Philips SHN9500 Active Noise Cancelling Headphones - £39.97 @ eBay (Currys/PC World Outlet) - HotUKDeals
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Item Condition: Brand new, unused item though there is no manufacturer's seal on the box.
New product comes with our 12 month guarantee from the date of purchase.
£99.99 @ Play
£70 from a reseller on Amazon
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Block out irritating background noise and enjoy your music in peace with the Philips SHN9500 noise-cancelling headphones. These headphones can actively block out 85% of background noise by using small headphone microphones and an electronic system built into the earphones to produce ‘antinoise', which matches outside noise with the sound from your audio player, effectively cancelling each other out.

The Philips SHN9500 noise-cancelling headphones are ideal for use on planes and trains, where there's a constant background noise.

These headphones play audio through their neodymium drivers, yet they are remarkably comfortable to wear. They have soft ear cushions, which enclose the speakers around the ears to create a seal preventing sound from escaping. The headband is adjustable and the 1.2m headphone cord allows you to move around easily when the Philips SHN9500 noise-cancelling headphones are connected to your portable device. A 6.35mm adaptor is included, too, so you can connect your headphones to a home hi-fi system.

Product Description: Philips SHN9500 - headphones
Product Type: Headphones - wired
Headphones Type: Headphones - binaural
Headphones Form Factor: Ear-cup
Connectivity Technology: Wired
Sound Output Mode: Stereo
Response Bandwidth: 20 - 22000 Hz
Active Noise Canceling: Yes

Extended Specifications

General

Features: Noise cancelling circuit
Product Type: Headphones

Connections

Connector Type: 1 x headphones ( mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm )

Headphones

Connectivity Technology: Wired
Diaphragm: Mylar - 40 mm
Headphones Form Factor: Ear-cup
Headphones Technology: Dynamic
Headphones Type: Headphones - binaural
Impedance: 32 Ohm
Magnet Material: Neodymium
Response Bandwidth: 20 - 22000 Hz
Sensitivity: 102 dB
Sound Output Mode: Stereo

Power

Battery: 1 x battery - AAA type
Included Qty: 1

Miscellaneous

Cables Included: Headphones cable - external - 1.2 m ¦ Headphones adapter - external
Included Accessories: Carrying pouch, airplane adapter
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#1
These look very nice
#2
Thank you, just ordered a pair.
#3
Nice!
#4
very retro looking - nice. already have bose on ear and sennheiser over ear headphones so cnt justify buying these but great deal. heat added :)
#5
Ordered a pair - worth a punt at this price!

Cheers OP
#6
A lot cheaper than bose one ordered cheers op voted hot from me
#7
Ordered, thanks mamboboy - been looking for some good, comfortable headphones under £50 with minimal sound leak for when I fly to florida in May. The Noise Cancellation is a bonus!
2 Likes #8
What Hi fi gave them 4/5 stars with a guide price of £150
#9
Seems like a good deal - just bought a pair.
#10
they look cool! 8)
#11
Are these for mp3 players or would they drain something like a Sanza Clip+ too much? The final caveat is I don't know if I want to wear £100 headphones about with the random rain we're having X)
#12
montblanc
Are these for mp3 players or would they drain something like a Sanza Clip+ too much? The final caveat is I don't know if I want to wear £100 headphones about with the random rain we're having X)


"Power
Battery: 1 x battery - AAA type
Included Qty: 1 "

Looks like they're battery powered, so shouldn't drain your MP3 player! Quite niffty really, although I always find AAA a pain, prefer AA's but its hardly something to soff at when you're getting an £80 pair of headphones for half the price!
#13
bargain price, thanks :)
#14
I'm tempted but to bulky for my liking to take on a plane as I like to travel lite. I must resist.
#15
these are quite good i had these to use on the ps3 when my wife was in bed before i got a bluetooth set when i bought a new tv with bluetooth
1 Like #16
Link to What HiFi review
4/5 stars with rrp of £150
#17
hope it sounds as nice as it looks.
just ordered one.
Hot.
Thanks.
1 Like #18
Pwild

"Power
Battery: 1 x battery - AAA type
Included Qty: 1 "

Looks like they're battery powered, so shouldn't drain your MP3 player! Quite niffty really, although I always find AAA a pain, prefer AA's but its hardly something to soff at when you're getting an £80 pair of headphones for half the price!


I think the battery would be for the noise cancelling...
2 Likes #19
Can anyone confirm these are effective against droning women in the region of 100 decibels ?
1 Like #20
so they are wireless with option to connect cable or what?
#21
got one. thanks OP
1 Like #22
scum on the run
Can anyone confirm these are effective against droning women in the region of 100 decibels ?


Neither man nor mountain is capable of this .........so get used to us ;)
#23
niiice. hot
1 Like #24
qfel
so they are wireless with option to connect cable or what?


from above
"Connectivity Technology: Wired "
#25
One consideration is where this battery goes in. I had a pair of Philips noise-cancelling buds, and the battery and on/off switch were on a hideously bulky unit at an annoying halfway point down the cable. Fine for on the plane when you're not moving around, but for everyday use it was just a nuisance, forever getting snagged on things.
2 Likes #26
wotguvnotmeguv
One consideration is where this battery goes in. I had a pair of Philips noise-cancelling buds, and the battery and on/off switch were on a hideously bulky unit at an annoying halfway point down the cable. Fine for on the plane when you're not moving around, but for everyday use it was just a nuisance, forever getting snagged on things.


Apparently not, from the photos looks really nice! http://www.bearboss.com/?p=696

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#27
Have this they are excellent value and great for noice cancellation works well on trains, planes and automobiles :)
#28
so they are wired and yet it needs a AAA battery?
1 Like #29
Yes, the AAA battery is used by the noise cancelling part.
1 Like #30
Noise cancelling takes electronics, hence the battery.

Would consider these but wonder on the battery life, rechargable AAAs are quite low mAh usually.
#31
Oh.. was not aware of that then... Is this normal for all noise cancelling headphones?
1 Like #32
Its normal for all Active noise cancelling headphones.

Temping deal. Will save for later.
#33
qfel
so they are wireless with option to connect cable or what?


That's how I read i toot- that they have option of both..but as barman clarified, they're wired. ta barman for the info. box doesn't show a transmitter either to enable wireless
#34
Looks pretty good and a lot less than Bose
#35
Thanks, bought a pair.
#36
Bose have sold out and aren't what they used to be anymore. I'd go for these over overpriced Bose any day!
#37
scum on the run
Can anyone confirm these are effective against droning women in the region of 100 decibels ?
100decibles, count yourself lucky
#38
Think I got the last one. Thank you
#39
Thanks brought and heat added!!
#40
Thanks brought and heat added!!

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