The Jabra Elite 7 Pro is a good pair of earbuds that fit well in the ear and offer impressive sound quality and superior battery life to any other model we have seen. However, wind noises are not as muffled as those of some competitors. The Jabra Elite 7 Pro True Wireless earbuds are Bluetooth earbuds with a very neutral sound profile. They have a great app with good customization options and active noise cancellation (ANC), support pairing with multiple devices, and you can remap all the controls on each earbud separately.
Unfortunately, there is no audible difference in the amount of ambient noise perceived when ANC is on or off. However, the design of the earbuds allows a fair amount of sound to be blocked out. It is convenient to use one earbud at a time while the other is charging in the case. Jabra offers the Elite 7 Pro many top-notch features at a lower price than its competitors. Excellent call quality and numerous customization options within the Jabra Sound+ app provide a solid experience, while firmware updates have alleviated most of our initial concerns.
Aside from the high price, we have many positive things to say about last year’s Jabra Elite 85t. Jabra’s latest model of truly wireless earbuds, the Elite 7 Pro, debuts at a more affordable price and retains almost all of the key features of the 85t. Although the earbuds had some noteworthy issues at launch, subsequent firmware updates have elevated the Jabra Elite 7 Pro to one of the best true wireless earbuds.
Let’s see if Jabra’s latest true wireless earbuds are worth your money or if you should steer clear of these “Pro” earbuds. Living up to the name, the design of these earbuds is certainly “Pro.” Available in black, titanium, or beige, the Jabra Elite 7 Pro earbuds are sleek and discreet, barely protruding from your ears. The superb design, good selection of customizable features, and strong IP rating make the Elite 7 Pro a headset to consider, but the competition is predictably fierce.