Summary: As always you expect the best from PHILIPS and you get it everytime. these headphones are fantastic the sound the bass top notch. I was playing ZZTOP on my galaxy 11 with these headphones outside and the sound was just amazing.
Summary: Used it for 3 weeks now , And the sound quality is decent for a earphone in this price range, The earphones a very comfortable because of the foam present (really really soft) so you can wear it for hours without any discomfort.
Summary: Up until I received these, the only other pair I had vast experience of using was the Sony Fontopia range, an in-ear style headphone. Thus, I feel compelled to compare these Philips branded headphones to the Sony ones even though they are clearly a different style.
Summary: OK - I am definitely NO expert when it comes to treble and bass. But I use headphones regularly - both for spoken word and music - and often for meditation CDs. And my biggest issue is usually comfort. Most in-ear are a nightmare for me and many of this type as well.
Summary: The SHL9300/10 headphones from Philips offer decent fidelity, ideal for listening to movies/speech as well as a broad spectrum of music from classical to drum and bass. The frequency response is very good from 10-28,000hz. A gold plated connector offers least loss upon connection too.
Summary: I was looking for some headphones that I could slip into my laptop bag that wouldn't take up too much space. With space being an issue I was primarily looking at in-the-ear type headphones, despite the nagging feeling that I would find them constantly falling out.
Summary: The pro's: Great sound quality with solid but not booming bass. Works well with anything from rock to opera, electro to classics. Relatively compact for a "full size" head set - the folding ear pieces are a neat touch which makes them just small enough to fit into a pocket or small bag.