Philips O'Neill SHO4200WG/28 THE BEND Headband Headphones, White/Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Philips O'Neill THE BEND Headband Headphones Model SHO4200WG/28
- Extremely durable headphone with explosive sound
- This is a headphone for the active consumer with super-flexible headband, reinforced cables and safe release cans to endure the roughest uses
- All these with powerful sound and deep bass
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Extremely durable headphone with explosive sound. This is a headphone for the active consumer with super-flexible headband, reinforced cables and safe release cans to endure the roughest uses. All these with powerful sound and deep bass.
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The fact that they are really comfortable to wear and actually have pretty decent sound is an added bonus. I can wear these for hours straight and they are still really comfortable.
-First impression was i thought the name The Bend was kinda funny for some reason...
-Second they are very light but definitively not cheaply made.
-Third after i plugged them in and let them burn in for a while they sound like a satisfying 70 dollars
-Forth they are very comfortable and fit on my big head quite well, not too loose not too tight. my ears arnt burning like i have experienced with other headphones.. no head ache.
I rate these 5 stars for over all quality and innovation. similar headphones by Dr.Dre go for 200$
but my son who is 13 says they are very tight on his head and ears..i told him to adjust them but he says that isnt
the issue so for me i dont use them often they are fine for me.the sound is great if its up loud u cant hear anyone.
iam not saying they are like those nise canceling ones that are huge money but they do there pupose
as for the make of these thay are cheap light weight plastic
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- Low volume.
- Highs and lows are poor quality, and bass is not so good.