At Rs 9,999 (and Rs 8,999 on Amazon as of writing this review), the Jabra Elite 45H are one of the easiest on-ear headphones to recommend in this price range. Not only do you get a stellar battery life of about 50 hours, but you also get solid sound quality, good microphone performance, a comfortable design, and access to the nifty Jabra Sound+ app with a five-band EQ and music presets. At under 10K, the Jabra Elite 45H gives you very little to complain about and they’re a solid pair of headphones in almost all aspects. If you do want ANC, however, you can consider the Sennheiser HD 450BT which costs about 5K more.
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Danish company, Jabra, has steadily secured a highly-respectable position in the consumer audio industry with stunning offerings, especially in the truly wireless space, such as the Jabra Elite Active 75t. The company, however, isn’t just a one-trick pony and has consistently delivered quality products in different form factors, at different price points. The on-ear or supra-aural headphones category hasn’t experienced a whole lot of love in the past few years, however, Jabra recently launched the Elite 45H, a pair of
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