It may well be that both Apple, Sony and other major manufacturers have a much more solid marketing budget than the Jabra.
But when it comes to build quality, design, sound and value for money, the Danish lydfirma in a few years placed himself at the top of the market.
It has Extra Leaf found several times in our tests of the Jabra headphones. And one of the newest, the Jabra Evolve 65e, don't break the pattern.
As I have written previously, I'm not usually in love with the type, there is an 'almost wireless' Bluetooth in-ear headphone, which should be around the neck.
But in this case I am very forgiving, as the choice of materials and the design makes that the model is imperceptibly put itself in such a way that quickly gets the user to forget it.
I have thus taken me in to listen for several hours in the belief that I had a second and the real wireless model in your ears, the Jabra Evolve 65t, which should be read as a great deal of praise.
the Fit on the øredutterne in Evolve 65e is really good. Especially if you make sure you use the right size - either small, medium or large, as supplied in the sales package. Pr photo
In the same way as the 65t delivers 65e namely, the perfect sound, whether you're listening to music or voices. Both have passive noise reduction, which can be controlled via an app and is gentle on the ears, but still quite effective at keeping unwanted noise out.
And they are both built to create extra value for those who use their headphones much in today's race to the conversations. Either on the move or at your computer.
The two models can thus be connected to a computer with the supplied USB dongle, which may sound like a bit of a hell when having to switch between computer and mobile. It is not at all.
the Jabra Evolve 65e can be connected to two audio sources at the same time, and restoring automatic connection, if you have been away from the computer or turn it on in the morning. The dongle and its software is also easy to install and understand.
Moves around a lot in the office, can stemmetjenesten, telling you that you are connected to the or of, be a little annoying. My advice is therefore to turn the feature off.
You can magnetically connect øredutterne together, when you are not using the headphones. Pr photo
There is, in other words very much to keep in the Evolve 65e, which gets a very warm recommendation. However, I have two areas that could be improved.
The most important thing is that the placement of the buttons on the headphones for someone will seem confusing and a little cumbersome.
You must set relatively far back to control the volume, and even though I have spent time trying to learn how to use the buttons, it's still not super easy. Here I am far more in favour of the crucial buttons sit on the headphones, as they do on the Jabra Evolve 65t.
My second appeal is that on these very expensive headphones using the Jabra continues to be the old the microUSB standard for charging.
It must soon be time to invest a little more in the product line and the default USB-C, which more manufacturers of high end headphones already do.
The tiny USB dongle makes it possible to connect headphones to a computer. Pr photo