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Philips SHL3000RD Adjustable On-Ear Headband Headphones with 75mm Cushioned Earpads

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Philips SHL3000RD Adjustable On-Ear Headband Headphones with 75mm Cushioned Earpads

It provides you powerful sound and bass. Thanks to the 1000mW power handling capacity and 32mm neodymium drivers. Designed together with the rotational soft cushioned earshells, you will get a perfect listening experience on the go.

  • Philips SHL3000 (Red) DJ Monitoring Headband Headphones
  • On-Ear DJ Inspired Headband Headphones
  • Clear and powerful sound provided by the 32mm speaker drivers
  • The Earpieces swivel 165 degrees for single side monitoring and added comfort
  • Extra cushy earpads provide comfort for all day wearing
  • Neodymium speaker drivers push a strong and concise audio output
  • Primary Color: Red (Reddish-Orange)
  • Secondary Color/Two Tone: Black


  • Frequency Range: 20 - 20kHz
  • Sensitivity: 106dB
  • Impedance: 24 Ohm
  • Noise Isolation: -8dB
  • Max Power Input: 1000mW
  • Speaker Type: Dynamic Driver
  • Driver Size: 32 mm
  • Ear Pads: Padded, 75 mm Cushion
  • DJ Swivel Motion: Yes, 165 Degrees

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