Jabra adds active noise cancellation to Elite 75t, Elite Active 75t earbuds

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Jabra has just released a firmware update for its Elite 75t and Elite Active 75t true wireless earbuds that introduces active noise cancellation, bringing them more in-line with Apple's AirPods Pro.

We compared the Elite 75t as well as the Elite Active 75t to Apple's AirPods Pro. They fared quite well with the biggest difference being the lack of ANC.

This update has now added substantial new features to the earbuds, over-the-air and without requiring a new set of headphones

With the new 2.0.0 app update and the new firmware 1.31, both the Elite 75t and Elite Active 75t gain active noise cancellation. The Jabra Sound app guides you through personalizing the ANC so that it works best for your ears. Users will have the choice between turning it off, HearThrough, and Active Noise Cancellation.

Jabra also recently announced the Elite 85t which has ANC. The difference is the Elite 85t and Elite Active 75t only have ANC while playing music and the Elite 85t have ANC for both music as well as calls.

The Jabra Elite 75t can be picked up on Amazon for $149 and the Elite Active 75t can be picked up for $199.