Freshly marketed, the Elite 3 sign in good and due form the arrival of Jabra on the market of true wireless entry-level. For 80 €, this model hears “make sound excellence an option accessible to all”. Does he succeed?
The services offered by these Elite 3 are completely consistent with what we are entitled to expect from them, both in terms of comfort, use and listening experience. They are clearly not the headphones true wireless the most efficient and complete on the market, but they are positioned as a good choice for those who want a simple, efficient and inexpensive model. In addition, their mechanical buttons and in-ear design will appeal to those who don’t like touch controls or who are looking for passive isolation, without active noise reduction.
- Rich, homogeneous and energetic sound reproduction.
- Easy to use, very comprehensive controls (with both earphones).
- Comfortable, secure fit.
- Precision deficits in the extreme bass and treble.
- Commands truncated when used with a single earbud.
- Application poor in features and settings.
NB: The reported price drop is calculated by comparing the lowest price of the day with the average of the lowest prices charged by all merchants for the product last month, with security rules to exclude prices from shops whose the VAT policy is not clear (known as “grey” shops, typically in the case of imports from China).
Despite their ergonomic qualities, the JBL Tune 230NC TWS have not gone far from correctional because of their unbalanced and, to say the least, trying sound signature they offer out of the box. The equalizer present in the application saves the day and allows you to benefit from a sound experience with still some flaws, but much more pleasant, natural and generally satisfactory. JBL’s headphones are thus positioned as a pair of headphones true wireless very honest, which must still face fierce competition and sometimes significantly more interesting in terms of quality / price.
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