REVIEW: Philips SHE2675 In-Ear Headset
Are Philips’ smartphone friendly earphones worth it?
The SHE2675 earphones, released April this year, come with a built-in microphone, a myriad of different color options, and provide decent sound quality.
They look quite simple, and don't have an extremely long cable, which is good considering they're meant for phones. The large number of color options also means you can make them match your handset.
On default settings, the bass leaves a little something to be desired, but messing with your device's EQ settings can help fix that situation. They have a comparable sound to the default earphones that come with Blackberries and iPhones, minus the bass on Apple earphones.
For a low price point of $27.90, it's easy to forgive the SHE2675's shortcomings in the bass department. After all, its multi device compatibility (Blackberry, iPhone, and others) are great for those of us who use multiple phones in our daily lives.
With the SHE2675 earphones, Philips continues its tradition of making affordable equipment that provides decent but not amazing sound. These earphones are another example of this.
Final rating: 4/5