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[Amazon Canada] Jabra Elite Active 65T - $176

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Aug 6, 2006
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[Amazon Canada] Jabra Elite Active 65T - $176

Nice pair of wireless earbuds. I believe these are Wirecutter's (www.thewirecutter.com) reccomended wireless earbuds.

Shipping time is a concern as it states "usually ships within 1 to 2 months."

Did a quick search and didn't see another post on this deal.

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07DS8TSKT/ref ... uBbKK7NA7W
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Nov 30, 2016
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recently bought the Jabra Elite Sports earbuds (another RFD special), and they're absolutely phenomenal. Even without APTX, the sound quality is really superb. If this one is anything like that, then you have a good deal on ur hands
Newbie
Jan 5, 2018
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I bought these on Amazon like 3 weeks ago for $130+tax and they have been great so far
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dontfail12345 wrote:
Jul 21st, 2018 2:20 pm
I bought these on Amazon like 3 weeks ago for $130+tax and they have been great so far
they actually shipped? nice. in the other thread people who ordered the elite 65t (the non active version) that went on sale a month ago had their orders canceled.
Newbie
Jan 5, 2018
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I purchased the non active one and had my order cancelled. Then I found these and ordered them. They actually came in.
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Jan 15, 2006
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Richmond Hill
I have the non-active ones and use them for working out and zero issues with them getting wet so far. Great headphones for truly wireless. I bought mine at $200 as I couldn’t wait lol and would gladly pay that again.
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Mar 12, 2006
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Smithers
How's the noise isolation with these?

I'd love something that I can sleep in, blocks out noise and not miss a call / have it fall out.
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Kitchener
How long does it take to recharge in the case from dead to 100%?
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Nepean
I absolutely love these earphones. They never ever ever fall out, they sound fantastic and they are very comfortable for a long workout. No matter what position you're in at the gym, they won't fall out. Love these things. Sound isolation is amazing, can't hear a thing with music on. Call quality is amazing for both callers.
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Rifle wrote:
Jul 21st, 2018 2:43 pm
How's the noise isolation with these?

I'd love something that I can sleep in, blocks out noise and not miss a call / have it fall out.
Really depends on the shape of your ears since it's passive noise cancelling (cancels noise via the silicone tips seal). For my ears, these are probably one of the best noise isolating earphones I have and blocks out a majority of the noise. I could barely near the despacito accordion players when I unfortunately bumped into them on the subway lol.

You can't really sleep with them cause they stick out a bit and it'll just get jammed into your ear if you lie down in bed with them on.
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The passive isolation (when used with Comply Truly Wireless foams) is average/ok/hum (when compared to Comply P-Series, with Shure SE846).

They're not bad for casual listening.
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The phone call quality is okay but nothing like what they advertise. Overall happy with them a side for all the background noise that comes up on the other end.
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they looks uglyAF imo...true wireless tho..hopefully they get cheaper and smaller this year at tech improves, not a fan of those airpods either...long stem looking
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