The Philips Fidelio range has been my go-to headphones for a long time. Not only do they give you a great quality, but the comfort I have had with them has not been matched by any others. That is why the first Fidelios I tried, the M1, which I reviewed a year or so ago, are my main headphones.
Philips have, over the years, added to the range, and now the NC1 have been released to the market. Bringing the enjoyment back to executive travel, being compact, foldable and lightweight, they offer advanced noise cancelling technology, using high quality components. The headphones are designed to give you good noise isolation, even when the noise cancelling feature has been turned off.
The design is based on the Fidelio M1BT, with the memory cushion and cavity design giving users extreme comfort and great design. Features such as Advanced hybrid ANC technology give you great noise cancelling, which the comfort has been designed to be ‘fit for long-haul’ flights.
- 40mm high definition drivers
- Best-in-class noise cancellation
- Consistent high fidelity sound
- Zero hiss
- Smart power solution
- Multi-way compact folding
- Mic with pick-up button
- Elegant hard travel case
- Air flight adaptor
The Philips Fidelio NC1 are not availble to buy, at the price of £249.
We hope to bring you a review soon!