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Best Buy has for My Best Buy Student Members (free to join): Jabra Elite 75t True Wireless In-Ear Headphones (Black) on sale for $119.99 when you check the Apply Offer box on the product page (must be logged in to see offer). Shipping is free, otherwise select free curbside pickup where available. Thanks jasesun23
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Best Buy has the Jabra 75t on sale for $149. There is a promo for students for $60 off. When applied however the price goes back to full MSRP of 179 before taking the $60 off. End price of $119 for a brand new pair, not refub. I did a quick check of Slickdeals and I haven't seen a new pair for that price.
You don't need to be a student just log in and list you are a parent of a student or somthing like that. I recently got a pair of Jabra 65t for $20 as part of a Bestbuy deal for buying a new chromebook laptop. I really like them. I hear the 75t are smaller and sound better.
I use slickdeals a lot but don't post too many deals, hope I got this right. Good through Sept 12th.

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definitely they need to add the independent L/R pairing. Something I need with my earbuds.

After buying and selling some M&D MW07, because of the lack of independent pairing, I've decided to just be happy with my Chinese earbuds that have it (Edifier X3).
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I like the convenience of bluetooth headphones and not having to deal with wires but I get headaches from using all bluetooth headphones. 😢
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I'm having both Jabra 75T and Sony Wf100x3. Quick run down from me

If you want best sound quality and noise cancelation, and not moving much then Sony is for you. No doubt it haa the best sound quality among high en wireless ear buds. However, the fit and comfortable are not as good as Jabra. It doesn't fit well under my motorcycle helmet and fall out all that time.

If you want affordable, comfort, fit, okay to decent sound quality: Jabra 75T has it all. Noise cancelation and sound quality are nowhere close to Sony. However it fits really well and it doesn't fall off when I go to thy gym, park, motorcycle riding.
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They run on master/slave mode. That means, both earbuds can't be used one at a time. I believe right earbud is the master, and left won't work stand-alone. That was a deal breaker for me.
That's stupid. Have a pair of 16$ generic brand buds from amazon that can do that.
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75's have a magnetic latch which I find MUCH easier than the 65's fiddly tab latch
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That's stupid. Have a pair of 16$ generic brand buds from amazon that can do that.
Yeah ! I have same thought. Smilie
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I know they have the "active" version, but does anyone know if the non-active version will hold up to jogging (i.e. stay in place and not die from the sweat)?
I do mountain biking where it's quiet shaky and my sweat drips from cloth. So far it was only a couple of times when I had to push earbuds in during the ride, they stay in quiet well. As of survive sweat, well, I'd say at least for a while, that's why Jabra offers 2 years warranty plan for water damage.
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I have the 65t and compared to that the 1000xm3 is superior in sound quality by far. In terms of build quality, the 65t is not bad but the xm3 is far superior in that department as well. I think the Jabra does better in the communication department tho. I haven't had a chance to test Skype but the Jabra works well there. Of course the XM3 has noise cancelling etc. At the price point it was recently with the Amazon Warehouse deal it was a steal! Like new for me in both Black and Silver was finally "like new" and perfect condition.
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I have these plus the Sony WF-1000XM3, I prefer the Jabra sound and fit much better. The Sony wins for noise-cancellation but it's definitely bulkier, less comfortable, and less secure in my ears. That being said the Jabras worked for half a year until the big firmware update in I think June or so which totally killed them (audio would start fine then over about five minutes one earphone would drop to near zero volume and the other would drop to about 30% volume). I thought the problem was on my end so I kept resetting them tweaking settings, etc. I complained to Jabra on their FB page so one of their reps reached out to me giving me a bunch of things to check. That rep couldn't fix it and handed me off to an official Jabra tech support who had even more things for me to try. FINALLY they sent me an RMA and then a couple weeks later they confirmed the firmware was faulty and are sending me a replacement.

That all being said, I still love my Jabra 75t. But I likely will be avoiding all firmware updates going forward. The Sony XM3 will be relegated to noise-cancellation environments like travel.
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Are there any others that do dual earbud pairing besides AirPods?
I'm surprised no one has mentioned Jaybird Vista. I've had those since shortly after launch and they work great. Secure fit, good sound, super compact, good battery life and instant connection. They also both function as master so you can use either left or right with the other in the case
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They run on master/slave mode. That means, both earbuds can't be used one at a time. I believe right earbud is the master, and left won't work stand-alone. That was a deal breaker for me.
But you can use the right one without the left. You don't have to have them both in to hear audio. You are correct that they work off each other but because the right is the master, you can have that one in without the left and it works fine. I do it all the time when I'm on a call since it's similar to a phone as I have one ear exposed. That way I can hear sounds around me if I need to. The left won't work by itself, but it's never been an issue for me.
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But you can use the right one without the left. You don't have to have them both in to hear audio. You are correct that they work off each other but because the right is the master, you can have that one in without the left and it works fine. I do it all the time when I'm on a call since it's similar to a phone as I have one ear exposed. That way I can hear sounds around me if I need to. The left won't work by itself, but it's never been an issue for me.
Well, It is a big issue for me because I can't switch after two hours of listening, which had made my ear hurt. In addition, I work on 10 hours shift, only one earbud can't last that long.
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i doubt these would last more than a year
a lot of reviews say they are not durable
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They run on master/slave mode. That means, both earbuds can't be used one at a time. I believe right earbud is the master, and left won't work stand-alone. That was a deal breaker for me.
One thing to consider is that Jabra has some of the few (I think only?) true wireless buds that have a "true" multipoint which might be a reason behind it.

From my understanding, AirPods must be running Apple devices with the same ID, and Galaxy Buds must be Galaxy devices. I have the Jabra 65t and being able to connect to my work laptop (Windows-based) and personal iPhone at the same time has been one of the big unexpected pluses.
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Are there any others that do dual earbud pairing besides AirPods?
If you mean can you use one earbud at a time? The Sony WF-1000XM3 allows that feature.
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