From wireless speakers to wireless headphones, it appears that the entire world is going wireless. JBL, who is no stranger to Bluetooth headphones, recently unveiled four new models in their Everest 2.0 line. The new earphones range in price from $100 – $300 and come in various styles from in-ear models to over-ear designs. All models include an echo noise cancelling microphone which makes them great for taking incoming phone calls.

 

The JBL Everest 110 is the in-ear model and is the most affordable of the group. It boasts a 8 hour battery life and can be quickly recharged within 2 hours.

JBL Everest 110

JBL Everest 110

The Everest 310 is the on-ear option and has an even better battery life at an estimated 20 hours. The 710 features ear cups which are designed to fit comfortably over your ears and it should be able to play continuously for about 25 hours.

JBL Everest 310 and 710

JBL Everest 310 and 710

Both of these headphones also include  JBL’s ShareMe 2.o technology which lets you pair your headphones with other Bluetooth headphones and share audio. According to JBL this feature works with any brand of Bluetooth headphone, not just JBL models. Memory foam within the ear cups of both models helps to make them ultra comfortable.

JBL Elite 750NC Headphones

The head honcho of the group is the JBL Elite 750NC. It’s the only one of the foursome which includes active noise cancelling so you can drown out ambient sounds when you’re listening to music. The 750NC is also the only one in the line that’s compatible with the My JBL App which allows you to customize various options on the headphones such as EQ settings and download future firmware updates. If you really want to tweak your listening experience with the 750NC, JBL provides their TruNote auto calibration system which allows you to dial-in the headphones to your liking. The Elite 750NC’s battery life isn’t as good as the 310’s or 710’s. With noise cancelling enabled you can expect to get about 12 hours of juice. Without it you can probably eek out about 15.

 

All of the headphones in the JBL Everest 2.0 line are available now and can be purchased exclusively from Best Buy or from JBL directly.

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