Ambrane WH-5600 wireless headphones with ambient noise cancellation launched at Rs 1,999

“The Ambrane WH-5600 headphones have built-in 32mm dome drivers that allegedly deliver deep bass and a wide frequency range”

Ambrane, best known for its range of power banks, has launched its in-house WH-5600 headphones in India. The headphones are touted to offer a complete package of wireless comfort and advance high-end chipset to boost the sound quality. The new headphones can either be paired via Bluetooth or aux with any mobile phones, laptop, or other such devices.

The price of Ambrane WH-5600 headphones in India has been set at Rs 1,999. However, Flipkart is running a limited period offer that brings the cost of the device down to Rs 1,500. The headphones are also available on other e-commerce platforms such as Amazon (for Rs 1,600) and leading offline stores across the country. Interested buyers can only purchase the item in just black colour option and with one-year warranty. 


Coming to the specifications, the Ambrane WH-5600 features ambient noise cancellation for an enhanced acoustic experience. The pair of headphones is said to feature 32mm dome drivers that are said to deliver deep bass and a wide frequency range. “The WH-5600
delivers a cinematic surround sound to immerse you in whatever you’re watching or
listening to,” reads the company press statement.

The left earcup of the headphones features a power/ call receiving button and volume/ track changing buttons. It also has a built-in microphone, aux-in, and micro USB charging port. On the battery front, Ambrane WH-5600 houses a 250mAh battery with fast charging support. The company claims the headphones can last up to eight hours and takes up to an hour-and-a-half for a full charge. Lastly, the headphones boast of “robust design” and leather-covered headband for “appealing guise.”

Ashish is one of the youngest members of 91mobiles, and a recent tech geek convert. When he's not churning out articles, you’ll find him watching sports or binging TV shows. He listens to John Mayer when beating Delhi traffic.
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