Summary: Spend some time googling for decent budget earbuds and sooner or later you'll stumle upon Philips. There's some raving reviews out there for their SHE3580 which went out of production in 2012. According to Philips product support this is the same device with just the colours changed a bit.
Summary: For starters: I first knew about those from this exact spot in the int3rwebs. It's astonishing how they were put on pedestal and praised on a world-range audiophile board (yet as already inaccessible 3580's) with their outlook and lack of predatory fashion qualities normal for asserted "bang 4 the...
Pros: well refined signature, spatial sound orientation, pleasant warmth of tone, compact and durable build, color choice, unprecedently solid cord
Cons: not very fashionable by default, overly domesticated sound, "plastic" feel, pastel colors not suitable for anybody, often declassed to intro new model
Summary: Review of the Philips SHE 3590- a miracle under $20 (can actually be had on ebay under 15$ or 10$)
First I would like to say that I’m sad that Philips is discontinuing this gem. The pair I’m reviewing is my 2nd pair(in the pink, yes it was the last pair left in the store, but I learning to enjoy the...
Pros: fantastic sounding, great isolation, small footprint
Cons: cable build quality is a underwhelming (tougher than it looks), cheap feel, only provided 3 silicone tips
Summary: okay i am putting up this review after a lot of usage with these so called"garbage bin miracles".
1.packaging-simple,nothing wonderous here,and custom accesories
2.cable-seriously a let down but what can u expect at this price,so cant complain too much
3.isolation(2/5)-until and unless one gets a...
Pros: good presence across the entire sound spectrum.
Cons: sound imaging not that great,cables are non trustworthy,sound isolation below par.
Summary: The Philips SHE3590 headphones were listed on the Head-Fi Headphone Buying Guide. They are inexpensive and widely available. Most Australian electronic retailers stock them and they cost about AUD15. I bought these (in white) to replace my lost AKG IEMs (which I have since found again!).
Pros: Good sound, low cost
Cons: Cheap build, a bit too much bass for some music genres
Summary: Accessories: Three sizes of single-flange silicone eartips.
Build Quality/Design: This is probably the only part of these IEMs that feels like it belongs at the price point. The housings are entirely plastic and don't feel extremely durable but not extremely fragile either.
Pros: Very pleasant sound signature, comfortable for many ear shapes and sizes, incredible value
Summary: Sooooo...after 2 years of faithful service, my trusty westone um1s have finally played their last song and died (the left earpiece has no sound coming out of it) so i figured it was time to get a new pair.
Summary: I picked these up as a quick replacement for my H20Audio in ear headphones that had failed. I run frequently, 3+ times a week and had been using waterproof headphones to combat the sweat that quickly ruined all of my Apple in-ear headphones (and others).