The HD350BT is priced at Rs 7,490 while the HD450BT is priced at Rs 14,990. The new headphones boast of 30 hour battery life. Both the headphones have the same specifications and design with the difference being that the HD450BT has ANC
If you are looking for a new pair of headphones, then Sennheiser has two new options for you to choose from. The new Sennheiser headphones have the model numbers HD350BT and HD450BT and are priced at Rs 7,490 and Rs 14,990 respectively. Both the headphones have the same design and specifications with the difference being that the HD450BT has active noise cancellation and the HD350BT does not. When it comes to battery life, both the headphones have a claimed battery life of 30 hours and takes 2 hours to charge.
So, how is it that one headphone has active noise cancellation and the other does not and they still deliver the same battery life, you ask? That is because the HD350BT has a 300mAh battery whereas the HD450BT has double that at 600mAh. When it comes to connectivity, both the headphones support the latest Bluetooth 5.0 standard. The headphones also support AAC, aptX, aptX Low Latency Bluetooth codecs. Both the headphones have USB-C charging ports. The headphones can be controlled by downloading the companion app on your iOS or Android smartphone and also support voice interactions with Siri and the Google Assistant.
In the box of the HD 450BT wireless headphones, customers get the headset along with an audio cable, USB-C charging cable, carry case, quick guide and safety guide. With the HD 350BT wireless headphones, on the other hand, customers get the headphones along with a USB-C charging cable, quick guide, and safety guide. No carrying case, unfortunately. On Sennheiser’s India website, the HD 450BT is available in white only whereas the HD BT350BT is available in black and white colour options.
In other Sennheiser news, the company recently launched its Sennheiser Ambeo Soundbar in India, a year after its international launch. The device is priced at Rs 1,99,990 in India. The single bar claims to simulate a Dolby Atmos setup. You can check out details of the soundbar here.