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Philips has introduced in Russia, the world’s first headphones with Lightning interface

On the Russian market will start selling in-ear headphones Philips Fidelio M2L – first in the world that connect to iPhone and iPad via the Lightning connector. Presented at CES in the beginning of the year gadget made a splash earlier in the market of devices with similar capabilities.

Fidelio M2L has a built-in 24-bit DAC for high-quality converting the digital signal to analog, as well as a built-in amplifier.

“We are pleased to introduce new headphones Philips Fidelio M2L is our first device that has a direct digital connection to Apple technology. This means that we can provide sound incredible quality for our consumers today, and this opens up new opportunities for innovation in the future,” said Pascal van Leer, head of the Gibson Innovations for the production of headphones under the Philips brand.

Thanks to the Lightning connector headphones eliminate the possibility of interference and cross noise when listening to music. “Audiophile-grade components and precisely tuned 40 mm transducers with neodymium magnets provide the highest quality sound and wide dynamic range”, – is told in the company. Closed-ear design headphones provides high noise insulation, allowing you to hear even the subtle nuances of musical compositions.

To ensure the most comfortable fit and noise isolation earphones feature a breathable foam with memory effect, covered with leather. Frequency range headphones Philips Fidelio M2L is 7 – 25000 Hz, maximum input power: 150 mW, impedance: 16 Ohm sensitivity: 107 dB THD: <0,1%.

Headphones Philips Fidelio M2L will go on sale in June 2015. The recommended retail price of the product will be 16 499 rubles.

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