Philips Fidelio L3 Bluetooth headset test, online

The Philips Fidelio L series of headphones became benchmark from the L1, the first model of the line appeared in 2011. The Fidelio L2 marketed in 2014, more universal in its use with a lower impedance, has remained faithful to the fundamentals of its predecessor and confirmed all its qualities. In 2021, Philips is changing almost everything with the Fidelio L3 reference, now wireless headphones equipped with active noise reduction.

Philips has a long and prestigious history in the world of sound. Among the most important stages of the latter, we can of course cite its role in the invention of the audio CD (co-inventor of the format with Sony) at the beginning of the 80s, or the DCC cassette competing with the Sony minidisc at the beginning. the 90s, not to mention its superior performance Fidelio product line to which the new Philips L3 headphones belong.

Philips Fidelio L3, portable Hi-Fi headphones

After the first two very successful Fidelio L1 and Fidelio L2 models, the brand easily held the upper hand to the best representatives of the sector, Philips decided to convert the L3 to wireless and active noise reduction to meet new needs music lovers who want to take their music everywhere with them and convince travelers.

And to remain consistent with the predecessors of the L3, Philips has equipped the latter with the APT-X HD protocol in order to best preserve, in streaming mode, the sound reproduction quality of the headphones. And to go even further in terms of audio reproduction, it is of course possible to use the Fidelio L3 in Wired mode, even on the move, the headphones now closed not risking disturbing those around the user. This risky development, to say the least, allows the Philips Fidelio L3 to claim the label of nomadic Hi-Fi headphones, a concept not obvious on paper. A real great success!

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