Earlier this year, we featured Philips’ Fidelio M1 Headphones. We found them not only great as a set of headphones, but also great as far as build quality and the luxurious element was concerned.
Today, Philips are introducing the Bluetooth version of the same headphones, and they go on sale from today at the suggested retail price of £249.99.
The key element in the design is making sure the quality of sound delivered is high, and for that reason these are one of the first headphones to adopt the latest Bluetooth 4.0 standard, along with APT-X (Android), AAC (Apple) and SBC for superior music streaming.
Obviously the design doesn’t stop there, as the headphones also have to pack in a rechargeable battery. Clever development has ensured that the new version of the headphones is packed in the exact same size as the wired versions. Hence an improved 40mm driver with better high frequency extension was specified, with a high magnetic neodymium motor assembly to provide wide dynamic range. It also features a revised port configuration, giving you a deeper bass combined with excellent noise isolation.
What all of the above means is that you will get even better sound quality from the Fidelio M1BT, and all this will still be lightweight and comfortable like wired version. Not to mention that they’ll be as stylish as ever.
It also features controls on the ear cans for easy functionality, and allows users to not only listen music, but also make and receive calls while on the go. It is compatible with a wide variety of phones, tablets, and similar devices.