Philips already left Apple acquired Beats audio dumbstruck with its first ever Lightening Headphones last year. Today at CES 2015, the electronics giant projected it futuristic move of how it plans to intensify the battle.
Philips today announced its new pair of noise cancellation called Fidelio NC1L, the successor to its NC1 noise cancellation headphones, that will use a Lightning connector. Yes, that’s right. That round headphone plug will go useless once you grab one of those pieces.
The Fidelio NC1L will draw power from the iPhone’s port itself instead of the standard batteries which were earlier used by its predecessor. The headphones will draw minimal amount of power from iPhone’s port and won’t substantially dump the battery anyhow.
Fidelio NC1L is designed for usage in a variety of environments, providing excellent cancellation of ambient noise and an ultra soothing sound that would serene your soul. Furthermore, the headphone boasts of its own integrated 24-bit digital-to-analog converter rather than the one Apple builds into its devices.
The Fidelio NC1L is expected to come around the month of April in US and will be available at $299.99.