Tap the settings icon in the upper right corner of the app to dive into endless customization options. You can adjust everything from in-ear detection, sidetone, and onboard controls to voice assistants, voice feedback, and call equalization Jabra claims that the earbuds offer up to 8 hours of playback on a single charge and up to 30 hours total including the charging case In our tests with ANC set to maximum and continuous playback at 75 dB (SPL), the earphones lasted 7 hours and 10 minutes. This is slightly above average for earbuds in this category and guarantees a full day of use under normal use; a five-minute quick charge provides one hour of playback, and it takes up to 150 minutes to fully charge the case and earbuds. The case supports wireless charging, but can also be charged in the traditional way via USB-C. It is also solidly built and complies with IP57 for dust and water resistance. Its control scheme is not the most intuitive at first, but you can remap most controls so you don’t have to take out your smartphone to change tracks or turn up the volume during a workout. call quality on the Elite 7 Pro is improved by bone conduction technology, which is not available on the Active. While the latter’s call quality is still decent, it’s not quite as good, and it doesn’t offer the wind cancellation feature that the Pro does. Both units in Jabra’s Elite 7 are good value earbuds with a wealth of top features, but you should choose the Active if you sweat and the Pro if you value call quality over ear safety. If you value call quality over ear safety, you should choose the Pro. The navy and black are understated, while the mint color is a striking pale blue-green; the Elite 7 Pro had a different color trim on the body of the earbuds, but the Active has a single continuous tone.

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