Jabra Elite 85t is the company’s flagship TWS Earphones, it is one of the best TWS that users can buy. Although it’s been quite some time since they’ve launched these earphones, they didn’t receive any update till now. But now the brand has finally updated these earphones and has added some new features as well.

Users will need to download the Jabra Sound+ app if they want to update their Elite 85t earphones. The new features that have been brought to these earphones are mentioned below.

MyFit – To ensure the best ANC and music experience

This MyFit feature on the Sound+ app allows users to confirm if their correct EarGel size and position is perfect to optimize their ANC and audio experience. This feature works like a fit test where 6.5 seconds multitone is played to check for sound leakage with the help of the in-ear microphone. If Sound leakage is detected in either of the earbuds, then there would be an indication of a poor fit, and users will be requested to re-adjust their earbuds or change their EarGel size. The process will be repeated until a good fit is achieved.

By providing this feature, Jabra is ensuring that users of the Elite 85t have the best deal possible, ultimately giving the users an enhanced audio experience, improved active noise cancellation, and a deeper base.

Further personalization with more sound mode cycle options

The next new feature which is being offered to Elite 85t users are associated with the sound mode cycles available (controlled via the buttons on the earbuds), which adds to the previously available cycle options HearThrough and ANC. With this addition, users will now be able to cycle between HearThrough, ANC, and off.

Change name of the Earbuds

Finally, the Elite 85t users will now also have the option to name their headset, further enhancing the personalization experience Jabra strives to deliver. This addition will change the name of their headset in both the Sound+ app and the Bluetooth list, so there is no confusion on who they belong to

Well, with that said, if you want to know more about any other feature, or have any other queries do let us know by dropping a comment down below

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