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JBL Everest Elite 750NC Headphones Review - Active Noise Cancelling

JBL comes with a new headphones model on the market. Today, we are talking about the new Everest Elite 750NC.

These new headphones have some incredible features, for example, noise cancellation controls and adjustable EQ.

JBL Everest Elite 750NC headphones review

Customers will be able to buy the new JBL Everest Elite 750NC at the price of 299 dollars. We must say that at this price, JBL becomes a great competitor for the leader of the market, the QuietComfort 35 from Bose.

But, customers should know that JBL’s model costs a bit less than the QuietComfort 35 and offers a powerful bass response. Another great thing about these headphones is that customers will be able to control the bass response using an app.

So, yes, the new JBL Everest Elite 750NC is capable of delivering solid audio performance, which means that it will be a great attraction among customers.

But, these headphones also come with a few downsides. For example, the noise cancellation feature is not as powerful as it should be.

Moreover, this feature has a huge impact on sound quality. Moving to the design, customers should know that they will be able to buy these headphones in a couple of attractive colors, for example silver, steel blue, and gunmetal gray.

Review of JBL Everest Elite 750NC headphones
All of these options are available on the new Everest Elite 750NC, which is an over-the-ear model. We must say that the design is really great and the model has a metallic, two-tone quality, which makes it more attractive.

Customers will definitely love the steel blue option, and even if the surface of the earpads come with an interesting tone color.

Customers will find a power switch situated on the right earcup. Alongside this switch there is also a multifunction button that has the ability to control call management and playback options.

Moreover, there are control volume and track navigation buttons, which will be very useful for customers. Users should know that the volume buttons also double as track skipping options.

But, we must say that we are not huge fans of this feature, because users will probably hold the button too long and will skip the track instead of turning the volume up or down.

There are two more buttons placed on the right earcup. We are talking about a smart button that has a big S printed on it and a Bluetooth pairing button. The smart button will allow customers to switch between Low and High Ambient Awareness modes and turn on the noise cancellation feature.

We also must mention that the company offers an app that comes with an EQ section. Here, customers will be able to opt for a few presets, for example Bass or Jazz. But, the great thing is that customers will also have the possibility to create their own presets, using a comprehensive 10-bands EQ.

In the end, we must say that the new JBL Everest Elite 750NC comes with a long micro USB charging cable and an audio cable for wired listening.
JBL Everest Elite 750NC Headphones Review - Active Noise Cancelling Reviewed by Mike Beasley on 5:00 PM Rating: 5
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