FIDELIO X1 PDF

Unlike the Philips Fidelio L1 and the Philips Fidelio M1 , these are open-back headphones intended for at-home use rather than to supply tunes on the way to work. Sets like this tend to provide the best sound quality of all headphones. The Philips Fidelio X1 have a lot to prove. Philips is keen to big-up that they are headphones that are meant to both sound and look good.

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Things picked up early last year when the company totally revamped its headphone lineup, and the Fidelio Series turned a lot of heads. Philips was in the big leagues and fully competitive with the majors.

The luxurious look of the design appeals to a more adult crowd than any of the shiny plastic and bling-encrusted headphones crowding the market. I like that, but the one downside is that people nearby will hear some sound leaking from the X1.

That might rule out wearing them to bed. The user-replaceable foot-long, cloth-covered cable is terminated with a beautifully finished, all-metal 0. That long cable is great at home but might prove a little unwieldy on the bus. The open- versus closed-back contrasts were no less decisive. The X1 puts you in the scene, not quite as realistically as a great home theater speaker system would, but better than a lot of headphones. Sound quality was consistent at soft, medium, and loud playback levels.

The Tucson, Arizona, Tex-Mex-flavored band was augmented with strings and brass. The scale of the presentation was awe inspiring, but when front man Joey Burns takes center stage with just his acoustic guitar, the sound made my heart skip a beat. I also racked up more listening hours on my desktop, where the connection to the music was total. Specs Type: Open-back, circumaural over the ear Driver size: 50 mm.

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Philips Fidelio X1 Review

Ah, the Philips Fidelio X1 headphone. From the first moment I listened to the X1, my impression have been very positive. However when you look at the positives of the X1, not only does it sound very good in a review like this, it also sounds really good when you are listening to it. All without losing the bottom end weight and punch. I did go back to the once or twice during my few weeks with the X1. After just weeks with the X1 however, I went back to the and there it was: that slow, sluggish sound that felt a little veiled.

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Things picked up early last year when the company totally revamped its headphone lineup, and the Fidelio Series turned a lot of heads. Philips was in the big leagues and fully competitive with the majors. The luxurious look of the design appeals to a more adult crowd than any of the shiny plastic and bling-encrusted headphones crowding the market. I like that, but the one downside is that people nearby will hear some sound leaking from the X1. That might rule out wearing them to bed. The user-replaceable foot-long, cloth-covered cable is terminated with a beautifully finished, all-metal 0. That long cable is great at home but might prove a little unwieldy on the bus.

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Philips Fidelio X1 review

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