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Marshall Mode (2015) vs Jabra Elite 25e
The Jabra Elite 25e makes for a mediocre Canal Earphone and should be avoided by the majority of people.
In the case of the Marshall Mode (2015), however, we were unable to find enough data to come to any meaningful conclusions.
If you're still interested in reading more about the Jabra Elite 25e, however, here's a quick summary of what we know about it:
The reviewers at PCmag have featured the Jabra Elite 25e in their Jabra Elite 25e Review roundup. However, it fell short of making it to the top of their list.
Returning to the Marshall Mode (2015), Wirecutter (NYTimes), a source that's known for its high-quality in-depth testing, has great things to say about it. In fact, it was named its "Budget pick" in its "The Best Wired Earbuds" roundup, which is quite a feat.
We couldn't find any sources that tested both of these Canal Earphones, so we only analyzed how they performed in reviews from different sites.
We first examined which sources rated each of these best and found that the Jabra Elite 25e got its highest, 7, rating from PCmag, while the Marshall Mode (2015) earned its best, 8.5, score from Runnerclick.
Lastly, in order to better compare them to the rest of their competition, we averaged out their review scores. The Marshall Mode (2015) managed to get 8.2 out of 10 - considerably better than the 7.4 review average of Canal Earphones in general - whereas the Jabra Elite 25e earned 7.0 points.
It should be said that doing a direct Jabra Elite 25e vs. Marshall Mode (2015) comparison might not be entirely fair due to the difference in their prices - some sources don't put much weight on value for money and thus tend to give better review scores to more expensive products.