JBL Quantum 400 Wireless Headset Price in Kenya and Specifications:
JBL Quantum 400 Price in Kenya is Ksh. 11,000. The JBL Quantum 400 is a good choice for PC gamers that brings companionship with its software which offers a graphic EQ and audio presets, customizable RGB lighting similar to those of JBL Quantum 800 and JBL Quantum 600 and has a lightweight construction. Find microphone volume control and sidetone in a dedicated app.
JBL Quantum 400 Price and Audio Specifications:
|Driver sensitivity at 1kHz/1mW (dB)
|Dynamic frequency response range (Hz)
|20 Hz – 20 kHz
JBL Quantum 400 Price in Kenya and Full Features:
|Price in Kenya
|Driver size (mm)
|Maximum input power (mW)
|Audio Cable Length
|3.9 ft/ 1.2 ft
|Charging time (hours from empty)
|Maximum Play Time (hours)
JBL Quantum 400 Inside The Box content:
JBL Quantum 400 comes with these accessories inside the Box.
|Type-C to Type-A charging cable
|3.5 mm audio cable
|Windshield foam for boom microphone
|Quick Start Guide
JBL Quantum 400 Detailed Features:
Quantum 400 is a decent choice for wired gaming. They come with both a 1/8″ TRRS and USB-A to USB-C cable, ensuring full audio and microphone compatibility regardless of what system you choose to game on. Their microphone also provides good overall performance, as it ensures your voice comes through clear and mostly absent of any background chatter.
JBL QuantumSOUND Signature
Enjoy the game’s most immersive sound experience with personalised surround sound powered by the included JBL QuantumENGINE PC software. JBL QuantumSURROUND™ puts you at the centre of the most engaging experience, allowing you to up your game and triumph over the competition. Also equipped with DTS headphone:X v2.0.
The JBL Quantum 400 has a distinctly gamer-oriented aesthetic with physical looks similar to those of Havit (HV-H2260U) Gaming USB7.1 Headset , Logitech H600 Wireless Headset and Sony MDR 7506 Headphones. They look quite similar to the JBL Quantum 800 Wireless, with a customizable RGB lighting scheme when used with a USB connection and made of glossy plastic ear cup which tends to show fingerprints. Their headband design is quite different, with a rubberized logo stamped into the top and audio cables discretely nestled on their inside surface.
JBL Quantum 400’s control scheme might be confusing. They feature infinite scrolling wheels for volume and channel mixing that are quite close to one another and lack any sort of audio or physical feedback, but all that is very manageable.