JBL ANNOUNCE FOUR NEW HEADPHONE MODELS
JBL round out their Everest 2.0 headphone range with four new Bluetooth only models.
Given the Everest moniker, as you would expect the range is the flagship of the JBL headphone line-up for 2017 which includes Everest 110, 310, 710, and Elite 750NC.
Featuring a perfect combination of style and simplicity, the series offers a variety of on-trend metallic shades including Gunmetal and Mountain Silver among other colours, with an exclusive Steel Blue shade in the Everest 110 and Elite 750NC models.
While only the top model has adaptive noise-cancelling technology, all four feature an integrated noise-cancelling microphone, making them good for communication on-the-go.
JBL have cut the cord on the Everest 2.0 range, meaning connection will be via Bluetooth only.
Bluetooth technology powers an entirely wireless experience, giving listeners the freedom to tackle the day’s activities without the hassle of wires. The headphones' long-lasting battery gives audiophiles more flexibility to listen to their favourite tunes for 15-25 hours.
Additionally, a quick recharge feature enables users to juice up the battery to maximum capacity in just 2 or 3 hours, depending on the model.
Everest 110 is an In-Ear model that comes with a range of differing size tips. The Everest 310 and 710 are On-Ear models and supplied with a hard carry case. While the flagship Elite 750NC is an Over-Ear model that is supplied with a hard carry case and flight adaptor.
Local pricing has not been confirmed yet, but the range will sell overseas from $100 to $300 (USD).
The Everest 2.0 Bluetooth headphone range will be available from August.
JBL consumer products are distributed in Australia by Harman International.
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