Amkette has launched a slew of new products including the Trubeats Free Spirit and Slix headphones, and the Trubeats Metal and Solo portable speakers from its Acoustix family of affordable devices. These products are a part of the company’s Trubeats series. These Trubeats mobile audio products are available at prices ranging from Rs 1,295 to Rs 3,195. Also Read - JBL launches three headphones in India, price starts from Rs 11,999: Check features
The Trubeats Spirit and Slix headphones are compatible with all smartphones, tablets and laptops, while the Free Spirit is also compatible with MP3 Players. Talking about specifications, the Free Spirit comes in three models named as Rebel, Rasta and Tao which differentiate on the basis of colors. These wired headphones offer a built-in mic and remote for music and call control. The Spirit is priced for Rs 1,995. Also Read - Apple AirPods Studio to come with head and neck detection: Check expected price and features
The Slix, on the other hand, comes in an interesting design with magnetic clips given on the speakers, which makes them look different as well as portable. The wireless headphone can be connected via Bluetooth, and work at a range of up to 10m. The headphones come with 150mAh Li-ion battery with close to 5 hours of operational time and 100 hours of standby time. These are available in red and black colors and are priced for Rs 3,195.
The range of Trubeats speakers includes the Metal and Solo (Jukebox and Wireless), which are pretty small in size but deliver loud sound. The Metal is basically cylindrical in shape and is made of metal alloy drum which adds weight to it and makes it quite heavy. It supports Bluetooth with a connectivity range of up to 10m. The headphone might look small but offers a frequency of 180Hz-20KHz, with a playback time of up to 8 hours. These are priced for Rs 2,995.
The Solo speakers come in two models – Jukebox and Wireless, with the major differences being the Bluetooth connectivity, battery backup and price. The Jukebox also has an in-built mic. The Jukebox offers up to 10 hours of playback, while the Wireless can play music for up to 6 hours. Besides these, both the models look alike, are quite handy, and available in some interesting colors. Moreover, these can be connected to one another through its unity jack system to make a chain, which the company claims does not affect the sound quality of the speakers. The Solo Jukebox is priced for Rs 1,295 and the Solo Wireless is priced for Rs 1,995.