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Save £7 on this Philips SHC2000/05 Infa-Red Noise Cancelling Headphones
Was £24.99 - Now onbly £17.99 Delivered
Description:

These full-size rechargeable infrared cordless headphones combine quality and convenience for either TV or music enjoyment in your home.

Philips headphones reproduce some terrific and sensational sounds from good Hi-Fi's.
The HC 230's are of no exception.They are infra red headphones and therefore require a base unit which plugs into the mains. The headphones themselves are lightweight and comfortable. They incorporate a power on/off switch, to save the battery power. (they use two batteries and if the power is always switched off when not in use the batteries last a very long time). There is also a volume control on the head unit.

The quality is second to none in sound reproduction.

The downside to this type of headphones is the fact that the head unit always has to 'see' the base unit, because the infra red beam has always got to be unbroken.
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1 Like #1
if they had been rf at this price i would have gone hot but ir is a total pain
#2
i think the battery lasts longer on ir tho...
#3
I have a pair of each and the sound quality of IR is way better than RF - you pays your money and takes your choice - heat added
1 Like #4
RedSkywalker
I have a pair of each and the sound quality of IR is way better than RF - you pays your money and takes your choice - heat added


OH GOOOOD!!! So these are not bad after all!
#5
I picked up a couple of these from ebay last year, about £5 each delivered (there were so many going that it was easy to get a low price)

Anyway, even for this price they are pretty good, I use them on my pc and xbox, and appart from them being ir, so need to be in line of sight of the transmitter, they do produce good sound. Maybe not the best for audio only, but i'm still pretty impressed with them.

Batteries seem to last forever, they come with a recharge cable that connects from the transmitter, I just give them a charge every few weeks, but only use them for a short period most days.

Overall a pretty good price if you can cope with them being ir (no hiss or interference at least)
#6
I have these to, although used very rarely.

I have to say that they do seem to be fairly good sound quality, and they are IR, but do they have a fairly decent range in a straight line, and not too bad on angles, as long as you place the sender in the right place
#7
[COLOR="Blue"][COLOR="Blue"]I bought these last year to go with my guitar amp and new guitar....Had to keep the peace with the misses ;-)

I highly recommend them since i paid £25 for them and was/am well happy with them.
Regarding the signal, yes it does distort if you are out of the "line of sight" but if you position it in the corner of a room say, you totally maximise your signal being that you can walk a round your room without loosing signal.

But if you happen to stray behind a wall.....be prepared for a sharp distorted sound.....i had mine up full blast......it did **** me up....lol

Hope it helps
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1 Like #8
Richierea;1987362
I picked up a couple of these from ebay last year


IR headphones or these philips ones?
1 Like #9
gary_rip
IR headphones or these philips ones?


These Philips ones, same model.
banned 1 Like #10
I've got a really decent pair of Bose noise cancelling headphones so will have to vote this cold...
#11
Are these out of stock now? Just seem to be available not from other sellers now?
#12
maddogb
if they had been rf at this price i would have gone hot but ir is a total pain


yeah sorry just noticed i shudda made this clearer, its me getting up and walking to the bathroom/kitchen/front door with headphones on that makes ir impractical, no fault of these and to be fair my philips rf ones are very good for 2 yrs now
#13
bilbobaggins;1988384
I've got a really decent pair of Bose noise cancelling headphones so will have to vote this cold...


??? That doesn't mean it's a cold deal just because you already have a pair of Bose! Which by the way I'd imagine you paid a lot for, for quite an average sound.

Good price for what they are. Tempted but I've already got a pair of SR60's.
#14
bilbobaggins
I've got a really decent pair of Bose noise cancelling headphones so will have to vote this cold...


I've just spent 1.2 million pounds on a yacht I'll only use twice a year, so I vote everything on this site cold. Lah-de-dah.

Judge a deal on its merits, or don't bother judging.
#15
i might invest a pair of these for my dad to use to watch tv ect, he wont be walking round with them on really so the ir range isnt much of a problem, great if the batterys last a while as well.
voted hot
#16
bilbobaggins
I've got a really decent pair of Bose noise cancelling headphones so will have to vote this cold...


This is my favourite ever post.
#17
I'm looking for something like these but with a microphone (for skype)but I'm not able to find it.
For what you guys are posting I take that fr is better than ir, so do any of you know of a wireless headset with microphone?

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