Summary: I received this for review this morning. The box contains the headphones with volume up/down, 2 channels, adjustable headband, battery compartment, antenna, receiver and batteries. The earphones are soft and comfortable and I would have no problems listening to the headphones for some time.
Summary: Good sound quality, even at the end of the garden with the laptop playing in the living room. The base station needs to be wired into the laptop and plugged into a power source so not quite a 'wireless' as you might think. Overall fair value for the money.
Summary: They worked well but have now bought a new TV and they don't work. How do we tune in if necessary...also I need them to listen to BBC radio on my computer. Have plugged in but not hearing anything. We are in France...they worked before.Any help gratefully accepted...thanks Moira
Summary: The padding on these headphones is good, and the shape of the can means your whole ear is covered and nothing is digging into cartilage. They have a tendancy to buzz though if you turn your head to the side, almost as though a particular side is sensitive to the position of the transmitter, so...
Summary: These Philips wireless headphones are an ideal bargain option for the non-audiophile who needs a solution for late night TV watching/gaming. They provide reasonable range, mine allow me to listen in another room and even stretch to the garden (about 10 meters at a guess).
Summary: I have been using these in a variety of settings - TV, PC, mp3 player, guitar pedal board and find their performance much better than a comparable set I have used in the past. Having said that however, the actual music quality isn't great - the set I have also suffers with hiss (as reported by...
Summary: Tip: if there is interference, tune the transmitter and headphone to the same channel. Doesn't really fill you with confidence when that is in the operating guides. Needless to say these are not actually that bad a set of headphones all things considered.