boAt Immortal 1000D gaming headphones with Dual Denoising mics launched for Rs. 2499

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A popular Indian audio brand boAt has announced their assault into the gaming headphone market with the launch of the Immortal 1000D. It comes with some special featurs like Dolby Atmos, Dual Denoising mics, breathing RGB LEDs and many more.

The boAt Immortal 1000D headphones support for Dolby Atmos and 7.1 Channel Surround Sound, tuned by boAt’s Plugin Labz. However, it has comes with a 50mm drivers that offer 3D spatial audio. They are built to provide a 360° audio experience with pin-point accuracy, which is important in games. It is lightweight, and the ear cups are soft and cozy for long listening sessions.

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Moreover, it comes with dual denoising adjustable mics with ENx technology. And it connects via a long, braided cable that put a stop to in a USB Type-A port. Completing the gaming attractiveness is the RGB lights on the ear cups, which have breathing light effects.

Further, the boAt Immortal 1000D comes in 2 colours – Black and White Sabre. And also it is available on and boAt Website for Rs. 2499.

Commenting on the launch of boAt Immortal 1000D, Sameer Mehta, Co-Founder said:

We are very excited to launch our very first gaming headphone – the Immortal 1000D in India. The Indian gaming industry has grown to become one of the world’s largest e-gaming markets due to the fast and affordable connectivity of the internet and smartphones, and we want to provide specialized audio accessories and peripherals to professional as well as casual gamers and enthusiasts. The pandemic further elevated online gaming as an alternative entertainment option for many people, including a large part of our boAthead community

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