The Phiaton Chord MS 530 are not only wireless via Bluetooth 4.0 but they’re noise cancelling and have a battery life of 18 to 30 hours depending on what you’re using them for. The price for them is $349 and they’ll be available to purchase on October 8th. The headphones have 40mm drivers in them and dual microphones so you can use these for talking as well when paired with your phone. I have an MP3 player but I use my phone a lot for music as I can connect wirelessly via Bluetooth and my HTC One has a great battery life as well, so it works out. Anyway, read on for some pics and more details..

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Phiaton’s latest addition ensures that nothing will come between you and your music, eliminating wires and ambient background noise in one shot with its Chord MS 530 Headphones.
“We’re effectively eliminating the need for more than one pair of headphones” said James Baik, President of Phiaton “with the Chord MS 530, you get incredible sound quality, active noise-cancellation, the flexibility of wireless Bluetooth technology and an unrivaled design that stands apart from competitors.”
The Chord MS 530 Headphones employ active noise-cancelling technology, allowing users to listen without outside disturbances, eliminating 98% of ambient background noise. Paired up with Bluetooth 4.0 technology, users are able to listen wirelessly, experiencing improved sound quality, increased range and extended battery life. Additionally the apt-X technology increases digital streaming efficiency and improves the overall dynamic range.
With 18-30 hours of talk/listening time, users will be able to enjoy their music throughout a long work day, flight or commute. They’ll also never need to remove the headphones as the MS 530s include a dual-microphone for making and receiving calls, using clear voice capture to separate the user’s voice from surrounding background noise. Additionally, Phiaton’s Everplay-X technology ensures that you can continue listening to music even if the battery runs out or if Bluetooth is restricted or unavailable.
“Frequent fliers will love these headphones” said James Baik, “The Chord MS 530s can be used as a day-to-day Bluetooth headset then converted into hard-wired noise-cancelling headphones aboard a plane to comply with airline Bluetooth restrictions.”
In addition to the Chord’s wide-range of useful features, Phiaton has also ensured the top-notch sound quality that Phiaton users have come to expect. Phiaton’s 40mm Titanium Driver Technology provides amazing sound reproduction. By adding a coat of titanium to the driver unit, the sound quality is enhanced, with deep rich bass and added sonic presence.
The Chord Headphones will be available beginning October 8th, 2013 for $349.

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