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Philips SHE1350/00 earphones

ReviewReviewJun 19, '11 12:52 PM
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Category:Computers & Electronics
Product Type: Other
Manufacturer:  Philips earbuds
This is my latest and cheapest earphones found on Public a large chain of stores with the price of E4,8 only

As shown from the photo these ear buds are very close to my legendary MDR755 from Sony that offers one of the best sounds so far (excluding the biggest models) It was too bad that I did not shot it before I opened from its packing .

Now using it , seems to be lighter than the Sony's counterpart and with a feeling that the lid is as 'fake'

Audio level is the same as with the MDR bur lacks the bandwidth and the ‘bassy’-ness of the MDR That means the higher frequencies that only my fist MDR and the Degen 929 could offer , can’ t be heard with these little ear buds . Also the lack of basses makes them feel ‘flatty’ .Any way with so cheap ear buds could you expect something good?



It is quite good for players or radios that require some ‘trebly’ enhancement. As for example I use it together with my DE1102 radio especially for medium waves for some enhancement


Now to add  a more info:I tested it with the MDR in a split parallel mode , ie using both earphones connected to a audio splitter and then using one ear bud in each ear . The left ear bud from Philips  and the right earbud from Sony .




THis is the connection to the Bolong radio which  givesa quite  high trebles
Under this way , the bassy part has been  driven to the right (ie to the Sony ),the sound was  more diverse than normal (ie more wide than normal ) but the higher pitches i expected  have been not heard. I suspect the splitter  cuts some treble .  Too bad...  and notice that i am not very keen HiFi  guy!!



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portstevos wrote on Jun 19, '11
earbuds can be really bad quality, especially the ones that come with standard cheap MP3 players from China. I have a pair of white coloured Signet brand earbuds that cost $15.00 Australian Dollars which really are good quality with much louder volume and a wide frequency range that is close to Hi Fi & sounding like much larger closed headphones
portstevos wrote on Jun 22, '11
yes Zach, the good old audio splitter, not a really good idea for proper A/B testing, better to use an audio or A/V switch so that two earphones don't load the single headphone socket of your stereo system or MP3 or computer which can have an affect on the sound quality. Yes, like you, I have done many A/B comparisons with many and various bits of equipment and cables (yes, even cables can have a dramatic affect on sound quality, especially in a decent quality Hi Fi audio system!) Audio and video splitting devices (splitting the source into two or more parallel devices) is not a good idea as simple splitters can affect the impedances and have a bad affect on the outcome!

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