Product Comparison: JayBird X3 vs Jabra Elite 65t


General Specifications
Brand
JayBird
Jabra
Model
X3
Elite 65t
Origin
China
China
About the Product
X3 delivers wireless music and calls coupled with superior customised audio performance. Plus, you get revolutionary eight-hour battery* play time, a patented secure fit for sports, sweat-proof and over/under ear fit options which lets you lift the cord off your neck for the perfect untethered workout.
Jabra Elite 65t is engineered for wireless calls and music experience*. Distinct four-microphone technology gives you effective wind noise reduction on calls and Jabra HearThrough technology provides audio awareness of what’s around you. The result is best-in-class call performance.
Key Specs
Min. Frequency Range
20 Hz
20 Hz
Max. Frequency Range
20 kHz
20 kHz
Battery Life
8 hours
5 hours
What customers say about "Key Specs"
JayBird X3
  • Excellent sound quality with use of the free downloadable app. Very easy to use.
  • From an audio quality point of view, I was initially disappointed with the flat sound, until I read the manual and realised there is an EQ app available that lets you configure the sounds as you prefer.
  • Headphones are great at first, with good sound quality, and they’re quite comfortable.
  • The sound is great, not just for wireless headphones but just generally. It definitely competes with my momentum 2.0s
  • The sound is average, not really detailed but it's loud and the dedicated app with the equalizer helps but still it's nothing impressive. Cheaper Bluetooth headsets have the same sound.
Jabra Elite 65t True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds
  • My first pair of true wireless earbuds were the Earin model. Great sound and ultra-small. Unfortunately, the buds kept cutting out between the left and right sides.
  • I have owned the Bose Quiet comfort for several months, while they were nice they had incredible sound leak and the phone switching was really clunky.
  • Sound quality is great and I haven’t experienced any cut outs like others have mentioned.
  • I am not an audiophile, so take my perception of their sound with a grain of salt. In my opinion these headphones sound decent.
  • The sound is very volume level is POOR. The earphones feel balanced with a good bass (not too much).
Size & Weight
Height
7 in.
7.34 in.
Width
5.1 in.
4.88 in.
Depth
2.6 in.
2.2 in.
Weight
0.63 oz.
2.8 oz.
What customers say about "Size & Weight"
JayBird X3
  • I'm still having great problem with the fitting, I've tried the different sizes and materials of the tips and fins but still I have to constantly adjust them during a simple treadmill run.
  • Comes with a number of different ear bud sizes so you should be able to find one that suits.
  • The ear tips and fins come with different sizes so you can find the right fit.
  • This did not happen with my other bluetooth headphones (much more expensive and full-size).
  • If you try two three combinations then you will not have any problem with any ear size .
Jabra Elite 65t True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds
  • On opening I was really impressed with the small size of these, they look really nice and didn't make me look like an alien (I didn't like the look of the apple earpods and bose).
  • Don't let the size of the case fool you; you will not find truly wireless headphones with a better battery life than these.
  • These earphones come with 3 different size options and I actually found a size that fits well (the smallest).
  • Charging case was half the size, but for me not as slick as the Sony - this one is plastic and earphones don't clip in, but not a problem for me, and the smaller case is better.
  • Earbuds sound very good given the size of the units, and the battery life for wireless earbuds is outstanding.
Features
Color
Black
Titanium Black
Pairing Interface
Bluetooth 4.1
Bluetooth 5.0
Fit And Convenience
In-ear headset with 3 sets of silicon eargels
In-ear headset with 3 sets of silicon eargels
Connection Range
33 feet
33 feet
Carrying Case
Yes
Yes
Water Resistant
Yes
Yes
Built-In Microphone
Yes
Yes
Extras
Hydrophobic Nano coating, Super-secure comfortable fit, Jaybird MySound app for full control of your sound profile
EarGels™ for a perfect fit, Jabra Sound+ app, Proven connectivity, Fingertip controls, Voice commands
What customers say about "Features"
JayBird X3
  • Lots of features available through the app (you can swap Left and Right channels) as well as customize EQ settings.
  • Something that I didn't even bother checking in the specs is the absence of aptx protocol, haven't decided if it's a good or bad thing yet but it's a feature that is standard in so many other rival headsets. Will have to get back to you.
  • Wireless and sweat proof were two key features I was after, and these are great for that. But the sound lacks any real presence. The earphones I got with my old Xperia Z1 were SIGNIFICANTLY better than these.
  • There is no firmware update for the buds and based on the forums I have viewed they don't plan on changing this feature anytime soon.
  • Life span, foam tips wear quickly (a common feature of foam-tips really, but worth having, Amazon sell a brand called Misodiko that I found better than the ones that came with the X3's)
Jabra Elite 65t True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds
  • In my opinion, features like hear-through are terrible and are simply a waste of battery life. The only decent software feature is being able to adjust 65t's sound curve.
  • One of the best features that I like about this product is that when you take one of the ear buds out of your ear (short distance away from the other ear bud) it will automatically pause any music/podcast you were listening to, and then restart when it's put back in.
  • The "listen through" feature is rubbish merely adding hiss and noise. Everything else is good.
  • The talk through feature works pretty well in the office. It means I can have quick conversations without pulling anything out of my ears.
  • I have to say I really liked these earbuds, the sound was good with decent noise cancelling effect, although this is not an actual feature of this device.
Power
Battery Type
Lithium-ion
Lithium-ion
Rechargeable
Yes
Yes
Battery Charge Time
2.5 hours
2 hours
What customers say about "Power"
JayBird X3
  • The battery life is very good though, can listen to music for hours without need to charge it and the microphone for phone calls is good. I haven't had any problem during a call and the other caller could clearly hear me.
  • Battery life is great and comes with a handy little bag to store the small USB charger adaptor so very easy to charge where ever a USB connection is available.
  • Good battery life almost 8 to 9 hours of listening to music.
  • The only potential negative is the battery life. My other bluetooth headphones last around 15 hours. These only last around 6-8.
  • The battery life is not great, the charging clip SUCKS, and you can’t buy a replacement. Oh yes they are kind of sweat proof too.
Jabra Elite 65t True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds
  • Battery life is decent. Because I don’t tend to listen for more than 2 hours at a time it’s fine for me as I just pop them back in the case between listens.
  • The battery life on the 65ts is nothing short of exceptional. Jabra quotes 5 hours of use without charging and I am inclined to believe them.
  • These earphones come in a re-chargeable case. I've managed to get a whole week our of a single charge to the case. I'm impressed with that side of things.
  • attery life is impressive, giving up to five hours. And charging is easy - just pop them in the case and connect it via USB.
  • Battery life-threatening I charged the pack for a few hours and then put my headphones into the pack.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
2 year(s)
1 year(s)
Certifications
CE
CE
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