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JBL Quantum Gaming Range Launches in New Zealand

The JBL Quantum range has landed in New Zealand! Australia Next?

Great news announced today as one of the big hitters in the audio game — JBL, has launched their JBL Quantum range of gaming headsets and PC speakers in New Zealand. JBL has been in the audio game for a long time, delivering amazing sound performance since 1946 and now look to take gaming audio up to the next level. 

“We are very excited to be announcing the launch of the JBL Quantum Gaming products. This is the culmination of several years of research and development on behalf of our design team,” said Michael Sherman, Brand Activation Manager at HARMAN. “Esports and Gaming has surged to the forefront in recent years which has accelerated over the COVID19 lockdown period. The decision by Sport New Zealand earlier this year to recognise Esports as an official sport will only further advance its status and legitimacy which one day may rival traditional sports. We at Harman are looking to further enhance the gaming experience and establish a new benchmark in this evolving space.”

The JBL Quantum headset range comes in a variety to suit all types of gamers from wired to wireless, and entry to professional level. Best of all, all JBL’s headsets are fully compatible with any gaming system, including PC, Mac, Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, mobile and VR.

The QUANTUM ONE is the pinnacle of the JBL gaming brand as this wired headset gives you pro-level audio with head-tracking enhanced JBL Quantum SPHERE 360 spatial surround sound and Active Noise Cancelling tuned for gaming.

The QUANTUM 800 gives you accurate spatial audio positioning, lossless 2.4GHz, and Bluetooth dual-wireless capability. While the QUANTUM 600/400 & 300 all bring the games you love to life through the best sound on the market. If you are looking for a quailty headset but are on a budget — no worries as once again JBL has you covered with their QUANTUM 200 & 100 headsets coming in at $64.95 for the 100’s and $99.95 for the 200’s.

JBL have ensured that not only the gaming headset market will benefit from their products, the JBL Quantum DUO gaming speakers ensures that every sound in every game is brought to life and provides a great alternative for those gamers who prefer not to wear headsets.

Whilst this might be the best news for all gamers in New Zealand, the question needs to be asked… When is it Australia’s turn?

For all our previous coverage on JBL you can find that here.

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