Gameplay on a high level should be guaranteed with the new JBL Quantum 350 Wireless, at least from an acoustic point of view. The latest model of the JBL Quantum Series creates freedom of movement, free of cables, and is supposed to convince with JBL QuantumSOUND Signature.
JBL Quantum 350 Wireless is the latest model in the JBL Quantum Series, the product line that Harman International Industries designed specifically for gamers under the JBL brand. The new model is supposed to offer gameplay on a new level, since it is, as the name suggests, a “wireless” headphone, where cables are no obstacle for high scores.
In addition, and this is also not uninteresting, the new JBL Quantum 350 Wireless is of course also ideally suited for video calls in the home office or for e-learning at home schooling.
Gaming moves into the mainstream
Long gone are the days when games on PCs or game consoles were the sole preserve of kids. In fact, the kids who grew up with games are now adults, but many still indulge their passion.
With the new JBL Quantum 350 Wireless, Harman International Industries thus serves anything but a small, special target group, but rather a very broad customer base across the various age groups.
“Gaming is moving more and more into the mainstream and gamers are demanding more flexibility in their equipment. With the introduction of the JBL Quantum 350 Wireless as an addition to our existing JBL Quantum series, we are meeting this need and delivering outstanding JBL sound along with a build quality and feature set that is second to none. With the completely wireless headset, gamers can move around while gaming, switch from PC to PS5, or move further away from the devices and still hear and feel every sound.”
Dave Rogers, President, HARMAN Lifestyle Division
JBL Quantum 350 Wireless designed specifically for gamers
The new JBL Quantum 350 Wireless is specifically designed to give PC and console gamers a competitive edge with the all-wireless JBL QuantumSOUND Signature, the manufacturer promises.
The basis for this, it says, is 2.4 GHz lossless wireless technology, which is said to guarantee lossless signal transmission with the lowest latency. The basis for this is a USB dongle that is connected to the PC. In addition, the new JBL Quantum 350 Wireless is said to be compatible with a wide variety of current gaming consoles.
At the heart of the headphones themselves is a 40mm driver with the aforementioned JBL QuantumSOUND Signature as well as immersive JBL QuantumSURROUND.
The JBL QuantumSOUND Signature and immersive JBL QuantumSURROUND provide impressive audio quality, from the quietest footsteps to the loudest laser blasts, putting the player at the center of any scene, according to the manufacturer’s description, which is appropriate for the target audience.
Extensive customization options are said to be available via the JBL QuantumENGINE PC Suite.
Most importantly, of course, the DISCORD-certified JBL Quantum 350 Wireless also features a detachable directional microphone with voice focus, so other players can be on hand to amplify and share victories.
Also ideally suited for video calls
As already mentioned, the headset functionality can also be used for video calls like Skype or TeamSpeak as well as Zoom. Thus, nothing stands in the way of using the headset for e-learning in home schooling or home office video calls.
High wearing comfort
Since it can get a bit longer in the heat of the moment during games, a high level of wearing comfort is of course essential. In this regard, the new JBL Quantum 350 Wireless features a particularly lightweight, yet robust construction and is equipped with PU leather and memory foam ear pads.
22 hours of battery life
The integrated battery of the JBL Quantum 350 Wireless is supposed to last up to 22 hours, whereby a quick-charge function is of course available here. After just five minutes, nothing stands in the way of an hour of gaming fun via Power & Play, as the manufacturer calls it. By the way, charging is done via USB-C, which is increasingly becoming the standard for wireless headphones.
The new JBL Quantum 350 Wireless was presented these days as part of the Harman ExPLORE 2021 EMEA and should be available in stores from October 2021 at a recommended retail price of € 99.99.
Getting to the point
Special tasks require special tools; this is true, for example, in the field of games, where specially designed headphones are probably the right choice. Harman International Industries has an entire product line ready for this special task with the JBL Quantum Series, and is now expanding it with another model, the JBL Quantum 350 Wireless.