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Philips SHS3200WT/37 Flexible Earhook Headphones White
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- Powerful bass thanks to an acoustically-tuned air Channel. Connectivity Technology: Wired
- 15 mm speaker driver
- 3D flexible ear hook ensures secure fit in all ear sizes
- Stays comfortably in your ear when you are on the move
- Extremely durable
- Philips Flexible Earhook Headphones SHS3201/28 White (replaces SHS3201/37)
- Bass pipe emphasizes low tones for a clear, realistic sound Enjoy best-in-class performance and optimum sound quality
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Sound And Connectivity
- 3.5mm Connector
- Copper Plated Connector
- Impedance: 16 Ohm
- Sensitivity: 100 dB
- Maximum Power: 15 mW
- Cable Length: 3.9'
- Diaphragm: Mylar Dome
- Acoustic System: Open
- Cable Type: OFC
3D flexible earhook ensures secure fit in all ear sizes.
Music To Your Ears
Thanks to an acoustically-tuned air channel that turbo- charges the bass notes, you enjoy fantastic realism and a truly involved listening experience. The acoustically-tuned design and high-quality drivers ensure best-in-class audio performance.
Made To Fit You And Your Lifestyle
This headphone is designed around the shape of your ear for extra comfort and more enjoyment during longer periods of listening. Small enough for optimum wearing comfort and big enough to deliver crisp, non-distorted sound, the 15 mm speaker driver is an ideal size for listening enjoyment. This 3D earhook is both soft and flexible, so it stays comfortably in place when you're active or enjoying your music on the move. The earhook stays put behind your ear even when you're on the move, keeping the earphone comfortably in place and sounding great.
|Philips SHE8500||Philips SHS3200|
|Noise Isolation||Passive Noise Isolation||None|
|Impedance||12 Ohms||16 Ohms|
|Frequency Response||Great: 8-24,500 Hz.||Good: 20 - 20,000 Hz.|
|Sensitivity||Great: 102 dB||Good: 100 dB|
|Type of Cable: 3.5mm||Chrome||Copper|
|Cable Length||3.9 Feet||3.9 Feet|
|In-Ear Category||Budget Audiophile||Economy|
|In The box Accessories||3 Pairs Silicone Tips||None|
|Warranty||1 Year||90 Days|
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|Sold By||EastCoastDeals||PHOTOTECH||Antonio International Ltd.||Amazon.com|
|Color||White||Red||Grey & Black||Blue|
|Item Dimensions||7 x 7.2 x 4.64 in||1.6 x 3.9 x 4.4 in||4 x 1.3 x 5.2 in||2 x 7 x 4 in|
|Item Weight||0.62 ounces||1.6 ounces||1.6 ounces||0.46 ounces|
|Additional Features||Sports & Exercise||water-resistant||—||ios-phone-control|
Ultra-comfortable for active use, these ergonomic ear hook headphones bring fantastic quality music reproduction straight to your ears.
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I've not had any issues with these headphones. I did, however, have a few concerns coming in that I'd like to talk about in case any prospective buyer has similar worries. First, I was unsure of how comfortable they would be. The thought of having something behind my ear had me worried that I'd constantly feel it, but after a few minutes of wearing these I forgot they were there. I also wondered if I'd have issues wearing these along with my glasses. That was a non-issue in practice as well. I left my glasses on and then just put the headphones on over. I didn't notice any difference in comfort whether I was wearing my glasses or not. At $7 I figured I'd be getting some pretty low-quality audio. Now, I'm not an audiophile (and if you are, hopefully you don't bother with reviews of $7 headphones), but I'm satisfied with the sound of these headphones. The bass is just all right, but that's fine by me. For listening to music during a workout, these do the job well. Finally, I was concerned that the headphones may not be durable, which is why I waited to post a review. I've had mine for about six months, and I've not had any issues yet. I don't see any wear and tear that suggests that these are going to go out anytime soon.
If you're on the fence about going for a cheap pair of headphones, these do not feel cheap and I highly doubt you'll regret buying them.
Firstly, I have periodically experienced a static zap in my ears when unplugging from my devices (iPad Air2, iPhone 6s, Macbook Pro) while keeping the earhooks on. The hooks are not easy to get on and off. Thus, if I need to disconnect from my device for a moment, I sometimes leave earpieces on my head and unplug at the device, tucking the cord end in my pocket. The zapping seems to happen when the atmosphere is staticky and the bare metal jack touches something with a charge (like my sweater or my husband). Kerpowie! I'm more careful now about how I disconnect the jack and making sure the jack is tucked away safely while I'm walking around.
Secondly, the sound from the earpieces is readily perceived by others at moderate volumes. This is because the earpieces don't actually go *in* the ear canal, but rest just outside, which allows some sound to escape. This is not a deal-breaker for me, but was a bit of a surprise when I thought I was being all sneaky but my husband could hear everything I was listening to. ;)
Even with these caveats, I still think that at under 10 samoleans these little guys are a good value. I really like the sound, they're very comfortable, and they are the only inexpensive headphones I have that don't fall out.
Holy moly, I have finally found it: cheap headphones that sound decent and—most importantly to me—don't fall outta my ears! Wow. I have them on right now. And I totally love them.
My ears are... I don't know. Alien ears. Toddler ears. Not normal adult human ears, apparently. Because I have never ever EVER found a set of earbuds/headphones that didn't simply drop out of my ears—or hurt. In-ear buds hurt me. Even the smallest size inserts are painful. I've also tried the over-ear form factor a few times without success. The speaker was always aimed in a way that I could not hear the sound easily.
This has been my experience: brief bouts of hopeful experimentation with looooong stretches of disappointment and resignation. Every once in awhile I get sad and try a new set of headphones just to see if they aren't entirely horrible on me. These Philips headphones were a gamble I figured would disappoint like all the rest. (Do I sound bitter? Dang right I am.) I was afraid to be too hopeful at this price point. I am so delighted to tell you, however, that my very low expectations have been happily blown to bits. TO BITS. These Philips "earhook" style phones are soooo comfy. And I can waggle my head all around without them falling out! Heck, they don't even move. Huzzah!
Because the speaker is aimed well for my tiny ear canals, I can hear the music really well. Even the bass parts sound pretty dang good. Certainly amazingly well for this price.
The only niggle is that I wish there was a volume control on the cord. I'm still very happy with them, though. If you are similarly afflicted with weirdo ears, I'd encourage you to give these a try. Good luck!