- Made for iphone ipad ipad mini
- with mic for mobile phone conversation
Philips O'Neill SHO9575GW/28 THE SPECKED In-Ear Headset (Teal) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Powerful Sound: With powerful 9mm drivers these headphones deliver a balanced sound experience coupled with a punchy bass performance.
- Customized Fit: Three sizes of soft ear sleeves enable you to customize the fit to your ears.
- Remote and Mic: Remote and mic for Blackberry, HTC, iPhone, LG, Motorola, Nokia, Palm, Samsung, Sony Ericsson
- Smart Reinforcement: Thanks to the tough tangle-free fabric cable and reinforced connectors these headphones are built to stand up to the wear and tear of your active lifestyle.
- Comfortable for Long Wear: The deluxe ear sleeves enable you to wear your headphones for as long as you like without discomfort.
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Sound Isolating and Durable - Despite its compact size this headphone is truly specked. The 9mm drivers deliver an explosive sound performance whilst the three interchangeable & differently sized ear sleeves deliver a secure fit with enhanced sound isolation.
Top Customer Reviews
- durable cord. Despite its appearance, does not fee like cloth, more like nylon. I use it for calls nightly, and usually fall asleep with my headphones on, and its held up despite significant pulling/crushing (this is exactly why I got this set for)
- solid jack (3.5mm) with stress point, so it doesn't suffer through wear and tear.
- driver units are made of tough plastic and hard rubber, so they are able to withstand stress and won't crack at the cord/driver connection point
- average mic. Have had some difficulty having ppl hear me on occasion, but this is rectified placing the mic closer when I speak
- average sound quality. Better than the standard Iphone headphones, but the sound for these Phillips lacks in comparison with another pair of in-ear headphones I have (House of Marley Conqueror's). I'm comparing them as I got em for the same price, but the Marley's have better depth of sound, volume and bass. The Phillips' have a solid enough sound, but less warm and full.
- the cord - less prone to tangles than regular rubber/plastic cords, but still some difficulty.
- the colour - this is actually okay in my book, but most ppl would find the lime green/red/black/white/grey colour combination a lil too much. These definitely have more 'character' in this aspect.
- the cord - I notice some discolouration from the time I first got these till now, the green cord isn't as bright as it used to be. A minor quibble and not something you'd notice unless you owned em.
Overall, these are worth at least the money I spent on em, though typically where I live, a similar set would go for probably $40, closer to the MSRP (listed as $39.99 when I bought these on here). If you are looking for a durable pair and not exactly acoustic perfection, these are a solid pick.
on the down side, if you slightly bump the volume SLIDER (i thought it was buttons but nope...) it changes the volume drastically. also when you slide the little thing it makes a scratchy noise interference. i use these with an iPad and an iPhone 5c so im not sure if its my devices doing this, but sometimes the sound just cuts off as if i unplugged them and ill have to take them out, put them back in, and play my whatever for it to start working again. (this happens rarely but enough for it to be annoying.)