14 Oct

Philips SHL9560

If you like beautiful original youth best noise cancelling headphones, then the Philips SHL9560 will surely come to your liking at first sight. However, if the design of the company’s employees worked perfectly, then with the sound of not all is clear even with the use of 40-mm drivers and a closed type of headphones.

First of all, an original design strikes the eye, it stands out with a colorful yellow tie on the headband and solid oval classic ear pads. Philips SHL9560 can appeal to both young and older generation.

On ergonomics, there are also no complaints: the adjustable screed and the cushions of leatherette pleasant to the touch will completely cover the ear without excessive pressure and sweating. The plastic of the construction does not at all look like cheap plastic and, in any case, does not smell.

Unfortunately, the authors decided to make these not the smallest headphones yet completely incoherent. In addition, to the design flaws can be attributed excessive rasp of the rim, which is given at every step and can really irritate. If you prefer to listen to music in a comfortable sitting or lying environment, you will not feel any discomfort from scratching, but with active actions this noise can pester.

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Sound Quality

As already mentioned, the sound of the SHL9560, unlike the design embodiment, is not so perfect. First of all, the bass lines are not particularly expressive. For example, low male and even female vocal parts can strongly foil. Therefore, if you are a fan of “metal”, especially styles with growling and scrambling, then the sound of your favorite songs in the noise cancelling headphones 2017 is unlikely to please you. On the good side, medium and high frequencies show themselves, so club, instrumental, pop, guitar tracks in these headphones will sound very good. Also, the sound insulation of headphones contributes to pleasant sensations from listening to music.

Conclusion

 

Headphones PHILIPS SHL9560Thus, Philips SHL9560, despite the overall positive picture, has a slightly overpriced value. Despite its attractive and beautiful design, the design does not have durable and expensive materials, it can not fold, and it can creak from time to time. Add to that the weak, and you’ll understand why Philips should sell the SHL9560 model cheaper.

Pros:

 

  • design;
  • excellent sound insulation;
  • soft ear cushions;
  • good high and medium frequencies.

Cons:

 

  • weak fuzzy bass;
  • creaky headband;
  • overcharge;
  • case of cheap noise cancelling headphones.