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JBL Quantum 350 Wireless Gaming Headphones Launched

A good gamer understands the necessity of having good headphones. Be it trash-talking, giving commands to your teammates or hearing the footsteps of enemies, gamers need competent and comfortable headphones for their extended gaming sessions. Now, keeping the gaming-centric consumer market, JBL has launched the new JBL Quantum 350 wireless headphones in India.

JBL Quantum 350 wireless launched

Designed for gamers, the JBL Quantum 350 wireless is powered by 40 mm drivers. The company claims it has a battery life of up to 22 hours. A detachable boom microphone is also present here. The 40mm driver can provide a dynamic listening experience which can be tweaked via JBL QuantumENGINE PC software. The software allows users to tune the device to hear specific frequencies better during gaming sessions or have a dynamic experience while listening to music.

The JBL Quantum 350 comes with 2.4G  grade lossless wireless, which means gamers can play games with minimal sound lag even from a distance. It also enables easy movement in the gameplay without any audio drop. The company claims that the fast charging capability of the headset can provide one hour of playback time on a 5-minute charge. On top of all the features, it is also Discord-certified and is compatible with TeamSpeak and Skype.

Features

  • Gaming-grade lossless 2.4G wireless via USB wireless dongle
  • Detachable boom microphone with voice focus
  • 40mm drivers with immersive JBL QuantumSURROND
  • Memory foam ear cushions
  • Discord-certified
  • JBL QuantumENGINE software for full customization

Price and availability

JBL Quantum 350 Wireless headphones are available via JBL.com, all mainstream online and offline platforms along with HARMAN brand stores. The wireless headphones are currently priced at Rs 8,499.  Click HERE to buy from JBL’s official online store.

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