iBall has launched it Wireless Tv Headset. iBall TV Headset comes bundled with a Bluetooth USB Audio Transmitter which connects to the TV and transmits the sound into the Headset, thereby providing you privacy in viewing and at the same time, not causing any disturbance to anyone else at home.
The TV Headset delivers clear, crisp and enriching stereo quality sound. The Headset, although so technically evolved, is simple to use. It comes fitted with simple and easy controls on the ear-cups. It also features a built-in Microphone to support hands-free calling in Bluetooth mode. The headset can be used in the wired mode if required through AUX. There also are voice prompt alerts for Connect, Disconnect, Pairing and more.
Personalizing and enriching your experience, the Wireless iBall TV Headset has been crafted for comfort. The Foldable design makes for an easy to carry option. With adjustable ear cups provisioned with extremely soft leatherette pads along with the Head band cushion, the Headset is absolutely designed for the prolonged usage with ease.
Mr. Sandeep Parasrampuria (CEO and Director, iBall) shares, “iBall stands to bring what the users need – that’s our philosophy of “Your Eyeball View. Our Technology New”. There has been a long-standing need to have a Wireless headset to watch TV so others are not disturbed at home. iBall TV Headset will meet this need with superb features and very soft cushion on ear-cups and head-band for prolonged usage. Comfort and excellent quality of sound will make it a sure preference to each user having the need to watch TV without disturbing others!”
The TV Headset also works independently without the BT Audio Transmitter and can be connected and used with any Smartphone and the likes. Now enjoy your favorite TV shows and playlists non-stop; in a hassle-free and user-friendly way. Just Plug the TV Headset and Play ON!
Crafted in shades of Black and rich Dark Silver, the product is available with leading retail and e-commerce stores across India at MRP of just ₹2,999.
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