Sony Inzone H3, H7 and H9 headsets now available for purchase in India – Times of India

In July, Sony introduced its Inzone series of gaming headphones, consisting of three models — Inzone H3, Inzone H7 and Inzone H9. Now, the three gaming headphones have made their way to India, officially available for purchase at ShopAtSc.com and Amazon India.
Sony Inzone H3, H7 and H9 gaming headphones: Price, availability in India
The Sony Inzone H3 comes at Rs 6,990, and the Inzone H7 costs Rs 15,990, while the top-of-the-line Inzone H9 bears a price tag of Rs 21,990. The three headphones are available to purchase through ShopAtSC and Amazon. The deliveries are expected to begin on September 27 for these headphones.
Sony Inzone H3, H7, H0 gaming headphones: Specifications, features and more
Sony’s new gaming headphones – Inzone H3, H7 and H9 – feature a similar design but have different features, distinguishing them from each other. The three headphones come with support for Inzone Hub and are Discord certified. Further, these are compatible with PlayStation 5 and PC.
The Inzone H3 has a unidirectional boom microphone, while the Inzone H7 and H9 come with bidirectional boom microphones. The H3 is a wired headphone whereas the H7 and H9 are wireless headphones. The Inzone H9 offers noise cancellation and ambient sound mode while these features are not available on the other two Inzone headphones.
The Inzone H9 offers battery life of up to 20 hours with noise cancellation and the H7 claims up to 40 hours of battery life. The three headphones support AAC and SBC audio codec.

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