The jabra 85t vs sony wf-1000xm4 are the latest addition to Jabra’s well-loved wireless Elite range. With ANC and a solid sound quality, they’re a tempting upgrade from the previous generation. But do they stand up to the competition?
The Jabra 85ts feature a 12mm driver that’s big by in-ear headphones standards. That helps them to deliver rich, full sound. They also feature a default EQ that’s engineered for balance, so you won’t get head-rattling bass. This means that the guitar picking on Broken Bones by Wingtip sounds clean and natural, and Nick Perloff-Giles’ vocals are relayed clearly in the first verse.
These earbuds are one of the smallest models on the market, so they might be ideal for you if you don’t want a set that’s too large and bulky for your frame. They’re also the best-looking of all the options on this list, with a sleek and minimalist design that looks great on your ears.
They’re a little heavier and bigger than the Bose QuietComfort Earbuds, but they’re still much smaller than the Sony WF-1000XM4. This makes them the smallest true wireless earbuds on this list, though they can look quite large compared to other rivals like the AirPods Pro 2 or the Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2. They’re also slightly shorter in length than the Sony buds, but they have the same rounded buttons and flat shape.