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Philips unveils a new range of audio products ahead of the festive season


Philips, a brand that leverages advanced technology to deliver a quality product to its consumer, has launched a wide range of audio products that compromise personal listening as well as indoor use. The products are:

  • Headphones
  • Soundbars
  • Bluetooth Speakers

The new audio products launched by Philips add more options across all categories. It brings new features to the latest devices such as Google Assistant, Dolby Atmos tuning, and 3D surround sound.


Philips unveils a new range of audio products ahead of the festive seasonAs per the information available, there were two new headphones launched under the category of Philips’s performance range. The headphone models were named as TAPN805 and TAPN505.

TAPN505: it is a wireless over-ear headphone with active noise cancellation. It supports Google Assistant and built-in to read notifications. These headphones can be used to make calls and manage playlists. It comes with a battery life of 30 hours. The price of TAPN505. Is Rs. 13,990

TAPN805: it is an in-ear neckband earphone and features Google Assistant. It comes with a battery life of 14 hours and is priced for Rs. 11.990

Apart from these two headphones, Philips also launched the Upbeat True Wireless headphones. These headphones come with a charging case, which can also be used as a power bank. Users can connect these headphones with Bluetooth 5.0 and have long-lasting battery life. The Philips SHB2505 will range from Rs 7,999, and the Philips SHB2515 will start from Rs. 8,999.


Philips unveils a new range of audio products ahead of the festive seasonPhilips introduced two soundbars to its Audio range. The two soundbars are named the HTL3320 and HTL3310, respectively. Both these soundbars emphasize on sound quality. The soundbars come with a sleek profile and can be mounted on a wall or tabletop. These soundbars can be connected to TVs, gaming consoles, MP3 players, and DVD players. The soundbars feature twin tweeters and virtual surround sound technology, which can simulate a 5.1 experience. The HTL3320 is priced for Rs. 20,990, and the HTL3310 is priced for Rs. 18.990.


Philips unveils a new range of audio products ahead of the festive seasonPhilips introduced the Philips BT6620 Bluetooth speaker. These speakers have lights on the outside that play along with the beats of the song. The Philips BT6620 is a splash-proof Bluetooth speaker and comes in black, red, and blue color variants and will be available at Rs 5,990.

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