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You’ve searched high and low for the perfect headphones to deliver high precision sound, but nothing gives you what you’re looking for. If poor quality headphones are keeping you from holding on for one more day, the Philips SHP9500 Headphones are sure to break free the chains of bad sound Read More
You’ve searched high and low for the perfect headphones to deliver high precision sound, but nothing gives you what you’re looking for. If poor quality headphones are keeping you from holding on for one more day, the Philips SHP9500 Headphones are sure to break free the chains of bad sound.
50 mm neodymium drivers help deliver a full sound stage and are angled to align perfectly with your ear for the ideal listening experience. Offering you lively, spacious sound that boasts detailed highs, balanced mids, and a solid, well-represented bass that Philips SHP9500 rocks an open back, over the ear design to give you nice isolation while you’re jamming to shining, authentic sound.
The SHP9500s look and sound so good, you won’t want to take them off, which is perfect because they are designed to bring you optimal comfort during long listening sessions. Featuring deluxe breathable ear pads that dissipate pressure and heat for longer wear working alongside a durable steel headband that has been double layered with cushioning, and a 3 meter cable to give you a wide range of movement, the Philips SHP9500 Headphones are high quality cans that keep you and your ears very happy.
50 mm neodymium drivers
Impedance: 32 ohm
Maximum power input: 200 mW
Sensitivity: 101 dB
Frequency response: 12 - 35 000 Hz
Cable Connection: one-sided
11 oz (.32 kg)
Detachable 118 in (3 m) cable
Estimated ship date is Mar 7, 2022 PT.
Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final.
Top Customer Questions9
Anyone know what the bass is like on these? Ive heard that these headphones lack bass and I plan to listen to edm and play games with these.
I tend to like the sound of Sennheiser 500-series headphones, as well as Audio-Technica models like the ATH-M40. Realizing that "sound characteristics" can be pretty subjective, anyone who own these willing to take a stab at describing it ? Esp. if your familiar with the Sennheisers or the Audio-Technicas ?