Jabra Elite 65t vs Elite Sport - Where are the differences?
Where are the differences?
The two Jabra brand true wireless headphones differ in a few ways. Let's take a closer look at the differences of the Jabra Elite 65t and Jabra Elite Sport in comparison.
What about the battery life?
A crucial point for headphones without cables is always the battery life. Here, many headphones differ and the capacity grows from year to year. Here, the Jabra Elite 65t performs better with a battery life of up to 5,0 hours. The battery life of the Jabra Elite Sport is up to 4,5 hours.
An additional battery in the case has become popular for true wireless headphones. Thus, the headphones can be conveniently charged on the go and have a longer battery life overall. The Jabra Elite 65t* is in front. The battery runtime with Case is up to 15,0 hours there. The Jabra Elite Sport offers a battery life of up to 13,5 hours with the case.
How to charge the headphones?
Both devices use the same technology for the charging connection. Both are charged via MicroUSB.
Many headphones offer some form of noise cancellation. However, it is not true Active Noise Cancelling (ANC for short) in all of them. Here, neither the Jabra Elite 65t nor the Jabra Elite Sport has ANC.
Let's talk about the microphones, which also have an impact on voice quality and noise suppression. Most headphones no longer rely on just one microphone, but on several. Here, both headphones with 4 microphones per earbud perform the same.
Of course, both TWS headphones work over Bluetooth. However, the version is different. The Jabra Elite 65t uses a newer standard with the version 5.0 than the Jabra Elite Sport with the Bluetooth version 4.2. Newer Bluetooth versions offer more stability in the connection and also a better range.
Can the ear studs be used separately?
The right earpiece can also be used independently of the left earpiece in almost every true wireless headphone. This is also the case with both devices from this comparison. Rarely, the left headphone can be used separately, because they work in dependency of the right ear plug. Mostly the right headphone is the so called master. ) Neither the Jabra Elite 65t, nor the Jabra Elite Sport supports this special feature.
Are there interchangeable attachments?
For better wearing comfort, both headphones from the comparison offer changeable attachments. The number of pieces is thereby also identical with 3.
Are the headphones waterproof?
Both headphones from the comparison have IP certification. The Jabra Elite 65t is certified with IP55. With the Jabra Elite Sport you get an IP67 certification. However, an IP certification does not directly mean waterproof. Depending on the certification, the headphones are only water- or sweat-resistant. However, a higher number in the certification is generally better. With Bluetooth headphones, there is also the problem that Bluetooth is disturbed by water. Thus, the use when swimming is only possible with special headphones.