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Philips Fidelio L2 headphone review - Hurray for detail

Comfort & Specifications

Comfort

When it comes to comfort, the L2 is both a hit and a miss. While the cups are great (on small / mid-sized ears), the headband could use some improvement. It’s way too thin, and the padding isn’t nearly as generous as it looks, or as it should be. The result is a noticeable, and slightly unpleasant sensation after a few hours of continuous use.

It isn’t a painful experience, but if you happen to wear the cans the same way every day, with the headband resting in the same area, I wouldn’t be surprised if it started to hurt. Compared to the Senheiser Momentum, those cans have a better headband (and are considerably lighter), but the ear-cups are not nearly as comfortable.

Specs

Below, you will find a table detailing Fidelio L2's specs:

 

Specs
Driver

Type: Over-ear (semi-open)

Driver Diameter: 40 mm dynamic neodymium

 Sensitivity

Headphone: 105 ±3 dB

Frequency Response

Headphone: 12 ~25.000Hz

Maximum Input

200mW

Impedance

16 Ohm

Cable & Connection

Cable: 2x1.2m nylon braided cable
Connection: 4-Pole 3.5mm Mac, Mobile and Tablets, 3-Pole 3.5mm (with 6.3mm adapter) for PC; 

Weight

260 g

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