Summary: What I Loved about these earbuds: + Very comfortable + Interchangeable ear covers for perfect fit + Microphone - works for hands free on Android phones + Also works on iPhone! + Great mic reception + Decent sound Could be better: - Lack of noise blocking - Occasionally fall out These earbuds work great for what they are designed for - a headset for phones.
Summary: I've been using the Philips In-Ear Headset for Android while on the go. It's been great for use in the car, on an airplane and any place that I'm out and about. The sound is good for the price and although I'm not a huge fan of in-ear headphones, these aren't as uncomfortable as some and they do come with different ear caps to help you find the right fit. The mic is pretty good according to the feedback I've received from friends and family while talking to them.
Summary: This Philips SHE7005A/28 In-Ear Headset for Android works fine with my phone, but if you're planning on using it exclusively for listening to music, you'd be better off looking elsewhere. Audio comes through decently on phone calls but sounds tinny during music playback. The microphone seems to have worked fine, as I haven't had any complaints about clarity.
Summary: These are my favorite style of headphones; I have small ears canals and this style doesn't apply pressure to my ear canal. These state they are for android phone but I was able to use them perfectly with my iPhone. Headphones feature a convenient in-line remote that gives me full control. It has a sensitive microphone that lets me chat without removing my earphones. The interchangeable rubber ear caps ensure a comfortable fit; I am currently using the default style.
Summary: It's nice to have a set of ear buds with the microphone on them so I can use them to talk on my Android phone, but the audio quality when listening to music wasn't anywhere near as good as it is on my Logictech or Sennheiser CX 215 Earphones - Blue pair. The bass is lacking and the sound isolation was nowhere near as good. I could still hear a lot of outside noise even after trying the different size of cushions.
Summary: I wasn't blown away by the sound quality. They are a good pair of headphones not great. They sound a little too "warm" for me. I like the sound to be a lot cleaner and crisp. What really works for these headphones are the build quality. They come across as way more expensive than what the cost actually is, everything about them is sturdy, right down to an awesome cord. Again, they are a worthy purchase, but don't expect to be blown away by the sound.
Nick Alec "I read the manuals so you dont hav..., Amazon
17 April 2012
Summary: I think these are good, not great, earbuds from a well known brand. Nothing really stands out to me about these earbuds except the price and the recognition of the phillips brand. The sound is good. The earbuds themselves are of nice quality with interchangeable ear caps to get a nice fit. Occasionally they will get loose but thats the case with all in-ear earbuds. If you want something that will not fall out as much, look into getting over-the-ear earbuds.
Summary: I have a couple of higher priced headphones that I use with my IPod and Android phone- This headset has the same superior sound quality- I am very impressed! The ear plugs are extra comfortable.. Having bigger ear holes normal headphones that fit in my ears have a hard time staying in, the ones that came already on fit perfect- There is also two different sizes depending on your comfort.
Good, but I would spend the extra money for the SHE9005A model
Quoad Toad, Amazon
16 April 2012
Summary: I had the opportunity to try out these headphones and the SHE9005A model. While I liked these headphones (SHE7005A/28), I think the more expensive model performs better and are more comfortable. If you have the extra money to spend, I would go for the higher model. However, the SHE7005A/28 headphones are still adequate and sound almost as good as the higher model. Again, I question the need for device specific headphones.