Blaupunkt BH01 wireless headphones with Equalizer Mode launched in India at Rs 1,699

“The Blaupunkt BH01 headphones are powered by Bluetooth v5.0 and offer ‘Dual Pairing’ feature where users can connect with two devices at once”

Germany-based audio brand Blaupunkt has added new wireless headphones named BH01 to its portfolio in India. The new headphones sport on-ear design with cushions on both the earcups and the neckband. The Blaupunkt BH01 is powered by Bluetooth v5.0 to wirelessly pair it with the audio source such as smartphone, PC, or tablet. The headphones come with a ‘Dual Pairing’ feature that allows users to connect them with two devices at once without having to disconnect from the primary device.

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Other than Bluetooth, the headphones also feature a 3.5mm jack for wired connectivity. The Blaupunkt BH01 has a foldable design for easy storage and conveniently carry it around. Coming to the specifications, the headphones feature 40mm large aperture driver, built-in mic for hands-free control, physical buttons to pause/ play music, answer calls, and much more. There is a 300mAh battery, which is rated to offer 10 hours of playtime on a single charge, and an ‘Equalizer Mode’ to toggle between the regular Music Mode and Turbo Bass Mode with a single touch.

Andrzej Cebrat, Blaupunkt Managing Director, said, “Blaupunkt in India has already become leaders in the range of home audio products. Blaupunkt with its century-old legacy of impeccable innovation and 20+ years of experience in Indian audio products segment. It aims to raise the bar in India market and meet consumer demands with its latest edition BHO1 in the Indian Market.”

The Blaupunkt BH01 headphones price in India is set at Rs 1,699; however, as an early bird offer, the pair is available at Rs 1,299 only on Amazon.in. Interested buyers can purchase the headphones in Black colour.

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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