Boult Audio ECHO is a sweat-proof, voice activated Airpods clone at Rs 2249

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If you’ve been looking for affordable true wireless in-ear headphones in the market. Your search for those headphones has ended today. Boult Audio, the popular audio gear manufacturer has launched its new set of wireless earphones dubbed as ECHO. They’re priced at Rs 2249, excluding taxes and are available to purchase on Myntra.

The Audio gear market in India is growing rapidly, all thanks to the increase in demand for wireless earphones. People these days tend to go with wireless earphones, and that is where Boult Audio plays a significant role. It has a range of affordable wireless in-ear and on-ear headphones.

Boult ECHO Features

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Talking about the Boult ECHO wireless, they are nothing like most of the wireless in-earphones in the market. Taking inspiration from the Airpod from Apple, there are no wires connecting these pods, which is why they’re truly wireless. These pods claim to offer best-in-class audio experience at an affordable price.

Getting past the neckband style, these Boult earphones will truly set you free of the wires. They’re ergonomically designed to offer best in-ear comfort to deliver high fidelity audio without any interference. Offering a bass and treble experience unlike before, it claims to uplift your music experience. On top of that, they’re certified sweat-proof with the IPX4 rating.

One of the most interesting features of the Boult ECHO is the support of voice activation of Siri/Google Assistant. With the help of built-in condenser MIC, which can recognise voice even in the noisiest places.  The battery life on these earpods is claimed to be around 8 hours. Further, they come with a pod case, which can charge the pods three times. It means you don’t have to charge your pod case for a stretch of 3-4 days. 

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