Philips Fidelio X2HR

Place to discuss the X2HR

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@AudioTool you can post about it here

Heh heh. About that. I messed up and I’ll have to rewrite a significant amount of that post. So… it’ll be a few days. :grimacing:

I lied. I found some time to fix it.

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I used to own the original X2. They had comfort issues such as the ones you pointed out, and the sound was only average but undeniably V shaped fun. The ear pads were a velvety material that was soft, but very itchy after an hour of use.

I was hoping to hear the HR revision was better, but I don’t think there is much improvement there based on your review.

Thanks for posting that

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I don’t think the sound really changed much, let alone improved much, between the X2 and X2HR. Maybe the X3 will be better.

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The sound may not have changed much, but the comfort sure has. The X2HRs are the most comfortable headphones I’ve ever owned.

You can see here just how much I love the Fidelio X2HRs

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You’d probably love the AKG line of headphones too as they use a similar design. My AKG 712 PRO are the most comfortable headphones I’ve ever tried on.

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