ambient noise and cable are perhaps the greatest enemies of musical enjoyment while using a pair of headphones. with the Phiaton Chord MS 530 Bluetooth Headphones with active noise cancellation, you are essentially getting rid of both nuisance for good. this pair of Phiaton-usual sleek wireless headphones let you enjoy what the 40mm Titanium drivers have to offer by cutting out up to 98 percent of the ambient background noise, while the built-in Bluetooth 4.0 technology with aptX lets you do so without the hassle of dealing with pesky cable. with the cans fully charged, it offers up to 30 hours of music playback, or up to 18 hours with both Bluetooth and active noise cancellation activated.

a dual microphone setup ensures that the other party can here you loud and clear by separating you voice from the surrounding background noise. also included in this Bluetooth headphones is Phiaton’s Everplay-X technology that allows continue usage of the cans if the battery ever runs out, or when Bluetooth is restricted or not available. for the latter, a detachable cord lets you ‘hardwire’ the cans for situation where the environment bars the use of Bluetooth (such as on an airplane), or when the battery powering the Bluetooth ran flat. the Phiaton Chord MS 530 Bluetooth Headphones is slated to be available from October 8, 2013 for $349 a pop. hit the jump for a few more look and a product promo video.

Published by Mike chua

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