Boat Bassheads 950 wired headphones launched in India at Rs 1,299

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Boat has launched its new wired headphones for the people looking to buy affordable over-ear headphones. Priced at Rs 1,299, they come in unique dual tone finish styling. The boat is a brand that is recognized as a quality audio equipment provider with an affordable price tag. The new Boat Bassheads 950 is yet another amalgamation of that. Let’s find out more about the new Boat headphones below. 

Boat Bassheads 950 – What are the features?

With 40mm drivers, these Boat headphones claim to offer perfect audio experience. The sound isolation and enhancement said to be perfectly tuned for a mind-blowing experience. Equipped with mic, they are perfect go-to headphones. It supports voice assist feature, thus offering instant hands-free communication across a range of applications.  

With 3.5mm audio jack support, they are said to be perfect for someone who has a smartphone with the audio jack. The perfect cable length is said to be offered here so that it gets easier for the user to move around at a certain distance from the connected device. 

Boats tease its new headphone line-up to be for the fashionista. These new Boats Bassheads 950 headphones are available in two new colors, Black Diamond and Silver Surfer. They come with a 1-year warranty, which is carry-in. The headset is available for purchase on Amazon India’s website. 

If you’re someone who is not the fan of wireless audio experience for obvious reason. Then, these new Boats headphones could be a good fit for you. What do you guys think about the Boat Bassheads 950? Let us know in the comment section below.  

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