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Philips Headphones Reviews

Updated: May 22, 2015 00:06
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#276
alaScore 71

Philips SHN5500

Although Philips claim the Smart noise canceling technology is good at eliminating low level noise found for example on an airplane, they did little to help with regular ambient noise as other noise cancellation headphones do. But at a budget conscious...

5 expert reviews | 173 user reviews

#277
alaScore 71

Philips Nike SBC-HJ 030

Stay in my ears for about 2 minutes and fall out even on the simplest workout. I admit, it does help pass the time shoving them back in. Waste of money!

55 user reviews

#278
alaScore 71

Philips SHC8565

The box has a large text promising freedom from the hiss associated with other wireless headphones. The others must be unusable then, because these hiss like a snake who's forgotten his false teeth. 3 channels are available, and they're all the same....

4 expert reviews | 40 user reviews

#279
alaScore 70

Philips SBC-HE 570

These are by far the best in-ear headphones i have ever had! Aside for good quality and clarity, my last pair worked fine for over two years (i bought them around easter 2004, and the left headphone has become a bit dodgy last week)- and for that...

10 user reviews

#280
alaScore 70

Philips SBC HE 9500

The cosy fit warrants superfluous noise even if it's set at a lower volume. The earpieces come with soft rubber caps that attaches comfortably in the ears. The unique Neodymium magnet field allows superior sensitivity, better bass, and better sound in...

32 user reviews

#281
alaScore 70

Philips SHE2550

I have bought these earphones only for the company: Phillips! I don't like them; they don't fit very well in the ears and after three months exactly, they are broken... Is working only the right one... Befor these ones, I had JVC: they were much...

3 expert reviews | 643 user reviews

#282
alaScore 70

Philips SHE2650

I work in an environment where music is a MUST to drown out annoying talking people in a very large and poorly designed room. I digress. I left my Sennheiser MX580 earbuds at home and my old spare Philips earhook buds were broken. Took a 2 minute car...

80 user reviews

#283
alaScore 70

Philips SHS3910

I purchased a set of these headphones 4 years ago, and I was so impressed with them that I just had to have another pair. They are no longer being sold at retail outlets, but can be found here at Amazon.com. For a headphone at such a great value, you...

44 user reviews

#284
alaScore 70

Philips SHL4100

Bad fit. Snapped in half with first use. Only reason not one star was return worked well.

20 user reviews

#285
alaScore 70

Philips SBC-HN 050

In it's price class, these headphones kinda do the trick. The noise cancelling feature is shoddy at best. I was borrowing some open ear Aiwa HP-CN5 and I wish I'd have spent the extra money. I would highly recommend the Aiwa's over these. Trust me when...

1 expert reviews | 78 user reviews

#286
alaScore 70

Philips SBC-HC200

The Philips HC200 are a very average set of headphones that performed poorly and should be avoided.

2 expert reviews | 66 user reviews

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#287
alaScore 69

Philips SHG 8050

Interesting headphones designed specifically for gamers. Imperfect highest audio quality compensated for by an interesting force feedback system.

1 expert reviews | 8 user reviews

#288
alaScore 69

Philips SBC 840 HP

Philips offers a wide variety of headphones catering to its entire audience. The SBCHP840 from Philips is aimed at users looking for superior headphones without spending a bomb on them.

2 expert reviews | 16 user reviews

#289
alaScore 69

Philips SBC-HE 580

I didnt buy these earphones myself i bought them off a friend. These are one of the best earphones i have herd and for the price its an amazing deal. They have great high end sound and also great base! There are also so comfterbal to wear with no...

140 user reviews

#290
alaScore 69

Philips SBC HJ080

I run a lot both outside and on a treadmill, and I sweat a lot. These were the best headphones I have had so far. They are the only ones that actually stayed in place for the entire duration of my long runs. Its a comfortable design, where the...

16 user reviews

#291
alaScore 69

Philips HS386

Forget about great sound with these, but it is adequate...the package said something about bass enhancement or such, but forget it. I've had others that had better bass. However, these are the most comfortable phones I've ever used, and I can sometimes...

13 user reviews

#292
alaScore 69

Philips Sbche 590/00

These are the best pair i have ever owned. Perfect balance between bass and treble. Sony earphones have too much bass. And the surround sound is actually quite good, but you will have to use it for a few weeks and the sound improves somehow. Also it...

79 user reviews

#293
alaScore 69

Philips SHE 785 / 7850

The headphones are good enough, but they're not what I was expecting. The cheap rubber on the buds is annoying. The fact that the cable is split in such a way that one of the buds has to be constantly around your neck is a downer for me. They cannot...

70 user reviews

#294
alaScore 68

Philips SBC HC8350

I was a bit dubious about buying these, as i read so many bad reviews about wireless headphones and the background noise that you supposedly get, but i took a chance on these as they had the best reviews. And i am well pleased! They are so comfortable...

54 user reviews

#295
alaScore 68

Philips SBC HS900

I just got them in and was impressed right away by the look of them. Used them to watch a DVD on my laptop and the sound was great and they were very comfortable. One feature that is great for lap top users is the L plug in..keeps a low profile around...

1 expert reviews | 42 user reviews

#296
alaScore 68

Philips SBC HS520

The HS520 look good, but that's about as far as it gets. Even though they aren't overly expensive, you can get a far superior product for little more than what these are worth.

2 expert reviews | 14 user reviews

#297
alaScore 68

Philips Nike DURO HJ055

Don't buy this product because the money is not worse the product. It says Nike and Phillips but none of that seems to be in the product. Same problem like everyone has, one side will suddenly stop working (it was the left part on mine). Dieses Produkt...

84 user reviews

#298
alaScore 68

Philips Nike SH-J 023

I love these headphones because I cannot use the earbuds, which never stay in and hurt my ears. The neckband design in perfect in that it holds the earphones in place but doesn't have too much tension so it isn't being forced into my ear. After 5 years...

24 user reviews

#299
alaScore 67

Philips SBC HC 8650

I thought I'd follow on from my previous review. I still enjoy the sound quality but the corroding of the pins is still occurring and I'm on my third pair. As I'm under warranty I can get a replacement - not sure how much longer I'll keep these though....

15 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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