Jabra Elite 7 Pro True Wireless are Βluetooth earbuds with a very neutral sound configuration. They have a great app with customization options for their sound and active noise cancellation (ANC) features, and you can remap all the controls on each earbud separately.
What is it like to use Jabra Elite 7 Pro?
True to their name, these earbuds are designed to feel “professional” and the Jabra Elite 7 Pro earbuds, available in black, titanium or beige, are elegant and unobtrusive, barely protruding from the ear.
Jabra offers three earbud sizes, but the Elite 7 Pro is still not as comfortable as other true wireless earbuds. The shape of the earbuds forces them deep into the ear canal, causing pressure and some discomfort. Put the earbuds in or out of your ears too quickly and you may experience severe pain from the sudden change in pressure.
How do I control my Jabra Elite 7 Pro?
Pressing a single large button on any of the earbuds controls playback, but can also inadvertently push the earbuds deeper into your ears. You can also customize the controls in the Jabra Sound+ app to set commands for different combinations of buttons during music playback and during calls.
The earbuds are equipped with sensors for in-ear detection that automatically pause the music when they are removed from your ears and resume when you put them back in.
How long does the battery last?
Jabra claims the headset lasts up to 8 hours on a single charge and 30 hours of total play time including the charging case. This was a good fit in our tests, where the earbuds played for 8 hours and 48 minutes at 75dB (SPL) with the ANC set to maximum.
The charging case and earbuds take 150 minutes to fully charge, and a quick 5 minute charge provides 60 minutes of playback time. The charging case is powered via USB-C or Qi wireless charging pad.
Jabra Elite 7 Pro are perfect for neutral sounds. They have a balanced, neutral sound profile that ensures accurate reproduction of vocals and lead instruments. Their bass and treble delivery is also very consistent. You can adjust their sound using the graphic equalizer and presets in the companion app. Unfortunately, like most closed-back earbuds, they have a passive soundstage that seems small, as if it’s coming from your head.