Listen to music wirelessly with these JBL Everest Bluetooth headphones. The sculpted ear cushions provide a comfortable fit, and the rechargeable battery lasts up to 20 hours for extended gaming and binge watching. These JBL Everest Bluetooth headphones have a built-in microphone, so you can use them during phone calls.
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Posted by: dubb3000 from: Boston, MA on
Bought the Sony entry level 350 wireless headphones, not enough distance from device, low volume. Sounded great, innovative controls but not enough. Returned and spent the extra 50$ on the JBL Everest. They are awesome. I can walk my whole work environment without a blip of loss or disconnect. For half the cost of the beats solo wireless, they sound just as good.
45 out of 48 found this review helpful.
heavy and tight but good sound
Posted by: manders500 from: on
Comparing Bose, Sony and beats I chose these because the sound was more even. The Bose had no lows, the Sony had way too much lows and beats just cost too much. At first my head and neck hurt after 30 minutes but I placed them on a box to stretch then out and they feel better.
23 out of 25 found this review helpful.
Posted by: RonH from: on
When watching videos on my iPhone, iPad, or AppleTV I get noticeable audio lag after the video is played. There are alternative Bluetooth headphones available that do not have this lag issue. Also, these on-ear headphones are somewhat uncomfortable after wearing for extended periods of time.
13 out of 14 found this review helpful.
Nice headphone. Good quality.
Posted by: Bobbyaudio from: on
Finally something to compete with the same old stuff out in the market. These look good, fit good, but best of all sound amazing. I want to see more innovation from JBL. I grew up with that brand and have been waiting for something different from them. And this is it. Good stuff.
9 out of 9 found this review helpful.
Amazing Sound at A Great Price!!!
Posted by: Fella from: on
I've been listening to music forever, so I am often on a quest to hear better through my personal headphone collections over the years. I have a pair of Power Beats Wireless Earbuds, I also own a pair of Skull Candy Professional Studio Over Ear Studio Headphones. The quality and clarity of these JBL Everest 300 On Ear Headphones are clear and crisp for wireless. The bass is more than enough for a Bass Head who demands quality low register sound. The mids and highs are just as clear. The noise cancelling feature works fantastic. I made a phone call with them immediately after my purchase and my voice was loud and clear on the other end. I couldn't hear myself well but that was a small price to pay for the quality of sound coming through. Can't wait to try them on my next flight out of town!! For $130.00 (On Sale from $149.00) this was a steal!!! I would have paid $200 for this quaility!! Go get yourself a pair now! BTW they sound just as good as any pair of Beats!
10 out of 11 found this review helpful.
The best Bluetooth headphones for the price.
Posted by: BullNC from: Charlotte NC on
I listened to these headphones in the store in wired mode and thought, "They probably won't sound this good wirelessly but I'll give them a try." Wow! Was I wrong. I can't tell the difference. And they come with a connection line so if you're on an airplane you can still listen with your phone in airplane mode. Either way, they sound great. The soft leather ear cups (on ear) are so comfortable too! They sound like studio phones. Awesome!
8 out of 8 found this review helpful.
Good price, good sound
Posted by: IowaCountryBoy from: on
Well designed controls
Very good battery life
Bit tight on my head, my ears hurt after several hours
Video lag problem fixed with firmware update
6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
Thankful I chose this over the leading brand
Posted by: RangerRob from: on
It seems like wireless headphones are trending in the gym and it wasn't until I found myself buying my third pair of the standard plug in wired head phones in one month that I thought to buy a set of wireless ones. I borrowed a pair of the leading brand wireless headphones from buddies while I would work out or watch movies on my laptop... I was addicted! So I did my research and found the leading brand was quite expensive, I thought to myself well JBL makes good quality mobile sound equipment for cars, and I bought the Everest. I use them everyday, every workout, and while cleaning around the house. Once broken in they are comfortable for wear up to 3 hours. The sound quality is that of the leading brand if not better. I use the microphone for calls all the time and it works great. The range on the Bluetooth is awesome, I go between floors and two rooms with leaving my device behind. Battery life is remarkable.
5 out of 6 found this review helpful.
If she's happy, I'm happy
Posted by: Floerkea from: on
I bought these headphones for my wife, as she was unhappy with her previous wireless headphones. All I can say is that they must be pretty darn good because I have not heard anything negative about them at all and, believe me, if she was not happy with them I would know it!
6 out of 8 found this review helpful.
Great headphones for the price
Posted by: Raidermed2019 from: on
I went expecting to drop a bunch of cash on some Bose noise cancelling head phones. They run around 300 dollars. I'm a Med student and I study a lot in coffee shops and things where it gets kinda loud. They showed me these headphones and I thought, for a cheaper price? Why not try them out? I have really enjoyed these headphones. The only thing is I have an industrial ear piercing and my ear gets sore sometimes from the pressure. But I believe they have earbuds as well, I just didn't even think about it when I was buying them. They have great sound quality and the noise cancelling feature works great.