Indian audio market has grown immensely over the past few years. Thanks to Covid-19 pandemic, there will be hardly any corporate working household without a headset. The main reason behind the boom is the evolution of the true wireless earbuds. The TWS has helped the users to take the benefit of earphones without getting stuck in the wires of earphones.
Lumiford, the Indian consumer electronics brand, is ready to step ahead and take benefit of this booming market. When the demand is high in the market, as a company you don’t have to innovate much. Lumiford is trying to capitalise on that growth by launching more products. The new products will attract more customers. Expansion of portfolio will aid Lumiford in eating their competitor’s market share and increase their own pie. The company has decided to launch three new products which can lure more customers towards them. These new products are named Lumiford HD50, Lumiford HD60 and Lumiford HD70 headphones.
They all are a part of their Long Drive HD series. All three headsets will come along foldable headband design. This design helps the user by increasing or decreasing the size of the headband so that you personalize on the basis of your requirement. The other two impressive and attracting features of this series of headphones are 40mm HD True-Bass Drivers and passive noise cancellation.
One thing to note is that none of the three offers you Active Noise Cancellation (ANC). This is one aspect which can really demotivate the customers to head towards the three Lumiford products. They have a frequency response range of 20Hz to 20KHz.
The three headsets house a 400mAh battery cell and support fast charging which is very crucial for users who cannot charge their headset over and over again. The battery will last for 10 hours on the HD50 and can give you up to up to 12 hours of playback on the HD60 and HD70.
The HD50 is priced at Rs. 2599 or ~$35. The HD60 comes in at Rs. 2999 or ~$41. The top-end product of this series, the HD70, comes for Rs. 3699 or ~$50.