Phiaton Chord MS 530 Review

Although we’re well acquainted with Phiaton, a company that produces premium audio products, many people are probably still in the dark wondering what they’re all about. Indeed, they’re not about making inexpensive or entry-level stuff, but rather, they’re bringing to market high-end gear meant to compete against the elites in the space. Sporting a retail price point of $350, the Phiaton Chord MS 530 might seem too exorbitant for the average consumer to consider, however, they’ll want to rethink things over knowing that it features drool worthy things like active noise cancellation, multipoint connection, Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity with aptX technology, and 40mm titanium drivers...
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1. Vance

Posts: 3; Member since: Aug 14, 2014

It's frustrating reading reviews on this site. Each article thruroughly mangles the English language. It's as if the writer is attempting to be eridite but has no grasp of grammar, the meanings of words or sentence structure. I'd suggest either hiring an English speaked editor or writing shorter, simpler sentences. Maybe both.
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