Phiaton hasn’t let MajorHiFi down in becoming a super budget-friendly high-performance companion. On Wednesday, the company welcomed a new addition to their hands-free family touting a slim, hands-free model. Introducing Phiaton BT 390.
New Release Phiaton BT 390 Wireless Headphones
The new, slender headphone is an on-ear design intended for music-loving commuters. The frame is collapsible which would make it very easy to store in a purse or carry-on luggage. It supports Bluetooth 4.1 to ensure a better energy efficient connection. The rechargeable battery yields a run time of 30 hours. While the headphone is rather slim and collapsible, it is described as being padded enough for users to wear comfortably for 30 hours. Multi-point technology allows for this headphone to connect with up to two devices simultaneously. Moreover, a feature called Everplay-X technology keeps the music going even if the headphones’ battery runs out, or the paired audio device is not Bluetooth compatible.
As for sound, Phiaton BT 390 features 40mm drivers that are said to “deliver an optimized vibration system, adding extra emphasis on high frequency clarity and an improved sound stage, while over-sized Neodymium magnets provide a rich, commanding bass.”
BT 390 foldable headphones are the latest addition to Phiaton’s popular line of trusted Bluetooth headphones and earphones, which includes the BT 460 on-ear, wireless headphones with touch-interface controls, audio sharing and smart play/pause, and the BT 100 NC neckband earphones with IPX4 sweat and water resistance and active noise cancellation.
If interested in grabbing Phiaton BT 390, head over to Amazon.
Phiaton is a subsidiary of Cresyn Co Ltd, who made their claim to fame in the phonograph needle industry.