The Jabra Elite 4 Active wireless headphones are a logical development of the Elite 3, which was released at the very end of last summer. While retaining its recognizable design, the Jabra Elite 4 Active enhances the capabilities of its predecessor. First of all, these headphones received active noise cancellation, while the “HearThrough” mode for audibility of external sounds remained in place.
The headphones still gets a good reserve of autonomy: Elite 4 Active will work for the same 7 hours on a single charge. The earbuds can then be fully charged three times in the rechargeable case. In total, it turned out more than a day – however, wireless charging is not supported in the Elite 4 Active.
In addition, the Elite 4 Actives are better protected – their water resistance meets the IP57 standard. The settings are still available in the Jabra Sound + app, as well as communication with the voice assistant. Jabra plans to show the headphones at the upcoming CES 2022, although the headphones have already been seen on sale.
In the UK, the Jabra Elite 4 Active is already available for £ 120.