JBL presented the new gaming headset “JBL Quantum 350 Wireless” which integrates one of the main lines of equipment of the company and has the popular signature “JBL QuantumSOUND Signature“, technology that improves the audio quality by providing sharpness and 3D experience during games.
According to the company, the headphones have an anatomical design developed to ensure comfort during use and an interface optimized to work with both PC and consoles, including PS4, PS5, and Nintendo Switch, in addition to Mac support with the possibility of connecting. cable.
Equipped with 40 mm drivers and 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity, the JBL Quantum 350 Wireless manages to maintain a good response time for gaming even without the use of cables. In general, wireless headphones usually exhibit a delay between the action and the sound played, but according to the brand, this problem does not occur on the headset in question.
In addition to the features aimed at the sound quality, the headphones also have a special certification for use on the Discord platform, a communication application widely used by gamers, ensuring good voice capture in conjunction with the directional voice focus feature and echo cancellation.
As for battery life, the JBL Quantum 350 Wireless can be used for up to 22 hours on a single full charge that takes around 2 hours to reach 100%.
Like other brand headphones, this version also has the “Power & Play” feature that provides up to 1h of playback with just five minutes of plugging in.
JBL Quantum 350 Wireless Data Sheet
- Model: JBL Quantum 350 Wireless
- Driver Size: 40mm dynamic drivers
- Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz
- Microphone frequency response: 100Hz to 10kHz
- Sensitivity: 115 dB SPL @1 kHz
- Max SPL: 93dB
- Microphone sensitivity: -42 dBV/[email protected] kHz
- Impedance: 32 ohm
- 2.4G wireless transmission power: 2.4G wireless modulation: GFSK
- 2.4G wireless carrier frequency: 2402MHz to 2480MHz
- Power supply: 5V 1st
- Charging time: 2 hours
- Music playback time: Up to 22 hours
- Microphone pickup pattern: Omnidirectional