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Philips SHL5800 - Best looking budget cans?

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Apparently one of the new models running for about $50. Anyone own a pair to share some impressions? These are beautiful..


Edited by TobaccoRoad - 4/24/11 at 11:17pm
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Indeed they look gorgeous, dont own one but found an unboxing video!wink.gif

 

 


Edited by bala - 5/3/11 at 3:09am
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Does anyone have these? Is it true that after sometime that red leather gets covered by dirt and it turns black?

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How about these beauty's. I think these headphones are quality, and I have tried almost all of them. These have awesome sound and the quality is brilliant. I however am not too fond of having 2 wires dangling from each side of the headphones, as I find it unnecessary, so what do you do in a situation like this? Yep, you modify them. Here's our most recent creation. The Phillip's SHL5800 lightweight, portable version. :) It wouldn't let me insert an image into the HTML code or use an image as an attachment, so have had to put it on my website link http://www.fixmyheadphones.co.uk/shl5800mod.jpg Hope you like them :D


Edited by fixmyheadphones - 8/12/13 at 7:26am
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I'll post that up for you.

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Cheers. Took me quite a while to do today. But just a little product. Not seen anybody mod these before. Great headphones by the way, expensive as well, but very similar sound to Dre Beats, but better quality I think.


Edited by fixmyheadphones - 8/12/13 at 4:21pm
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