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Philips HL150 Lightweight Stereo Headphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by Philips

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  • Foldable for easy storage and portability, with very good sound performance
  • 30 mm NEODYMIUM speakers for powerful sound
  • Foldable, ultra-lightweight design
  • Reinforced cable connection for durability
  • 3.5-6.3mm stereo adapter
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Philips
  • Model: HL150
  • Color Name: Silver
  • Item Weight: 0.33 pounds

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 7.8 x 2.8 inches ; 5.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.6 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00061IYFQ
  • Item model number: HL150
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 16, 2004

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Foldable lightweight. A lightweight headphone for long use, with foldable headband making it easy to store and carry. In addition, bass beat air vents allow air movement for better sound with a deep rich bass. The durable, lightweight quality materials enhance comfort for extended wearing. The headphone can fold down to a small size for convenient storage when not in use.

Product Features

Made to fit you and your lifestyle
Lightweight design improves comfort for prolonged use.

The durable, lightweight quality materials enhance comfort for extended wearing.

Always ready to go
Foldable headband makes headphone easy to carry around

The headphone can fold down to a small size for convenient storage when not in use.

For superb music pleasure
Bass beat vents allow air movement for better sound

Bass beat vents allow air movement for better sound with a deep rich bass.

Specifications

Packaging dimensions
Height 7.7 inch
Width 3.7 inch
Depth 2.5 inch
Nett weight 0.134 lb
Gross weight 0.266 lb
Tare weight 0.131 lb
UPC 6 09585 18700 9
Number of products included 1
Packaging type Blister
Outer Carton
Length 15.0 inch
Width 8.4 inch
Height 9.8 inch
Nett weight 1.614 lb
Gross weight 4.881 lb
Tare weight 3.267 lb
GTIN 1 06 09585 18700 6
Number of consumer packagings 12
Inner Carton
Length 14.1 inch
Width 7.9 inch
Height 4.4 inch
Nett weight 0.807 lb
Gross weight 2.024 lb
Tare weight 1.217 lb
GTIN 2 06 09585 18700 3
Number of consumer packagings 6

Product Description

Philips foldable lightweight stereo headphones. They have 30 mm NEODYMIUM speakers for powerful sound with a bass beat. Foldable, lightweight design with reinforced cable connection for durability and a 3.5mm- 1/4" stereo adapter included.

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Customer Reviews

SOUND QUALITY - Very good.
Person
It lost 2 stars for bad durability and poor bass.
Amazon Customer
Good base, good rich sound and loud.
Amazon Customer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 27, 2006
I had my Philips HL150 headphones for something like 1-2 years before something strange started happening. If you read any other review before reading mine, you can probably guess what that "strange thing" is; that's right, the right output of the headphones began to stop working.

Now, I am not the kind of guy who abuses my products. As a matter of fact, I own several products that are over 5+ years old yet still working perfectly. Nonetheless, the right output of the headphones (which I valued greatly due to my intense love for music) began to give out for no reason what so ever.

At first, it was easily fixed by me tapping on the right side a little but recently, even that method stop working. Now, no matter what I do, it will no longer work correctly. Sure, the left output still works but really, listening to only one output is unbearable.

Now I had thought it was only my particular headphones but reading all of these other reviews, I realized that it's a trend with this particular headphones. Kind of sad since I never really figure Philips for creating shoddy products.

Nonetheless, despite the horrible durability, I do personally think the headphone sound quality is very good. Additionally, the volume can go very high. The headphones lack good bass but I had thought the clarity was very good which was why I gave this product 3 stars. It lost 2 stars for bad durability and poor bass.

Overall, one can get something much better than the HL150 nowadays for a mere $10 more. Years ago, I would recommend these because they last long enough for only $10 but now, I highly recommend something else. I suggest that anyone looking for some headphones should try out some Sennheiser headphones (especially Sennheiser HD201 and HD202). For only a little bit more money, you can get something much better.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Person on March 12, 2005
I bought the HL150 with the HS430, because if I liked one, I could take it back. Let me tell you, the HS430 is going back to Target, pronto.

SOUND QUALITY - Very good. The bass is pretty deep, and the highs are very clear. I can hear stuff that I couldn't hear from the MDR101LP from Sony. Also, these are LOUD!!! These are even louder than the Panasonic Wrap-Its! I'm serious. These are a true buy if you hate the headphones that came with your quiet player.

COMFORTABILITY - Very comfortable. Then yet, I've never seen the overhead style be uncomfortable. Because there the fold up ear-cup style, the are able to exactly match the ear.

PORTABILITY - They don't fold up the bend way. They fold up across, which is a bit awkward, but they do fold up, and they are very portable.

COST - I'd rather pay $9 for these, than pay for the Sony brand. I just like the Philips brand so much better because they're loud, have great sound, and are comfortable.

OVERALL - These are a great deal for people looking for new overhead type headphones. Look no futher, these are a great pick, and can fit into any budget!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Quoad Toad VINE VOICE on March 28, 2006
I have owned these headphones for about 1 year and 2 months. The right side started giving out a couple weeks ago, so I bought another pair.

These are nice headphone for the price. The sound quality is good. They are also comfortable on my ears, not too tight with adequate padding.

I like to keep a pair of headphones at work and with these, I don't have to worry about them being stolen. I use a nicer pair of headphones at home, but if you are looking for an inexpensive pair of headphones where you won't care too much if they break, are lost, or stolen, these are the perfect pair.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 22, 2007
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My first pair lasted a few yrs of hard use, so I just orderd 2 pairs. If u hav an MP3 player throw away the ear buds and get these. Good base, good rich sound and loud. Very comfortable I can wear them all day at work, and they stay on my head wen I bend over. If ur on an airplane their more than adequate, sound better than my $50 Aiwa noise canceling headphones. Update: 11-1-10 These bad boys are still kicken even after 3 extended trips overseas. And looking at the date I have had this last pair for 4 years now. I was going to purchase a few more for spares and gifts but now it seems they have more than doubled in price. The price seems to be flucuating. I still think they are a great set of head phones. I also have some $40 over the ear Phillips headphones that sound a little better, but they make my ears sweat and are too tight, but for portability, lightweight comfort and durability I reccomend these units. Maybe the price will drop again.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By CQ DX on March 21, 2008
For around ten bucks, these headphones sound good, are probably better than the cheap low-quality ear buds that came with your MP3 player or phone, and are a good value. However, if you truly want much 'higher end' sound that will enable you to hear every nuance and detail in your music (with much improved bass), and that will 'knock your socks off', check out slightly more expensive quality models like the 'AKG K26P' or 'AKG K27i' or the 'Sennheiser PX-100' or 'PX-100W' cans (headphones). You won't believe how great music can sound on your portable player spending just 30 to 50 bucks on better 'cans'!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amber Merrell on March 3, 2006
I bought these for my daughter after she received an iPod for Christmas. She liked that they could be folded and put in her purse when not in use. However just a little less then a month after buying them it started to lose sound in the right side. We thought it was just a fluke and returned them to Target on 2/11 and replaced them with the same thing. Well here it is March 2 and it's already done it again. We're taking them back tomorrow and getting something totally different. I would skip these entirely, they're not worth the headache.
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