Hands-On With The JBL Everest Elite Headphones

We've seen plenty of audio related products at CES this year, most of them headphones, and JBL is at the event showing off their brand new pair of Everest Elite 100 in-ear wireless headphones that were just announced this week, as well as the Everest Elite 300 and 700 sets. We were able to get some hands-on time with all three pairs to take see how they stack up, how comfortable they were and how they sounded.

First up are JBL's Everest Elite 100 in headphones, which are a set of wireless in-ear headphones with NXTgen Active noise cancelling technology so you can hear more of what you're listening to and less of what is happening around you. They work off Bluetooth technology, and they feature JBL's pro audio tech inside as well which deliver a great quality sound. Also showcased were the Everest Elite 300 headphones which are on-ear. These are also Bluetooth and they too carry the NXTgen Active Noise-cancelling for uninterrupted sound. The sculpted ear cushions provide a comfortable fit while the battery inside can keep you listening for up to 10 hours. Lastly we got to take a look at the JBL Everest Elite 700 headphones. These are also on-ear style and connect through Bluetooth, and also feature JBL's NXTgen Active Noise Cancelling. These are mostly the same as the Elite 300, but they feature a longer battery life of 15 hours as opposed to 10. Check out the gallery of images below for a closer look at the JBL Everest Elite headphones.

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