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  • Why can't your teammates hear you?

    Make sure the headset volume control is turned up and your microphone is unmuted. Check that only one voice chat application is in use while in-game. If you're connected to the PC, make sure that the communication device is selected under Control Panel > Sound > Recording. Select the JBL product and select "Set as Default Device". Check on the top bar of the JBL QuantumENGINE whether your headset's game-chat balance dial is set correctly.

    JBL Quantum ONE and Quantum TWS: How do I clean my headset?
    You can clean it by wiping it gently with a damp cloth. Take extra care not to let water leak into the speaker chamber, as it will damage the speaker drivers.
  • JBL Quantum ONE and Quantum TWS: How do I clean my headset?
    You can clean it by wiping it gently with a damp cloth. Take extra care not to let water leak into the speaker chamber, as it will damage the speaker drivers.
  • Why can't your teammates hear you?

    Make sure the headset volume control is turned up and your microphone is unmuted. Check that only one voice chat application is in use while in-game. If you're connected to the PC, make sure that the communication device is selected under Control Panel > Sound > Recording. Select the JBL product and select "Set as Default Device". Check on the top bar of the JBL QuantumENGINE whether your headset's game-chat balance dial is set correctly.

    JBL Quantum ONE and Quantum TWS: How do I clean my headset?
    You can clean it by wiping it gently with a damp cloth. Take extra care not to let water leak into the speaker chamber, as it will damage the speaker drivers.
  • JBL Quantum ONE and Quantum TWS: How do I clean my headset?
    You can clean it by wiping it gently with a damp cloth. Take extra care not to let water leak into the speaker chamber, as it will damage the speaker drivers.
  • Why can't your teammates hear you?

    Make sure the headset volume control is turned up and your microphone is unmuted. Check that only one voice chat application is in use while in-game. If you're connected to the PC, make sure that the communication device is selected under Control Panel > Sound > Recording. Select the JBL product and select "Set as Default Device". Check on the top bar of the JBL QuantumENGINE whether your headset's game-chat balance dial is set correctly.

    JBL Quantum ONE and Quantum TWS: How do I clean my headset?
    You can clean it by wiping it gently with a damp cloth. Take extra care not to let water leak into the speaker chamber, as it will damage the speaker drivers.
  • Which products are supported by the JBL QuantumENGINE software?
    JBL Quantum 300, 350, 400, 600, 610, 800, 810 ONE, TWS and Stream are working with the QuantumENGINE
    Why can't your teammates hear you?

    Make sure the headset volume control is turned up and your microphone is unmuted. Check that only one voice chat application is in use while in-game. If you're connected to the PC, make sure that the communication device is selected under Control Panel > Sound > Recording. Select the JBL product and select "Set as Default Device". Check on the top bar of the JBL QuantumENGINE whether your headset's game-chat balance dial is set correctly.

    JBL Quantum ONE and Quantum TWS: How do I clean my headset?
    You can clean it by wiping it gently with a damp cloth. Take extra care not to let water leak into the speaker chamber, as it will damage the speaker drivers.
    Why can't I hear game or music audio?
    Make sure the volume is turned up and that the correct device has been selected in the system sound settings. Check the computer volume levels and make sure it is not muted or turned all the way down.
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  • JBL Quantum ONE and Quantum TWS: How do I clean my headset?
    You can clean it by wiping it gently with a damp cloth. Take extra care not to let water leak into the speaker chamber, as it will damage the speaker drivers.
  • JBL Quantum ONE and Quantum TWS: How do I clean my headset?
    You can clean it by wiping it gently with a damp cloth. Take extra care not to let water leak into the speaker chamber, as it will damage the speaker drivers.
  • How RBG lighting work for console games

    JBL Quantum 400 and ONE are compatible with USB C to A cable to enjoy PS4 console with RGB Lighting on, and Quantum 600 and 800 with wireless-enabled by USB dongle also gives lighting moment on PS4 console games.

    *NOTE that RGB will not light up when connecting with 3.5mm cable to any device (PC, Console, Mobile, etc.) because the cable doesn't have power enough for the RBG lighting.

     

    Which products are supported by the JBL QuantumENGINE software?
    JBL Quantum 300, 350, 400, 600, 610, 800, 810 ONE, TWS and Stream are working with the QuantumENGINE
    How to avoid WiFi interference for your headphone

    You might have to add a USB extension dock to get the JBL Quantum 350/600/800/810 dongle as close to the headset, or place the common sources of interference (e.g. routers, Wi-Fi speakers etc.) as far from the JBL Quantum 350/600/800/810 dongle.

    JBL Quantum ONE and Quantum TWS: How do I clean my headset?
    You can clean it by wiping it gently with a damp cloth. Take extra care not to let water leak into the speaker chamber, as it will damage the speaker drivers.
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  • How RBG lighting work for console games

    JBL Quantum 400 and ONE are compatible with USB C to A cable to enjoy PS4 console with RGB Lighting on, and Quantum 600 and 800 with wireless-enabled by USB dongle also gives lighting moment on PS4 console games.

    *NOTE that RGB will not light up when connecting with 3.5mm cable to any device (PC, Console, Mobile, etc.) because the cable doesn't have power enough for the RBG lighting.

     

    Which products are supported by the JBL QuantumENGINE software?
    JBL Quantum 300, 350, 400, 600, 610, 800, 810 ONE, TWS and Stream are working with the QuantumENGINE
    JBL Quantum ONE and Quantum TWS: How do I clean my headset?
    You can clean it by wiping it gently with a damp cloth. Take extra care not to let water leak into the speaker chamber, as it will damage the speaker drivers.
    Why are my headphones shown as “speakers” on Windows?

    The “Speaker” mode allows the JBL QuantumENGINE to receive more than two channels of audio. It also prevents some applications from adding extra signal processing intended for other headphones, which would negatively impact the performance of the JBL QuantumSURROUND or JBL QuantumSPHERE 360 technology.

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  • Which products are supported by the JBL QuantumENGINE software?
    JBL Quantum 300, 350, 400, 600, 610, 800, 810 ONE, TWS and Stream are working with the QuantumENGINE
    Using the USB Connection
    The USB port is only for charging the JBL Quantum 350 Wireless.
    Connect the dongle to use the 2.4GHz wireless connection.
    How to avoid WiFi interference for your headphone

    You might have to add a USB extension dock to get the JBL Quantum 350/600/800/810 dongle as close to the headset, or place the common sources of interference (e.g. routers, Wi-Fi speakers etc.) as far from the JBL Quantum 350/600/800/810 dongle.

    Platform Compatibility
    The JBL Quantum 350 Wireless headset is compatible via 2.4GHz wireless connection with:
    • PC
    • PlayStation
    • Mac
    • Nintendo Switch.
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  • USB connection with Quantum Duo and headphones
    Please avoid the use of USB splitters and extenders built into screens etc. Dropouts in sound and lack of signal from the microphone in headsets may be the result. If possible, always connect directly to the computer, or use a single extension cord.
    Using Quantum DUO with our QuantumENGINE software
    Unfortunately, our JBL Quantum DUO speakers are not supported by our QuantumENGINE PC software.
    All configuration is done on the speakers itself, and there is no need or required software to change the RGB lights.
  • Platforms we support

    The JBL Quantum 200 is compatible with PC, PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, Mobile, Mac and VR.

    Game-Chat Balance Support
    For JBL Quantum 100/200/300 models, they do not offer Game-Chat audio dial function.
    To get the Game-Chat dial feature, you need JBL Quantum 400, and up, then you can adjust game-chat balance by rotating the dial-up and down.

    For models that support Game-Chat dial, when you rotate the dial, you will feel a notch that indicates 50% game and 50% chat. Or you can see the status on the top bar of the JBL QuantumENGINE.
    JBL Quantum ONE and Quantum TWS: How do I clean my headset?
    You can clean it by wiping it gently with a damp cloth. Take extra care not to let water leak into the speaker chamber, as it will damage the speaker drivers.
    How to clean your Quantum headphone

    You can clean it by wiping it gently with a damp cloth. Take extra care not to let water get into the speaker chamber, as it will damage the speaker drivers.

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  • Platforms that we support

    The JBL Quantum 100 is compatible with PC, PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, Mobile, Mac and VR.

    Game-Chat Balance Support
    For JBL Quantum 100/200/300 models, they do not offer Game-Chat audio dial function.
    To get the Game-Chat dial feature, you need JBL Quantum 400, and up, then you can adjust game-chat balance by rotating the dial-up and down.

    For models that support Game-Chat dial, when you rotate the dial, you will feel a notch that indicates 50% game and 50% chat. Or you can see the status on the top bar of the JBL QuantumENGINE.
    No sound in my Quantum headphones
    Ensure that the correct device is selected as the default device under Control Panel>Sound>Playback. Make sure the on headset volume control is turned up. Rotate the volume wheel on your headset to increase the volume. Check that the correct playback device is selected under Control Panel > Sound > Playback. Select the correct device, right-click, and select "Set as Default Device". Check the computer volume levels and make sure it is not muted or turned all the way down.
    Does this headphone support JBL QuantumSURROUND?
    The JBL Quantum 100 is not equipped with JBL QuantumSURROUND. You can consider to purchase the JBL Quantum 300, which comes with a USB dongle and access to JBL QuantumENGINE. 
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  • Which products are supported by the JBL QuantumENGINE software?
    JBL Quantum 300, 350, 400, 600, 610, 800, 810 ONE, TWS and Stream are working with the QuantumENGINE
    Game-Chat Balance Support
    For JBL Quantum 100/200/300 models, they do not offer Game-Chat audio dial function.
    To get the Game-Chat dial feature, you need JBL Quantum 400, and up, then you can adjust game-chat balance by rotating the dial-up and down.

    For models that support Game-Chat dial, when you rotate the dial, you will feel a notch that indicates 50% game and 50% chat. Or you can see the status on the top bar of the JBL QuantumENGINE.
    No sound in my Quantum headphones

    Make sure the headset volume control is turned up. Rotate the volume wheel on your headset to increase the volume. If you're using the USB dongle, check that the correct playback device is selected under Control Panel > Sound > Playback. Select the proper playback device, right-click, and select "Set as Default Device". Check the computer volume levels and make sure it is not muted or turned all the way down.

    What can you do with JBL QuantumENGINE software?
    You can adjust equalizer, RGB LED effects, change microphone settings and update the headset's firmware.
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  • How RBG lighting work for console games

    JBL Quantum 400 and ONE are compatible with USB C to A cable to enjoy PS4 console with RGB Lighting on, and Quantum 600 and 800 with wireless-enabled by USB dongle also gives lighting moment on PS4 console games.

    *NOTE that RGB will not light up when connecting with 3.5mm cable to any device (PC, Console, Mobile, etc.) because the cable doesn't have power enough for the RBG lighting.

     

    How to switch between Active Noise Cancelling and TalkThru
    Onboard Active Noise Cancelling is controlled by the multi-function button on the rear of the left ear-cup. Switched on by default, you can SINGLE press the ANC button to toggle it On/Off  and LONG press to active TalkThru. Turn on ANC again by a single press on the multi-function button.
    Can I use the JBL Quantum 800 in USB mode
    The JBL Quantum 800 can only be used via a 3.5mm, Bluetooth, or 2.4Ghz wireless connection.
    Which products are supported by the JBL QuantumENGINE software?
    JBL Quantum 300, 350, 400, 600, 610, 800, 810 ONE, TWS and Stream are working with the QuantumENGINE
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  • How RBG lighting work for console games

    JBL Quantum 400 and ONE are compatible with USB C to A cable to enjoy PS4 console with RGB Lighting on, and Quantum 600 and 800 with wireless-enabled by USB dongle also gives lighting moment on PS4 console games.

    *NOTE that RGB will not light up when connecting with 3.5mm cable to any device (PC, Console, Mobile, etc.) because the cable doesn't have power enough for the RBG lighting.

     

    7.1 Surround configuration set up guide
    To configure the 7.1 Surround feature on your PC, please follow the guide below:

    1. In the left corner on your screen right next to the Windows logo, click on the spy-glass to start a search on your PC.
    2. Type in Sound --> then select Change System Sounds:
      Surround-config-7-1

    3. Make sure that your the Quantum Headphones is your Default Device for both Speakers ( Game ) and Earphone ( Communication device )
    Surround-config-7-1_2

    4. To configure the 7.1 Surround feature, right click on the Speakers --> then select Configure Speakers
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    5. Select 7.1 Surround and click on Next
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    6. Make sure that all boxes are selected, then click Next
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    7. Make sure both boxes are selected, and then click Next
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    8. Click on Finish. Now your Quantum headphones is configured for 7.1 Surround sound. The configuration will remain after rebooting PC or reconnecting headphones.
     
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    Enjoy your sound experience #SoundIsSurvival #DareToListen
     
    The audio is not centered to my monitor, what should I do?
    If the audio is not centered to your monitor, then you can re-center your headset by doing the following: 1. Position yourself in front of your monitor. 2. Press the re-centering button on the side of your headset (button that looks like a circle) 3. The head-tracking sensor will start the automatic calibration.
    How to switch between Active Noise Cancelling and TalkThru
    Onboard Active Noise Cancelling is controlled by the multi-function button on the rear of the left ear-cup. Switched on by default, you can SINGLE press the ANC button to toggle it On/Off  and LONG press to active TalkThru. Turn on ANC again by a single press on the multi-function button.
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  • How RBG lighting work for console games

    JBL Quantum 400 and ONE are compatible with USB C to A cable to enjoy PS4 console with RGB Lighting on, and Quantum 600 and 800 with wireless-enabled by USB dongle also gives lighting moment on PS4 console games.

    *NOTE that RGB will not light up when connecting with 3.5mm cable to any device (PC, Console, Mobile, etc.) because the cable doesn't have power enough for the RBG lighting.

     

    Which products are supported by the JBL QuantumENGINE software?
    JBL Quantum 300, 350, 400, 600, 610, 800, 810 ONE, TWS and Stream are working with the QuantumENGINE
    Mic Monitoring Support
    Yes. You can configure the volume of the mic monitoring in JBL QuantumENGINE. The default setting of the mic monitoring is "OFF”.
    14 hours Battery-life without using RGB Lighting feature
    Yes, it's 14 hrs with RGB off. You can also find the details on the box.
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  • How RBG lighting work for console games

    JBL Quantum 400 and ONE are compatible with USB C to A cable to enjoy PS4 console with RGB Lighting on, and Quantum 600 and 800 with wireless-enabled by USB dongle also gives lighting moment on PS4 console games.

    *NOTE that RGB will not light up when connecting with 3.5mm cable to any device (PC, Console, Mobile, etc.) because the cable doesn't have power enough for the RBG lighting.

     

    7.1 Surround configuration set up guide
    To configure the 7.1 Surround feature on your PC, please follow the guide below:

    1. In the left corner on your screen right next to the Windows logo, click on the spy-glass to start a search on your PC.
    2. Type in Sound --> then select Change System Sounds:
      Surround-config-7-1

    3. Make sure that your the Quantum Headphones is your Default Device for both Speakers ( Game ) and Earphone ( Communication device )
    Surround-config-7-1_2

    4. To configure the 7.1 Surround feature, right click on the Speakers --> then select Configure Speakers
    Surround-config-7-1_3

    5. Select 7.1 Surround and click on Next
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    6. Make sure that all boxes are selected, then click Next
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    7. Make sure both boxes are selected, and then click Next
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    8. Click on Finish. Now your Quantum headphones is configured for 7.1 Surround sound. The configuration will remain after rebooting PC or reconnecting headphones.
     
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    Enjoy your sound experience #SoundIsSurvival #DareToListen
     
    JBL QuantumENGINE Features

    You can adjust Equalizer, Spatial Sound, RGB LED effects, change microphone settings and update the headset's firmware

    Why can't I hear audio from my headphones?

    Make sure the headset volume control is turned up. Rotate the volume wheel on your headset to increase the volume. If you're connected to the PC via USB, check that the default device is selected under Control Panel > Sound > Playback. Select JBL Quantum 400 Game, right-click, and select "Set as Default Device".  Check on the top bar of the JBL QuantumENGINE whether your headset's game-chat balance dial is set correctly. Check the JBL Quantum 400 Game device and make sure it is not muted or turned all the way down.

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