JBL Everest Elite 750NC is the latest top-of-the-line consumer headphone from JBL, replacing its predecessor, the Everest Elite 700 NXTGen. JBL Everest Elite 750NC is packed with features to compete Bose QuietComfort 35, which is widely recognized as the benchmark for noise cancelling headphones. Everest Elite 750NC is priced a little cheaper than QuietComfort 35 and offers similar features in general.
Everest Elite 750NC’s sound is powerful yet detailed. Connectivity via CD quality AptX Bluetooth is solid. Its active noise cancelling works decently well, without distorting the music. You can also adjust its EQ via its companion app. You get 15 hours of play time on a single charge with noise cancelling on, that is not too bad. Available in 3 metallic colors, blue, gun metal and silver.
If you can spend a little bit more, then take a look at Bose QuietComfort 35, it is still the gold standard for active noise cancelling headphones. Another strong contender that is worthy of your ownership is Sony’s h.ear on.