Jabra Elite 5 are True Wireless in-ears for audio enthusiasts who have active everyday lives.
With the Jabra Evolve2 75, the Danish manufacturer adds a handy on-ear pair of headphones for the hybrid working world.
The new Jabra Elite 4 Active aim to offer a lot for a price of just under 120 euros: IP57 certification, active noise cancelling, transparency mode, good sound as well as an app connection. We'll find out how well they work in this test.
The Jabra Elite 7 Active are perfectly fitting and very good-sounding in-ears with extensive functions for sporty, active everyday use. The "Sound+" app enables the Elite 7 Active to be personalised in many ways.
Jabra's Elite 7 Pro are very well equipped in-ears with variable noise cancelling (ANC) and sound personalisation. While the sound of the Jabra Elite 7 Pro is impressive right from the start, there are unfortunate "hiccups" in other areas. Our test reveals where these can...
With the Elite 3, Jabra want to expand their target market: these new in-ears are the manufacturer's most affordable True Wireless headphones to date and, at a reasonable 79 euros, they are aimed at an audience for whom noise-cancelling or wearer recognition is less important...