Friday, September 3rd 2021

JBL Quantum 350 Brings Wireless Gaming to the Next Level

Immerse in the action like never before, without wires to get in the way. Meet the JBL Quantum 350 wireless gaming headset, the latest addition to the JBL Quantum Series. Designed to bring together the most accurate audio experience with gamer-grade lossless connectivity and comfort for epic gaming sessions, this headset is a must-have for gamers looking for an upgraded set-up.

When every sound matters and split-second timing is key, never miss a moment with lossless 2.4G wireless connectivity. Optimized for PC or PlayStation gamers via a wireless USB dongle, the JBL Quantum 350 delivers the ultimate competitive advantage during gameplay. From the quietest footsteps to the loudest laser blasts, JBL's QuantumSOUND Signature provides cinematic-quality audio from 40 mm drivers, and the immersive JBL QuantumSURROUND puts the player in the center of the game. The headset is also compatible with the JBL QuantumENGINE PC software, letting gamers customize the EQ, sidetone, mic and more.
Catch all the action with the JBL Quantum 350's 22-hour battery life. Need to recharge? The headset's speed charge functionality gives one-hour playback from a five-minute burst, and Power & Play allows the headset to charge simultaneously while in use. The lightweight headband and PU-wrapped memory foam ear cushions were made for marathon gaming sessions, so users can play even longer in total comfort.

The JBL Quantum 350 has a detachable, directional voice-focus boom mic so no matter how crazy the action gets, other players can always hear calls for backup or friendly banter. The headset was developed for Discord, the most popular chat application in the world, and in addition to being Discord-certified, the JBL Quantum 350 is compatible with Skype and TeamSpeak.

"Gaming is moving further into the mainstream with players requiring enhanced flexibility in their set-up. By adding the JBL Quantum 350 to our existing JBL Quantum series of headsets, we meet this need and deliver outstanding JBL sound and build quality with a feature set that is unmatched," said Dave Rogers, President, HARMAN Lifestyle Division. "A fully wireless headset lets gamers move around when playing, switching from PC to PS5, or getting further away from their devices but still hearing and feeling every sound."

JBL Quantum 350 is available in September for $99.95/€119 on JBL.com and select retailers.

Features of the JBL Quantum 350:
  • Gaming-grade lossless 2.4 GHz wireless connection via USB wireless dongle
  • 40 mm drivers powered by JBL QuantumSOUND Signature and immersive JBL QuantumSURROUND
  • 40 mme focus detachable boom microphone
  • JBL QuantumENGINE PC software compatible for full customization
  • 22-hour rechargeable battery with speed charge - five minutes charge via USB-C gives one hour playback
  • Lightweight and durable construction with PU-wrapped memory foam ear cushions
  • Discord-certified and works with Skype and TeamSpeak
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11 Comments on JBL Quantum 350 Brings Wireless Gaming to the Next Level

#1
TheLostSwede
This looks super cheap and tacky, and there's no way I'd pay $100 for it.
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#2
Tardian
wireless gaming headset ... Tardian's son frowns and then laughs.
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#3
P4-630
Wireless Gaming to the Next Level
:p
I already do that for years now with my Logitech G533....
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#4
TheUn4seen
But... without arr-gee-bee? How would people know you're a gamer?!
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#5
Blaylock
TheLostSwedeThis looks super cheap and tacky, and there's no way I'd pay $100 for it.
I've had several JBL earbuds and really like them. I know the can style headsets are a different ballgame, but I would be willing to give them a try if I wasn't in love with my HyperX Cloud II's already.
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#6
Khonjel
BlaylockI've had several JBL earbuds and really like them. I know the can style headsets are a different ballgame, but I would be willing to give them a try if I wasn't in love with my HyperX Cloud II's already.
I was also in love with my HyperX until the volume wheel started causing problem and the plastic bands (at each end of the headband. The ones where L and R markings are placed) disintegrated. Seems like it's a common issue. Good experience for almost 4 years though. But my next headphone won't have inline control and sure as hell won't be HyperX with their disintegrating plastic. Moreso with HP now owning them.
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#7
Blaylock
Hmm The Cloud II's in-line controls are buttons, not dials.
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Khonjel
Mine's CloudX. Basically a Cloud I with inline control. Also iirc the mic was from Cloud II. So it was a mismash of parts.
BlaylockHmm The Cloud II's in-line controls are buttons, not dials.
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P4-630
KhonjelMine's CloudX. Basically a Cloud I with inline control. Also iirc the mic was from Cloud II. So it was a mismash of parts.
Wireless is the shit :D Just not this one....
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#10
Sodahorse93
I have the regular jbl 300 and it sounds pretty good both audio quality and voice quality all things considered. however the build quality leaves alot to be desired.
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#11
thegnome
Doesn't really sound like an upgrade to my Cloud Stinger wireless, seems like maybe a bit better audio quality and less metal.
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