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JBL EVEREST™ ELITE 150NC

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Wireless In-ear NC headphones

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The expected in-stock date is 21 November 2018.

The smartest way to listen to music

Your life, your music, your comfort – the all-new JBL Everest Elite 150NC is truly shaped around you. Smartly engineered, they let you enjoy wireless freedom with up to 16 hours of listening pleasure on a single charge. In Adaptive Noise Cancelling (ANC) mode, control what you want to hear for up to 14 hours. Equipped with dual echo cancelling microphones for crystal clear calls, the JBL Everest Elite 150NC offer hands-free management of calls and music. Legendary JBL Pro Audio Sound, the tangle-free cable management magnetic earbuds, the compact hard carrying case and the lightweight design elevate these headphones to travel companion par excellence. Meticulously crafted from premium materials and conceived for a snug fit thanks to the multiple size ear sleeves, these sleek and elegant headphones come in metallic finishes and colors. The My JBL Headphones App features include over-the-air updates that future-proof these headphones, while the Adjustable Ambient Aware allows you to dynamically adjust how much ambient sound is heard. Dare to listen.

Item# JBLV150NXTGML

General Specifications

Driver size 12mm
Dynamic frequency response range 10Hz – 22kHz
Sensitivity 94dB@1kHz, 1mW
Maximum SPL 105dB@-10 dBFS A weighted
Microphone sensitivity @1kHz dB v/pa -20
Impedance 16 ohm
Bluetooth Max Output Power 4dBm
Bluetooth version V4.1
Bluetooth transmitted modulation GFSK, π/4-DQPSK, 8DPSK
Bluetooth frequency 2.402GHz-2.48GHz
Battery type Polymer Li-ion Battery (3.7V, 400mAh)
Charging time 2 hours
Music play time with ANC on and Bluetooth on up to 14 hours
Music play time with ANC off and Bluetooth on up to 16 hours
Weight 53g
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JBL EVEREST™ ELITE 150NC is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than Everest Elite 100NC I had the Everest Elite 100NC ear buds and the sound was pretty good when they stayed connected and were not crackling. I upgraded to the EE150NC and what a difference. Sound was equally as good, but no crackling and battery life is great compared to the EE100NC. I use these every day for work to make sales calls with no problems. I do have them set to auto shut down if not used to save battery. They come back up very fast after pushing the power button if a call comes in. I really like these when I am riding my lawn tractor. The NC cuts out pretty much all of the tractor noise and I can hear the music great. The design of the new EE150NC is so much better than the EE100NC. The peice that gooes around the neck is nicely weighted and stays in place. It is way better than the EE100NC that had some crummy plastic pieces that you had to add to keep them around your neck when using them in an active scenerio (working out or yard work). I did have to play with the different size ear pieces to find what works best to keep them stuck in my ears. I also puchased some cheap memory foam ends instead of using the silicone ones that came with the EE150NC because they hurt my ears if I wore them for a long period of time. That solved the problem. I am very satisfied with new version.
Date published: 2018-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ANC is solid, Battery Life is wild Got this for two reasons: Battery + ANC. I've used earbuds with ANC before -- these ones are better, partially because the ear cups are a really good fit, partially because the ANC is just very good. The ambient aware stuff is dumb, just ignore that. Their app threw me off about the battery life... it seemed to drop quickly and charge in like 20 - 30 mins... I finally realized that the app is wrong and the battery is fine. It gets down to 30% and then lasts forever, so the charge is just topping it off. In reality it lasts a stupid amount of time battery wise. Needed to play with the EQ a little to get the sound right, but then it's great. All in all very happy with it, as it nailed the key things I wanted without looking like trash.
Date published: 2018-07-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great sound Sound is excellent and noise cancellation feature make it perfect. It's much better than I expected
Date published: 2018-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Headphones!!! Just received mine and these headphones are incredible. The sound the NC and quality is just amazing. I would recommend this to anyone who loves quality sound.
Date published: 2018-06-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Weaker bluetooth signal vs better battery life. Both units, ELITE 100 and ELITE 150NC, provide great sound than most other brands. But for me, ELITE 100 would be a better unit if it's battery was not defective. I can perform more tasks while listening music with ELITE 100: jogging, running, doing crunches, pushing up....hand mopping floor even microwaving/ vacuuming/ mowing. Thanks to the holding support mechanism. ELITE 150NC does not have that support and tend to slide to sides. ELITE 150NC loose connection if it is position lower than the phone or close to a running microwave, mower or or vacuum machine. Some times after loosing connection it can't even auto connect back. ELITE 150NC still is a awesome unit .
Date published: 2018-10-30
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Are these heaphones multipoint capable?

Asked by: stephonovich
Yes, the Everest Elite 150NC has the Bluetooth multipoint feature, which gives you the ability to pair two different Bluetooth sources such as your smartphone and laptop both at the same time.
Answered by: Steven M
Date published: 2018-10-31

What does the auto off feature do?

Asked by: Tj45
It turns the unit off at the specified time.
Answered by: Jeepman04
Date published: 2018-09-18

Quality of Noise Cancellation

Asked by: Sathiya
Great!
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2018-07-08

Can these be plugged into the audio source directly instead of using Bluetooth? For example, the entertainment system on an airplane? Thanks!

Asked by: potentialcustomer
Unfortunately the Everest Elite 150 does not have the ability to get it directly plugged via Aux cable.
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2018-09-24

Couple of questions, when someone rings is there any notification in the ear piece, as in ringing? or any vibration? to let you know your getting a call. and whats the noise cancelling like? i cant find any reviews on these ear bud.

Asked by: scottyfog
During an incoming call, you will hear a notification by ringing in your earpiece. Noise cancelling gives you whole a new level of control over your listening experience. JBL's noise cancelling technology actively reduces noise so it doesn’t interfere with your listening experience. JBL’s adjustable ambient aware technology gives the user the ability to bring in the sounds around you and fully adjust the balance between how loud the outside sounds are.
Answered by: Mario at Customer service
Date published: 2018-09-22

How to get more volume than just the volume adjustment that is obvious

Asked by: James D
Hello! The only way to get volume is using the volume controls on the headphones and the source (ex. mobile phone). Other than that, there is no way to adjust it.
Answered by: Nick F
Date published: 2018-09-26

Can I pair it with two devices?

Asked by: Machin
Hi! Unfortunately, the Everest 150 can only be connected to one device at a time.
Answered by: Nick F
Date published: 2018-10-17

Hi i have a question why my headphones dont last me the full 14 hrs and even the 16hrs i turn them on around 6:30 am and by 11:30 i only have about 40% of battery and note out of those 5hrs i maybe use them at full volume around 1hr

Asked by: Camuzeuz
We cannot guarantee that a battery will last within a certain number of hours. The time provided is up to 14 hours, and how long the battery lasts is determined by volume and source content.
Answered by: Gian at Customer Service
Date published: 2018-10-16
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