Jabra - Elite 65t True Wireless Earbud Headphones - Titanium Black

Enjoy superior sound and voice quality with these Jabra Elite wireless headphones. Integrated controls let you answer calls, adjust the volume or pause music with the touch of a button, while the included carrying case doubles as a charging station. External ambient noise keeps you aware of your surroundings, while a background noise filter delivers crisp, clear voice calls. With Bluetooth connectivity, these Jabra Elite wireless headphones are easy to pair to a mobile device.

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Overview

What's Included


  • Jabra Elite 65t True Wireless Earbud Headphones
  • Charging case
  • Micro-USB cable
  • 3 sets of silicon EarGels
  • Quick start guide
  • Warranty and Warning leaflets, TA label

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
87% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (178 out of 205)

Features


True wireless

Jabra Elite 65t are third-generation true wireless earbuds. Experience the stability that lets you take calls and listen to music without worrying about dropouts.

Use all day, whatever your listening needs

Offer up to five hours of battery life, and with additional power from the included pocket-friendly charging case, you can enjoy up to 15 hours of use.

Perfect call and voice quality

The unique four-microphone technology gives you effective wind noise reduction on calls.

Passive noise cancellation

Helps block out noise to ensure clear sound reproduction.

Built to work and guaranteed to last

Jabra Elite 65t feature an IP55 rated design. Wherever your day takes you, your activities won't get in the way of easy, reliable access to calls and music.

HearThrough technology

Provides external ambient noise into earbuds for awareness.

Voice command made simple

You can instantly connect to Alexa, Siri or Google Now, which allows you to quickly get the information you need - whether that be setting appointments, finding events, or having messages read back to you.

6.0mm x 5.1mm drivers

Deliver powerful sound.

20Hz - 20kHz headphones frequency response

Ensures faithful sound reproduction.

16 ohms impedance

Helps efficiently conduct power.


What experts are saying

Rating: 3.8 out of 5 stars with 5 reviews

Overall customer rating

Rating: 4.3 out of 5 stars with 204 reviews

87%of customers would recommend this to a friend

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing, best yet!

    Posted
    DeeBo
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus Member

    These are the best wireless earbuds I’ve ever used. Sound is amazing and rivals the B&O E8’s and the fit is perfect unlike the Jabra Elite Sport from last year which I had to return. And best of all? Absolutely ZERO audio lag when watching videos!! Only tried the Netflix and Amazon Video apps so far but it’s been perfect!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing

    Posted
    Brian

    To be honest with you these are the best in ear I have ever used. Connection a snap. Great fit. Sound is the best I have heard. Almost feels like decent pair of over ear headphones. You definitely need to try these. Case is smaller than I expected.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Truly the ELITE Earbuds

    Posted
    MarkusKong
    • Tech Insider Network
    • My Best Buy® Member
    • Top 1000 Contributor

    Jabra Elite 65t Setup/Testing/Conclusion I have to first say… I am quite impressed with Jabra on creating the Elite 65t. When I first saw the box I really liked the packaging. Jabra made the box standout with the yellow color that you’ll typically see with other Jabra products. Some of the text on the box is silver so it gives it that “premium” look. Jabra didn’t overdo it because they only made the Elite and one side of the box text silver. Once you break the seal on the bottom of the packaging and pull the yellow box out, you’re prompted with a little grey tab to pull out which discloses the “Welcome to Superior Sound” card. On that card you’ll be able to see the earbuds through a hole. Once you remove that card you’ll gain access to the Elite 65t, the charging box, need help contact sheet, get started booklet, usb charging cable, and of course extra ear gels. For those of you that require different size ear gels; Jabra provides you with a small, medium, and large (medium installed by default). I personally didn’t have any problems at all with the already installed medium ear gels. Getting started was honestly pretty simple and straightforward. I took a look at the get started booklet for reference but found that I got a better understanding of how everything works after downloading the app. The app you want to download is the Jabra Sound+ app. After, you’ll be able to download the Jabra Service app. Please note that the Jabra Service app is not a standalone app! Make sure you download the Jabra Sound+ app. After downloading the two apps I paired the Elite 65t with my Google Pixel phone without any issues whatsoever. Within the app, you’ll be able to set the voice assistant which is on default or you could select Amazon Alexa. When clicking on Audio experience you’ll be able to change settings of HearThrough, Auto Pause, and Headset Prompts. HearThrough basically gives you the ability to have it off where no audio from your surroundings will be transmitted to your headset. Or you can set it to Mix or on and customize the way you want it. AutoPause works where if you remove one earbud from your ear, audio will pause. Headset Prompts basically gives you verbal headset prompts, pretty straightforward there. Other things you can customize is the call experience like call audio, caller ID or even the Sidetone. If you don’t know what Sidetone is, it’s basically where you can hear your own voice when on a call; I set mine to off. The last thing you can customize is the Equalizer. Don’t forget! If you need to change the language for guidance; Jabra gives you the ability to change it to either Deutsch, English, Francais, or Chinese. I must say, the Elite 65t is definitely customizable. I like the fact that the app can control so many things. But what helped me out the most personally is having the ability to reference the actual user manual within the app. So instead of looking at a paper instruction manual or downloading the PDF manual online, I was able to reference to it within the app at any given moment; which I did quite often. Using the Jabra Elite 65t was fantastic. The earbuds fit into my ear snug and didn’t cause any discomfort at all. My coworker mentioned that it looked just a little bit bulky in his opinion. I personally felt like it wasn’t a problem at all. The sound quality when playing music was fantastic. The earbuds did a great job with blocking out people around me (when working in an office). I tested the Elite 65t by making a couple calls and the receiving end said that I was clear and could barely hear any noise around me. I tested this because I work near the airport runway along with having my window rolled down and driving while talking to someone. The button placement on the earbuds are also not a problem for me. Left earbud basically controls the volume along with being able to skip songs. Right earbud is the “master” earbud I guess you could say. It functions by pausing music, holding it down to access your voice assistant, hanging up phone calls, or even turning off the earbuds. I like the fact that the Elite 65t comes with the portable on-the-go charging case. So the earbuds alone can operate up to 5 hours of use, with the charging case; you’ll get a total of 15 hours. The portable charging case basically gives you 2 full charges, meaning 5 hours (earbuds) + 5 hours (case) + 5 hours (case) gives you a total of 15 hours. I didn’t have any problems loading the earbuds into the case and plugging it into my PC with the included charging cable. In conclusion; the only thing I would’ve liked to see is instead of the USB charging cable, a USB C cable instead. Only reason why is because a lot of electronics are moving to USB C now. It’s just flat out better… Nonetheless, Jabra has truly done an excellent job on the Elite 65t. Everything from packaging, to sound quality (input and output), to materials used was really thought out by Jabra. The Elite 65t definitely reached and exceeded my expectations. I will continue to use the Elite 65t on the daily and tune everybody out at work while jamming to some music. Don’t forget ladies and gentlemen! Register your product after downloading the app to take benefit of the warranty! Product Information 4 Microphone Enhanced Sound Customize your Music Proven Wireless Connection Up to 15 Hours Battery Voice Assistant Enabled 2 Year Warranty (Dust & Water). Registration required with the Jabra Sound+ app. What's in the box? Elite 65t Earbuds (w/ Medium Ear Gels Installed) On-The-Go Charging Case USB to Micro USB Cable Large and Small Ear Gels Get Started Guide Contact (Help) Sheet

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Absolute HOME RUN!

    Posted
    jay208
    • Verified Purchaser
    • My Best Buy® Elite Member

    After trying the Jaybird Run, Sony MDR-1000X, unreleased Sony WF-SP700N (during CES 2018), the B&O BeoPlay E8, the Apple AirPods, and the Samsung IconX 2018, I can tell you these are the best totally wireless earbuds on the market. I work in the tech industry and have high expectations for sound quality, fit, and connection stability. These earphones seem to check all the boxes. Rich sound and bass settle comfortably into your ear without "ear wings" or hooks. Controls are intuitive and offer all the necessities including volume, seek fwd/back, and play/pause. The charging case is compact and sleek. Went on a run today in a busy city environment with lots of BT radio interference and they were flawless, though they almost slipped out once. My only complaints so far are the fit is snug but maybe not quite as secure as the Jaybird Run. Otherwise they are phenomenal. Jabra, you've earned a new fan. Will keep this review updated as I spend more time with the product.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Job Jabra!

    Posted
    Tasslehoff
    • Verified Purchaser
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus Member

    Amazing and comfortable fit! The sound is almost as good as the Jaybird Runs. Has all the multi button functions on the ear buds vs some that you have to grab your phone for. My only complaint is i wish they would have added a set of Foam comply tips. Besides that these are one of thr best you can get.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Soooo Impressed!

    Posted
    MrTailorMade
    • My Best Buy® Member

    First of I have to say that these sound sooo good!! Bass is great with nice clear highs and mids. They’re also very lightweight and compact. Pairing was quick and haven’t had any issues with connectivity. It also comes with the Jabra App which seems to work pretty solid although I haven’t played with it that much. Definitely sound better than Apple AirPods and much more defined than my Kicker EB300bt!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Outstanding earbuds.

    Posted
    LouRevue
    • Tech Insider Network
    • My Best Buy® Member
    • Top 1000 Contributor

    Compared to other manufacturers, Plantronics generally isn't associated with good quality headphones. However, after using these earbuds for a little while, I can say that these are on par, if not better than a lot of other manufacturer earbuds. Quite surprising actually as these are great all around earbuds. I have a pair Bose Soundsport earbuds that I've been using for awhile. Very nice and lives up to Bose quality. Compared to these, the 65t's are, again, quite impressive. As far as sound quality, these are very good and offer a great mix of highs/lows. Personally, I wish the bass had a little more thump to it but not a huge thing. Mids and highs are very clear and crisp and volume is good as well. Size/portability. While both the 65ts and Bose are small and compact, the 65ts have the edge here as they're smaller than the Bose earbuds/case. The case for the 65t is about half the size of the Bose which isn't a big issue however, it is nicer that these can fit in even the smallest pocket you have. One of my biggest complaints with the Bose earbuds is how they stick out of your ear when you wear them. Looks a tad strange but this is more a personal preference. This is not the case with the 65ts. They sit almost flush in my ear. The fit on these is very good and I don't have any concerns about them falling out or anything. Call quality. These have the ability to take calls and people on the other end of the line can't even tell I'm using earbuds. The call quality is quite clear however I did have a couple pauses during my call. I'll blame that on the bluetooth connection but just something to note. And these also have the ability to interact with Alexa which, I presume, is nice. I don't have Alexa (I have Google) so I'm unable to test this aspect of the earbuds. I imagine though it would be quite convenient to interact with Alexa in this fashion. Overall, I'm thoroughly impressed with these and I think they're great for working out, out and about or for whatever. The compact size and good battery life will just about appeal to anyone and the sound quality will be more than adequate for any time of music listener.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Love These Little Earbuds

    Posted
    mikeheel
    • Tech Insider Network
    • My Best Buy® Elite Member
    • Top 50 Contributor

    I have been very impressed with these litle earbuds. Jabra is one of the veteran players with earbuds, and their extensive history shows in how seemlessly the the 65t earbuds function.  When you first open the charging case, the earbuds immediately go into pairing mode. That's super helpful. You don't have to use some morse-code-like series of button pushes to pair, as you do some other small earbuds.  This little touch is much appreciated. The connection remains strong in any enviroment I've tried, including some that have interfered with the connection for other wireless earbuds. After being paired, they automatically turn on and connect when you take them out of the case, and they automatically turn off and beging charging when you place them back in the case.   The case itself is compact. I've used some other earbuds that had very bulky cases.  I prefer the footprint of this small case. My only complaint is that the case is just a little more difficult to open the first time or two, but once you know to just exert force, it works fine. The case itself carries a charge, so you can recharge the Jabra quickly even without an outlet.  The Jabra 65t comes with three sizes of ear mold.  I was easily able to find a secure fit with the appropriate size for me. The earbuds are comfortable and feel secure.  This particular model is not waterproof, so they may not be ideal for heavy workouts, but I've had no issues with my 20-30 basic workouts.  The app is interesting to me. First, you don't pick sound categories ("rock" or "pop") like on you do on most similar apps. You have functionl equilizer control across the spectrum, and the adjustments do make a significant difference.  It's not immediately obvious how to crank the bass (that's the section on the left), but it works very well and makes a noticiable change to sound dynamics.  The sound is pretty clean and distortion-free.  It is not quite the best sound I've heard in a small set of earbuds, but it is one of the best. I'm very pleased with the sound across the board. Even when you crank the volume, the 65t seem ready to handle it.  Battery life is impressive. Jabra rates them for 6 hours, but that seems conservative.   Another interesting feature in the app that I want to play with more is a feature called HearThrough. This allows the earbuds to control the level of outside sound that comes through the earbuds. You can have this feature off, on, or in a "mix" mode, which priortizes anything you're playing through the earbuds but then pipes in coversation and such so you don't miss anything.  If you juat have it set for off, the Jabra are pretty good a noise canceling headphoned and outside does not come through.  If you have it set for on, they act as a pass-through amplifier for outside sound. I think this feature may actually prove helpful for folks with hearing issues.  I've used a similar feature in electronic shooting headphones, and those do help folks with hearing issues. But the big headphones are a bit of a pain to wear. These little Jabras might prove a lot more convenient.  Overall, I'm extremely pleased with the Jabra 65t. This is a nice pair of wireless earbuds, and I feel confident recommending them. 

    I would recommend this to a friend

What experts are saying

Rating: 3.8 out of 5 stars with 5 reviews

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The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about bass quality, treble quality, noise isolation and design. Editors have mixed opinions about comfort. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 96/100 = Excellent quality.
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