Philips SHP1900/10 Over-Ear Headphone Review
Philips India Limited is a subsidiary of Royal Philips of the Netherlands, a leading health technology company. This companies products are always something you can depend on.
The new Philips SHP 1900/10 is something like that. If you’re an avid music listener and want a headphone that does not only sound good but is also pocket-friendly, then this is your product to enjoy seamlessly.
This headset is an ideal pick for people who are looking for something lightweight and comfortable. It comes with a 3.5mm jack and a frequency of 20-20000Hz.
This headset is so lightweight that you’ll hardly feel anything. That is why it is easy to carry outdoor while traveling. There are very few Over the ear headsets out there, which are light weighted. So if this is one of your priorities, then this is it. It weighs only 300grams.
The ear cushions are so comfortable that you’ll forget that you’re wearing the headset. I’m not joking because of lightweight and comfortable cushions, which is also eye-catching.
Philips SHP1900/10 is providing a 2-meter length of cable right out of the box. You can roam easily with your audio device giving you freedom of movement — no more shortage of wire.
What Do We like
As you can buy these headphones under 1000 INR, it has no noise cancellation feature. The full-size ear shells help block the external noise as much as possible. It’s comfortable and won’t hurt your ear as well.
Loudness and Clarity
The loudness of this headset is quite good. And sound clarity is good for listening to music, watching movies, etc. If you’re planning to play games with these headphones, you might wanna reconsider that. Overall, sound quality is excellent. Won’t say it’s the best but suitable for this price range.
The headphone’s build is decent. It’s made of good quality plastic, which is quite good for this price. It is durable and sturdy.
What We Don’t Like
Whereas the other headphones of this price range come with a built-in mic, this one doesn’t have it. Philips should’ve thought about putting one. The average quality microphone would’ve done the job for this price range.
There are no volume control buttons on the headset. The device you’re plugging into is the place where you have to control the volume — no external buttons.
This product is comfortable and very lightweight. Philips has put a lot of features into it in this price range.
Pro Gamers stay away from this model. But if you’re planning to watch movies or listen to music, then it’s a good buy.