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Philips Headphones & Headsets Reviews

Updated: Oct 4, 2015 18:31
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alaScore 72

Philips SBC-HC200

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

2 expert reviews | 47 user reviews

alaScore 72

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

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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 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 | 32 user reviews

alaScore 71

Philips HS520

These headphones are spectacular. So long as I can find them, I will never use another set. Apparently other people found them uncomfortable to wear, so either they have very oddly shaped ears, or I do, because they're the most comfortable 'phones I've...

32 user reviews

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Philips SHE2850

I bought these as a replacement to the other somewhat-junky Philips earbuds that were destroyed by a chair (which was my own fault). The only store close to me that sold any type of MP3 equipment was CVS. Their selection was very limited: Either the...

1 expert reviews | 15 user reviews

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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...

57 user reviews

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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 For a headphone at such a great value, you...

48 user reviews

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Philips SHE 7600

These are the worst headphones I have ever purchased. The packaging is terrible, the carry case deserves a hammer, and the cable is far too short.

45 user reviews

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Philips SHB1300

Because I have ordered a few and every time it has bad battery's and it cost more to return it them the actual items I wouldn't spend my money on it again

16 user reviews

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Philips SHL4100

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

20 user reviews

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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

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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 | 37 user reviews

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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

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Philips SBC HP 890

Build quality The luxurious blue velour pads are very comfy, along with the rubber headband, although I would say that the clamping force is slightly weak which is not so good due to the heavy weight of these headphones and they feel as if they would...

39 user reviews

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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

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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 | 74 user reviews

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Philips O'Neill SHO4205BB

With my LG phone the sound was not loud enough, So had to return it. But If you are planning to use this with computer it will probably be ok because the sound was really good and clear. The build quality seems to be good as well.

16 user reviews

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Philips SHB7102

Kind of odd for me to write this review since at this moment the device is only dispatched from on the site of Amazon UK. On top of that: I live a few miles from the headquarters of Philips [aka Royal Dutch Philips]. Well, this product...

3 expert reviews | 25 user reviews

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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...

14 user reviews

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Philips SBC-HE 590

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...

35 user reviews

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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 | 717 user reviews

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Philips Earhook Headphones SHS 420

Earbuds have become pretty standard fare, with one pair looking like just about any other. However, Philips bucks the trend with its SHS420 earbuds, which employ a unique and comfortable way of securing the buds to the ears.

1 expert reviews | 34 user reviews

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Philips HE592

I bought these off Amazon a few years back and posted a review, but somehow it disappeared. I got them for listening to an MP3 player on my Harley, but no way would they work using my half-helmet. Too much wind shear and exhaust noise. They kept...

333 user reviews

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Philips SBC HC 8410

Take no notice of the negative reviews believe me I have used and still do use some of the best headphones money can buy in my line of work, but these headphones are not only up there with the best but are better, no way will I pay good money to the...

1 expert reviews | 26 user reviews


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    About Philips

    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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