HIFIMAN BW400 Xtreme Bass Wireless Neckband Headphones launched for Rs. 2799

HIFIMAN, a popular brand in the world of high fidelity personal audio, has launched BW400, wireless neckband headphones in India. The headphones are touted to have Superb Solid Bass, IPX4-rating, up to 12 hours Battery Life, and Quick Charge.

According to the company, BW400’s drivers are designed with specially tuned Bass-Driven 9mm Dynamic Drivers which enhance the overall music detail to produce a deep and sub-level strong bass audio performance.

The headphone comes with extra pairs of soft sweat-resistant silicone ear tips designed to give a comfortable and snug fit. Weighing at just 19 grams, each earbud has a built-in neodymium magnet which helps clasp the buds together when they are not in use.

It also comes with an in-line control module (with mic) on the left earbud’s cable and supports Bluetooth v5.0. With a single charge, users can get up to 12 hours of music or calls and 110 hours of standby time. With Quick Charge support, you can get up to 60 minutes of battery life by simply plugging in a compatible charger for 10 minutes.

The HIFIMAN BW400 Xtreme Bass Wireless Neckband Headphones are now available in India in Black colour at Rs. 2,799 on Amazon.in, Flipkart.com, Tatacliq.com along with other leading e-commerce platforms.

Speaking on the announcement, Mr Purnachandra Samal, Director-Sales(India)of HIFIMAN Electronics India highlights, “The HIFIMAN BW400 is aimed for our Indian customers who love heavy bass along with prolonged battery life. HIFIMAN uses proprietary high-quality bass-driven dynamic drivers that deliver enhanced bass apart from a high-capacity in-built quick-charging battery allowing it to last up to 12 Hrs for continuous music playback. The HIFIMAN BW400 also features an IPX4 certification making it robust for Indian weather conditions which resists sweat and dirt, making it ideal for outdoor activities. Lastly, the HIFIMAN BW400 is specific to India as a region and will not be available in any other global market.”