Together with the top model Fidelio L2, at the IFA 2013 Philips announced two more. The familiar Philips Fidelio M1 got a wireless version with support for Bluetooth 4.0. A range of overhead headphones Philips replenished relatively inexpensive model CityScape Frames, against which the company draws a parallel with the premium segment of the points, but the promises and rather expensive components for a decent sound.
Philips Fidelio M1BT – so will be called ” Sinezub ” version – ready to appear in Europe for a suggested retail price of 250 euros, that is more expensive than their wired predecessors in a good third . According to official images look Fidelio M1BT will be more low-key , bright thread will give way to dark gray to match the main ” coat color ” of the device . But, as we know, does not look has led to a negative assessment of the model in the editorial review gg, a quiet sound , poor sound insulation and “pop ” sound, which makes the headphones are not suitable for listening to jazz and classical music. It is possible that the same ” sins ” will be driven and for wireless model. However, the stories we know many cases when the headphones are stylish and expensive materials with very heavy price found her a lot of fans among lovers of beautiful accessories and unpretentious music. And much doubt that Philips Fidelio M1BT look stylish, made of good quality materials and will work honestly title of “expensive accessory ” is not necessary.
Philips CityScape Frames are equipped with 40 – nm neodymium speaker ” for clean and sbalanirovannogo sound” , a microphone (that is before us all the same headset “and the ear pads ‘ for each ear .” They will be available in September in three colors: black, white and ” turtle .” First two color solutions will cost the Europeans in the 89 euro , and priglamurennye ” bug ” for 10 euros is more expensive.
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