Reviews and Problems with Philips Fidelio M1 On-Ear
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[test] Fidelio M1 : il aurait pu être le casque parfait, mais Philips n’a pas voulu
14 January 2015
Summary: On tenait presque le casque parfait à (à peine) moins de 200€. Heureusement, Philips a compris que j’aimais chercher le casque idéal, ils ont donc décidé que ce ne serait pas celui-là, et ont choisi de développer pour lui une télécommande mono-bouton plutôt que de reconduire la télécommande 3...
Summary: I buy a pair of Fidelio M1 in Amazon for sale (70% discount) after reading some disagriment reviews. I just own some good headphones (hd880 600ohm hd990 pro 250ohm, grado sr60, yuin pk1-2-3, rockit sound r50 , and others) and I use ipod 5 amped with fiio 12 and fron 1 month now the wonderful Fiio...
Summary: This is my first attempt at a review, so if you make it to the bottom: Heres to you!
Philips latest headphone line is better summed up in one word: Awesome.
Sleek industrial design, modern indeed, yet classic and timeless. I thought of Grado (SR60-SR125), only not sort of cheap-looking.
Philips Fidelio M1 on-ear headphones: Comfortable and clear-sounding
13 May 2013
Summary: While they fall short of delivering truly excellent sound, the well-designed Philips Fidelio M1 on-ear headphones are comfortable to wear and well-suited for day-to-day use.
Pros: The, offer clear, natural sound and a very comfortable fit for on-ear headphones. They also fold flat, have an attractive design, and have an inline one-button remote/microphone for making cell phone calls. A protective carrying pouch is included.
Summary: The Philips Fidelio M1s combine great build quality with an excellent sound that is likely to appeal to fans of rock and electronic music. They might be a little pricey but they're a good option if you're looking to upgrade from your existing on-ear headphones.
Pros: Very sturdy build quality; great sound; attractive industrial style.
Summary: We don’t like wires. Wires are rubbish. But sometimes they’re a necessary evil, at least with audio, because going without tends to affect the sound quality. So when somebody tells us our music can sound its best without wires, we listen. And today, Philips has our ears with the Fidelio M1BTs.
Pros: Good looks, Neatly integrated controls, Great sound
Cons: Some rivals are more portable, No noise-cancelling
Summary: I’m always on the lookout for quality Bluetooth wireless headphones, and the Fidelio M1BTs from Philips are some of the best I’ve come across. Their grown-up sound, luxurious build quality and exceptional battery life (well in excess of 10 hours) suggest a £300-plus product, so their recommended...