By: Nirupam Manik, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : November 07, 2016 1:50 pm
The earphones were launched back in August in various parts of the word including USA and UK.
Earphones have come back into focus with a vengeance, ever since the iPhone 7 plugged the jack and made it wireless. Suddenly, you will do well to know the right size for you, and at least some of the basics to look out for.
Back in August 2016, OnePlus introduced the second version of its Bullets earphones. The earphones were launched in the United States and UK then at a price of $19.95 or Â£15.99. Last week, OnePlus finally launched the Bullets V2 in India at Rs 1,199 and one can purchase them from OnePlus India online store. The earphones are already out of stock but we expect OnePlus to be quick to bring them back in stock soon.
Just to brief out about whats in store on these pair of earphones from OnePlus, the company tied up with a German firm LOFO to come up with the Bullets V2. LOFO specializes in audio technology and has an experience of about 88 years in the industry. As a result, we get a light weight yet extremely well built pair of earphones that feature ARYPHAN polyarylate diaphragm along with an aluminium coil inside making it look stylish as well as durable.
Further, the Bullets V2 weighs only 14 grams and also feature an in-line remote which helps in controlling music and attending to calls. Jumping more into the specifications, the Bullets V2 come with 9mm dynamic drivers, SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface) of 107dB, 3mW rated power and a frequency response rangin from 20Hz â€“ 20,000Hz. Additionally, it features silicone tips and have an impedance of 24ohms. It comes with 3 size of earbuds: Small, Medium and Large and has a wire length of 1.25m. There are two variants, White Remix and Black Mix.
Launching these new Bullets V2 back in August, OnePlus claimed that these earphones are built especially for OnePlus 3 but that doesn't mean it can't be used with any other device with 3.5 mm headphone jack. We are yet to test these earphones so stay tuned for our detailed review.
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