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JBL launches LIVE series headphones in India

Bengaluru, June 12, 2019-

Audio equipment maker JBL by HARMAN’s International Industries, owned by South Korean tech major Samsung Electronics on Wednesday launched its ‘LIVE Series’ of headphones.

The series comprises JBL LIVE 650BTNC for Rs 12,599, JBL LIVE 500BT for Rs 9,999, JBL LIVE 400BT for Rs 7,899, JBL LIVE 200BT for Rs 5,299 and JBL LIVE 100 Rs 2,499.

The newly launched series has improved Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, the devices sport aluminium finish and light form factor.

“Smart headphones are the future of audio and we will continue to lead this category with the new Live series. It will strongly reinforce HARMAN’s leadership in consumer audio technology in India and globally,” HARMAN India Country Manager Pradeep Chaudhry told reporters.

Users can activate the ‘My JBL Headphones’ app on Google Play Store and Apple App Store; then tapping on the left earcup delivers a seamless listening experience, thus, letting them search for the newest songs from their favourite artists.

The new JBL LIVE Series is currently available at all major retailers and on JBL.com  (Agency)

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