Philips Fidelio M1BTBL/00 Bluetooth On-Ear Headphones Compatible with APT-X / ACC for Music / Phone Calls Blue
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- HD optimally vented 40mm neodymium speaker drivers
- Excellent passive noise isolation
- Closed-back architecture provides excellent sound isolation
- Bluetooth 4.0 compatible with AAC, APT-X and SBC
- Deluxe memory foam cushions for an ergonomic fit
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High Definition Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity makes the Philips Fidelio M1BT perfect for music indoors or on the go. Easy to use controls located on the headphone earshell allow you to switch seamlessly between music and calls.
1 meter USB charging cable
1 meter USB charging cable for recharging
1.2 meter audio cable included
The included 1.2 meter detachable audio cable allows headphones to be plugged directly into devices, keeping music going even when the headphone battery has been exhausted.
40mm high definition drivers
Each speaker is carefully tested and arranged to ensure the most balanced and natural sound. The 40mm drivers utilize high power neodymium magnets to deliver true high definition sound in a wide dynamic range, reproducing even the most minute details.
Aluminum earshells selected for their strength reduce unwanted vibration and resonance. A double-layered construction allows the headphones to be more rigid, effectively dampening the vibration for an accurate sound.
Bluetooth4.0; AAC, APT-X & SBC
Advanced Bluetooth 4.0 technology, compatible with AAC, APT-X and SBC, makes for superb, high definition musical enjoyment.
The acoustic closed-back architecture specially designed to eliminate any unnecessary sound leakage and preserve sound details. The result is excellent bass extension.
Deluxe memory foam cushions
The materials used for the Fidelio M1 have been carefully selected to ensure long-wearing comfort and enhanced sound performance. Memory foam earpads with breathable materials disperse pressure and heat build-up, so the Fidelio M1 headphones feel and sound exceptional.
Intuitive buttons placed conveniently on the earshell make it easy to switch between music and calls. Change track, volume, play and pause your music, or pick up, hang up and change the volume of any phone call.
Excellent noise isolation
The combination of a closed back design, precision construction, and memory foam cushions prevent unwanted background noise from interfering with the music.
Audio cable: 3.5 mm
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Top Customer Reviews
I looked at, and listened to the Harmon-Kardon BT's which were good, but not quite there... The Bose QC15's were too plasticky and way overpriced for their sound quality, the same can be said of anything with "Dr Dre" in the name, my Daughter has a (genuine) pair of Beats Studio, that cost around £250, and my £30 Sennheiser CX300's jump all over them for sound quality...
THEN I started reading about these - As said elsewhere, they were WhatHiFi's "Best Bluetooth Headphones" of £2013, and that was at the RRP of £250.. I'd pretty much settled on them, even at that price, but then spotted them on Amazon, and sold by Amazon (rather than a third party, which is important to me, as reduces possibility of "fakes") for the bargain price of £157..
Received next day, fully charged.. Paired in seconds to my Galaxy S4 (with APTX).. WOW.... The sound quality is nothing short of awesome..... Styling is great, quality, but not too overstated, build quality is also excellent, nice leather and tactile stitching on the headband, aluminium elsewhere.. They are also neither too light, nor too heavy, with a nice quality feel to them.
Bluetooth range is good, I can walk to the top floor of our (3 storey) house, whilst the phone is on the worktop in the kitchen, and not skip a beat, the APTX is also fantastic, with a VERY noticeable improvement in sound quality over a non APTX bluetooth connection, as on my Galaxy Note, in fact there is no discernable quality loss between APTX Bluetooth, and the wired connection.Read more ›
Bass is rich without being boomy, sounds so clear and open especially using Bluetooth, where i expected a loss of quality, which truly isn't the case. After listening to all types of music through these headphones, I can highly recommend them, especially with dance tracks. I really love the clever useful dial at the side of the right earpiece with all the adjustments I require to change volume and track amongst other things. Poor quality recordings sound exactly that, however, with high quality recordings these headphones really begin to sparkle. They fit well on the head, without feeling to heavy and are very comfy. I have worn them for 3 hours straight without feeling uncomfortable (your ears will get warm though) thats just par for the course really. After the first initial charge, they will last a good number of hours.
I have purchased a 5m lead which connects from my headphones to my hifi equipment which is great for listening to quality lossless cd playback through the jack on the CD player and other sources.
You know when you like a pair of headphones when you get to the stage of stopping critically examining them and start enjoying the sound they produce, which is a hard thing to come by these days.
I have had Philips hifi headphones before and will continue to buy from them if they keep producing quality products like this. Well done Philips!.
I would not say they are particularly heavy, but they can have a vice-like grip on your head which can cause annoyance with prolonged use. I find the earshell controls intuitive and easy to use. In short they generally look, feel and sound fantastic. I bought them on the basis of the recent What HiFi review / award.
As a headset though, they are let down by the lack of a talk-through button, and the microphone does not adequately pick up voice for phonecalls - so these cannot really be used as a headset proper. My favourite all-rounders are the versatile Sennheiser 450-X - which have an improved feature set, and really do work for phonecalls, although their noise-cancellation is decidedly average. The Sennheisers sound pretty good too. They are very lightweight, fully foldable and extremely portable.
Best noise cancellation I've experienced is on Bose QuiteComfort, but their all-plastic construction undermines the quality proposition. The headbands of both the Bose headphones I have owned have cracked / broken within a year.
If you're looking for the best sounding bluetooth headphones, then the B1BTs definitely fit the bill, if you intend to use these for all your daily life - trip to the shops, answering phone, travel etc. - then you should go for the Sennheiser 450-X.
They look good, although they're navy blue not black (which I hadn't realised, would have preferred black).
Comfort wise however they lose marks, I don't have to be wearing them very long when I start to feel pressure on the top of my head Whereas my previous headphones were really comfortable and I wouldn't notice they were there, these ones I have to keep moving around so that my head doesn't hurt.
Update: after only having them a few weeks the left side stopped working when using them via bluetooth (still works with the wire but that's not what I got them for!) so I'm having to return them. I'll get another pair though and hopefully they'll be better as have only seen one other person with this problem
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really like these headphones, great sound but suddenly stopped charging and i've no idea where I can get them fixedPublished 13 days ago by L Williamson
Great value. Easy to use and great sound. Battery life is amazing. Bluetooth set up very easy. Nice comfortable headphones at bargain price.Published 5 months ago by H S Carter
Not bad but the high end is lacking clarity and sparkle. Well built.Published 8 months ago by peterdc
I've had these headphones for about a year now. At first they were excellent and sound quality is very good.
Unfortunately the build quality really lets them down. Read more
Did a lot of research before deciding on these phones and was hoping the phones would be just what I needed ... how wrong could I be !! Read morePublished 15 months ago by Paul
I have this phones for more than a year now, and i have to say these are far the best headphones under £200 that i have ever tried, giving a slap on the face of many corded sets in... Read morePublished 18 months ago by vilmos csehi
Excellent headphones, but do get a bit warm after wearing for a while.
Good controls, good range, comfortable to wear. Read more