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Philips Fidelio T1: aiming for the top among fully wireless headphones with a two-way sound system

The Fidelio range already has its high-end completely wireless headphones: the new Philips Fidelio T1. After getting to know the Fidelio X3 and its over-the-ear format, now comes the equivalent for TWS. A powerful and ambitious active noise canceling headphones, a promising battery and a design with materials such as metal and leather that provide a good appearance.

These are the characteristics of the Philips Fidelio T1, the first Philips ‘true-wireless’ looking to live up to that hackneyed ‘premium’ product label. A product category that was missing in the manufacturer’s catalog and that with these new Fidelio T1s the proposal is completed.

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Philips Fidelio T1 data sheet

Philips Fidelio T1


10 mm (two way)

Noise Cancellation

Active (6 microphones)

Hybrid Noise Cancelling Pro+


Bluetooth 5.2

Google Fast Pair




9h / 25 hours (with ANC and charging case) 13h / 35 hours (without ANC and charging case)




299,99 euros

10nm drivers and a two-day audio design

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The Philips Fidelio T1 arrive with a two-way based sound system, with double speaker to combine deep bass with detailed sounds, the company explains.

We have a large 10mm dynamic driver and a Hybrid Noise Canceling Pro + active noise cancellation system, which promises to fit every situation. As a complement, it incorporates up to six sizes of silicone pads with three sizes of foam.

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The Fidelio T1 add LDAC codec for wireless playback. A plug-in connectivity system with Bluetooth 5.2 y el sistema Google Fast Pair to link with the mobile quickly and easily.

The headphones feature touch controls to play, skip and pause songs, plus a hands-free system to send voice commands through Google Assistant. Philips has taken care of the voice system by incorporating up to six microphones – three in each yolk.

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At the battery level, the Philips Fidelio T1 promise up to 9 hours of playback with active noise cancellation, expandable up to 25 hours if we pull the charging case. Some levels that will go up until 1:00 p.m. and 35 hours of playback if we do not activate the cancellation. Quite promising figures and at the height of rivals such as the Sony WF-100XM4.

In total, it will take about two hours to charge them, with 15 minutes of charging up to one hour of autonomy.

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We are facing carefully designed headphones, with an infrared wear sensor to pause the music if we are not using them and a IPX4 splash resistant design.

The body of the Fidelio T1 has a brushed metal finish, while the charging case has the possibility of having a sustainable leather insert from Muirhead.

Versions and price of the Fidelio T1

The new Philips Fidelio T1 will be available from October at an official price of 299,99 euros. The company will allow you to choose between a black or silver color, with the respective covers lined with black or brown leather.