Philips Rich Bass Neckband Headphones SHS5200/28 (Replaces SHS5200)
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- Philips Rich Bass Neckband Headphones SHS5200/28 (replaces SHS5200)
- 24k gold-plated plug ensures an ultra reliable connection Bass beat vents allow air movement for better sound
- Ear cushions improve wearing comfort and bass response Comfort is enhanced for long-term use Ergonomic cushions improve wearing comfort and bass
- Pull Relief System increases cable dependability Reflective neckband stays visible in the dark for safety
- Single-sided cable reduces tangling and improves comfort Textile covered cable lasts longer and prevents tangling
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|Special Features||tangle-free-cord||lightweight||tangle-free-cord||SONY BEHIND THE NECK HEADPHONES|
|Fit||On-Ear||Behind- The- Head||Supraaural||On-Ear|
|Dimensions||7.7 inches x 2.4 inches x 7 inches||2.5 inches x 9.7 inches x 7 inches||8.8 inches x 2.2 inches x 7 inches||8.2 inches x 2.5 inches x 6.7 inches|
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From the Manufacturer
Rest assured that the precious metal gold finishing on the plug will give you a more reliable connection for better quality audio.
Bass beat vents allow air movement for better sound with a deep rich bass.
The special shape and luxurious materials used for the ear cushions ensure a perfect fit for maximum comfort. They prevent audio leakage and enhance bass performance too. The ear cushions are shaped in such a way that they perfectly align with the area around a person's ear.
This headphone is designed around the shape of your ear for extra comfort and more enjoyment during longer periods of listening.
The ergonomic earcushion shape and luxurious materials ensure a more comfortable fit and better bass performance thanks to reduced audio leakage.
The Pull-Relief system reduces cable strain due to repeated bending and prolongs the life of the cable connection.
Special reflective material on the neckband helps keep you visible in the dark.
The cable is conveniently connected to just one side, considerably reducing the risk of tangling and simplifiying winding the cable up for storage.
The attractive textile covering resists tangling, is very long-lasting and extends the product life.
|Frequency response||12 - 24 000 Hz|
|Maximum power input||100 mW|
|Speaker diameter||30 mm|
|Cable length||1.5 m|
|Connector||3.5 mm stereo|
|Finishing of connector||24k Gold-plated|
|Type of cable||OFC|
|Nett weight||0.115 lb|
|Gross weight||0.399 lb|
|Tare weight||0.284 lb|
|Number of products included||1|
|UPC||6 09585 18703 0|
|Nett weight||0.344 lb|
|Gross weight||1.828 lb|
|Tare weight||1.484 lb|
|GTIN||1 06 09585 18703 7|
|Number of consumer packagings||3|
Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
Top Customer Reviews
The cord on one end is perfect, and you may not see in the pic, but it is a threaded cord, not rubber, which is great because I have had other cords chewed on by cats and even my toddle in the past.
The fit is a little tight because these are non-adjustable, the reflective part of the band in the back is flexible so that is how it adjusts, otherwise you are stuck with one size fits all. And it isn't really all that reflective.
The foam on the earpiece is so comfortable, it is like a stiff foam, it does not seem like it will start crumbling apart or peeling. I use there exclusively for exercising, and these do not make my ears sweaty at all, even when I am dripping in it.
The only reason I gave four stars is because, and I did not see this anywhere, they are open air. That means anyone around you can hear what you are listening, I mean word for word. I would not have bought these for that reason. I have guilty plessure for some music like anyone may (Lady Gaga) and I don't want people hearing what I am listeing to, but they will. You just have to consider how loud the music in the gym is, or if you are outside even better. But I figure with so many other people wearing theres, they may not hear yours. I know this open design is for increased airflow (eliminate sweat) and increse the bass (which it does) so you get to take the good with the bad.Read more ›
1. The bass quality is superb, I compared it to my old headset, which I threw out into the highway. It's because there is more airflow allowed to the speaker via three ducts
2. The cord is nylon wound.. yeah. it is not going to strip easily and is really durable.
3. Phillips attached a piece of elastic to give some added 'give' in case of random tugs. It works, and has save me about 7 times in a week.
The design is great too, they are comfortable, but not after a LONG time.
you wouldn't want them (or any behind the head phones) on a plane.
A great buy, they're gonna last too.
However in the last ten months, I have purchased three sets of this model, and managed to break them all in some way, because of a simple change.
In order to get a "Made for iPhone" mark, Philips changed out the hardy grey L-shaped jack connector for a black one designed to fit the first-gen iPhone socket which is best described as utilitarian at best. The rubber used to create the jack is certainly not on par at all with the original model and is incredibly malleable compared to the original model. The first two sets ended up having the portion where the jack and the cord connected broken, causing the audio to stutter. The third set, the actual jack broke in half without too much pressure applied after an accidental hard pull. This is unacceptable for me as I use it in many settings, including my iPhone, my iPod, and a laptop.
Until Philips addresses the problems with the current generation model with the current jack, I cannot recommend purchasing what is otherwise a fine set of headphones. I'm really hoping as the first-gen iPhones find their way to the dustbin of history and you can now connect any set of headphones to later iPhones that Philips brings back the original connector type. I really prefer the L connector to the current cheap straight connector which has only caused me to switch brands after four years of loyal use for these headphones.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bass not that great,but better than some.Good cheap earphones for running.I wish they had volume control and I am not sure about the ear foam. Read morePublished 16 hours ago by michael gordon
Ear buds have to much pressure. This sit on the ears and lots of sounds and deep bassPublished 17 hours ago by Monika
My absolute favorite headphone for working out and running. Sounds great, rich bass, lasts a while. Just replaced the last one I purchased 3+ years ago. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Grandpiper
I know it's a low-end headphone, but it doesn't worth 25 today. (maybe worth it years ago)
The highs are thin. Read more
Fifth set I have bought over the last 9 years. What can I say... I destroy headphones... I have destroyed these headphones the least, making them the best headphones I have every... Read morePublished 4 days ago by TC
This is okay since I cant use the type of headphones you stick in your ear but they do not block out other noise around you very well and the cord tends to break for me however, I... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Carol Ann R
Got them for my wife to use at work ... she's very happy with them as she doesn't like in-ear buds and finds the neckband style very comfortable. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Hoppin' Cretin