JBL Everest 710 Over-Ear Wireless Headphones (Gun Metal)

JBL Everest 710 Over-Ear Wireless Headphones (Gun Metal)

JBL Everest 710 Over-Ear Wireless Headphones (Gun Metal)

JBL Everest 710 Over-Ear Wireless Headphones (Gun Metal)

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Product Highlights

  • 40mm Drivers
  • 10 Hz to 22 kHz Frequency Response
  • Bluetooth 4.1 Wireless Connectivity
  • Up to 25-Hour Streaming Battery Life
  • Built-In Microphone
  • Includes Micro-USB Charging Cable
  • Includes 3.5mm Audio Cable & Carry Case
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JBL Everest 710 overview

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Enjoy a long-lasting portable audio experience with the gun metal Everest 710 Wireless Headphones from JBL. These headphones feature dual 40mm drivers, which help deliver JBL's signature sound quality. The 710 connects to your mobile device using Bluetooth 4.1, enabling you to stream audio wirelessly. You can also enjoy a wired audio experience with the included detachable audio cable. In addition to music playback, the 710 features an integrated, echo-canceling microphone that allows you to make and receive hands-free calls.

The Everest 710's built-in rechargeable battery lasts for up to 25 hours and can be quickly recharged in only 2 hours. A charging cable, audio cable, and carrying case are all included.

Bluetooth Connectivity
Wirelessly enjoy all your music
Connect and Share
With ShareMe 2.0 technology, you can pair your headphones with other Bluetooth headphones to wirelessly share your music, videos, and games across any brand.
25-Hour Battery Life
The Everest 710's built-in battery provides 25 hours of playback or talk time, with quick recharge in just 2 hours.
Echo-Canceling Mic
A built-in microphone with echo-cancellation technology enables clear, hands-free calls.
Comfortable Fit
An ergonomically designed fit matches the unique contour of listeners' ears for an always-comfortable audio experience.
Fold and Carry
A sleek flat-fold design and premium carrying case deliver easy portability and enhanced protection.
UPC: 050036342230
In the Box
JBL Everest 710 Over-Ear Wireless Headphones (Gun Metal)
  • Charging Cable
  • Detachable Remote Cable
  • Carry Case
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    JBL Everest 710 specs

    Driver Size 1.57" / 40 mm
    Frequency Response 10 Hz to 22 kHz
    Sensitivity 96 dB
    Impedance 32 Ohms
    Maximum Sound Pressure Level (SPL) 111 dB
    Sensitivity -42 dB
    Wireless Connectivity
    Bluetooth Profiles A2DP 1.2
    ARCP 1.4
    HFP 1.6
    Bluetooth Version 4.1
    Bluetooth Transmitter Power 4 dBm
    Bluetooth Transmitter Modulation Π/4 DQPSK, 8DPSK, GFSK
    NFC None
    Wired Connectivity
    Audio Connector 1/8" (3.5 mm)
    Battery Chemistry Lithium-Ion Polymer (LiPo)
    Capacity (mAh) 850 mAh
    Runtime 25 Hours
    Recharge Time 2 Hours
    Weight 9.1 oz / 258.0 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.7 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.9 x 8.4 x 2.6"

    JBL Everest 710 reviews

    Everest 710 Over-Ear Wireless Headphones (Gun Metal) is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 37.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Overall Quality I got these headphones a couple of weeks ago and couldn't be any happier. The quality of sound is terrific and they cancel out most of the outside noise without having to put the volume up excessively loud. Also they are not as noisy to other people in the surrounding area when the volume is turned up loud (as the case is with my Beats Solo^3). Collectively, they are a better pair of headphones than the Beats Solo^3, with the exception of battery life but you can get them for $50 less on their respective websites. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
    Date published: 2017-07-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ultimate sound quality , wonderful experience. Perfect crystal clear sound. Not much bass and very comfortable cuisions. Can listen upto hours still your ears won't hurt. I have JBL SB400BT is is great and explosive bass. That wasn't comfortable too much. I like the share feature in this one. Light weight yet powerful [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
    Date published: 2017-07-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good the sounds is amazinf on these things i got the everest
    Date published: 2017-12-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great features I bought them for a few hours ago and I'm very happy that I did.
    Date published: 2018-04-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best line Sounds amazing perfect bass, it also keeps the music inside the headphone rather then leaking. Blocks out the sound around you even though it does not have ANC
    Date published: 2017-10-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Comfort, Ease of Use, and Great Sound! I've only had these about a month and have been delighted since I first paired them with my iPhone and started listening. Over-the-ear headphones are almost always comfortable, at least at first, but these are almost perfect. I am able to wear them while exercising on the elliptical and they stay firmly in place but do not do so with too much pressure so they remain a joy to wear even after several hours of continual use. I have a great audio system on my iMac and always love sitting in front of it and listening to music but these Everest 710 headphones rival the sound and I enjoy listening to them as much or more. The controls are a bit small but there really isn't much room on a headset for a lot of controls and more importantly, once you become familiar with their placement you have no problem operating them by feel alone. While I like the feature that allows you to share your bluetooth connection with another bluetooth device I have not used it yet but the instructions look simple enough. The phone function is a nice added feature as it is always great to not be interrupted by having to remove your headset to talk to someone. I cannot attest to the durability of these headphones with only one month's use but if they are anything like the other JBL products I've bought myself, I feel I'll enjoy many hours of use. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
    Date published: 2017-07-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Balanced Sound and Very Comfortable The JBL Everest 710 are a great all-around headphone for those on the market for a good around-ear headphone. This review will be broken up into categories in case you are looking for a headphone that excels in a particular area. Sound Quality: First and foremost, let's talk about sound quality. These are NOT for the basshead. If you are on the market looking for the headphone with the most bass possible, these are plain and simply not for you. If you however are looking for a headphone with a very well-balanced sound, then these are absolutely worth considering. Bass is punchy when it needs to be, but not heavy by any stretch of the mind. The bass will never blow you away here, but it hits when it needs to. Mids are crystal clear, with vocals coming through strong. I found myself picking up backing vocals in tracks that sound drowned out in other headphones. Highs are also crisp and clear and do not become harsh or sharp, even at louder volumes. Very balanced sound overall that sounds great across all musical genres, at least in my use! Even in very busy electronic or pop songs, all instruments came through clear and crisp without overpowering the vocals. Isolation is decent, but not as isolating as I typically prefer. These are great for an office or home setting, however on a train or airplane, these might not isolate sound well enough for some people. That said, they do NOT leak sound very much at all. In my testing, I had to pump the volume up to nearly 85% before my wife could hear any sound leakage in a quiet room. Comfort: When I first pulled these out of the box and their case, my first thought was "wow, these are super light!". While that can lead to a kneejerk reaction that they feel "cheap" (more on this later), the light weight of these headphones makes them a joy to wear for extended periods of time. The earcups are padded well with a faux leather and the headband is also padded well. I did not experience any fatigue or "hot spots" from the headband or earcups after extended use (8 hour work day). There are a lot of moving parts here: the headband extends as most headphones do, but the earcups also have the ability to move as well. The earcups also swivel, which allows you to get the best fit for your head. *One important thing to note* - I wear glasses (thick plastic frames) and these were still quite comfortable! Build Quality: Here is where these headphones ALMOST lost a star. The all-plastic construction has a slightly cheap feel to it due to how light it is. This may be a personal preference, but I prefer my headphones to be a tad bit heavier than these are and padded more to compensate. Maybe I'm just crazy, but that seems to give them a more premium feel. There are a lot of moving parts here, so expect a small amount of microphonics as parts of the headphone move while on your head, ESPECIALLY if you wear glasses as I do. This is minimal compared to other headphones I have used though and was easy to get used to and eventually ignore. Other than these nitpicky issues, the headphones appear to be built well and I have every confidence that they will last the test of time. Features/Misc.: - Battery Life is as advertised, or better honestly... After about a week and a half of heavy use (8 hour work days), they finally died on me. - Battery charges very quickly. 0-40% in about 25 minutes. That's theoretically about 10 hours of battery life from a 25 minute charge. Talk about a quick fuel-up! - The case these come with is excellent and easy to use. It's a hard case, not a soft case. - Controls on the headphone are a bit hard to get used to. Not super intuitive, but I don't really find myself using controls on headphones anyway as I use my iPhone or source device to control playback. I'd imagine you'd get used to the controls over time. - Siri is tricky to trigger. Rather than holding the play/pause button (as on most headphones), you actually have to double tap the play/pause button. Just one of those things you'll have to get used to. - JBL sharing works great! One thing to note, the volume of the headphones that you are sharing TO is controlled independent of the headphones that you are sharing FROM. - Calls sound great on my end through the headphones. Callers reported that I sounded crisp and clear, however background noise can be heard if you are in a noisy area. The mics pick up voices REALLY well, so people speaking in the background can be heard by the person on the other end - almost as if you had them on speaker. Bluetooth calls work great if you're in a pinch, but I wouldn't buy these specifically for use as a headset. I hope that this review helps you make a decision as to whether or not to purchase these! Overall they are a great headphone and I highly recommend them to anyone looking for a well-balanced headphone with a super comfy fit for all-day wearing. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
    Date published: 2017-07-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Balanced sound & Easy to use When listening to music at the gym, in the library, or even on a run, I sometimes fantasize about being able to share my music as it plays with others via Bluetooth. The Everest 710 headphones are a pioneer in this ability to share music with others through JBL's new ShareMe 2.0. Although you can only share your music with one other set of headphones, it sets a great precedent for what's to come. I found the pairing process to be simple but have to admit it took some time to get the separate pair of headphones to connect to the Everest 710 headphones. Right out of the package these wireless headphones were easy to connect to my phone. Some past headphones of mine have had trouble connecting to my device the first go around and even sometimes after the initial connection, but not these. They easily adjust to my head and the headphones themselves flip outward which makes for easy storage. I have been able to wear these headphones for long periods of time and have not had the ear aches I am used to with other headphones. This makes them great for long flights or car rides. However, I can't turn them up too loud or the sound will leak out and be heard by others, especially in a quiet place like the library. In loud areas, these headphones work well in canceling out the surrounding noise. The sound itself is impressive although I wish I could turn the volume up louder than it goes. Although I find myself yearning for more bass with these headphones, the sound quality is still exceptional and very well balanced. I find sounds in songs that I haven't picked up before and this happens with almost every other song I listen to. You can expect distant ocean waves, faint maraca rattling, and background echos and whispers to be heard clear and crisp. What really sets these headphones apart is the battery life of basically a day which is definitely a feature that leads the current market. Again, these headphones are reliable for long traveling and even if they do run out of battery, you always have the cord that comes with as a back-up. I recommend these headphones to anyone who deeply enjoys music and is willing to invest in quality. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
    Date published: 2017-06-23
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