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JBL® Everest™ 300

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£89.99 - £119.99
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Legendary Sound, No Strings Attached

JBL EVERESTTM 300 is legendary sound set free. Bluetooth 4.1 enables wireless connectivity, JBL Pro Audio Sound delivers a dynamic listening experience, and sculpted ear cushions allow for unprecedented fit, and comfort on your ears. With a rechargeable battery offering 20 hours of performance and ShareMe 2.0 to wirelessly share music, videos and games, now you can dance alone or with a partner, free from limits. A built-in microphone also allows for easy call access.

Item# EVEREST 300

Device Compatibility

Bluetooth Yes

General Specifications

Sensitivity 100dB/1kHz, 1mW
Frequency Response 10-22kHz

Audio Specifications

Sensitivity 100dB/1kHz, 1mW
Frequency Response 10-22kHz

Speaker Specifications

Driver 40mm

Dimensions

Weight (g) 245
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  • 1 pair of JBL® Everest™ 300 headphones
  • 1 Micro USB charging cable
  • 1 Audio cable with 3.5mm jack
  • 1 Quick Start Guide
  • 1 Warranty and safety note
  • Aha Radio Information Sheet

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JBL® Everest™ 300 is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 58.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from bast headphones ever I bought the product a few months ago and I have to say that these are the best headphones I ever had
Date published: 2017-07-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sounds Great I love my JBL Everest 300 headphones! They sound great!!
Date published: 2017-05-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Suprb! I bought this headphone and fully satisfied. I use it on daily basis while walking to office, running and gym. Simply, i am loving it:)
Date published: 2017-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best headphones ever! I begged my husband for some pink beats for Christmas. He purchased me the pink JBL Everest 300 instead and I couldn't be happier. They are wireless. The Blutooth works great!!! Battery lasts forever!!!!! I wanted some so I could listen to music while I game. My husband is usually sleeping so I have to be quiet. These couldn't have been more perfect!!!!
Date published: 2017-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from OMG Not only do I look like a rockstar, these headphones are top of the line. The best gift an athlete can get for sure.
Date published: 2017-04-19
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My headphones are SUPER tight on my head to the point that my ears feel sore and bruised and I have to take breaks using them to avoid headaches. Anyone else having this issue?

Asked by: SquirrelPLZ
Yes, I have the same issue.  Is there a way to make them not so tight?
Answered by: LynnJ
Date published: 2017-08-23

I have a pair of everest 300 headphones and the audio quality on anything coming from my computer on windows 10 is terrible. through bluetooth 4 dongle.It sounds distorted, low bit rate, delayed and time stretched. There is no software update on this site

Asked by: PaulJones
After updating the firmware it partially resolved the issue. However, the problem is with Bluetooth and the microphone. If I enable the headphones as the playback device in the windows audio settings and remove the microphone from the recording devices in windows, then when I initially pair the device on start up the audio in all areas of windows works perfectly.. However if I enable the microphone as a recording option at any point, then the audio quality drops to sub par. Something like 64kbps mp3 or worse. due to time stretching, crackling and noise artefacts. Clearly Bluetooth cannot handle bi directional streaming of audio from and to the device in high quality, so if the microphone is on or used it reduces any possibility of good audio quality.This means Bluetooth on windows simply can not handle the devices intention.I haven't tried this on Android . Maybe someone else outside the company an confirm if this works properly on Android or in windows 10. This is not the entire problem solved though, if for any reason the device turns itself off due to inactivity, then switching the device back on to pair it with windows causes the audio to go into low quality. This shouldn't happen as the device is already paired, the microphone is disabled and the headphones are being used in a manner that is correct.Why this happens is beyond my understanding and is very annoying, this means I have to restart the computer to get good quality sound if I want to use the headphones to listen to something. Clearly this is a major problem. Yet still this is not the entire problems. If there is another playback device enabled, for example in my case a focusrite USB device was enabled as an alternative playback device. I have to disable and remove that as a playback option from the windows playback list or else when I start up, even if the headphones are set as default playback device, the audio will be sub par.. I can however use the focusite as the recording device and use my choice of microphone into the USB pre amp device, bypassing the JBL mic on the headset. SO all in all this is very unusual TOO LONG DIDN'T READ VERSION: 1; JBL as single playback device, no other device enabled in playback list, 2: JBL disabled in recording devices, any other device can be used as the recording input device. And the audio is fine Any other variation from this and the device works sub par. 2: Switching the device off when windows is on and then switching it back on creates sub par audio once again. JBL you need to look into this as it's not good for the product. In fact I might be returning it as I can't be wasting time rebooting windows every ten minutes when the device turns off. And having no other audio output options for my audio programs on windows is yet another reason I am bothered by the product.
Answered by: PaulJones
Date published: 2016-11-15

Manual not very descriptive. What is the "s" button do?

Asked by: blue60rocker
the shareme functions allows to connect another bluetooth speaker to that headphone so you can "share" your audio
Answered by: WerIchNee
Date published: 2016-06-30

My Everest 300 sounds considerably softer in volume compared to the stock earphones i got with my phone (only when connected to apple devicesboth wired and bluetooth connections). Is there a problem with my earphones?

Asked by: samus1218
Also... Impedance for lighter headphones use to be lower so it may seem louder (or better)
Answered by: Jvictor
Date published: 2016-12-18

Is this different from the Everest ELITE 300?

Asked by: samirai9
Hi. Yes, the Elite 300 (and 700) are completely different from the Everest versions. The only similarities are the physical construction and the fact that they are wireless. Apart from that, the Elites are active noise-cancelling headphones, and they can be controlled from the My JBL Headphone app, which the "normal" Everests cannot. This permits control of frequency response via an equalizer, and gradual blending in of surrounding noise with the Awareness system, for each ear individually. Also, it permits online updating. The normal Everests feature ShareMe 2.0, where two headphones can be synchronized. The Elite models do not have this feature. Please note that only the Elite 700 is sold in Europe, out of the three models in the Elite series. The 100 and the 300 are sold in the USA. The Everests are all sold everywhere.
Answered by: Bo Harman
Date published: 2017-07-26

I can tell pair my headphones. Help!!

Asked by: Labwin
The power button is also the pairing button on the EVEREST 300. Once you have switched ON the headphones, you would need to press the power button again for about 3 seconds for the pairing mode to be initiated. If you are pairing another source device, it needs to perform a reset. To reset it, with the headphone in OFF state, press and hold the ON/OFF button for about 7 seconds. This enables the EVEREST 300 to put in pairing mode again. Search Bluetooth devices from your source source and connect to the EVEREST 300. Play music and enjoy.
Answered by: Joe G at Customer Service
Date published: 2016-11-14

Why doesn't the app work for my everest 300, It keeps saying connect headphones when they are connected. Their are so many complaints on Google play store and their still isn't a fix ??????

Asked by: jh715
The app only works for the Elite Everest 300 and 700 Series. Unfortunately, if you do not have an Elite model, the app will not work.
Answered by: Karissa
Date published: 2016-03-05

Hi...other people are asking this question but no real answer. Just bought these today. I plugged in the headphones to charge. At first the red light showed, then blinked out with NO light at all. Do I need to do something else or they defective?

Asked by: Cissy
Your headphones are not defective. When the red light is no longer on, that indicates that the headphones are fully charged and ready to use, thank you.
Answered by: Karissa
Date published: 2016-03-20
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