Jabra recently began rolling out a software update that will finally bring Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) to its Elite 75T TWS earbuds. The Danish audio brand says that the firmware update will be OTA and will be completed via its Sound+ app.
First announced during CES 2020 at the start of the year, the Elite 75t launched alongside the Elite 45h, Jabra’s over-ear headphones, and serves as the successor to the Elite 65t. Specs-wise, the earbuds delivers sound via a pair of 6mm drivers with a bandwidth randing between 20Hz and 20KHz for music, and 100Hz to 8KHz for calls.
Additionally, both earbuds are also equipped with four-microphone call technology and supports the SBC and AAC audio codecs. Battery-wise, the Elite 75t is capable of 7.5 hours of continuous music playback on a single charge, while its charging case carries an additional 20.5 hours. With ANC on, Jabra says that the playback time drops down to 5.5 hours for the earbuds.
For those planning on getting a pair of Jabra Elite 75t series earbuds, worry not, as the earbuds shipped out from this month onward already come with the ANC feature onboard. Pricing for the Elite 75t starts from RM949 and can be purchased at All IT hypermarkets and Harvey Norman outlets, as well as the brand’s official store pages on Lazada and Shopee.