Review: Jabra Elite 5 wireless earphones. How good are these ‘all-rounders’ of 149 euros?


Lately, we’ve been listening to quite a few different wireless earbuds. One brand that has not yet been reviewed is Jabra. This brand has also made its mark in this market and offers products for both consumers and professionals. The brand’s newest product is the Jabra Elite 5, earphones that the brand describes as an all-round product.

The earphones are sold for 149 euros. That certainly does not make them the most expensive of the moment. They come in ‘gold beige’ and black. The first color seems a bit skin tone and definitely not gold. The earphones have a design that matches many other products in this category. What is striking is that they do not have a touch-sensitive control in the stems, but that the tops of the ears are buttons. That is slightly different, but in practice this also works perfectly fine.

The gold colored version does not shine.

In the information from the manufacturer it is clear that the technology of Qualcomm has been chosen, the support of the AptX audio protocol already gives a hint for this. In the small interior of the Elite 5 you will find the QCC3050 bluetooth SoC.

Next page: 2. How do they sound?

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