Philips Fidelio M2L Headphones with Lightning Connector (Hi-Res, closed acoustic system) - black
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- High Resolution Audio (Hi-Res) plays your music in its purest form.
- Optimised 40-mm neodymium drivers for pure authentic sound
- Bass Reflex System delivers clear, dynamic and balanced bass
- Aluminium and stitched fine leather for premium look and feel
- Deluxe memory foam cushions for an ergonomic fit
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The M2L Headphones deliver Fidelio's signature sound in high resolution directly to your iOS device, without distortion or crosstalk, thanks to a Lightning connector and built-in DAC. Enjoy pristinely detailed sound anywhere, in style.
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From the Manufacturer
Experience the M2L Headphoes delivering high resolution and enjoy pristinely details sound everywhere, in style.
40 mm High-Definition Drivers
Each speaker driver is carefully hand picked, tuned and tested before being paired to ensure the most balanced natural sound. The 40 mm drivers utilise high power neodymium magnets to deliver true high definition sound in a wide dynamic range, reproducing even the most minute details.
Bass Reflex System (BRS)
The headphone's acoustic closed-back architecture features a bass reflex system that essentially comprises ear shells with strategically placed vents. Working in conjunction with the acoustic seal capture, they isolate every natural sound detail and deliver precise and dynamic bass, without any compromise on sound clarity.
The Philips Fidelio M2L lets you enjoy 24 bit 48 kHz high-resolution audio format streamed from your iOS device via the lightning connector. The M2L ensures the high listening experience, revealing every detail just as the artist intended.
Music Partner for iOS
Enjoy high resolution audio on your iOS device without distortion or crosstalk.
The Fidelio headphone features an acoustic seal, so not only you get high bass extension, but also immersive enjoyment of every detail of your music, without environmental disturbances.
Integrated DAC and Amp
The Digital-to-Analogue converter (DAC) integrated into the Philips Fidelio M2L gives you the freedom and mobility to enjoy your high-resolution music any time, anywhere. No hassles with lugging extra gear when you're out and about.
Attention to Every Detail
The Faux suede pouch offers headphone protection. When you're not using your headphones, just put them into the bag and keep them pristine in this specially designed pouch.
Top Customer Reviews
1. there is no way to answer a call using them, as they lack a microphone.....which is sometimes annoying, but less so on a flight
2. they can only be used with iphones/ipads via a lightening connector, which for me is not a problem, but still it does restrict them
3. I guess because of their integrated electronics which are powered via the iphone, they do tend to reduce the iphone charge a small bit quicker, which is annoying as you cant charge the iphone and use them at the same time (also I guess would be an issue with most battery cases which i think operate via mini usb)
BUT all that said, if you are into the apple world, these are great sounding headphones as good as if not better than my sony mdr-1rs and bose.
Noise isolation seems good, well no-ones complained
Wear-ability wise, i didnt have an issue, but i have a large Dara Ó Briain tyoe of head, so found that after a couple of hours wearing them, that my ears felt theyd been in a rugby scrum.....
but still great headphones that I use for travelling
I must say that the difference is easy to spot when you listen to your favourite songs, especially when you start exploring the world of hi-res audio files available on dedicated services.
The sound has a clarity and an openness that is difficult to get with other headphones
I have sent numerous emails to Philips customer 'care' but, rather like their cans, the all I'm getting is silence. I can't call them because I don't have a phone due to being autistic and being even less good on the phone as I am with email.
There’s a fundamental problem facing these M2L’s and it’s the DAC / headphone amp circuit combination in most Apple devices. That which lives in the iPhone 5S, 6 or 6S - or in an iPad - is really rather high quality and powerful enough to drive a broad range of sub-£200 headphones well, which means it isn’t all that easy to better it. OK, so it isn't perfect. Those of you who know what a FLAC file is will know that iPhones can’t output audio at better than CD quality through their headphone ports. That said, CD quality from a phone is good enough for me and iPhones are consistently at or very near the top of their class for MP3 to CD grade audio playback. All an iPhone normally needs is a pair of headphones that can do the normal headphone output justice. Almost any Sennheiser Momentums, for example. Or KEF M200’s for those than can get a good fit (I can but many can’t) and want to know what real quality bass sounds like. All these and several pairs of Bayerdynamics (e.g. T51p or T51i if you can afford them) will out perform these Fidelios with Apple Music or Spotify files.
None of the above applies if you have the iPhone SE. I don’t know what Apple has changed in their latest little phone but something is different. My guess is that the DAC is the same as the 6S but that the amp circuit is inferior. In my view it can’t drive headphones nearly as hard, the consequence being that lower range notes lose a fair portion of their weight and definition. It is by far the worst iPhone I’ve listened to for at least the last 5 years.
The Fidelio M2L offers clearly superior sound quality when plugged into an iPhone SE by bypassing the DAC and that headphone amp circuit.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Absolutely phenomenal product, superb sound quality and a really sleek professional looking productPublished 7 months ago by Dolphin-22
Brought because they had a lightning connector to connect directly to my iPhone and had an onboard DAC rather than 'lug around' a separate portable DAC. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Willowhayne (Allan)