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Phiaton launches new Fusion and Chord headphones for the audiophile set

19 Sep

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Sennheiser, Klipsch, Phiaton… what is it about audio brands that don’t easily roll off the tongue? It’s the latter that interests us today, of course, after announcing two new sets of headphones for those who are serious about sound. The Chord MS 530 is a pair of beautifully designed Bluetooth 4.0 apt-X cans that pack active noise cancellation alongside dual microphones and 40mm titanium drivers. Rated for between 18-30 hours of battery life, the Chord will launch on October 8th for $350. If, however, that’s a bit rich for your blood, then the company is also launching the Fusion MS 430, which has been cast in lightweight carbon fiber and offers a pair of tangle-free leads and 40mm drivers, and a foldable design. The Fusion will launch on October 1st for $180, and so while you wait for Autumn to set in, check out the press gallery below.  by engadget

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Posted by on 19/09/2013 in IT

 

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