Philips Fidelio T1 headphones are promised “signature Fidelio sound” – in fact, this is the debut of the flagship Fidelio line in the TWS class. A two-way hybrid system is responsible for the accuracy and sound quality of the novelty, in which the low-frequency range is fulfilled by a dynamic driver, and the high-frequency range – by the reinforcing one.
According to the press release, high-definition digital audio will provide Bluetooth 5.2 with the LDAC codec. The headphones will receive three microphones each, working to suppress and cancel out noise in telephone conversations. The settings for these modes and many others are available in the Philips mobile app.
Pairing with Android gadgets will be accelerated by Google Fast Pair technology, and Push-to-talk technology will allow you to use Google Assistant in hands-free mode. The ergonomically shaped case with a comfortable fit meets the IPX4 waterproof rating.
With ANC on, the Philips Fidelio T1 will last 9 hours – and add another 25 hours with a charging case. Without ANC, these numbers will rise to 13 and 35 hours, respectively. A full charge takes 2 hours and 15 minutes is enough for another hour.
The Philips Fidelio T1 is available in black or silver with a brushed metal finish and eco leather inserts from Scottish company Muirhead.