JBL Everest 710 Wireless Over-Ear Headphones with Built-In Mic

Model: JBLV710BTGML UPC: 050036342230 Item: 2177

$249.95

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Freedom from Wires, Freedom to Share

Slip on the JBL Everest 710 and you’ll experience up to 25 hours of wireless freedom, the thrill of mind blowing, Legendary JBL Pro Audio sound and the ergonomic comfort offered by premium material finishes and a snug fit. ShareMe 2.0 technology allows you to connect and share your music with friends via Bluetooth. A quick two-hour recharge, a sleek flat-fold design, and a compact hard carrying case make these headphones the perfect companion for your busy lifestyle. A built-in microphone facilitates crystal clear hands-free calls, and easy controls on the earcup let you take charge of your music. Dare to listen.

Bluetooth Connectivity

Wirelessly enjoy all your music.

Legendary JBL Pro Audio Sound

Experience the same elevated experience and incredible sound JBL has been delivering to concert halls, studios, and living rooms for 70 years.

Connect and Share

With ShareMe 2.0 technology, now you can pair your headphones with other Bluetooth headphones to share your music, videos, and games across any brand wirelessly.

25-Hour Battery, Quick Recharge in Two Hours

Micro-USB charging built-in battery provides 25 hours of playing time, with quick recharge in just two hours.

Echo-Cancelling Microphone

Built-in microphone with echo-cancellation technology for crystal-clear, hands-free calls.

Comfort Fit

Headphones are ergonomically designed to fit the unique contour of listeners' ears. Listeners experience unprecedented comfort - allowing a longer, more enjoyable experience.

Fold and Carry

A sleek, flat-fold design and a premium, hard carrying case allow maximum portability and protection.

 

Specifications

Specifications

  • Audio cable connector: 3.5mm
  • Dynamic driver: 40mm
  • Bluetooth maximum output power: 4dBm
  • Bluetooth transmitted modulation: GFSK, π/4DQPSK, 8DPSK
  • Bluetooth frequency: 2.402GHz - 2.48GHz
  • Bluetooth profiles: HFP v1.6, HSP v1.2, A2DP v1.3, AVRCP v1.5
  • Bluetooth version: V4.1
  • Battery type: Polymer Li-ion battery (3.7V, 850mAh)
  • Charging time: 2 hours
  • Music play time with Bluetooth on: Up to 25 hours
  • Talk time with Bluetooth on: Up to 25 hours
  • Weight: 0.57 lbs.
  • Dynamic frequency response range: 10Hz - 22kHz
  • Sensitivity: 96dB
  • Maximum SPL: 111dB
  • Microphone sensitivity @ 1kHzdB v/pa: -42

What's in the Box

What's in the Box:

  • Everest 710 Wireless Over-Ear Headphones
  • Detachable remote cable
  • Charging cable
  • Carrying case
  • Warning card
  • Warranty card
  • Safety sheet
  • Quick start guide

Reviews

Customer Reviews for JBL Everest 710 Wireless Over-Ear Headphones with Built-In Mic

4.7 / 5.0
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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
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July 25, 2017
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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.
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July 10, 2017
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A Premium product packed with Great Features
Another amazing Noice cancelling Bluetooth headphones from JBL with excellent comfort level over your ears, I received this product few days ago and I am loving the output it produces.

JBL has taken care in including all the necessary and premium features that are required to make this product best in its class.The material quality & design makes its very much durable and looks elegant over your ears.

The Adjustment Parfait provides much comfort for your ears so that you wont feel any discomfort even wearing these for longer duration.

Bluetooth pairing is so quick, you just need to power on the device and need to pair for the first time and from the next time the moment the device is powered on it gets connected to the paired devices instantly. I have paired it to my laptop and mobile at the same time and it works great!!!

The Dynamic audio driver takes care of the sound quality and the battery life is as promised by the JBL. A 3.5 mm aux cable is provided so that you can plug it and use it when you ran out of battery life and the sound is same as it is on wireless mode. Charging is also quick, it gives you more than 10 hr battery backup for a quick 1 hr charge.

You no need to buy a carrying case for the product, JBL took care of protecting the product by providing well cushioned case that is portable to carry.

I have been using this product while watching movies on my PC, while playing games, music and I really loved it!!!

JBL - J-ust B-uy it and you will L-ove it.
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July 2, 2017
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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.
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June 23, 2017
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Beautiful design, well balanced sound
After crash testing this with multiple genres and speaker bending sounds, I can honestly say I love them. The battery life is great since I listen to music 8 hours a day at work, and another huge plus is the noise cancellation which is fantastic for office spaces.

I tested them out with a few albums just to see what they could do. First I played Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side of the Moon' which sounds beautiful and rich. I literally heard sounds I'd never heard before in the songs with these headphones, it was a journey! Next I tested out the bass with Bassnectar's 'Unlimited', which I have to day I was a bit disappointed in the low end, but overall had a rich and full sound. The bass doesn't punch as hard in these cans, but it's prominent when it needs to be, and the overall quality is amazing.

Killer headphones! Absolutely love them! They are officially my daily drivers!
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July 1, 2017
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State-of-the-Art Bluetooth Pro Audio
With this latest iteration of the Everest 7xx series, JBL has raised the bar for wireless over-ear headphones. Out of the box, it's difficult to overlook the hard case storage pouch embossed with the JBL logo and tethering strap. That's an obvious advantage over my Everest Elite 700s, which came with a soft case. The contrast inlays of the JBL logos, as well as the cup padding materials, convey the image of professional grade headphones. So, as far as aesthetics go, they're an impressive set right from the start.

Putting them to use is an intuitive process for anyone familiar with Bluetooth functionality. There were no issues synching them up any of the numerous b/t-enabled devices I have at my disposal. As a collector of audiophile-grade wired and wireless headsets, I was ready to draw comparisons to this pair and other pairs that I've spent considerable time using.

An obvious advantage that these have from the start is adequate power. That's a must when considering that they are wireless and thus not reliant on a source output. There is no need for an external headphone amp to make these sing. I didn't need to turn the volume up much at all to crank plenty of clean, accurate bass and midrange through these headphones.

Speaking of midrange, I found these to be surprisingly balanced as far as tonality goes. My ears were not fatigued after hours of cycling through various genres from Miles Davis to Roger Waters. Instruments were well differentiated and detailed. Staging was transparent and at times came very close to mimicking that of open-back headphones. Rarely did sounds seem localized to the exact physical location of the cups. Their sound is spacious and multi-dimensional.

They're extremely light-weight--much lighter than the Everest Elites. The cups are also very comfortable. I take these out for long walks with the dogs and I don't even notice that I'm wearing them.

Others have said these are noise-cancelling. That is not true. This particular pair is sound isolating, and it does a great job of that. I've worn these on the freeway and around other loud noises, which these seem to block pretty well. I wouldn't recommend them for use on an airplane, and these weren't designed for that anyway. They were great for phone calls and sharing with another set of b/t headphones, but surprisingly they don't have track switching controls.

Overall, I have no regrets about the Everest 710s. If anything, I'm impressed. The sound quality surpasses any expectations for wireless headphones, and their feature-packed design should send the competition back to the drawing board.
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July 4, 2017
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Amazing headphones in a comfortable package!
I am astonished by these headphones. They are VERY comfortable- I can wear them for hours without any slight discomfort, unlike its predecessor. The band fits my head perfectly and feels perfectly cushioned, and the ear-cushions even feel more breathable. The headphones look great, and I really appreciate them coming with a case. Charging them is fast enough, and the battery life is unbelievable for its weight. The multi-headphones audio sharing is intuitive, not very hard to use, and will be great for watching movies with my friends. The buttons don't get triggered accidentally, but the volume buttons are a tad difficult to locate with my fingers. Pairing the headphones was snappy. I found no noticeable audio lag with my iPad, or when wired, but noticed youtube videos on my GS7E to have a very slight lag- The audio seemed to come about 0.1 second later than people's mouths moved. These headphones can handle some sweat OK, but I still wouldn't run more than 2 miles in them. Overall, I love these headphones, and will probably use them for hours everyday.
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July 8, 2017
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Quality, Comfort, Clarity, and Design
Right after I opened the package I knew I was in for a treat, and I was not disappointed! Full over-ear coverage, even with my 5/8ths stone gauges in, which is impressive. They sit perfectly on the sides of my head with no right pressure, which is great because I have always struggled with finding headphones that were comfortable over long periods of time. I listen to music for about 8 hours a day at work, so this is pretty important to me. Even the head strap is perfectly cushioned and does not press against the top of my head like most do, which can be maddening.

The parining was a simple turn on and select the headphones, took me less than a minute to get them hooked up to my phone. I'm a big instruction manual person, so of course, I took a look through it, which I always loved JBL for making minimal and straight to the point.

Now to the sound! I immediately thought of testing these out with Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side of the Moon' which is my go-to test because of the wide frequency of stereo and panned sounds. Absolute beauty! My other pair of bluetooth headphones are the JBL E50BT Synchros, which have since been re-designed, so I already had a good feel for the JBL's sound quality, however I was not prepared for the depth of clarity that these headphones supplied, or the overall balance. The 40mm drivers, pushing a 10HZ-22kHZ frequency response, really shine through in the Everest 710. The difference is amazing, and I am amazed at the quality of the Highs/Mids and Lows pushing out of these.

I then tested the bass on Bassnectars 'Ulimited' album, which really shows how well rounded these headphones are. They aren't pushing out boosted bass, they stay true to the engineered sound, and the balance is wonderful.

I then tested them out on an ambient sound album by Visible Cloaks called 'Reassemblage' which I can only describe as an experience. Their organic sounds really shine in this headset, every sound is beautifully translated into my ears. Purely awe-inspiring!

Did I mention these are also completely Noise Canceling? I can put them on full blast (I do not suggest that, btw) and pop them on and my girlfriend sitting next to me won't hear a thing! It's awesome since I work in an office setting and require these to be quiet to those sitting around me. I have had no complaints since I brought them to work, which is new because my older pair I always had to turn down. I also cannot hear anything around me, which is wonderful, because I don't want to!

Also, I now can use the Share 2.0 with my other pair of JBL E50BT, so my girlfriend and I can listen to music together without having to sync up when we play. It's awesome, and truly a shareable experience!

All around amazing headphones, I have no complaints! Comfortable, Beautiful to look at, they sound AMAZING, and they last forever (on day 3 at work without having to charge yet). Definitely worth checking out!
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June 30, 2017
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Healthy Headphones
I received these as a gift in the mail. The packaging was safe and secure. After unpacking I plugged in headphones with the included charging cable. After running errands (approximately 2 hrs I returned home to find headphones fully charged. Powered on and connected to my Android phone's Bluetooth with the touch of a button. I can't read the microscopic quick start guide so I played with buttons and learned to operate within 2 minutes. The sound is clear with headphones volume adjusted to maximum. I played an extended playlist throughout the night and the charge was still going. I connected headphones to my LG tablet via Bluetooth and another playlist headphones still playing after lunch. Finally the next night recharging is necessary. The comfort level is great.
Cons for me...lack of ability to skip songs without touching phone. Terry cloth covers would be a great option for perspiration during workouts. An added bonus my wife was talking to me while wearing these and if I didn't see her mouth moving I would not have known she was speaking. Something to consider while wearing in traffic. Overall home run from JBL.
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July 7, 2017
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Great sound and comfort
I overall liked this product, the ear muffs are really comfortable and didn't seem to get too hot if you wear them for an extended period of time. They're very easy to fold up and put into the case to use on the go. The charging time is only two hours and that seems really good for the use you get out of them. My phone battery would usually die before the headphones do (on bluetooth). I wore them for about 3-4 hours and they didn't become uncomfortable and they fit very well, especially being they can adjust to fit you. They have pretty good bass and are very loud, I didn't turn it up to full volume being it was plenty loud. It overall sounds crystal clear. The case and cords seem pretty durable and protects it well. I really like these headphones overall for the sound, compact size, perfect fit and battery life.
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July 2, 2017
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