American audio company has rolled out a new series of powerful headphones that is focused on gamers in India. This is the company’s first-ever range of headphones to be focused on gamers in India and it was announced by Samsung India via its own channels. This isn’t much of a surprise since the JBL brand is a subsidiary of Harman International Industries, a company that is owned by Samsung.
The new range of headphones is called the JBL Quantum lineup and it features seven different headphones to fit in different price ranges. The headphones in the lineup all come with the JBL QuantumSOUND Signature and users can pair them with their smartphone, Windows computer, Mac, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, Xbox, VR, and other gaming consoles and devices.
The headphones featured in the lineup include the Quantum 100, Quantum 200, 300, 400, 600, 800, and to wrap things up, the JBL Quantum ONE. The JBL Quantum ONE is the biggest headphone in the model and in turn, the most expensive. It comes with a price tag of INR 29,999 ($392). It comes with a wired, over-ear structure. Other features of the headphone include ANC (dynamic clamor cancellation), DTS 2.0, game-talk balance, and JBL QuantumSPHERE 360. The headphone is also the only model in the lineup to feature an incorporated head-tracking sensor.
The lineup only has two headphones with ANC and the second model to feature it is the Quantum 800. The Quantum 800 comes with a price tag of INR 22,999 ($300). Its features are similar to the JBL Quantum ONE save for the QuantumSPHERE 360 and the head-tracking sensor.
The headphone that costs the least in the lineup is the JBL Quantum 100, which comes with a price tag of INR 3,999 ($52). The Quantum 100 doesn’t feature DTS 2.0, ANC, and other explicit sound JBL-explicit sound highlights.
You can check out the costs of the other headphones in the lineup in the image above. We expect JBL to post details of the availability of the headphones on their website, JBLQuantum.com
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