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Philips HN110 Headphones

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews of Philips HN110 Headphones. The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Headphones for all reviews. Reviewers really like the noise isolation and portability. The comfort and price are also appreciated. There are some mixed opinions about the sound, and there are some critical views about the treble quality and bass quality.

price, comfort, portability, noise isolation

bass quality, treble quality

On average, users rate this product 83/100.

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Consumer review by: jeavinl (

Cancel Out the Neighbor's Lawn Mower with a Flip of the Switch ”


I love listening to music while doing housework. But it's hard to concentrate on the songs when there are kids shouting or cartoons blaring in the background. My husband travels a lot and likes to sleep on airplanes so he decided to buy us a pair of...

May, 2010

Consumer review by: markwoody (

Good Product / Price Valuation: Hard to Find Reason for Buying Something Better


I've had these headphones for 2 years now and am very happy with them despite a couple shortfalls.

Comfortable ear cups/pads; compact design; good price

Plastic headphone joints; bass not powerfully clean; thick for briefcases

Apr, 2008

Consumer review by: sbellville (

Quality noise canceling headphones


I bought the Phillips HN110 because it was a cheap alternative to the Bose QuiteComfort noise-canceling headphones. I believe in the school of thought "you get what you pay for," and though the HN110 is a lot cheaper than its more expensive brothers I...

Great noise-cancellation headphones for the price, good sound quality

Not very comfortable, after a two hour movie my ears hurt

Jun, 2007

Consumer review by: thegsrguy (

Superb noise-cancelation, mediocre sound quality


There seems to be two types of noise-canceling headphones available for purchase. One type is around $50, the other is above $150. I am a college student and do not have the money to drop $150 on headphones, so I opted to save some cash and buy the...

Good ergonomics, comfortable, decent performance for money, compact

Overly-boosted highs, not much oomph for bass

Mar, 2007

Consumer review by: jordinas (

Good performance for a reasonable price


I was looking for a set of noise canceling headphones to replace my Aiwa HP-CN5 (they are pretty uncomfortable on long flights, don't stay well on my head and have an annoying hiss - but they are 1st generation so I did not have too many choices when I...

Comfortable with good passive sound isolation and active noise cancelation

Will not win any audiophile awards, but sound good

Jun, 2006

Consumer review by: jwpearce (

A good value in noise-canceling headphones


I purchased these headphones to use with a portable DVD player. While using the DVD player on an airplane, the engine noise made it hard to hear the movie, even with the volume turned as high as it would go.

Effective in reducing noise; well suited for travel

Pricey, but with noise-reduction headphones you get what you pay for

May, 2006