Jabra enters the cheap TWS (True Wireless Stereo) earphone market with the Elite 4. Given its reputation for high-quality sound, the Danish brand’s strategy may be a steal for buyers. At Rs 9,999, the Jabra Elite 4 competes with other earbuds in its price range.


The new Jabra Elite 4 continues Jabra’s simplistic appearance. since the case and earbuds resemble previous Jabra models. Simple plastic case with corporate branding and type-C charging connector.

The plastic Jabra Elite 4, an entry-level earphone, lacks wingtips and shaking grip coating. The earphones fit properly and don’t fall out when jogging or working out due to the variety of ear tips.

We enjoyed the IP57-rated earphones. It makes gym workouts and rainy walks stress-free.


AptX and SBC codecs are included in the Bluetooth 5.2 Jabra Elite 4. The earphones don’t support AAC, which can lower audio quality for iPhone users. AptX compatibility improves audio streaming for Android users, but not high-resolution audio. Google Fast Pair makes pairing Android devices 6.0 or later easy.

As we recommend in every review, download the brand’s app, here Sound+, for better connectivity and options.

The software has many useful features and customizations. It enables you easily choose between ANC and HearThrough (transparent) listening modes, customize an equalization, and check battery life. You may also alter the ANC mode’s noise reduction or HearThrough mode’s noise amplification. You may also adjust sidetone speech level during phone conversations and utilize Find My Jabra to locate your earphones.


Like previous Jabra earbuds, the Elite 4 include tactile buttons on each earpiece for full control. You may answer calls or switch between ANC and HearThrough (ambient) settings by pressing the left earbud. Right, tapping the earpiece controls playback.

Double-pressing the left earpiece activates your voice assistant or Spotify Tap (unique to Android smartphones) to play recommended tracks. This function ends calls.

The right earpiece’s double-press and triple-tap functions advance and rewind tracks. Hold the left or right earbud to adjust volume.


The Jabra Elite 4 Active delivers crystal-clear audio. The earbuds accurately replicate a broad range of musical styles, rivaling other earphones in their price range. These headphones sound great for their price, even if you’re not an aficionado.

The Jabra Sound+ app provides more ease and adaptability. You may alter the equalization settings or customize sound for certain genres or places in the app. Enabling ANC improves sound quality for its range, making them a sector leader.


Budget earphones have great noise-cancellation. Earbuds fit tightly and block passive noise. ANC lowers audio spectrum noise. These earphones minimize noise even without ANC.

HearThrough, which channels external noises into your ears, is also included. The software adjusts ambient noise. You may determine whether this setting automatically pauses music. This feature is perfect for outdoor activities, while active noise cancellation (ANC) makes commuting peaceful.


OK microphone performance. It works well for hands-free calls in quiet areas but not in loud ones. Given the low price, call quality is average.


With active noise cancellation activated, the battery lasted around 7 hours. At this price, this outperforms most true wireless earbuds. The charging case adds three charges, allowing for 28 hours of playing. Fast charging lets the earphones play for 60 minutes after 10 minutes in the case.


The Jabra Elite 4 is a great buy. These earbuds offer great noise isolation, cancellation, and frequency response for a great music experience everywhere.

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