Philips SHB-8850



Philips SHB-8850

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The Phillips SHB8850NC are a pair of headphones that bring a lot to the table without taking a lot from your wallet.They've got a lot of punch and a great deal of nuance, even over Bluetooth, to satisfy anyone wanting a good pair of budget...

By What Hi-Fi? on

Unfortunately for the Philips SHB8850NC, the budget price equates to budget ANC performance. Watch: Trusted Explains: What type of headphones should you...

By Trusted Reviews on

Philips' new SHB8850NC wireless noise cancelling headphones retail for just AUD$199, the kind of price where you don't often get noise cancelling features. They're small, lightweight and very portable, and with their attractive faux metal exterior, they...

By CyberShark on

The Philips SHB8850NC Active Noise Cancelling headphones are great value and offer respectable performance to hear your music without wires and without that annoying ambient...

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Noise cancellation can drive the cost of a headphone up, but there's usually a good reason for this: noise cancellation technologies tend not to be cheap, partly because it involves throwing in microphones but also because headphone makers know this is...

By Gadget Guy Australia on

This review forms part of a group of noise-cancelling headphones reviews appearing in Sound+Image Vol 29 #4 .These catchily-named SHB8850NC headphones combine both noise-cancelling and Bluetooth in a usefully compact closed on-ear design — the main...

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