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JBL Wind

Wireless and To-Go Speaker. Easy connection with your electronic devices wirelessly. Hand free calling on the go with built in microphone. Carabiner and bicycle handlebar mounting and bracket supplied for dual outdoor usage. Built in FM Radio (20 stations), microSD card slot (up to 32GB) for MP3 playback and Aux-In for cable audio connectivity, JBL Wind is IP45 rated against water splash resistant with built in Lithium-ion battery that can last up to 10 hours of music playback

Product Specifications

General Specifications

Support A2DP, AVRCP, BT4.1
Rated power 3W RMS
Charging input 5V/1A
Built-in Lithium Battery 3.7V 800mAh
Please consult the documents for in-depth specs

What’s in the Box

  • 1 x JBL Wind speaker with bracket
  • 1 x 3.5mm AUX cable
  • 1 x MicroUSB cable
  • 1 x Carabiner
  • 1 x Rubber Mount
  • 1 x Operation Manual

FAQs & How-Tos

  • How do I connect JBL DRG to my head unit via FM?

    • Make sure that JBL DRG is connected via Bluetooth with your smartphone and the JBL DRG” app has been launched. • Search a FM frequency band with your head unit. (an unrestricted frequency would be one that is not occupied by a radio station). • Select “FM” in “Connection Mode” on the JBL DRG App and key in the FM unrestricted frequency you have selected in the right window, JBL DRG will then transfer audio to your head unit and play through your vehicle’s audio system.

  • What's in the box? 

    Your JBL Quantum 200 includes the headset, a PC audio splitter, QSG l Warranty Card l Warning Card, and a microphone windshield.


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  • Bluetooth Troubleshooting

    How to avoid Bluetooth interference/interruptions:
    Always have a clear line of sight between your Bluetooth device (speaker, headphones, etc.) and source device (Smartphone/tablet/PC, etc). Be aware of obstacles in front of your devices.
    Try to shutdown products that have Bluetooth, but not are not being used. They are often the reason for interference even though they are not being used.
    Do not stand too close to your Wi-Fi router since a Wi-Fi signal is stronger and in many cases will "overlap" the connection.
    Be aware of walls around you. Concrete and brick walls will often interrupt the signal, as it cannot pass through such thick walls.
    Bluetooth signals cannot travel through water, which includes the human body. Make sure with Wireless Headphones to keep your Source device and the receiver on the same side of your body.
    Open spaces such as parks can cause issues for your devices, as open air is "bad" for any Bluetooth signal if it cannot reflect from objects around you.

    Pairing issues with a Smartphone or Tablet:
    First, try to restart the Bluetooth connection on your source device (Smartphone/tablet/PC) by switching Bluetooth off and on again with a short pause in between.
    "Forget" (remove) the previously paired connection (on your smartphone/tablet/PC) in your Bluetooth settings if you had once paired with our product.
    Try to restart the source device(Smartphone/tablet/PC) by powering it off and on again, and after restarting try to establish a Bluetooth connection to your product.
    If the above does not work, then try to restart your product (Portable speaker, Headphone) by turning it off and on again.
    Press and hold down the Bluetooth button on your device (Portable speaker, Headphones) to initiate pairing mode again.
    Go into the Bluetooth settings on your Smartphone/tablet or PC to start the pairing process.
    You should now have a successful pairing with our device, but if you are still experiencing issues then contact us again.

    Pairing issues with a Computer or PC:
    In most cases when a Computer/PC/Laptop has issues connecting to a Bluetooth device (Portable speaker, Headphones, Active speakers), it's caused by your Computer/PC/Laptop's Bluetooth driver (software).
    The driver (software) should support the following Bluetooth protocols, to be able to play music/sounds from your Computer/PC/Laptop:
    A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) driver for your Computer/PC/Headphones to transfer music.
    AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile) driver to send skip/forward/pause/play music to your device
    Always get the latest driver version available for your Computer/PC/Laptop.
    To download the correct driver (software), visit the manufacturer's website of your Computer/PC/Laptop. They usually have a "Support/Download" section where you can find the correct driver. Otherwise, contact their support.
    The standard drivers provided by Microsoft/Windows systems are often not correct, and will result in error messages (such as having to enter a PIN code), or pairing not working.

    What is Bluetooth technology?
    Bluetooth technology is a wireless technology that exchanges data (Music etc.) over short distances from a mobile device.
    Bluetooth range depends on your surroundings (reflection from objects) and what chipset is being used (some can go 1 meter, 10 meters or 100 meters).
    Our Bluetooth devices typically supports up to 10 meter distance from the source device.

    Explaining the different Bluetooth profiles used in our devices:
    Many of our Bluetooth devices have a specification sheet like Bluetooth Profiles Supported: A2DP v1.5/AVRCP v1.6. These are the protocols that a specific Bluetooth speaker or Headphone device is compatible with. This might look too technical for some customers, but all you need to know is that Bluetooth Speakers and Headphones they are the only ones with these profile that you need to be aware of:

    A2DP – A2DP stands for ‘Advanced Audio Distribution Profile’ and is a Bluetooth protocol that allows mobile users to stream high quality (stereo or mono) audio wirelessly. If you want to listen to your music on a pair of Bluetooth headphones or speakers, both devices need to support this.
    AVRCP – AVRCP stands for ‘Audio/Video Remote Control Profile' and controls remote functions such as pause/start/skip/forward.
    HSP – HSP stands for ‘Headset Profile’ and is a Bluetooth profile to enable a two-way wireless Headphone to be used with a Bluetooth smartphone. In our Headphones this is one of the most common Bluetooth profiles and supports simultaneous two-way (full-duplex) audio, but it does not support stereo audio.
    HFP - HFP Stands for 'Hands Free Profile'. This profile provides the same abilities as HSP does, but adds abilities such as redial last number called, voice dialing and call waiting.

    Note for HSP and HFP:
    You can also use it with devices other than phones, like your Computer/PC with a Bluetooth Headphone that could be used with a Bluetooth-enabled PC and VoIP software to place an Internet phone call (NOTE: some PC software requires different drivers for specific purposes like SKYPE - Always refer to the manufacturer of the PC/Laptop for help with setting this up).

  • Can I use both Windows and Apple computers to update my Everest headphones?

    The EVEREST models 100, 300 and 700 are all updated with the HID (Human Interface Device) tool, available in the download section for each model. This tool works with Windows computers only. The EVEREST ELITE models are updated with a USB tool available on the special Everest web page. This tool is available in both an Apple MAC OS version and a Windows version. This USB tool update is used for the first production run of ELITE models ONLY, and only once! All later production runs, and all updates after this first USB update, will take place wirelessly through the My JBL Headphone app, made for iOS and Android.

  • 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:

    3. Make sure that your the Quantum Headphones is your Default Device for both Speakers ( Game ) and Earphone ( Communication device )

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

    5. Select 7.1 Surround and click on Next
    6. Make sure that all boxes are selected, then click Next
    7. Make sure both boxes are selected, and then click Next
    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.
    Enjoy your sound experience #SoundIsSurvival #DareToListen


  • What's in the box

    Your JBL Quantum 600 and Quantum 800 includes the headset, a USB Type-A to C cable, 3.5mm cable, a wireless transmitter dongle, QSG l Warranty Card l Warning Card, and a microphone windshield.


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  • 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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  • 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.

  • What's in the box?

    Your JBL Quantum 400 includes the headset, a USB Type A to C cable, a 3.5mm cable, QSG l Warranty Card l Warning Card, and a microphone windshield.


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  • Hearing the difference between Stereo and Surround Sound

    Make sure your headset is configured correctly in your Windows settings. The setting should normally be JBL Quantum *Game* to experience QuantumSURROUND. 
    Please check out this video to assist you further!


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  • Is the "My JBL Headphones" app planned for Windows phones?

    There are no plans to include support of Windows phones at this time.

  • Voice commands that I registered are not triggering Smartbase.

    • Voice commands only work when receiving a call. • Excessive background noise such as wind or music, could be impacting unit’s effectiveness. Close windows and or reduce the volume of your music and try again.

  • What is Window Sonic Spatial Surround Sound?

    Windows Sonic is a virtual surround algorithm that is built into Windows 10 PCs. You can read more here:


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  • How do I charge the Under Armour Sport Wireless Heart Rate headphones?

    The UA Sport Wireless Heart Rate must be charged with a micro USB charger that is provided in the packaging. You will find the USB outlet located on the bottom left side of the inline microphone. There will be a small rubberized window that you can slide up and over to expose the outlet. After plugging in the headphones, you will see a solid red light appear at the bottom of the inline microphone. Once the headphones are fully charged, the red light will turn off. It typically takes less than 2 hours of charging time to receive the 5 full hours of audio playback.

  • Does the JBL QuantumENGINE software have minimum system requirements?

    The JBL QuantumENGINE supports Windows 10 release 1909 and above and Windows 7 Service Pack 1.


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  • EQ Settings and Surround Information

    In order to adjust your EQ settings you must follow these instructions:   In your Windows 10 taskbar, right click on the volume icon. It should bring up your selected output device. If “Speakers (JBL Quantum *model* Game)” is not selected, please proceed to the next step. QUantum ONE.png
    In the upper right hand corner, select the arrow. This will display a list of output devices on your PC. Please select “Speakers (JBL Quantum *model* Game)” After selecting 'speakers' you will now be able to adjust your EQ settings to your preference. Quantum-one_2
  • How do I make sure to get the best heart rate reading and accuracy?

    To ensure the best accuracy, it is important that you are using the proper size and the headphones securely fit in the ear. Please reference FAQ: How do I find the proper fit? to make sure you are wearing them correctly. You should also make sure that the enhancers are properly installed on the ear buds so that material is fully stretched over the bud and the window for the heart rate (HR) sensor is not covered. Please reference FAQ: How do I switch enhancer sizes? for more guidance. Once you've found your ideal size and ensure they're installed correctly, make sure the HR sensor is on. When it is on, you will see a green light on the LEFT ear bud and should hear the audio prompt stating, “Heart Rate sensor on”. For best results, insert the earphone into your ear so that the green heart rate sensor on the LEFT ear bud is fully hidden inside the ear (behind your tragus). Double check that the ear bud is touching the back of the bowl of your ear for the most accurate signal - this is often times achieved by using the largest size that fits comfortably in your ear. Lastly, the ear loop should not be pushed backwards to align with arc of the ear perfectly; it is likely there will be negative space between the headphone loop and your ear. You should hear the audible alert telling you if the ear bud needs to be adjusted if it is unable to retrieve a proper reading on your heart rate. Heart Rate accuracy can vary depending on the type of exercise you are performing; it is recommended for steady state endurance-oriented activities to ensure best accuracy. While the technology is state-of-the-art, there are limitations that may cause some readings to be inaccurate under certain circumstances. These circumstances include physical characteristics, fit, and the type of activity as outlined above. The heart rate monitor data is not intended to be used for medical purposes, nor is it intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or condition.

  • What's in the box

    Your JBL Quantum 100 includes the headset, a detachable microphone, QSG l Warranty Card l Warning Card, and a microphone windshield.


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  • Is it possible to run the Connect app on a Windows phone?

    Windows phones are not supported, and no future plans about this are known.

  • What's in the box?

    Your JBL Quantum 300 includes the headset, a USB dongle, QSG l Warranty Card l Warning Card, and a microphone windshield.

  • How do you charge the Everest 110?

    To charge the Everest 110, slide the rubber window from the top down to expose the USB charging port that is located on the back of the inline microphone. Please use the JBL charging cable that was included in the packaging to charge these headphones.

  • How can I make sure the firmware on my JBL Trip is the latest version?

    An HID tool is available and can be found at: http://www.jbl.com/ifaproducts/JBLTRIP.html. Click on "Specs and Support" then select "Manuals and Downloads". Click on "HID Software" to download. Once the tool is downloaded along with the software update, you will find a PDF file which contains detailed instructions on how to use the update tool. Important Note: At this time, you should download the software to a Windows PC only, MAC is currently not supported.

  • Does JBL QuantumENGINE also support 32 bit Windows?

    No, the JBL QuantumENGINE only supports 64 bit Windows.

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