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Philips Headphones Reviews

Updated: Aug 28, 2015 23:43
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#251
alaScore 75

Philips SHS 8001

Sound - no complaints there like most in canal earphones - they are effective at blocking out external sounds - so volumes can be set low and less interference from external noises.

2 expert reviews | 571 user reviews

#252
alaScore 75

Philips SHN2500

noise canceling.” Maybe if the audio was superb and the comfort wasn't comparable to an earwig boring into the side of my head, the SHM2500 would be passable.

8 expert reviews | 653 user reviews

#253
alaScore 74

Philips SHE2632

Sound quality-wise; these earphones are not particularly good, they are alright (better than the apple buds for sure) but they are nothing special. They are pretty much normal buds in every way. Mediocre. I (maybe) would have given this a 2 had it not...

21 user reviews

#254
alaScore 74

Philips SHE2636

Sound quality-wise; these earphones are not particularly good, they are alright (better than the apple buds for sure) but they are nothing special. They are pretty much normal buds in every way. Mediocre. I (maybe) would have given this a 2 had it not...

19 user reviews

#255
alaScore 74

Philips SBC HS 461

I think they are great headphone I wear them under my motorcycle helmets connected to my Iriver MP3 Player while riding my motorcycles and its like sitting at home listening to my $100,000.00 Stereo and the sound is so great I almost forget to go home,...

10 user reviews

#256
alaScore 74

Philips SHD8900

An elasticated inner headband automatically adjusts to fit any size head and is supremely comfortable. Similarly, the actual ear padding is large enough to cover the entire ear and is made of a soft cloth that won't sweat

3 expert reviews | 166 user reviews

#257
alaScore 74

Magnavox HL-150

I don't treat anything nice. They have taken a beating and I'm surprised they still work. The base is okay. There are models out there that have better base but when tinnitus starts to set in... hey, they're just right.

41 user reviews

#258
alaScore 74

Philips SBCHS430

I looked high and low for these headphones and were't able to find them in any stores I visited. The next thing was to search on line, I purchased these to replace the same brand I bought many years ago. The only problem with the old ones is that I...

56 user reviews

#259
alaScore 74

Philips HN110

The sound of these headphones is fine. Maybe not amazing, but fine. The fit is weird, though. it puts huge impressions in my head! Actually, they fit better if you put them on backwards with the Right on the Left ear and vice versa. The noise...

388 user reviews

#260
alaScore 74

Philips SHE 5920

I really enjoy the overall sound quality and yes I would buy another pair in a heartbeat because I really like the sound of the base and a separation of the headset very very nice sincerely Patrick

194 user reviews

#261
alaScore 74

Philips SHJ080

These are a bit heavy. The sound is fine, but the weight still causes the buds to jostle too much for my liking. They are fine for weightlifting, but wouldn't recommend for running.

137 user reviews

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#262
alaScore 74

Philips SHP895

A wonderful sounding headphone at a competitive price but is let down by a poor design that makes it hard to wear over long periods of time.

2 expert reviews | 12 user reviews

#263
alaScore 74

Philips SHS4150

I bought these about a year ago and I've only worn them once. I have small ear holes and ear buds are always falling out, so I ignored the other reviews and bought these because I thought the added pressure would be help keep them in. Regret! It's way...

51 user reviews

#264
alaScore 74

Philips SHE9600

Alas, these headphones have been discontinued by Philips. In fact, the "Neckstrap" format seems to have gone the way of the Dodo. Good audio performance for me with excellent balance and good bass response. They fit well into my surprisingly small ear...

2 expert reviews | 56 user reviews

#265
alaScore 74

Philips O'Neill SHO9550

i love these headphones they are amazing. i use to have some but they wary out then couldnt find them till now

2 expert reviews | 297 user reviews

#266
alaScore 73

Philips SBC HP 910/00 U

I can't express how much I like these things! The sound is phenomenal and the design is excellent. They are comfortable to wear even for long periods and don't pinch the head too tightly.

10 user reviews

#267
alaScore 73

Philips HD1500

Dolby Labs has been busy the past several years creating technologies to help bring the sonic richness of surround sound to home-theater enthusiasts. For the growing number of these enthusiasts who want to transform their stereo CD library into...

2 expert reviews | 62 user reviews

#268
alaScore 73

Philips HS820

I love these headphones! They're so comfortable and the sound is really good. I've worn these for 3-4 hours per day for about 8 years now and have owned them for over 11 years. The only downside is if you have a small head; they aren't adjustable. It...

74 user reviews

#269
alaScore 73

Philips SBCHP800

I've used these headphones for the past three years and not even once have I run into any problems with the sound or the wire or anything related to that. The headphones simply rock, I love the sound, I love the way they fit on my head, I just love them.

4 expert reviews | 45 user reviews

#270
alaScore 73

Philips SBC HC 8430

I have owned one of these for several years and found the volume excellent and the reception crystal clear but only when not obstructed from the transmitter antenna. Anything between you and the antenna static occurs. So laying in bed with your knees...

14 user reviews

#271
alaScore 73

Philips SHD9100

A decent pair of cans, but not really enough for the money

5 expert reviews | 70 user reviews

#272
alaScore 73

Philips SHL9500

For under $40, these headphones are incredible! In my collegiate days, I used to DJ, because I loved all sorts of music -- from Bach and Beethoven to AC/DC to User to Carrie Underwood. I've owned headphones from Pioneer to Numark to Audio-Technica to...

4 expert reviews | 152 user reviews

#273
alaScore 73

Philips SHE5910

If the asymmetric cable design were not so annoying, we would like these headphones a lot more as they are rather comfortable. The overall sound quality is quite good with neutrality across the board, but it really could use a splash of red.

1 expert reviews | 536 user reviews

#274
alaScore 73

Philips SBC HN110

The Philips SBC-HN110 headphones are too lightweight and their noise attenuation of just 10dB is not enough to really deal with unwanted sounds.

3 expert reviews | 638 user reviews

#275
alaScore 73

Philips SHJ045/Nike sport headphone Airpad

I needed headphones for listening to music or podcasts at my desk at work. I have small ears and can't wear earbuds. I also cant use regular headphones all day at work because they hurt my ears. These are perfect! They fit in my ears and dont fall out....

64 user reviews

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    Philips has a large line of audio accessory products, including headphones in the low-to-mid-price range in all categories. The company has a joint venture with Nike to market Nike-Philips-brand sports headphones.

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