Summary: Great sound from these earphones from Philips but one star less for it's hard to see which side is which I mean left or right, you need to have good light to see I had to mark it with bit of red paint on the right side
Summary: Been buying Phillips surround sound headphones for about 7 years now. The only problem with them is that they become useless after you lose the rubber ear pieces. Luckily I never lost any from my last pair, they just broke after 2 years use.
Summary: These have got a good sound, but as they are open at the back, they do let in ambient noise / sounds - eg on the tube (which is quite noisy) they are not great. But in the office, where you might want to listen to music but not be completely oblivious to what else is happening (eg your colleagues...
Summary: Wow what a great sound from something so small , I am saving these for for holidays when on the beach and not for every day use when in the gym to hopefully prolong their life , as the sound is that good .
Summary: I bought a pair of these Philips headphones as the JVC HAFX1X Xtreme Xplosives headphones i originally bought wasn't cutting it. Now these philips headphones are alot better than i was expecting for the price Pros: -Low Price tag -Decent Sound quality -Fairly long cord Cons: -The wire is far to thin...
Summary: Inexpensive in-ear headphones but they produce a good quality sound. I have found them comfortable and secure in the ear,much better than my Sennheiser cx300's which were always falling out. Come with a choice of 4 different size ear buds and a carry pouch.Very good for the price.
Summary: I always used to buy Sony Fontopia and they remain my favourites but they went up in price so I tried Sennheiser 300's. These were OK but long and thin wires mean I won't buy them again. And that brings me on to the Phillips.