Philips SHE9550

Inexpensive IEMs that offer great value for money.

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    4.00 / 5
  • User Rating

    4.50 / 5 (of 1 Review)
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    $ 69.95 (AUD)

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Good design.
hmmm. Can't think of anything.
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Comfort: just right proportions. Ergonomics; (angled transducers, well sized strain relief allows easy hooking leads over ear, excellent lead's silcon.)
Real world: awareness of the user's situation (in dark, or visually challenged) with distinct tactile 'knobs' on the left ear pod, and little tangling of leads thanks to silicon specification.
Sound: for the price, simply no competition. To my old ears good Fi.
Design: The first time in 55 years in and around the electronics industry the first time I have had cause to actually admire *every facet of the design of such a taken-for-granted item.
Here to by another couple, in case 'they' decide to cease manufacture, and for a friend.

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