Zebronics India has announced the launch of the Zeb-Sound Bomb Q and Zeb-Sound Bomb Q Pro wireless earbuds. The new truly wireless earbuds are part of the company’s Sound Bomb series, which is a range of premium earphones. These new earbuds also take advantage of Qualcomm aptX audio technology for high-quality audio streaming.
Zebronics said the Zeb-Sound Bomb Q and Zeb-SoundBomb Q Pro wireless earbuds will be available at a discounted price on Flipkart from December 18 onwards for Rs 2,799 and Rs 3,799, respectively.
Featuring a sleek and lightweight headset, the Sound Bomb Q Pro is all about style with a smooth matte finish paired with a gold logo that adds to its style element.
It is designed for maximum comfort with a snug fit that stays firm on the ear, is IPX7 certified and also provides passive noise cancellation thanks to its in-ear design.
“We have always believed in the ‘Always Ahead’ ideology and have strived to bring new technologies and features to bridge the accessibility gap,” said Pradeep Doshi, Director – Zebronics, of the launch of the wireless earbuds.
“Our latest top-of-the-line ‘Zeb-Sound Bomb Q Pro’ wireless earbuds are packed with features like IPX7, Qualcomm aptX, wireless charging and more, giving our users a first-rate wireless audio experience like never before ‘Now.”
The earbuds feature deep bass to enhance your audio experience with a 6-8 hour playtime that can be extended up to 35 hours together with the case.
The earbuds are “IPX7 certified waterproof” so users can train the way they want without having to worry about drizzle or rain, Zebronics said.
They also feature touch controls – just tap to activate controls for volume, media and voice assistant enabled for Android / iOS devices. You can tap once to play / pause, accept calls / hang up and tap three times to activate the voice assistant on your earbuds.
Switch to wireless charging as the compact portable charging case that you tag along with the earbuds supports both wireless and Type-C charging so you can choose your preferred charging mode.
(with IANS inputs)
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