Philips SBC HC 8400
Product Type: Philips headphones
Description:Price: 52 £ / Headphone-Type: Head / Design: Closed / Wireless: Yes / Infrared: No
Newest Review: ... and much more possibilities! I took them out of their packaging and read the instructions . From what I read I thought all ... more
Customer Philips SBC HC 8400 Reviews (2)
by - written on 29/12/03, updated on 29/12/03 (Very useful, 661 readings)
Hooray...., headphones are no longer dull and boring. This is relatively new to me and I didn't even know they existed. Philips have introduced wireless headphones which look funky fresh and oh so modern. It was my birthday a couple of months ago and my parents decided to get me them because they know how much I love my music and they seemed such a bargain. I received them later on and was delighted with what I saw. A silvery black colour with what looked like soft padding on the inside. They felt quite heavy in my hand but they're headphones not earphones. I thought it would be alright once I put them on my head. I couldn?t think what else I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/10/01, updated on 07/10/01 (Useful, 629 readings)
Music is great. portable music is great. Lightweight portable headphones are EXELENT. I got these headphones as a birthday present.. and wow! what a birthday present they where. These are most comfortable feeling headphones ever created! They sit snugly over your head, dangling away. These are supplied with a base set, and a few cables, and a power plug, and batteries, and of course, the headphones themselves. The base set contains a litle hook on the top as seen on the image for holding the headphones, 2 LED's on the front, one to show when the power is on, one to show when it is charging, and 3 holes in the back.. one for the power cable, one for ... Read the complete review
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