18 September 2011

high end headphone Philips Fidelio L1

Philips has decided to try their hand at a new product category - high-end class headphones. The debut model Philips Fidelio L1, according to the manufacturer, allows customers "hear even the smallest details of original composition."

Fidelio L1 headphones have aluminum semi-open aluminum bodies and are supposed to customers "maximum comfort." The form of aluminum cups designed in a special way to minimize resonance and vibration effects. The design incorporates 40mm speakers with a magnet made from material containing neodymium. Specially shaped ear-pads repeat the natural shape of the ear and help improve the sound.

As stated in the press release of the new gadget all the callibration works were "implemented by the Commission of Experts Philips Golden Ears, whose delicate ears made it possible to create models that make the sound as natural and detailed as it can be." With regard to the basic technical data: impedance - 26 ohms, power - 50 mW, frequency range - from 10 Hz to 25 kHz.

Here comes a nice addition to crystal clear sound which is built-in microphone and remote for iPhone. The package includes a cable with a 3.5 mm jack, adapter for connection to a 6.3 mm jack and headphone storage pouch. According to preliminary data, Philips Fidelio L1 will cost 250 Euros.

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2 komentar:

rie said...

hmm nice article..

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Gadgetroid S said...

Its amazing what is is happening with headphones this days. Beats By Dre are very good. Would you be willing to spend $1000.00 on headphones? Try Grado. Also with wireless and airplay like technologies, cordless head are definitely the way to go.

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