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IFA 2019: Dali Reveal First Headphones

Danish audio brand Dali has unveiled its first pairs of headphones at IFA 2019.

The headphones will come in two variants, the noise cancelling iO-6 and cosmetically identical but less capable iO-4.

The headphones use larger than usual 50mm drivers with paper/fibre cones.

Battery life is claimed at 30 hours when used with noise cancelling on and 60 hours without.

The headphones can be used with a cable but also support Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX HD for near CD-quality streaming.

Dali are targeting the luxury end of the audio market with a design bearing strong resemblance to headphones from fellow Danes Bang & Olufsen.

The headphones are due to go on sale overseas by the end of the year but local release and pricing are still to be confirmed.

 

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