Head Gear Reviews by X1787X
  1. Philips SHP9500

    4.00 star(s)
    The Philips SHP9500 is well established in the audiophile community as a very good pair of budget headphones. I am a low-fi owner as of now, and I don't have any high end gear yet. Recently I purchased a pair of shp9500 to try them out, and after burn in and getting used to it, they are my daily drivers now. This is a very lightweight pair of cans, using mostly plastic with some metal in the grills and the headband. But beware, the pads are really shallow, and for most people their ears will touch the insides of the headphones. The earpads are not...
  2. Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones

    4.50 star(s)
    Having had these for 4 years now, I feel confident in giving them a review. These are travelling noise cancelling headphones, and not really intended for audiophiles. If you want the best sound quality, go somewhere else. I recommend shure aonic 50, sennheiser momentum 3, b&w px7, b&o H95 and jbl club one for sound These come with a bad 2.5 to 3.5 plastic cable that has a diameter of 1 mm. That's embarrassing and dangerously fragile. Noise cancelling is effective but can only be controlled through the phone. Soundstage is quite intimate and...