Over the years I’ve been lucky enough to test out an extremely wide range of headphones and headsets. In that time I have refined exactly what I like in a headset and none of the headsets I have had come in checked the main few bells for me. I love full-sized headphones and headsets, I have a big head and love when the cup isn’t pushing or touching my ears. For the headband, I prefer a suspension design. I love velour padding, this is one of those options that almost none of the normal designs have other than the old Sennheiser’s and recently Steel Series offered them as an upgrade. Then of course I want solid audio quality and an open design if possible to keep from getting to hot. Well, Philips sent a note over about their successor to the Fidelio X2 which not surprisingly is named the Fidelio X3 and they have the velour ear cups, suspension headband, and a large open-air design. But do they also sound good? I’ve been using them for the last few weeks and with them coming out this month I wanted to take a closer look at them and check out their performance.

Product Name: Philips Fidelio X3

Review Sample Provided by: Philips

Written by: Wes Compton

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Specifications

Materials

Muirhead leather

Velour

Kvadrat fabric
Aluminum

Acoustic system

Open

Product dimensions

Depth - 11  cm

Height - 23  cm

Weight - 0.38  kg

Width - 19  cm

Cable Connection

detachable Oxygen free cable (3m)

Distortion

<0.1% THD

Diaphragm

LMC

Speaker diameter

50 mm

Sensitivity

100 dB @ 1mW

Maximum power input

500 mW

Impedance

30 Ohm

Frequency response

5 - 40 000  Hz

Magnet type

Neodymium

Type

dynamic

Included Accessories

3.5 - 6.3 mm adapter

Cable clip

Warranty

1 Year

 

 

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