Zebronics unveils four new gaming headphones with integrated volume control, mute button, mic on/off and inbuilt microphones.
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Zebronics has launched four new gaming headphones – the Zebronics Iron Head, Colt, Rattlesnake, and Stingray. The new multimedia headphones come with volume control, mute button, mic on/off and inbuilt microphones.
The Zebronics Iron Head comes with a 7.1 channel simulated sound effects and has immersive PC gaming audio. The device comes with soft ear pads with foam cushions that mold to the shape of the users ears. The device has a dedicated microphone and volume controls that are easy to use. Users can connect the headphones via USB with your PC or laptop. The headphones come with a built-in sound processor and features a 3-meter long cable that makes the device convenient to use.
The Zebronics Rattlesnake headphone comes with a flexible headband and has a built-in sound processor along with control pad that is easy to use. The Zebronics Colt has 30mm speaker dimension ideal for viewing music, movies, games and for voice clarity. The Zebronics Stingray has a super bass headphone meant for high-end gaming as well as while watching movies.
Pradeep Doshi, Director Sales, Top Notch Infotronix stated at the launch, "We've been continuously focusing on our headphones category, and have been introducing new models with superior comfort level and audio quality, making the range one of the largest in the industry. The powerful range in this new line are backed by a fashion statement, listen to music or make calls, with zero strain on your ears."
The Zebronics multimedia headsets are priced affordably starting from Rs.349/- for the colt, Stingray for Rs.499/-, Rattle Snake for Rs.999/- and Rs 1799/- for Iron Head model. The headphones come with a one-year warranty and are available on Zebronics e-commerce website www.moneyvasool.com and across stores other electronic stores in India.