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JBL - Everest 310 Wireless On-Ear Headphones - Copper Brown

Upgrade your listening experience with these JBL Everest wireless headphones. The Bluetooth connectivity lets you stream music from compatible devices, and the ergonomic design fits the unique contours of your ears. Its built-in battery on these JBL Everest wireless headphones provides 20 hours of playing time with only 2 hours of microUSB charging.

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    What's Included


    • Carrying case
    • Detachable remote cable
    • JBL Everest 310 Wireless On-Ear Headphones
    • Micro-USB charging cable

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    93% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (164 out of 177)

    Features


    Bluetooth interface

    Enables simple wireless pairing with your Bluetooth-enabled device.

    On-ear design

    For comfort during extended listening sessions.

    ShareMe 2.0 technology

    Allows you to pair your headphones with other Bluetooth headphones to share your music, videos, and games wirelessly.

    40mm drivers

    Deliver powerful sound.

    10Hz - 22kHz frequency response

    For faithful sound reproduction.

    Built-in microphone with echo cancellation technology

    For crystal clear, hands-free calls.

    Rechargeable battery

    Provides up to 20 hours of playing time, with quick recharge in 2 hours.

    Foldable design

    Along with an included carrying case enables easy portability.

    Detachable remote cable with 3.5mm connector

    For flexible connection options.

    Carrying case

    Carry your headphons with ease.


    Customer rating

    Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 177 reviews

    93%
    would recommend to a friend

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      I'd give them 6 stars if I could, amazing sound!!!

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      stevefromtheburbs
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      I received these today and I must say, I am blown away by the sound, amongst other things. When I opened the box, I was shocked at the amount of care went into the planning and presentation of these headphones. The box was a nice box, solid, but inside is a beautiful semi hard case that protects these when not in use. In that case is a 3.5mm patch plug to plug these into non-bluetooth devices, and also a bright orange charging cable....orange is synonymous with JBL, cool touch. The headphones feel VERY solid.....no cheesy feel at all. Solid! And they fold at the ear pieces, and also twist from side to side. I got a serious feeling of solid with these, I cannot mention this enough. They aren't heavy per se, they feel like something that will last and provide decent sound. Okay, I charged them for a short time and fired them up. The ear foam inside has a big R or L for right or left, a nice touch for people who don't like looking for the little R or L. Also, they have a solid vinyl/leather/etc. that rests against your ears, not foam. That is important to limit outside noises. And it works well in this case, my ears didn't feel hot which is a worry with this type of arrangement. JBL/Harman got this right and that is important as you wear them for hours on end. Okay, the sound is truly amazing - not just amazing, crazy amazing. I have played all kinds of music on these, from Phantom of the Opera, to classical, to old swing, to classic rock. No disappointments from any genre's sound on these. The highs, and lows, are captured very well. And the best part is I feel depth in the music. This is not something to be taken lightly.....the depth provides a sound I've never heard in any headphones before. Wow, I cannot get enough of the sound from these. And I'm a nut about how audio sounds on speakers, headphones, etc. So, I don't know if there are any better headphones out there, but after trying these, I would not ever need to try to find out because they sound so good. I'm finding myself to be a real headphone person, vs. earbuds or pods. To be sure I mention any negatives, I'd mention there is no charger with these.....this is typical these days so I'm not disappointed, but wanted to be sure this is mentioned. Also, one small problem I found was on one of the earpieces, there is a pivot and a snap...but one of them would not snap properly. Upon close examination, I saw there were 4 screws, 2 on each ear piece, and one of those screws wasn't tightened down. I tightened it down and it was perfect, both sides working fine. Just saying this so you don't force it if you find it is this way for anyone. They are small Phillips head screws, very small. Would I recommend these to my best friend? Yes, and without any reservations. These are by far the nicest headphones I've ever tried and have to say I will be enjoying these for some time to come!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Good, not outstanding

      Posted
      CraigB
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      Pros 20-hour battery life Foldable design Included carrying case Sleek design Excessive highs without EQ adjustment Sturdy feel Power button slider makes use easy and distinct Wired and wireless design Carrying case included Cons Pressure on ears for larger heads can cause fatigue Lows are weak without EQ adjustment Even with adjustment classic songs sound tinny because bass is missing Volume button awkward Right and left speaker text can be easy to miss for first time users Battery cannot be used to boost volume when plugged into phone Volume low when using hardwired connection to cellphone Most hear about brands who market their on ear, bass heavy headphones claiming they are the best around. JBL looks to be going after someone more interested in overall clarity versus heavy hitting bass. The Everest 310 out of the box includes a carrying case, stereo cable, and charging case. The design folds to allow a nice, flat case that includes a placed to store the stereo cable and charging cable. The headband is a single, sleek band providing a simple and clean look. Just be prepared for a slightly tight feel if you have a larger head. For first time users, it might be difficult to know the left from right since the letters R and L are inside the earcups and appear to be a styling design. After the initial confusion, the letters are hard to miss and help quickly the left from right side. The power button is a slider making recognition simple and easy. Unfortunately, the volume up, play, and volume down are all one massive button with a slight bump for play. This often leads to pausing a track instead of changing volume as you try to feel around and take a best guess which button you have you finger on. Two other buttons on the front include a Bluetooth button and sharing button. The sharing button requires another set of compatible JBL headphones and you can wirelessly share what you are listening to. If you are the type of person who likes heavy, punchy bass these headphones are not the ones you want. Sound attempts to lean towards more balanced. For classic songs or 90’s rock the Everest 310s seem to remove any semblance of bass leaving a vocal heavy, almost metallic sound. Strangely, sounds for drum cymbals sound clear but seem to be missing that makes them more impactful. It’s difficult to describe but on some other high-end headphones the sound has more depth. Although 90’s rock doesn’t have the punch of many modern genres, it does have bass. If you want to bring back the bass you are going to need an EQ. The drivers are most certainly capable of bass. What they don’t seem to be capable of is the more modern, hard hitting bass. If you listen to something like dubstep you can get the bass, but be prepared for it to feel softer than you expect and remove some of the intended impact of the song. If you are using Bluetooth, your options may be limited as not all smartphones offer an EQ over Bluetooth. The good part is you can use them hardwired to work around the issue as more smartphones offer EQ control via stereo cable. This leads to a different shortcoming. The drivers of the headphones are so large that using them hardwired leads to a dramatic reduction in volume. Smartphones just don’t provide much power to the headphone jack and as soon as you plug the Everest 310s in you will find you cannot use the battery to boost power. All power for the drivers comes straight from the cable. Unless your smartphone provides extra power via the headphone jack, hardwired listening might be best left to plugging into an amplifier. Overall, the JBL Everest 310 headphones are a decent offering if not a standout one. If either don’t care about heavy hitting bass or like a software bass sound, after EQ adjustment, they could serve you well. If prefer very distinct highs with loud vocals they have you covered.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Excellent Headphone. Value for Money

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      Selva
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      I connected JBL Everest 310 headphone wirelessly to my iPad Air & my android phone and they worked flawlessly. Setup is quick and easy with Bluetooth. It also comes with an 3.5mm headset cable with an inline mic for wired use. I was streaming audio from Spotify, Plex, and even watched several movies wearing these. Unlike other products this headphones have very balanced sound. While the traditional bass is there, it is very obvious they are providing a much cleaner sound now. I was skeptical to buy these after buying and returning a pair of the high end headphones from other companies. This is best wireless headphone made by JBL and well worth every dime of the purchase. I have owned wired and wireless headphones previously from multiple companies. Those were replaced by JBL Everest 310 headphones as my go-to device for listening music. The hard carrying case is great for maximum protection. Battery life is so good and i was able to listen more than 20 hours with single charge. The headphones physical controls include the power slider, volume buttons, play/pause button (which can be used to answer incoming calls), a Bluetooth pair button, and a ShareMe button. I really liked the ShareMe feature allows you to pair an additional bluetooth headset (regardless of brand) to the headphones and listen on both devices. It works very well. Overall, these headphones are definitely versatile, offering Bluetooth and wired options. They are easy to use thanks to the quick power-on, power-off, pairing, and the various physical controls. I have listed some of the notable features of JBL Everest 31 Headphones. 20 Hour Battery, quickly recharge in 2 hours using Micro USB Built in microphone with echo cancellation technology for crystal clear, hands-free calls. Comfort fit - ergonomically designed to fit the unique contour of listener's ears. Fold and Carry - A sleek flat-fold design with premium hard carrying case to allow maximum portability and protection Overall, I am very happy with these headphones and recommend to anyone.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Good even sound but styling is a little bland.

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      MrMike
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      The new JBL Everest 310 headphones promise a long battery life, comfort, ease of use and portability. Do they deliver? First off the Everest 310’s come in a fancy carry case which appears to be very high quality but I find it much too large. (picture included) I’ve seen other brands able to pack away in a much smaller package. Included in the box is the above-mentioned items as well as a 3.5mm cable and a USB charging cable. You might ask why a 3.5mm cable is included and it’s actually a very useful tool. Imagine you are on a long flight and suddenly you run out of charge. Are you finished? No, just plug in the 3.5mm cable into your device and you can continue to enjoy listening to your headphones. On first use, I let the battery charge for 2 hours. The amazing thing about these particular headphones is the battery life. I really did get nearly 20 hours of listening time on a single charge. That is a lot of trips to the gym. I just want to mention the ability to take calls on these headphones. They claim to have an echo cancelling microphone. It probably works really well. I just had trouble talking to people on the headphones. The sound seemed to be very inside my head. Hearing the call in both ears is probably something I would just have to get used to. The person on the other end said they could hear me fine. Using Bluetooth 4.1, I was able to pair very easily with my iPhone and my Mac. I think gone are the days when pairing Bluetooth devices was a complicated mess of trying to hit different buttons at the same time and hoping all the stars aligned. If anything, Bluetooth devices like this pair too well with my phone. If the headphones were on, my phone would automatically switch the call to the headphones if they were nearby. Just something to keep in mind. On to the important question, how do they sound? I think sound is very subjective and you almost need to audition these yourself. The sound is very neutral and not bass heavy. Sure it’s a lot better than those freebees that you get with your phone but they aren’t revolutionary. Given the price, you would not expect that these are top of the line in sound but more of an everyday daily driver. As far as comfort goes, I prefer headphones that go all the way over your ear. The cups on these just rest on the outside of your ear and make the whole body stick out further than some other headphones. The overall styling is not my favorite. My other small nit-picks are. No battery indicator. These stay charged for so long, it’s hard to remember how far into your charge you are. No mobile app. Some of JBL’s higher end headphones have a mobile app that allows some tuning, these do not. Finally, the button placement is a bit crowded and will take time to master while blindly reaching for them. There are a lot of Bluetooth headphones out there. It’s a very crowded field. I recommend you take a look at the ones you like best in the store. Opinions of headphones can be very subjective. Happy hunting.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great headphones in a crowded market.

      Posted
      couponkingofjax
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      There are 3 main things I look for in a good pair of bluetooth headphones. 1. Do they sound good and does the bluetooth function well with little to no drops in signal? 2. Does the battery life hold up over a long period of time? 3. Are they comfortable and do they fit well? The JBL Everest hits a homerun on the 1st 2 questions but ultimately the comfort and fit level keeps it from being a 5 star pair of headphones. 1. Sound quality: I think the JBL's are a great sounding pair of headphones. The bass is solid and robust, the highs are clear and not washed out and music sounds really crisp and clear. I was really surprised by how well these headphones actually perform. I haven't had a pair of JBL anything in a long time, so it's good to see them putting out a quality product. I think these headphones easily stand up to beats headphones in the same price range. The bluetooth is very consistent as well. I had a range of about 20-30 ft away from my iphone and it still worked just fine. 2. The battery life on the JBl everest's are very solid. It says 20 hours advertised on the box, and I got roughly that after my first charge. I wore them all day for two days straight and by the end of the 2nd day they needed to be charged. It also comes with a nice carrying case and a bright orange charging cable that you would be hard pressed to lose. 3. This is where the JBL ultimately stumbles. Don't get me wrong, they're comfortable and I enjoy listening to them. But I prefer headphones that wrap around your ear instead of laying on them. The padding squishes on my ears and makes them hot after a while which I ultimately either have to adjust or just remove them altogether. I don't have this problem with my Bose noise cancelling and it's one of the main reasons I normally stay away from anything other than those types. Also, to be honest, the headphones look a little goofy on your head. The padding makes them stick out and they aren't nearly as slick or stylish as other brands. But that's a small gripe. If you want good quality bluetooth headphones at an affordable price I definitely recommend the JBL everest. They have solid battery life, good bluetooth range, and quality sound. Great bang for your buck!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great headphones... who needs a manual anyway

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      Chuck
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      I've never had any JBL products, so when I received a pair of JBL Everest 310s to review I was anxious to put them to the test. Out of the box, the headphones look great, they're not overly bulky and when you take them out of the hard case for the first time you can feel the quality of the materials used. This is the first set of on-ear headphones I've used, so i wasn't sure what to expect as far as comfort and noise isolation; I was surprised at both. In no time I had the headphones paired to my phone and was off to the races. The earcups are very soft so wearing the headphones for hours at a time (I wear them while working) is a delight even though you can tell the whole unit is securely in place. The noise isolation is absolutely great! When listening to music even at low volume, it was impossible to have a normal conversation with someone 3 feet away. Of course this was remedied by simply rotating one of the earcups... and it was still comfortable. As far as the sound from this product... incredible! I'm not an audiophile by any stretch of the imagination, but I heard more range out of certain songs using these headphones than I've heard with most of the other products I've used in the past. The dynamic range on these is such that while listening to a talk show that I always listen to, I heard 'lip smacking' that I had never heard before. The sound is truly amazing. The controls have worked flawlessly so far, although I have occasionally had a bit of trouble switching between devices, but that's not a big deal to me. I was really anxious to try the JBL's ShareMe 2.0 functionality because I can think of dozens of times in the past where it would've been useful to have. I thought it would be a major undertaking to get it to work, but it literally took about 30 seconds to pair a set of Bluetooth earbuds with the 310s. Now for one thing that made me contact JBL; the manual. I understand why companies use small print in manuals and have to include 5+ languages, but at least have an online manual for customers to refer to. The print in the quickstart guide is so small I gave up. Most of the controls are similar to other headphones, so it's not a deal breaker, but come on, if the product is listed on your website and you have a link for the manual, have the actual manual there. I've been told it's coming... we'll see. Overall, I'm very pleased with these JBL headphones. I had always heard my friends talk about how great JBL products were and now I see why. These headphones look great, they feel great, and they most definitely sound great! I would recommend these to anyone in a heartbeat.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      GREAT Value with TOP NOTCH Sound! BUY!

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      nkpstudios
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      These headphones are AWESOME! They bring functionality along with rich sound. They are well built and flexible so no need to worry about snapping them. They come in a nice colors with something for everyone (except plain black). Gun metal, Silver, and Purple are what you can chose from. They are just so nice! Here are some things I like about them: +Sound quality! - did I mention sound quality? They are perfectly balanced to cover lows, mids, and highs. Not over powering with regards to bass, just the right amount. What you would expect of JBL, QUALITY! +Crisp and bright sound! - yes, sound is wonderful +Powerful - they get loud and do not get distorted with volume +Dual Functionality - can be used as wireless or traditional wired. +Case - well constructed and protects headphones well. Rigid but flexes to provide coverage of the headphones. +Wired vs Wireless good - sound using wireless and wired is very similar. JBL had done a great job with sound quality, yes for a third time! +Bluetooth Range/Connection - this has LOOOOOOONG range. I left my phone in the basement and went to my top floor and never heard degradation or interference. +Charge time - charged from dead to full in a little over two hours. Battery life is great and it charges to full quickly. +Battery life - advertised is 20 hours, I haven't got there yet, but these hold up well. So far 12 hours and still going strong. Music at 100% volume. +Aesthetically Beautiful - this are beautiful designed. Nice matte metallic finish with nice JBL logos on the ears. +Call Quality - my wife couldn't even tell if I was on headphones or handheld. Has echo cancelling built in, great wrok JBL. +Fast - these power on and off quickly, I would estimate less than 3 seconds. You will hear powering on/off and about 2 seconds later they are ready or turned off. +Snug fit - these headphones do not move once they are on your head making them great for weight lifting and running. +Noise Isolation - on ear cups do a great job of killing surrounding sounds. +Lightweight and comfortable* - this is true, but after sometime I felt a little pressure on my ear. +Share Button - I don't see this being big, but it is cool. It allows you to pair your headset to another bluetooth headset and share your music. This is good if you and your gym partner want to hear the same music while working out or running. Here are some things I don't like or wish I could change: -Comfort - after about an hour or so, I could feel my ears being pressed by the cup. It didn't hurt or give me a headache, but became a little uncomfortable. I have a big head so that could be a contributing factor :) -No aptX or AAC support - this should be standard for bluetooth headphones, but I get why they didn't because they would owe royalties to Apple and Qualcomm -Ear cups - ear cups are glued on so if you damage them you cannot change them unless you send them in for service. It would be nice to be able to buy different materials for the ear cups and change them out. -Not Splashproof or Sweatproof - check the weather or don't sweat too much because these are not advertised with IPX5. Be careful! -Battery Levels - I have yet to find a way to check battery levels on the phone/device for these headphones. -My JBL Heaphone App - this app does not currently support these headphones. You need to buy the Elite version and fork out some cash. -Wired Remote - the wire lack volume control. You only get one button much like older wired headsets of the early 2000s and late 90s. -Button Layout - I have trouble finding buttons sometimes. You can accidentally press the pause/play button or even the power slider rather than volume up. Overall you get a great sounding pair of headphones here. They are priced to compete with the other mid tier headphones out there. If you like perfectly balanced sound, these are for you. If you like overpowering bass you might me wanting more with these. These are wonderful overall. A must buy for anyone in the market for wireless bluetooth in the $150-$200 range. -=VERDICT=- Buy if you like nice well-rounded sound.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Amazing Audio Quality

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      lambda100
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      Let's start with the audio quality of the JBL Everest 310...simply amazing! I have a box of over a dozen headphones from the major name brands such as Bose, Sony, and JBL, and I was truly astounded by the phenomenal audio quality of the JBL Everest 310. They are the best sounding headphones I have ever heard. The entire audio sound spectrum is well represented – highs, mids, and bass are all there. The audio sounded so good out of the box that I did not even need to use an equalizer app to adjust the sound like I usually need to do with other headphones. The bass punches when it needs to and is not overwhelming and doesn't drag down the highs and mids. The sound has great depth and clarity as well. I could not believe such great audio was coming from a bluetooth connection. I could not tell the difference between wireless vs wired connection. The audio quality on the Everest 310 is simply that good. Wow! This is a premium set of headphones and JBL recognizes it. The headphones come with a hard protective carrying case with an interior pocket to store the usb charging cable and 2.5mm to 3.5mm audio cable. The earcups can be folded and also twisted for easy storage. Kudos to JBL for supplying a storage case! Comfortwise, these are on-ear headphones and will compress against your ears. However, the cushions on the earcups are thick, soft, and comfortable. I also wear glasses and I did not experience any pain or fatigue after wearing the headphones for over an hour. Build quality is very good. The headband is metal and the rest of the headphones is plastic. All parts of the headphones appear to be well mated with tight tolerances. A large letter 'R' and 'L' are printed inside the earcups to easily identify the right and left sides of the headphones. The bluetooth connection is very good. I did not experience any skipping or breaks. Another major plus is that the JBL Everest 310 does not have the annoying bluetooth audio hiss where you hear a hissing noise during the brief silence between audio tracks that seem to plague so many other lower quality bluetooth headphones. Another great feature of these headphones is that it has the JBL ShareMe function where you could wirelessly connect any other bluetooth headphones, from any manufacturer, to the Everest 310 and share your music wirelessly. This is a cool feature to have and is especially useful for situations such as car trips where you can have two kids watch a movie while each of them has their own set of wireless headphones for the audio. The JBL Everest 310 is nearly perfect, but I do have have two gripes about these headphones. First the buttons on the right earcup do not have the best tactile feel to them that I find it difficult to identify the correct button to push while wearing the headphones. Second, there is no indication of how much battery life is remaining. I understand that the battery lasts 20 hours of use between charges, but there should be some type of battery meter either built into the headphone when it is powered on or via an app which tells you how much battery life is remaining. In summary, I can say without hesitation that these are hands down the best sounding wireless on-ear headphones I have ever heard and I fully recommend them. I am astonished by the level of audio quality that JBL is able to achieve with these headphones. They are really setting the standard for others to follow.

      I would recommend this to a friend



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