Product Type: Philips headphones
Description:Model ID SHN2500 / Philips SHN2500 - Headphones ( ear-bud ) - noise canceling / Switch on to switch off, with these in-ear noise-canceling ... more
Philips SHN2500 ... come with a variety of 3 cap sizes to ensure a perfect seal and comfortable fit. Philips SHN2500 are ideal for planes and trains.
Creates a perfect seal for perfect sound;
Hang the headphones around your neck for convenience;
Interchangeable cap sizes for a perfect fit in all ears;
Small control box avoids bulky control boxes;
Adaptor for in-flight entertainment system connection;
3.5 - 6.35mm adaptor connects to all types of audio devices;
A 1.2m long cable that is ideal for outdoor use.
Newest Review: ... dire effects on the bass, or lack thereof, actually heard at yer lug 'oles. Therefore, noise-cancellers take a repetitive ... more
Philips SHN2500 Price Comparison
Philips SHN2500 Noise Cancelling In Ear Headphones
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Customer Philips SHN2500 Reviews (6)
by - written on 24/03/10 (Very useful, 197 readings)
I've been meaning to get some different headphones for my Creative Zen Vision M MP3 player for a while now. The ones that came with it are uncomfortable in the extreme and have to be held in place deeper into the ear canal to achieve anything like a bass note. Without such manual attention, they sound tinny and worse still, keep falling out! Just about the only time I listen to them for any length of time is on a train or plane journey, and so I was interested to see a pair of Philips 'noise-cancelling' ear-bud style phones reduced from about £28 to £14.95 in Tesco. Noise-cancelling phones are intended to cut out background droning sounds such as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/01/09 (Very useful, 74 readings)
These headphones are the best I have ever owned. Initially I was worried about purchasing Philips as a previous set (of a different model) had spontaneously melted one day. The Philips SHN500 headphones have been perfect from the day I them. The earpieces have an earplug type bud that blocks out a fair amount of noise. They come with a variety of sizes for big ears and small ears and are quite effective at dulling noises sharp or high pitched noises. They are comfortable and don't feel awkward to me even if I'm laid on then or have my ears stuffed in a hat. For lower pitch noises and drones such as engines and traffic or other background noise, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/06/08 (Very useful, 261 readings)
It can be very annoying for other people to hear your music with other types of headphones, and that is a long-complained about issue; but from the other side, your enjoyment of music can be totally ruined by loud sounds around you (voices, laughing, public transport announcements, crying babies). These headphones go a long way towards dampening these intrusive noises so you can enjoy your music in peace, plus they keep noise in, so allow you to comfortably turn up the volume without disturbing other people, which in turn goes even further towards drowning out those irritating noises around you. I have used these headphones and they have very good noise ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/09 (Very useful, 86 readings)
I spent a long time researching whether to buy this product and found numerous reviews from rubbish to excellent. Having a cheap pair of noise cancelling earphones, which had similar reviews but were in fact excellent, I thought that opting for a well known brand would be a sure thing. Many people do not realise noise cancelling does not magically block-out all noise but removes a lot of the irritating stuff and I thought this was why there were bad reviews. Big mistake! I had heard that these earphones do not have any noise cancelling and that Philips give no customer support - well that is what I found myself. They just ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/10 (Useful, 27 readings)
These headphones are a little disappointing. There is nothing about them that is terrible they just vary from mediocrity to slight irritation. The sound quality is fine for the price but that is about all than can be said for it as it is indistinct at extremes and rather bass heavy. The earbuds are uncomfortable and while I usually plump for the medium size tips supplied with headphones I always used the largest ones supplied with these. This probally means that those with larger ears will struggle to get a good fit. The sound cancelling works although it means there is an irritating hissing noise which may get on your nerves. A further problem with these ... Read the complete review
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