Samsung-owned audio company JBL has launched a brand-new wireless gaming headset, the Quantum 350 Wireless, which is compatible with both console and PC gaming.
The JBLQuantum 350 Wireless is a new addition to JBL’s Quantum gaming headset series. The new set uses a lossless 2.4G wireless connection via a USB dongle, with 40mm drivers featuring the company’s QuantumSound Signature and QuantumSurround tech.
The ear cushions are made of memory foam with a PU leather finish and weigh only 252 grams. PC gamers can utilize the JBL QuantumEngine software to personalize the headset.
The headset was developed for Discord, the most popular chat application in the world, and in addition to being Discord-certified, the JBL Quantum 350 is compatible with Skype and TeamSpeak. “The Discord-certified Quantum 350 Wireless headset has a detachable boom mic, so it can also be used separately,” according to the reports.
Further, JBL stated that the Quantum 350 Wireless features a battery life of 22 hours and a rapid charge that provides up to 60 minutes of playback from a 5-minute charge. With Power & Play, users can charge the headset simultaneously during gameplay via a USB cable.
Mr. Dave Rogers, President of HARMAN Lifestyle Division said, “Gaming is moving further into the mainstream with players requiring enhanced flexibility in their set-up. By adding the JBL Quantum 350 to our existing JBL Quantum series of headsets, we meet this need and deliver outstanding JBL sound and build quality with a feature set that is unmatched.”
“A fully wireless headset lets gamers move around when playing, switching from PC to PS5, or getting further away from their devices but still hearing and feeling every sound,” Mr. Rogers further added.
As per the reports, JBL Quantum 350 will be available through its official official site for $99.95 from September.
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