JBL Everest Elite 750 Review

In the following review we take a look at JBL Everest Elite 750 specfications and features. We will help you decide whether you should consider JBL Everest Elite 750 for purchase or not. To that end we review the JBL Everest Elite 750’s Sound Quality and Portability.

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Sound Quality

In this section we talk about the Sound Quality of JBL Everest Elite 750.

Better than 73% of the Headphones, 17% are better than it.
Max Frequency
pleasant
22000 Hz
81%
Better than 81% of the Headphones, 10% are better than it.
Min Frequency
best in class
10 Hz
89%
Better than 52% of the Headphones, 16% are better than it.
Driver Diameter
pleasant
40 mm
77%
Better than 8% of the Headphones, 91% are better than it.
Sensitivity
somewhat horrible
92 dB/mW
8%
Better than 0% of the Headphones, 4% are better than it.
Driver Type
average
Dynamic
53%
To conclude, JBL Everest Elite 750 has normal Sound Quality.
Portability

In this section we analyze JBL Everest Elite 750’s Portability.

Better than 88% of the Headphones, 8% are better than it.
Battery Life
superb
20 h
91%
Better than 21% of the Headphones, 79% are better than it.
Lightness
bad
549 g
21%
Better than 61% of the Headphones, 0% are better than it.
Wireless Connectivity
exceptional
Wireless (Yes)
94%
To conclude, JBL Everest Elite 750 has more than average Portability.
Summary

To sum it all, with ok Sound Quality and above average Portability, JBL Everest Elite 750 has normal over all performance.

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