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  • cardaudcardaud

    I love

    Philips SHP2000Published on 10/10/11 at 04:45
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    I was looking to replace a Sony MDR I own for years and had suffered a lot, repaired, etc ... I found this headset for a couple of euro, it's good, I did not spend more. It is very comfortable with good bass, small flat in the prolonged listening can make the hoop a headache ...
  • tancrede2tancrede2

    Philips SHP2000Published on 04/18/09 at 13:27
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    Very good product, good base, cheap and increasingly well it keeps the head.
  • apprenti bidouilleapprenti bidouille

    Philips SHP2000Published on 07/26/09 at 15:44
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    I bought these headphones because I wanted something I could do suffer without remorse something really cheap then.
    I was expecting to have a sound way trs ... And I did! the bass is much, much, much too far forward ... And have to hide the rest of the spectrum plutt imprcis ... INTERESTED not really sound so, but buy as a consumer, yes!
  • LuneralLuneral

    Philips SHP2000Published on 01/08/10 at 00:00
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    I use it for 5 years, this is my first headphone.

    My choice was made for the price I told myself that for 15 euros, I would have merdouille without interest, but at least I could watch movies or listen to music (I was not pregnant ).
    And I can say I had quite a surprise! Even if the bass is indeed much too far forward and it will never be worth a Sony MDR or a pair of monitors, the sound is really nice.

    Since I have not yet monitor (it's coming, it's coming ...), I mixed and mastered my music with this headset. If we turn a little low at mastering, no problem for that!

    Personally, for a headphone at 15 euros, I've never seen better. Value for money unbeatable.

    8 / 10.
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    I use it for 5 years, this is my first headphone.

    My choice was made for the price I told myself that for 15 euros, I would have merdouille without interest, but at least I could watch movies or listen to music (I was not pregnant ).
    And I can say I had quite a surprise! Even if the bass is indeed much too far forward and it will never be worth a Sony MDR or a pair of monitors, the sound is really nice.

    Since I have not yet monitor (it's coming, it's coming ...), I mixed and mastered my music with this headset. If we turn a little low at mastering, no problem for that!

    Personally, for a headphone at 15 euros, I've never seen better. Value for money unbeatable.

    8 / 10.
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  • minuscheriminuscheri

    Philips SHP2000Published on 03/03/11 at 09:16
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    For this price it is very good, much better than many other headphones in the same price range. While listening to music quietly, especially since it is really comfortable with the cushions in fabric!
    I have since invested in a beyerdynamic to still do serious work:) but I keep that Philips never let me down!
    I put him eight because at this price it is my opinion one of the best models.
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