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Jabra Elite 3 true wireless earbuds are engineered for powerful sound and clear calls. 6mm speakers deliver rich bass, while music equalizer and Sound+ app allows customization. They are the most comfortable wireless earbuds, with 4-microphone technology for clear calls, outstanding noise cancelling earbuds, HearThrough, Alexa Built-in, and Google Fast Pair. Up to 7 hours in earbuds, 28 hours with case, and fast charge feature. Mono mode that lets you use either bud while the other charges.
Customize Your Sound
You deserve music your way, every day. With 6mm speakers and class-leading customization options via our intuitive Jabra Sound+ app, these compact buds deliver rich, clear sound and punchy bass that’s not just powerful, it’s unique to you.
Outstanding Noise Isolation
Designed to offer outstanding noise isolation, Elite 3 gives you a perfectly portable escape, and keeps you immersed in the music, wherever your day takes you.
Our clever HearThrough technology uses the built-in microphones to instantly pick up external sounds and play them in your ears. Simply tap your earbud button to move into or out of HearThrough mode.
Use One Earbud or Two
With mono mode, you can use either earbud alone and leave the other charging in the sleek case. Use one, charge one, repeat.
Exceptional Call Quality
We’ve loaded Elite 3 with four microphones for crystal-clear calls. That means wherever you go, you can chat and make plans and be heard clearly.
28 Hour Battery Life
With up to 7 hours in the buds, a total of 28 hours with the sleek charging case, and a fast charge, you’ll never worry about being caught out by a low battery again.
Alexa Built-In, Spotify Playback, and Google Fast Pair
With Alexa Built-in, one-touch Spotify playback, and Google Fast Pair, you can ask for directions, play your favorite tunes, and instantly pair to your device without even breaking stride.
Ergonomic Fit and Comfort
With classic Danish design and our ergonomic acoustic engineering, these buds look and feel as good as they sound.
Engineered for durability with IP55-rated rainproof protection and a 2-year warranty.
Two earbuds, charging case, eargels in 3 sizes, and USB-C cable
Noise Cancelling (Active)
Maximum Wireless Range
Battery Charge Time
Google Assistant, Siri
Voice Assistant Built-in
Ear Tip Sizes Included
Small, Medium, Large
Elite 3 True Wireless In-Ear Headphones
Additional Accessories Included
Charging case, eargels in 3 sizes, and USB-C cable
I'm one of those for whom the hanging Airpod design simply doesn't work well--they don't stay in my ears or provide a good enough seal to really let me sink into the music. I've tried, kept, resold, or handed down at least two dozen different wireless and true wireless budget, high quality, workout & ANC earbuds in my search for decent-sounding and decent-performing alternatives, ultimately settling on an array of buds from (coincidentally) several big-name "J" brands: Jabra (best all-arounders with SQ that has been virtually impossible to beat), Jaybird (still great for workouts but SLIGHTLY inferior sound quality to Jabra), and JLab (surprisingly great performance at VERY budget-friendly prices). In the end, I routinely turn to the Jabras for my more "critical" BT use because of their clearly superior sound quality and extreme comfort over long listening sessions. From the Jabra line, I've been immensely impressed with the Elite Active 65t, and the even more capable and more comfortable Elite Active 75t (which I actually preferred over the 85ts due to their slightly longer battery life, better comfort, and better sound quality, even at the expense of less aggressive & less capable ANC). Could Jabra's new budget-minded Elite 3s even hold a candle to these pricier, top-notch buds? Surprisingly, the answer is mostly yes, but DEFINITELY when it comes to top-notch sound quality!
The Elite 3 features a slightly smoother, more streamlined exterior than Jabra's recent Elite buds with a less pronounced, forward-jutting microphone array up front. The single round button on each bud has been replaced with a larger, full-profile “button panel” that makes it easier to find and operate the controls because any outward-facing flat surface you touch is actually part of the button itself. Anatomical fit is outstanding as the Elite 3 nestles securely (and pretty flatly) between the folds of the tragus and antitragus with only a single stealthy microphone opening facing toward the mouth. Jabra makes a big deal about these various "Danish design" elements in the Elite 3’s marketing materials, but the result really is a very comfortable fit with a more svelte, sculpted, and modern appearance as opposed to the more industrial looks of the Elite 65t/75t/85t with their more obvious honeycomb mic perforations and slightly more functional (and blunt) design cues.
Although the Elite 3 doesn’t feature ANC, passive noise isolation was actually VERY effective thanks to their super-secure fit and comfortable selection of soft-tipped ear-gels (3 sets are included w/mediums pre-installed--large and small gels are in the box). According to our kitchen scale, each Elite 3 bud weighs about 5 grams, a full gram lighter than the Elite 75t’s buds…this doesn’t sound like much, but it did make for a subjectively more comfortable feeling while worn in the ear, and combined with the slightly redesigned shell, seemed to afford a slightly snugger fit because I could get the bud a bit further down in the ear canal. The Elite 3s are decently rated at IP55 for wet weather use, and though I didn’t notice any movement requiring readjustment during my evening runs, I probably still wouldn’t use these regularly for extreme mudder runs or P90X style ultra-sweaty workouts.
The charging case offers a magnetic closure for the lid but also clocks in about 3 grams lighter and a few millimeters shorter than the case for the Elite Active 75t--very pocketable! Sadly, there is no option for wireless charging with the Elite 3’s case, but there is a USB-C port (no more easy-to-break, one-way insertion, micro-USB!) on the back and a short USB-A to USB-C charging cable in the box. Battery life on the Elite 3 beat out my 75t's by a bit more than 1.5 hours on a single charge…I got roughly 6 ¾ hours of sporadic use at moderate listening levels before really feeling like I needed a recharge. You can use either bud in mono mode to double your playback time, but as I’ll get to in just a bit, the sound quality here was good enough that I never wanted to sacrifice the outstanding stereo performance for the sake of a bit more playback time. The Elite 3 offers a similar 4-microphone array as the Elite 75t which afforded excellent call quality for all but the windiest or most active of workout conditions. Those mics also give you vital “HearThrough” capabilities for situational awareness when you're out and about by using the front and rear-facing mics to funnel environmental sounds into your buds when activated.
However, the capabilities of the Elite 3s do appear to be slightly limited compared to their pricier siblings. For one, there are no spoken voice prompts (that I ever heard) and status indicators, only sets of rising and falling tones to indicate power, connection status, etc. There is also only one (on/off) setting for the HearThrough feature, as opposed to several HearThrough volume levels on the higher-end Elite buds. Only five EQ presets are currently available in Jabra's Sound+ companion app (though more are supposedly on the way), but there is no EQ display to know what frequencies are boosted or cut (or by how much), and there is no option to create/store a custom EQ setting. Earbud charge levels are displayed in Sound+ on the main page, but the charge level of the case is not. Unlike some of Jabra's pricier Elite buds, there are also no “Moments” or “Soundscapes” features that combine various EQ settings, HearThrough adjustments, or ambient sounds like waterfalls, babbling brooks, ocean waves, etc. These shortcomings are all pretty well forgivable given the Elite 3’s budget-minded price point, and time will tell if Jabra rolls out more features in the Sound+ app as their website suggests they will.
That said, you can use the Sound+ app to enable sidetone for phone calls (allows you to hear your own voice through the buds if you want), as well as check for firmware updates, consult a graphical user guide, and even activate a helpful “Find my Jabra” map and sound locating feature when you need to track down your misplaced/wayward buds. At the very least, I give kudos to Jabra for giving us an app that does not require another login/password to operate (unless you want to register your Elite 3s to get 2 years of dust and water damage warranty protection). But the buds also work just fine without the companion app and give you a full range of BT control with a few simple button presses for volume adjustment, track skip (in both directions), call answer/reject, HearThrough activation, and voice assistant activation. Overall, the Elite 3s really do have a pretty comprehensive feature set, especially given their price compared to other members of Jabra’s Elite lineup.
Where these buds REALLY shine, however, is in audio quality. In this case, the Elite 3s easily traded blows with the much pricier Elite Active 75t. In fact, using the lower-bandwidth, lower-complexity SBC connection with my iPhone 12, I was honestly hard pressed to tell the difference between the two even after a full hour of critical back-and-forth testing. That was no small feat given that the Elite 3s are considered Jabra’s “entry level” BT buds. However, the Elite 3s seem to scale VERY well with more capable source components and signals--when I moved over to my new FiiO DAP with a Qualcomm aptX chip, AND I streamed a higher-quality audio signal from Amazon Music HD (especially 24/48 or 24/96 streams), the Elite 3s clearly surpassed the 75ts in terms of sound quality. Bass was slightly more authoritative while mids and highs were just a HAIR more delicate, more articulate, and more detailed. Female vocals especially were slightly more airy without any sparkling glare or harsh sibilance, and acoustic guitar strings and piano notes seemed just a bit more controlled and well-defined on the Elite 3s than on Jabra’s formerly premier buds (which cost nearly double the price). These performance gains were minor to be sure, but definitely noticeable...so if sound quality is at all important to you, I’m happy to report that Jabra didn’t seem to scrimp on a single note when working hard to land these buds at a more wallet-friendly price point—HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
More Features at a Lesser Price
--- SETUP ---
I set up my Jabra Elite 3 with an iPhone Pro Max 12. First, I opened the app which recognized the headphones. It then sent me to the phone’s bluetooth settings to pair and back to the app to teach me about the headphones and the app’s features.
--- FEATURES ---
The Jabra Elite 3 features a noise-isolating design, HearThrough sound (ambient noise allowed), single-button controls on both sides of the earbuds, mono mode (use one earbud without using the other), and an app to change preset equalized sound. They have an IP55 index (rain and sweat proof).
--- PERFORMANCE ---
First, download the Jabra Sound + app. In the app, you can customize your own sound only through select presets. The options available are Neutral, Speech, Bass Boost, Treble Boost, Smooth, and Energize. For when I listen to podcasts, I set the app to speech. When I listen for enjoyment, I set it to bass boost. When I practice my salsa dancing, I set it to smooth to hear the instruments that I want to focus on for dance moves. In the app, you can also turn HearThrough on or off. It is off by default. This mode allows you to hear ambient sound around you without having to take off your headphones.
Though presets are nice, I couldn’t find a place in the app to fully customize my sound outside of the presets. They will satisfy most users, though. When playing music of various genres and podcasts, the earbuds performed well. Your experience on the music you hear is based on the preset that you select. When playing music with lots of bass, the bass boost made the sound feel much fuller. Songs that I preferred hearing the lyrics and voice to did well with the treble boost. Overall, I am satisfied with the performance of Jabra Elite 3.
--- EXPECTATIONS ---
These are a great pair of earbuds with more features than most at a similar price range, but a few tweaks could have made these earbuds a slightly better experience. For one, it would be nice to have the earbuds tell you if HearThrough is on or off. All you get when you press the button is a beep. When you’re first getting used to them, you might not know if you turned it on or off.
Next, if the app allowed for full customization of sound, that would have been a greater user experience. Additionally, the presets can only be chosen through the app and not through the earbud buttons. This means that if you are changing between various types of genres or going from music to podcasts, you have to also open the Jabra App to change the preset.
Lastly, the box says that these have a noise-isolating design. This is true, the design makes for less noise to come in through your ears. However, this is not an active noise canceling feature. This could be misleading to unaware buyers, so I felt it important to mention the distinction.
What is great, though, is that you can charge the earbuds for 10 minutes in the charging case and get a full hour’s use out of them. The HearThrough sound works great and allows you to hear people that may be talking to you without having to remove them. The charge on the earbuds are up to 7 hours with an additional 28 hours of use when you keep recharging them in the case.
--- VALUE ---
For the price, these earbuds have more features than others in a similar price range.
--- APPROVAL ---
You can’t go wrong with the Jabra Elite 3 if you aren’t looking for earbuds with active noise canceling. The sound quality is great and you can use them for a long time without having to recharge them. I used them while practicing dancing and they didn’t fall out of my ears. I recommend these to active users or for daily commutes.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Wow, super impressed with these Elite 3’s.
First off, the pairing was simple and works with Google fast pair. So every time you connect you get the pop up on your phone to indicate the connection and battery level of each earbud.
The fit is fantastic. Fit straight out of the box. I usually have trouble with earbuds fitting and staying in, so far, no problem with these. They have a narrow neck that fits down the ear canal nicely. They are also very light which helps.
Sound quality is what I would expect from earbuds twice the cost. Jabra uses AptX technology to deliver an amazing clean mix of sound you expect from the Jabra brand. You can choose from preset EQ setting from within the Jabra+ app. I use the BASS setting and I must say I am very impressed with the bass you get from these earbuds.
The app also allows you to select a Hear Through setting which utilizes the mics to let you hear sounds around you better. These don’t have noise canceling, but the noise isolation seems to work as well. I tested them against another set of NC earbuds when using the lawn tractor and they isolated the sound the same.
One of the standout features for me are the Physical buttons. I really prefer this as you can actually feel the press of the button instead of hoping the earbud felt your finger touch.
Speaking of the buttons, you can easily activate the Hear Through or Assistant (Siri, Google, Alexa) with simple touches of the left earbud. You can also assign one touch to Spotify if you prefer.
Call quality is great as well.
Battery life – up to 7 hours when in use (28 hours with case & fast charge) and you get 1 hour of use per 10 minutes of charge in the case.
Bottom line – These earbuds are amazing, especially at this cost. Highly recommend. You won’t be disappointed.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Best set I've found so far
I've used 5 pairs of in-ear headsets and this is the best set so far.
What I like most about the Jabra Elite 3 is that they are easy to pair. Other devices always seem to struggle to pair or take too long to do so, but these paired up with my iPhone, my HP laptop and my Dell desktop computer with no problem or delay.
They are a little different as far as the size and shape goes and that may take some getting used to. They are more compact than others I have used. I like that the case is also more compact, taking up less space in my pocket or computer case.
The instruction manual is short and clearly-written and the headphones performed as per the instructions.
Because of their smaller size, I think they are less noticeable than most, certainly less than walking around with white straws sticking out of your ears.
Despite their small size, they pack a punch and have very good bass sound quality/boost.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Overall these are nice earbuds. They are functional and easy to pair with almost any device with Bluetooth. They sit well and more flush in my ear. They offer multiple cushion sizes. There are some features that are missing on the series. It is not true noise canceling. You cannot customize your equalizing Sound preference. The number of missing features as opposed to the functional features that it does have make these a decent pair of earbuds.
A full charge will last me a full day at work.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Quality multipurpose earbuds for work and play
I am not going to deep dive into the specs or operation of the earbuds, other than saying this is a modern, well-engineered implementation of wireless technology that is not exactly groundbreaking. They are a value offering providing performance not normally found at this price point.
The Jabra Elite 3 Wireless earbuds are a compact well-made pair of wireless Bluetooth earbuds. They occupy the lower end of the Jabra line but still provide competent performance for most needs. As with most earbuds they come with other size interchangeable buds, the default installed medium buds seemed to be most comfortable in my ear. I will say that since the control buttons are on the surface of each bud they do feel like they are getting pushed in to your ear canal a bit when pressing them. These are not active noise cancelling earbuds, but they fit so well you almost don’t notice external noise or miss ANC.
In any case these were easy to pair via Bluetooth to my iPhone 12 pro and HP laptop (you do need to disconnect from one device to connect to another). Since the package really didn’t include an instructional insert, I had to rely on the quick start guide within the mobile app. The buds sit in a little carry case/charging station, which charges the ear buds with power left over to quick charge the buds when needed. I found the USB-C connection on the case a bonus and is fundamentally a better connection than older USB interfaces. The case also is a bit magnetic, so the ear buds are pulled in for charging and remain secure. Definitely an improvement from an earlier pair of non-Jabra wireless earbuds I have which are a bit finicky to place in the changing case, so this was a welcome improvement.
As for how they sound, competent is the best way to describe it. The sound reproduction is fairly accurate but a bit on the soft side, no range stands out, even with the different settings available in the Jabra app. The buds also have a passthrough mode so you can hear ambient sound without removing them from your ears. I also used the buds on a few Zoom teleworking calls and was very pleased with how they performed. The built-in microphones and circuitry exercise the knowledge and expertise Zabra has built up over the years in creating business and call center headsets. Not having to have a wired set of earbuds attached to my HP computer really comes in handy, pairing again was easy which can sometimes be a challenge for Windows devices. I also used these earbuds at the pool and found them to provide numerous hours of use without the need of a recharge (to be franl I never fully depleted the batteries, but have no doubt they perform as advertised in regards to battery life). The Bluetooth connection (version 5.2) was rock solid indoors and out, without any dropouts and good range indoors including between walled rooms. Outdoors the range was substantially further than the rated 32 feet.
The mobile app (just about everything relies on one now) was useful in changing to different sound presets and being able to control Hearthrough mode, along with the battery level and connection state of each of the buds. The app will also provide firmware updates (when available) along with a “Find my Jabra” function for locating your earbuds. I did not allow the app to use location services, so I did not evaluate this function. You can also access the “Quick Start guide” which gives you the basics or access the more detailed user manual which is maintained online at the Jabra site.
Overall, I think these are an excellent value, with performance which exceeded my expectations. You will not be panicked if you misplace or lose them, since they are relatively inexpensive compared to other wireless earbuds. Good job on the Elite 3 series Jabra !
- Value, will not break your budget.
- More than competent performance.
- Fits in my ears well.
- Warm sounding.
- Flawless Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity.
- Decent mobile app.
- Very good voice functionality, works well with teleconferencing and phone calls.
- Nice charging/holding case with built in battery and USB-C jack for charging battery case.
- No automatic active noise cancelling, but at this price they still do a good job at noise isolating.
- iOS mentions widget configuration (sound modes and hear through mode) but could not find a way to install an iOS widget which would be super handy.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Can't beat the price for the included features!
Jabra Elite 3 Wireless Earbuds - Nice price point for the features!
I love me some wireless earbuds, so I can confidently compare these to some more expensive pairs that I keep on hand. Looks like Jabra is “renewing” its earbud product line, and these are the low end of the newer models, but at the price the E3 has a lot to offer.
Most of what I am looking for in wireless buds comes with the Jabra E3, with only a few compromises vs. the higher price points that you may want to consider.
FIT >> no matter how good, the buds must fit and stay fitted or the rest of the features don’t really matter. The E3 design has a narrower stem that goes a little deeper in the ear. This is good in some ways, as it keeps the buds in more securely and reduces outside noise. I would not say “bad” but you want to consider this if you like to use your buds for hours at a time. Me, I have no problem but could see someone with “sensitive” ear canals being uncomfortable with the deeper fit. There are no “wings” to keep the buds in like in a sport or workout set, but they stay in well for me and I can walk, run, or fall asleep while listening and they stay in nicely.
SOUND >> can’t complain and there are better sounding buds for twice or thrice the price, but these sound good and maybe a little soft on the mid-range but there are several sound profiles to choose on the phone app and Jabra has advertised more selections to come. Honestly I have tried switching profiles while listening to several different kinds of music and there is not an extreme difference, but there is enough of a difference in the pre-sets to play around with them and find one that sounds best to you. If you are a picky high-end audiophile, why are you shopping this price point? You know better.
BATTERY >> run time is not an issue with the E3, and the “quick charge” feature really does pump up the batteries a LOT in just a few minutes. I can pop them in the case, go walk the dog, and come back having gone from 50% to 85% in maybe 15 minutes. The case, like everyone else, carries a charge and 2 or 3 recharges on the case can be expected, depending on how low the buds are when you pop them in the case to refresh. Something new for me in earbuds is the automatic “cut off” that will shut down the buds if they don’t detect any sound for 15 minutes or so. For me, that makes me swap out these for another set when I go to sleep (listening to audio books) because they shut off when the audio book stops, and then I don’t get my alarms and “wake up” music in the morning unless I press the button to turn them back on. A small consideration and one that might not apply to your use, but thought I would mention it.
CONTROLS >> I really like the controls in the E3. They have a button control instead of touch-sensitive, which seems to work better for me and I don’t have to wonder if I tapped the bud in the correct way to make changes. I have a sport pair of buds that has buttons, but you have to push the buttons so hard it crams them into your ear – not the case with the E3 as the buttons are easy to push and have a nice “click” feel. These are the best buttons I have used.
ONE at a TIME or BOTH >> These really make it easy to use one or the other earbud, and changing from one to the other is smooth and seamless. The flow of music just pauses briefly when you take one out and put the other in and right or left side makes no difference. The “one bud” use for me is mostly when listening to podcasts or news broadcasts, so going from stereo to mono is not an issue. Also comes in handy when using navigator app when driving, as one ear gets the navigation directions and the other ear can be “aware” of surroundings.
PHONE APP >> A good phone app comes to help with equalizer adjustments, battery status, and a “locator” function if you drop a bud.
PAIRING >> No problem here, my buds are used with several desktops, several laptops, and a phone. The E3 will pair up with the “most recent” that has a signal available. If I am switching devices, then the E3 needs to be “disconnected” from the current device and “connected” to the new device. It would be nice to have a button press to disconnect and wait for another device to connect, but you can’t have it all at this price.
ANC >> Nope, not available at this price. I have several more expensive buds that have the ANC, and of course there is a difference, but the E3 buds fit very snugly so the ANC might be nice but I am not missing it that much. Higher priced models will get you the ANC, but with the E3 the price point is one of the best things about it.
HEAR-THROUGH >> a quick “one press” on the left bud will activate the “hear-through” which uses the microphones to pick up outside noise so you can hear what’s going on without taking out a bud. It works OK, but is not as finely tuned and sensitive as a more expensive pair I use. Again, a higher price gets more goodies, so nothing new about that.
DURABILITY >> again, the price point gets you water-resistant which is enough to protect from sweat during activities and waking in the rain. Don’t wear them in the shower, or wash them off in the sink. The overall build seems sturdy enough to not have to worry about dropping them on the floor. Not “military grade” indestructible, but that’s the price thing again.
RECOMMENDATION? OK my thoughts are that if you are looking for the “one that does it all” you might want to look at an upgrade (higher price) that has ANC, is totally waterproof, has the “wings” on the earpiece to keep them from ever falling out, and is “crush proof” construction. With that said, I find the E3 to have a VERY attractive price that gives you the most important features and is a perfectly comfortable, useable and durable set of buds. Since I love me some wireless buds, I will use them whenever I can. This calls for more than one set of buds, and I already have a few “high-ish” sets but I can honestly say these Jabra E3 buds are nice to have around for swapping out during the day, and it really makes me no never mind whether I have on the E3 buds, or another pair that is 2 or 3 times the price. There is really not that much of a difference other than having a totally waterproof set of buds with ANC. Other than that, they are pretty much the same, and at half to third of the price – the Jabra E3 buds are a sweet deal!
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I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great fit & sound. My current choice for listening
Right to it. I really like the Jabra Elite 3 earbuds. I have several other wireless headphones and earbuds, and these are either the best or right up there with the best sound of all my collection. That said, I’ll start with opening the box.
The box is nice and well designed. It’s got a folding cover with a tab to lock it in place when storing the buds. Opening it up, I find the fast-charging case, the earbuds, a USBc charging cable, and the small and large cushions packaged separately. The buds have the medium ones installed. There’s plenty of information printed on the box as well as the insert.
So why do I like the buds? Simply they sound great and buy design or luck, they fit my ears great right out of the box. They fit so well that I don’t constantly feel the need to touch or adjust them. They also sit so great that the noise blocking just works. I’m guessing that the great fit is why I get such good bass out of them. I did download the app from the Google Play store and set the music preset to bass boost. You can also choose to set it at neutral, speech, and treble boost. If you want, there is a hear-through option right above the presets and it is just a slide on/off switch. Also, through the app, there is a find my Jabra in case you misplace them. You can view the online manual through the same page on the app as use the Jabra Sound+ as a remote for a Jabra video conference device.
For listening, I first chose Spotify and it played without issue. Sounded great and then I tried YouTube. Again, no problem. As I’m typing this, I’m listening to Iheartradio. I’ve had a few hiccups while listening to KLOS, but I believe that’s the station. I switched to KGB, and they are broadcasting a football game. The spoken word sounds great and didn’t have any hesitation. I’ve had Iheartradio give me the same problem on my home receiver and Roku, so I believe it’s the source, not the earbuds or Iheartradio. Not to beat a dead horse, the one thing I noticed is that the Jabra Elite 3 has no problem getting back to streaming when an issue occurs. Now I’m giving Pandora a try and Long Day by Matchbox 20 sounds really good through the Jabra Elite 3. I still haven’t touched them since putting them in. Oh, and I needed to walk to the kitchen from my office to grab the Jabra box and with the phone in the office, I didn’t have any issues. It streamed a good 15 feet through two sheetrock walls.
Just tried calling my cell and it works great…as it should. I have the music playing at full volume on my phone and a pleasant ring played and the music stopped. I pressed the right button once (you can use either left or right) and it picked right up. You click either button twice to hang up, but I chose to end my call with my landline to see what the earbuds would do. The call ended and seamlessly fired the music back up. Really a smooth transition from listening to call to listening again.
I didn’t find anything wrong with the Jabra Elite 3. The issue I ran into was in my opinion a source issue and had nothing to do with the earbuds. If someone asked me which one of my many listening devices I’d recommend, I have no problem saying the Jabra. They pair better together as well as to the Bluetooth device I’m using as well as fit my ears and sound awesome.
A:AnswerIf your TV has a bluetooth output, then yes, they should work fine. You will need to turn your TV bluetooth on and put the earbuds in pairing mode for the TV to see the earbuds, but they should work fine.