Philips Audio Flite Wireless On-Ear Wireless Headphones (black, white is £2 more) @ AO (free delivery/ C&C)
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Philips Audio Flite Wireless On-Ear Wireless Headphones (black, white is £2 more) @ AO (free delivery/ C&C)

£17£39.9957%ao.com Deals
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Found 30th Mar
Also available for the same price from Boots (Kitchen Appliances)

Key Features
On-ear headphones for great comfort
Bluetooth connectivity with a 9 hour battery life
Noise-isolating design blocks out external sound
Easily accessible play and pause controls
Microphone and controls make it easy to take calls
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anybody have a set of these? are they any good?
Can u use with ps4 is the question.
I got the more expensive ones recently from amazon warehouse 20% off deal recently. Got 32 quid vs rrp of 60. These are cheaper and have lower battery life but cannot say what other difference is. The expensive ones were really light and sounded good for the brief time I tested

Philips Flite Everlite SHB4805DC Wireless Bluetooth Headphones with Mic, Remote Control, Foldable - Black amazon.co.uk/dp/…C0P

Was very impressed how light for full over ear
Edited by: "jameshothothot" 30th Mar
Looks like amazon is price matching! In which case ordering for my son as like their delivery options to doddle

Philips Flite Ultrlite SHB4405BK Bluetooh headphones Wireless with Mic, Ultralight, 9 hours playtime, Remote Control, Foldable - Black amazon.co.uk/dp/…M2E
Comparison of specs of the ones I bought (bottom) vs the £17 ones (top)
Apart from battery life and weight (13 hours expensive vs 9 hours cheaper)

The impedance is 24ohm on cheaper vs 32 on more expensive

Anyone know what that means in layman terms?

specs of the cheaper ones:
philips.co.uk/c-p…ons
Acoustic systemClosed
Magnet typeNeodymium
Impedance24 Ohm
Speaker diameter32 mm
Frequency range9 - 22 000 Hz
Maximum power input40 mW
Sensitivity103 dB
DiaphragmPET

specs of the ones I bought
philips.co.uk/c-p…ons
Acoustic systemClosed
Magnet typeNeodymium
Impedance32 Ohm
Speaker diameter32 mm
Frequency range9 - 22 000 Hz
Maximum power input40 mW
Sensitivity103 dB
DiaphragmPET
jameshothothot1 h, 41 m ago

Comparison of specs of the ones I bought (bottom) vs the £17 ones …Comparison of specs of the ones I bought (bottom) vs the £17 ones (top)Apart from battery life and weight (13 hours expensive vs 9 hours cheaper)The impedance is 24ohm on cheaper vs 32 on more expensiveAnyone know what that means in layman terms?specs of the cheaper ones:https://www.philips.co.uk/c-p/SHB4405BK_00/flite-wireless-bluetooth-headphones/specificationsAcoustic systemClosedMagnet typeNeodymiumImpedance24 OhmSpeaker diameter32 mmFrequency range9 - 22 000 HzMaximum power input40 mWSensitivity103 dBDiaphragmPETspecs of the ones I boughthttps://www.philips.co.uk/c-p/SHB4805DC_00/flite-wireless-bluetooth-headphones/specificationsAcoustic systemClosedMagnet typeNeodymiumImpedance32 OhmSpeaker diameter32 mmFrequency range9 - 22 000 HzMaximum power input40 mWSensitivity103 dBDiaphragmPET


Lower impedance on headphones means usually easier to drive, so can deliver higher volumes and cleaner sound.
Thank you. Ordered. Get them next Friday with free Delivery. Heat added.
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