High fidelity, premium quality. Wherever you go.Fidelio L1 headphones combine the highest standards in sound and comfort for an authentic listening experience. Expertly engineered for natural sound as faithful to the original as possible. Exquisitely crafted for long-lasting comfort.
Product Type: Headset
General Features: Noise Isolation
Headphone Type: Circumaural, Over-the-head
Headset Type: Stereo
Interface Connection: Mini-phone
Product Title: Philips Fidelio Over Ear Headband Headphones
Power Score: 4.6 | 3 Reviews
Overall Min Frequency Response: 12 Hz
Sensitivity: 105 dB
Overall Max Frequency Response: 25 kHz
Depth: 3.1 in
Weight: 9.58 oz
Height: 8 in
Cord Length: 3.61 ft
Width: 6.8 in
Warranty Information: 1 Year
URL: Manufacturer Link
Diameter (Speaker Element): 1.57"
Product Reviews (3)
Perefect for the office
Strengths: Stable and comfortable ear shellsgreat sound qualityno noise outside the ear shells
Weakness: Quite pricyquite largebass drums tend to get a bit lost
For years Ive listened to my music at work with those little in-ear headphones. And I was perfectly happy with them. Until I got my hands on the Philips Fidelio L1 a few weeks ago. A world of difference! The clear sounds blew me away. Big pro is that even with the volume down, you can still enjoy all aspects of your music.Sound:The quality of the sound is excellent and crystal clear, thanks to...
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For years Ive listened to my music at work with those little in-ear headphones. And I was perfectly happy with them. Until I got my hands on the Philips Fidelio L1 a few weeks ago. A world of difference! The clear sounds blew me away. Big pro is that even with the volume down, you can still enjoy all aspects of your music.Sound:The quality of the sound is excellent and crystal clear, thanks to the High Definition neodymium- drivers. Each music variety displays well and with subtle music such as jazz all minute details are audible. When listening to Dance music, the bass drums vibrated less than they did with my old in-ears, but only with a windows application. When combined with an Apple product, bass intensity is easier to adapt. Design and useThe design is elegant and minimalistic, very sophisticated. The headphones features can be adapted in every little detail to perfectly fit your head. The over-ear ear shells are very comfortable, even after a long while, with minimal sweating. The materials are durable, but the headphone is still light in weight. There are 3 cords, which can be coupled, so the length of the cord is adaptable. One of the cords comes with a remote for an I Phone. It works like a charm, but only combined with Apple.According to Philips, the Fidelio L1 is the ideal headphone for on the road, but for me, it is too big for that. The chocks of for example stepping disturb the music. The carrier bag is very pretty, but seems a little poor as protection. Interaction with your surroundingsDespite the semi-open back architecture of the ear shells, a passer-by will not notice any music escaping the Fidelio L1. Even with big bass drums, the isolation is perfect. For the listener, the isolation to the environment is perfectly balanced. Little to no noise enters, except for loud noises such as a phone ringing or your boss yelling.
By liesebees - Apr 18, 2013
Philips Fidelio L1 Headphones
THE GOOD: The <b>Philips Fidelio L1 headphones</b> are full-size, over-the-ear headphones with a top-grade build, user-replaceable headphone cables, and an inline remote with a microphone and volume controls. THE BAD: The Fidelio L1s cant fold for compact storage and the soft travel pouch doesnt offer much protection. THE BOTTOM LINE: The beautifully built Philips Fidelio L1...
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By cnet.com - Mar 21, 2012
Philips Fidelio L1
Testseek.com has collected 36 expert reviews for Philips Fidelio L1 and the average expert rating is 86 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek.com to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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By testseek.com - Apr 12, 2012