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Jabra Elite 75t True Wireless In-Ear Headphones (Black) EXPIRED

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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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Does anyone else have issues using bluetooth headphones when using Google Meet? Works fine with Zoom, but as soon as Google is used for meeting audio starts disconnecting. I have tried it with 4 different bluetooth headphones.
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Can anyone speak to these vs galaxy buds live?
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Can anyone speak to these vs galaxy buds live?
Add the Echo buds vs this?
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No brainer at this price. I've been using them since launch. I had the 65T as well which were great, but these sound noticeably better and great ANC. Do it. Best pair you'll get for this price by a mile.
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I have the elite active 65Ts and picked up a pair of these refurbished - surprised that no one's brought up the left bud issue, there's a very common problem with the left bud randomly having a lot of static or dropping out. From what I've read it's a roll of the dice (you get a good one or a bad one); I have mine into Jabra for a replacement as we speak.

That aside it's a very comfortable set. The lack of multi-device is a bummer, but I mostly used these on my phone exclusively (use the app to control certain features or change up the config) so didn't bother me that much.
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I have 65t Active how much better are these can anyone who use both chime in please.
I had the 65t (returned) and now have the 75t. Size difference s worth the upgrade IMHO
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What the main difference between these and the 65t?
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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.
Besides Apple's Airpods, what other buds don't run in master/slave mode? I'm looking for a pair.
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Besides Apple's Airpods, what other buds don't run in master/slave mode? I'm looking for a pair.
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I know this brand well. My college jobs were in call centers and this is all they use in those.

So doesn't make much sense to me.
Congrats. Stupidest response in a while...
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I had the 65t which i thought was a fine pair, although the sound was never loud enough, thus not satisfying. I had preordered these 75t when they were coming out for $129, which was pretty good price, but then ultimately canceled because reviews said the sound quality was just subpar compared to the Sony WF3s which i eventually got.

I use the wireless earbuds mainly at work, one bud in, therefore I need the buds to independently work when one of them run out of battery. The fact that even now, these buds don't have this feature is a deal breaker
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Are there any others that do dual earbud pairing besides AirPods?
Galaxy Buds Plus connect independently.
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I got these about 6 weeks ago refurbished for around what these are going for in this deal. No regrets, much better quality over the Anker SoundCore Libertys they replaced. There is actually a bit TOO MUCH bass for my tastes out of the box, but you can adjust the EQ to your liking in the app, and I was able to get a more balanced sound. I love the "hear through" mode, it lets you keep the buds in and still hear the world around you (great for walking in a busy downtown area like i often do).

Overall very very happy with these and would recommend them to anyone looking for a true wireless earbud.
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I have the Jabra 65t. Got them as a deal with a new laptop I bought. I'm really enjoying them. They are huge but they still manage to fit into my ear shape. I can feel the plastic body of them touching parts of my ear. I use the large eartip to get a good fit in the ear canal and have ran with them no problem without falling out. The medium tips have a good fit if I was just sitting not moving, but as soon as my head start turning or it get a little sweaty they come loose. Not that I want the eartip to go further down my ear canal but if I needed that there is no room as the rest of the body of the earbud hit other parts of my ear, the neck part of the earbuds isn't that long. I bet the smaller size of the 75t give a better "margin of error" for different ear shapes.

I do enjoy the sound of the 65t. I have watched reviews saying the 75t have better bass. Most earbuds that have really tiny drivers like this , 6mm, when they make them bass heavy they destroy the overall sound. I haven't tried the 75t but I did watch one review where the person said the extra bass took away from sound quality.

I've looked for after market tips that improved fit and feel for the 65t and 75t and there really isn't anything with good reviews. I find the eartips that come with it fine but I thought I'd check if there was anything out there better.

As I'm very happy with the 65t, and only paid $20 for them, I'm wait another year for when these are on clearance for under $75. I like physical click buttons on Jabra and that they keep volume on the earbud. Also like that they come with a App that you can adjust settings on.
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Bought the 75t for wife a few months ago after a lot of research here on SD.

So far, she's pretty happy with them for Zoom calls and phone calls.

She's also dropped them a bunch and so far so good...

Pairing can get a little buggy when hopping from device to device. I really wish I could pair with multiple devices concurrently.

Otherwise, pretty content with the product and quality.

This is a good price, btw.
The 75t pairs with two devices and it bounces between devices just as good if not better than the Bose 700nc. Bad advice.
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