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Amkette Tango Connected Headphones Launched Exclusively via Amazon for 1,495 INR

Usually, there is an issue when it comes to sharing the earplugs while listening to music or audio that comes from a single sound source. It will compromise the sound and listening to it gets inconvenient the users will have to stay in one position to prevent the earplugs from falling off the ear. On the whole, the lack of connected headphones ruins the overall audio experience.

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To resolve this issue, Amkette has come up with the new Amkette Tango that is amed to revolutionize the audio experience. Users can share their favorite music with their friends using the same device. There is an innovative sharing port in the Amkette Tango that allows users to connect headphones between one another without compromising on sound and convenience. It ensures superior sound experience and its sturdy design facilitates rugged usage.

The Amkette Tango comes in three fashionable colors with four customizable decals. Each headphone has four designer decals to suit the user’s mood and style in and it becomes four different headphones on the go.

The Amkette Tango has a foldable form factor that makes it extremely convenient to carry in backpacks and fits perfectly in the users’ pockets.

The built-in sharing port lets users to connect multiple headphones together without compromising on the sound. It is fully collapsible and can be compressed into the size of a tennis ball making it compact. There are inline controls for a great hands-free and music control experience and the angled gold plated connector helps in resisting sudden shocks and jerks, thereby making the headphones long lasting and durable. An additional mobile adapter enables multiple device connectivity.

Amkette Tango is priced at Rs 1,495 and is available exclusively via Amazon India. The three attractive color options include Black, White and Grey, and Dark Blue and Light Blue.


Abhishek Bhatnagar

Abhishek Bhatnagar, a known technology blogger & YouTuber from India. A Software Engineer by qualification, now he works as the editor-In-Chief, Webmaster, & Managing Director at Gadgets To Use. He runs a number of other technology websites as well.