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$35.00 list($49.99)
161. Philips PSC70417 4-Channel Sound
$1,483.63 list($1,999.99)
162. Philips 60PP9202 Epic 60" HDTV-Ready
$676.99 $638.33 list($999.99)
163. Philips TSU7000 Pronto Pro Universal
$312.99 $179.99 list($349.99)
164. Philips TSU3000 Pronto Next Generation
$1,430.99 $1,199.88 list($1,499.99)
165. PHILIPS TSi6400 iPronto Wireless
$9.70 list($14.99)
166. Philips HS500 Behind the Head
$59.99 $45.95
167. Philips HN060 Noise-Canceling
$159.99 list($199.99)
168. Philips TSU500 Pronto NEO Universal
$14.94 list($39.99)
169. Philips HP170 Full-Size Headphones
$44.94 $30.00 list($59.99)
170. Philips HN050 Noise Canceling
$19.99
171. Philips HP250 Full-Size Headphones
$17.99 $16.99 list($24.99)
172. Philips HE591 Surround Sound Ear
$8.48 $8.37 list($14.99)
173. Philips PM435S 4-Device Universal
$49.99
174. Philips EXP3361 Personal CD /
$13.14 $12.99 list($15.99)
175. Philips PM625S 6-Device Universal
$39.99
176. Philips AX3312 Personal CD
$9.45 list($17.99)
177. Philips Magnavox PMDVD6 Universal
$17.99 $16.98 list($24.99)
178. Philips HE592 Surround Sound Ear
$49.99
179. Philips AX5311 Personal CD with
$13.99 $13.28 list()
180. PHILIPS MAGNAVOX PM64020 TV Shelf

161. Philips PSC70417 4-Channel Sound Card
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00005LDPP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 41007
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162. Philips 60PP9202 Epic 60" HDTV-Ready TV
list price: $1,999.99
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Asin: B000066R5N
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 18603
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

When larger-than-life movie viewing is in question, Philips' monster 60-inch 60PP9202 poses a clear answer. The set is tailor-made for rendering the latest high-definition broadcast programming with clarity and vivid color. The standard aspect-ratio (4:3) set delivers 1080i high-definition signals at full resolution when connected to an optional digital set-top box. Now you'll be able to revel in every drop of water, each soaring aerial shot in your favorite programming, whether off-air HDTV broadcasts or DVDs played through top-of-the-line progressive-scan DVD players.Technologies like 35-point digital convergence, Automatic Phosphor Aging Compensation (APAC, which automatically shifts your television picture in very small increments to defray image burn-in), and Active Control (which continuously analyzes the picture to control digital noise reduction and sharpness) enhance the picture in subtle but meaningful ways. Other features include picture-in-picture and a protective screen filter.

What's in the Box
TV, remote control, batteries, user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

Features

  • 60-inch projection TV with auto aspect-ratio adaptation; 52.6 x 64.1 x 27 inches (W x D x H)
  • Standard 4:3 aspect ratio; 35-point digital convergence
  • Automatic Phosphor Aging Compensation (APAC) defrays image burn-in
  • Headphone jack with independent headphone volume control; automatic volume leveler (AVL) minimizes drastic level swings
  • Incredible Surround simulates surround sound through the set's own two 10 wpc speakers

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great TV _ Even Better Price
This is a great TV for those who desire size & and good picture. The screen is squarer than the more popular "widescreen TVs" showing picture in the standard TV 4:3 aspect ratio. However with such a large 60" screen when watching movies that have been formatted in the 16:9 aspect ratio (widescreen) you will receive the widescreen picture with top and bottom letterbox bars (black bars) in screen size of 55"! It has 4 AV output (3 back , 1 side). To top it off it was a great price! My husband loves watching the football games on it and I love watching CSI. Great Picture _ Great Deal _ Get the TV the whole family will love it!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great picture for the price, easy to use, only 1 HD tuner
This TV is huge and is great for anyone that wants a big screen TV with standard 4:3 aspect, but still show a large 16:9 widescreen display for under $2K. The widescreen is 55"! It is beautiful as my wife has said. I recommend this TV for anyone that is on budget, not that this TV is cheap. The size and picture are absolutely stunning. I've only had minor issues with this product. The single HD tuner required me to purchase an HDTV swither so that I could play 480p (progressive scan) DVD's and also hook up my HD cable TV box. I bought the MadCatz HDTV swither for $20. Works great. The HD tuner cannot understand analog or 480i signals. I don't know if this is normal, but being a newbie at this stuff, it took me a while to figure out the right configuration for all of my hardware. The TV comes with a protective screen which has already paid off since my kids have written on it with pens and also scratched it within the first 2 weeks of ownership. Also, closed captioning is not an option under HD mode, unless you switch it on "manually" through the cable box or subtitles on the DVD player. I couldn't figure out how to turn it off until a service guy came out and figured the problem. The manual omitted that you cannot control it through AV-4 (HD mode). Customer Service was responsive when I contacted them regarding the closed captioning issue. My Playstation 2 is also fun to play on this set. ... Read more


163. Philips TSU7000 Pronto Pro Universal Touch Screen Remote Control
list price: $999.99
our price: $676.99
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Asin: B0001AU99G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 4398
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Features

  • Universal touch screen remote control with 3.8-inch TFT LCD display
  • Pre-installed codes for more than 800 brands; learns new codes as system changes
  • Digital user interface lets user add, delete, and personalize buttons and functions
  • 32 MB internal memory for creating large custom configurations
  • Ergonomic design with 1-hand operation; includes PC software package

164. Philips TSU3000 Pronto Next Generation Remote
list price: $349.99
our price: $312.99
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Asin: B000095JBD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 1452
Average Customer Review: 2.86 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Featuring a roomy four megabytes of non-volatile flash memory, the Philips Pronto TSU3000 touch-screen universal remote puts home theater control in the palm of your hand. Its 3.8-inch-diagonal LCD screen renders system information in dynamic, 16-level grayscale, and its radio-frequency control frees you from having to maintain line-of-sight between the Pronto and your gear.

The included Pronto Edit Software lets your imagination take control. By synchronizing the Pronto to a PC via a simple USB connection, you can import graphics (such as channel icons or pictures of your audio/video components), edit macro commands, customize menus, and lay out the virtual buttons on the LCD for convenient, single-tap commands.

Exterior controls further simplify remote operation. Browse menu screens using the four-directional navigation button, both vertically (through the pages of each device) and horizontally (through the different devices). The unit's icy blue backlight is perfect for granting accessibility while you're watching movies with the lights down low. ... Read more

Features

  • Built-in U.S. Universal Database with pre-installed codes for over 500 brands in 13 device categories
  • LCD display has a high resolution and provides a bright backlight for convenient operation in the dark
  • USB Port - remote can be upgraded via the Internet
  • Virtually Unlimited Macros
  • ProntoEdit allows you to fully customize the user interface to suit your personal remoting style

Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars Perhaps satisfaction is a matter of perspective.....
I am an owner of a TSU-2000, and I recently upgraded to the TSU-3000.

I upgraded because I felt that the TSU-2000 lacked perfection in only 3 areas. First, the graphics (specifically the contrast) on the 2000's screen are mediocre, although they are very usable. Second, the 2000 lacks a physical toggle/cursor. Third, the 2000 uses batteries and, like any device that does, they must be replaced (or recharged) from time to time.

The TSU-3000 does admirably solve the first 2 issues, and I never expected the third to be solved in my lifetime. The TSU-3000's graphics are very good, and it has a toggle.

The TSU-3000's performance on the third issue, batteries, is illustrative of my faulty thinking when I upgraded. It never occurred to me that the upgraded model would perform significantly worse than the old model in lots of areas, but the performance of the 3000 is significantly poorer than that of the 2000 in many, many areas. In other words, not only does the 3000 need its little batteries recharged too often, but its performance in other areas is also deficient when compared to the 2000.

I am woefully familiar with remote central dot com. The forums there are very helpful, and very informative. Evidently, when the 2000 was upgraded to the 3000, the starting point was the processor. The Motorola processor used in the Palm Pilot and the 2000 was discarded in favor of a processor made by Mitsubishi. Unfortunately, the newer Mitsubishi processor doesn't work as well as the old Motorola processor. The new processor required new graphic software for the 3000 and, you guessed it, the new software does not work as well either. The list of performance deficiencies goes on..... I'd recommend reading the whole saga at remote central. The problems appear to plague all the new Pronto models--the 3000, the 7000 and the iPronto.

So, older is better. Oddly, prices reflect this, too. As of a few minutes ago, refurbed 3000s sell for less than refurbed 2000s. Now, if that doesn't make you stop and think, nothing will. Hmmm..... Is this another case of a company building a great product and then cutting costs in a new model, hoping to make money from past performance?

I don't know the answer to that question, but I do know this: my 2000 is going to my bedroom, and my 3000 is going to my closet. For my living room, I'm going to buy a refurbished 6000, the one with the Palm Pilot processor.

Bottom line: When compared to the 2000, the 3000 doesn't make it. Perhaps satisfaction IS purely a matter of perspective, and maybe my views are too influenced by the fact that I already own the best, that being the 2000, and the 3000 does not compare favorably.

3-0 out of 5 stars Works well if you put in the time, devours batteries
I've likely put in no less than 100 hours configuring this remote using the PC software, and this is after I reused artwork and icons from many others who share on remote central. The result is a an attractive and easy to use display which can drive everything in my home entertainment system. Unfortunately, even with all the effort babysitters may still struggle to make everything work right. This remote and its software provides you great flexibility, but you have to really put the time in (on the order of weeks and months)to set everything up nicely. I rather enjoy doing all that, but I believe most people will not.
The greatest drawback with this device though is the battery life. I went through a set of 4 AAAs every few days. I therefore went to rechargables which I have to recharge every 2 days. I want to recommend this remote, but given the difficulty many will find in programming it and the battery life I have to stop short.

4-0 out of 5 stars A Great Universal Remote for Programmers and Techies
The Philips Pronto is the ultimate universal remote for those who want total control and flexibility, and are willing to invest the money and time. Although not required (but recommended), Windows based PC software is provided for designing and programming your screen/button configurations. A USB cable is included to exchange (download and upload) configurations between your PC and the Pronto. IR codes for many products are included and/or can be learned from your existing remotes.

There are a few downsides. The Windows based ProntoEdit software although good, does not have all of the tools that one might like to have for designing and tweaking the screen/button configurations. As a result, button alignment and distribution (consistent spacing between buttons) can be very time consuming. The software is a little quirky, has been known to crash and to corrupt configurations. You can avoid problems though by being careful and making backup copies of your configuration files.

The manual isn't great but 3rd party programming assistance is out there, for instance a better design/programming reference is available on the Pronto Wizard web site. The battery life is very short especially during programming cycles so I recommend purchasing the DS3000 docking station which comes with a rechargeable battery pack and acts as a charger. The IR range is very good, but if you would like to control devices from a distance of more that 30 feet or in a different room, the RFX6000 RF extender is an excellent product.

2-0 out of 5 stars can we say overpriced?
I am not impressed with this remote, I personally don't own one. But, I know 2 people that do, and I have messed with theirs extensively. First off the unit is pricy, sure it's one of the only full LCD remotes on the market. But, for less money you could get a new full color Palm, and get the software off the internet to turn it into a remote. Which would oddly enough give you more power and control. The range would be much less, but most people use a remote while infront of the tube (right?)

Second, the PC software is pretty bad, it's hard to use and I've seen it crash with my own eyes. It's not as intuitive as Phillips wants you to think. You can do some pretty cool things with it, but I feel it's not where it should be. Especially for a product of this price.

Phillips has a full color Pronto on the market, and it's only about 4x as much money (wadda deal!)

I would not recommend this to anyone, the price is ludicris. The backlite is poor, the battery life is horrible. You'd do better to buy a Palm off Amazon and use the remote software to turn it into a remote. a 640x480 full VGA remote owns big time :)

4-0 out of 5 stars Universal Remote, good and bad but worth the effort
I bought this remote to replace 6 remotes of my new system.
Bought 4 months ago, and had trouble getting it to work right.
The default interface is horrible, and no wonder an earlier reviewer thought so badly of the image in a bright room. Don't expect to use the default programing, you MUST add a prerecorded interface to make this remote worth the effort and money. Go to http://www.remotecentral.com/cgi-bin/files/rcfiles.cgi?area=prontong&db=systems&br=&fc=
There are over 50 setups that people much smarter than me share. These formats are MUCH MUCH better than the default program.
Found Windows ME does not work well when programing system. Windows NT and XP work fine for programing. You can cut and paste from the various files posted to make a very readible and useful remote. However, I could NEVER get the progamming to recognize my components. I had to teach the Pronto EVERY button's function by teaching from the originial component's remotes. Fortunately, this is pretty simple and I had all buttons programed in about 20 minutes for 5 components. Now I have a very nice and useful remote. I can actually retire 5 remotes.

Unfortunately, I have not learned to program my new VCR/Hard drive component, and when I do, and want to program the Pronto, I will loose all learned formats for all components. Mickey Mouse, but worth the effort to get rid of so much clutter. The Pronto has an upload feature to upload existing formats into your PC. That feature does not work, and is a waste of time. Accept the fact you will have to relearn all buttons when making programing changes.

Bottom line: great remote if you are willing to spend the time to learn and program. ... Read more


165. PHILIPS TSi6400 iPronto Wireless Home Control Panel
list price: $1,499.99
our price: $1,430.99
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Asin: B00009ATTN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 12699
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Features

  • Unique dashboard user interface
  • Built-in remote code database with full code learning abilities
  • Full featured macros
  • Includes iProntoEdit software for customizing buttons and screens
  • Intel X-Scale processor

166. Philips HS500 Behind the Head Sport Lightweight Headphone with Neckband
list price: $14.99
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Asin: B00005OTG6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 601
Average Customer Review: 4.37 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Trend setting headphone for trendy lifestyles
  • Pull relief system for durability
  • Acoustic reflector system for powerful bass performance
  • Snazzy neckbank design
  • Gold plated plug

Reviews (41)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good, cheap, work well with PowerBook and iPod
I could never get used to the earbuds that came with my iPod, so I picked up these headphones at Target. It's my first set of behind-the-neck phones, but I got used to them without too much trouble.

They sound good both playing MP3s from my iPod and PowerBook. There were similarly-priced headphones on the rack from Sony, but these advertised better low and high frequency response. I also like the elastic restraint connecting the cord to the left earpiece, which would appear to prevent tension where the cord meets the earpiece. Time will tell if that helps with the inevitable abuse these things take, and whether that area of the cord will pull loose or fray.

Also notable is that the cord only connects to one earpiece -- the left -- so you don't have two wires stringing down from your ears in front of you. That should prevent snags as well. Since I usually wear my iPod on my left hip, this works out really well.

All in all a solid set of consumer headphones. I wouldn't use them when recording (I'm a musician), but for bopping around town they fit the bill.

5-0 out of 5 stars A steal
You can't go wrong for the price (I paid $15). I have long hair so they are virtually invisible. I was cautious buying them because I have a large head and I wear glasses. But I think they are very comfortable. They fit snugly against my head without pressure. I can barely feel them on at all. I think the sound quality is excellant for such a cheaply priced set of headphones. Can you get better quality sound? Sure, but these get a lot of bang for the buck. I hear all ranges fine. I could not get earbuds to stay on if I even remotely moved my head. These don't go anywhere. If you are looking for headphones that totally eliminate anyone else from hearing your music, you are looking at the wrong headphones. After all, they are open. But if you are looking for a reasonably priced lightweight headphone that is comfortable and slick looking, I don't think you can go wrong with these.

1-0 out of 5 stars Dont waste your money
I wouldnt waste your money on these headphones if you are a serious user, i use mine daily, i have never owned a pair of headphones that i could wear out in 4 months. The saulders broke on the connecting wire and when you played with the wire they would scratch. They have awesome sound though, while they last. and the little string that "keeps the cord from pulling out" breaks and the other ends rattles, my advice stick to sony they have never failed me.

5-0 out of 5 stars great!
I bought these last winter and they was good!! they much better than the headphones the philip cd player came with

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Sound
I've been looking for a good headset for working out and have been disappointed until I bought these.

I bought and returned 5 other headsets at various stores (5 of which were more expensive) and finally lucked out and found these at Target. They have excellent sound (especially the bass response), are fairly comfortable (little discomfort over the ear after about 1.5 hours of continuous wear), and they are great for running (light weight and secure fit).

I actually run the cord (5ft long) behind my back to my MP3 player so it's out of the way (if you try this with ear buds they usually pull too much and loosen in your ear or fall out). Also found they work great and stay out of the way when behind the back when I'm mountain biking.

If you plan to use these while sitting back in a high back chair where your head touches the seat (i.e., airplane, car, etc.) you'll have to minipulate the band behind your neck up or down to keep the speakers comfortably on your ears. Sooo, don't get these if you do a lot of traveling and want to listen to music), ear buds or over the head models are a better choice for this.

Can't give it a full 5 stars only because of the long-term wear issue mentioned above.

Overall, definately worth the money. Like I said, they were much better than many more expensive models. ... Read more


167. Philips HN060 Noise-Canceling Ear Bud Headphones
list price: $59.99
our price: $59.99
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Asin: B00061IYJC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 4570
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Features

  • Dual cone-shaped ear bud headphones with noise-canceling technology
  • Drowns out background sounds while enhancing music performance
  • Built-in volume control for listening precision
  • Includes carrying pouch and neck strap for added comfort
  • Comes with 1/4-inch plane adapter; 3.5 mm jack

168. Philips TSU500 Pronto NEO Universal 13 Device Remote Control
list price: $199.99
our price: $159.99
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Asin: B00006I5MQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 2378
Average Customer Review: 3.41 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Fully customizable and easy to program, the Pronto has a 160 x 100 pixel backlit 4-shade grayscatouch-sensitive screen with pleasant aqua backlighting
  • All 15 user hard buttons are also backlit
  • Adjustable/programmable piezo buzzer
  • Includes complete PC editing software on CD-ROM with custom bitmaps
  • 1MB flash memory

Reviews (17)

4-0 out of 5 stars Not Perfect... But a Keeper
After a week trial with the Sony Universal Remote RM-VL1000, I traded it in for the Pronto TSU500. There are definitely things that I do not like about the Pronto... but the advantages out way the negatives.

Advantages
(1) Finally, I use only ONE remote.
(2) 'Soft' buttons and LCD screen allow you to program any function or macros you wish.
(3) PC editor included w/ purchase. This will allow you to customize the screens and flow as you wish.
(4) Love the Macro functionality
(5) Customizations and programming can be backed and restored by PC.
(6) Unlimited number of components (or extras such as lights or window shades) can be programmed into the remote.
(7) Programming via remote is easy.
(8) 'Learning' Remote functionality.
(9) 'Jump' functionality allows you to change the screen that pops up when you use a macro. So when I switch from DirecTV to DVD, the Screen now shows all my DVD buttons (including a one touch macro button that sends me back to DirecTV)

Disadvantages
(1) The Remote locks up on me frequently (2-3 times a week). This requires me to remove the battery. Still trying to solve this one... I have not contacted Technical Support yet. Perhaps there is a solution.
(2) Soft keys for Numbers. I wish that the Numbers were 'Hard Keys'. Soft keys are sometimes 'touchy' and requires me to press in three digit satellite channel code several times in order to get the right channel.
(3) Perhaps a little pricey, but given the alternatives I found this was the best option for me

2-0 out of 5 stars Great concept, bad execution! For $... I expected better!
I recently purchased a Philips ProtoNeo remote control for $.... Seems to work ok after I got it all setup (which took about two days) but it wont record some of the function from a couple of my remotes. For instance, I am able to get it to learn the fast-forward button on my DVD player (Panasonic about 4 years old) but it wont learn the rewind or eject functions. It just says "failed" every time I try to learn it. The built in codes also wont work for these functions. Also, when I try to have it learn some functions from my receiver (Harmon/Kardon about 2 years old) I have problems. Some of them record fine, some say "failed", while other record ok, but when I try to use them nothing happens. In general this is very upsetting since I spent $170 on a remote control! I upgraded the firmware and the NeoEdit software, but that doesn't seem to help. I also tried learning these same functions with a remote that came with a friends stereo and they worked fine on his remote. I then tried to record them from his remote into mine but again that didn't work. I'm probably going to return it since I was $... and can't rewind my DVD!

5-0 out of 5 stars Works seamlessly
I have used this product for the last 6 months, and am happy to put away from remote controls for DVD, TV, Amplifier and VCR. The panel light helps operate when we sometimes watch movie under dim lights.

1-0 out of 5 stars Crap
I had a Pronto NEO for less than a year before the touchscreen failed after I dropped it 1.5 feet onto a hardwood floor. The unit has a very cheap feel, especially for the price. I wasn't at all surprised when it stopped working. The PC software that you use to customize the touchscreen is crap. The touchscreen is very tedious to customize (I write software for a living, and I still found it cumbersome to customize the touchscreen). I can't imagine the average consumer being able to customize this unit, given the effort that it takes to struggle with the software and to transfer the information from your PC to the remote. The whole point of the Pronto NEO is that you can customize the touch screen. Unless you are VERY comfortable with computer applications, do not buy this unit. Aside from the touchscreen's fagility, is not sensitive enough to the touch and the area of the screen is too small, given the size of the remote. Did I mention the batteries did not last more than 2 months? In short, this product is crap. I might consider buying another one if it sold for $30 or less.

1-0 out of 5 stars Useless for its real purpose
Purchased after reading mixed reviews, was convinced that the problems people were having were due to technophobia, etc. Figured I'd try it. What a huge waste of time and effort. Upgraded to most recent firmware, spent time carefully familiarizing myself with instructions, etc. Code set is nowhere near complete, does not have, for instance, ability to control my 4 year old Sony AV receiver. No problem, I thought, I'll teach it with the Sony remote. Impossible. Its learning function is not at all up to snuff. Will not learn from or activate newer Samsung equipment (their remotes are finicky anyway) and will not learn from several others, even though they transmit on a frequency that the remote is supposed to work with. Tech support is not very helpful, limited to "upgrade firmware" replies.

I am quite comfortable with complex tech. stuff, arcane computer applications, etc. I, at least, am convinced that the problems lie with the Pronto and not the end users. For simple applications, this works fine, especially if your equipment just happens to (luckily) mate with what this remote can natively handle. But I could buy a cheapo universal remote for $10 at Wal-Mart for what this does. ... Read more


169. Philips HP170 Full-Size Headphones
list price: $39.99
our price: $14.94
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Asin: B000056SJT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Gemini Industries, Inc.
Sales Rank: 797
Average Customer Review: 3.77 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

On the go or at the club, these lightweight over-ear headphones offer portability, versatility, and affordability. Independent left/right earcup volume controls let you tailor the levels to your environment, while DJs will especially appreciate the handy stereo/mono switch for summing the left and right signals when appropriate. (This will also assist you in setting even levels in each of the earpieces.) Designed for comfort, the HP170 offers padded, over-ear cups and a self-adjusting headband with an inner band for extra support.

What's in the Box
Headphones, a .25-inch adapter, and a data sheet. ... Read more

Features

  • Padded, over-the-ear cups with self-adjusting headband
  • Independent volume dials for each ear (no volume locks), single-ear cord
  • Stereo/mono switch (great for DJs)
  • Closed-ear design
  • Lightweight and comfortable

Reviews (35)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great value for more than decent headphones.
I bought these headphones looking for comfortable, full-size headphones that fit a poor college kid's budget. I wasn't disappointed.

The headphones sound good -- far better than most smaller headphones under $30. Rich bass and discernable treble mark the good sound range, though I've had a little breakup at higher volumes (may not be the headphones' fault).

Unless you really need them, I wouldn't let the switch and volume controls kid you -- they really don't affect much on the positive or negative side. On occasion I've had them slip, but probably because I've dropped them so much (have I mentioned that this thing is durable?).

The fit is quite comfortable -- they may feel a little tight at first, but after a few minutes of use they became almost as good as Bose (well, maybe not...but they cost 10-20 times less). The only complaint on the padding is that if I move around too much, sometimes it'll emit squeaking noises, fixable only by adjusting the fit a little bit.

Still, for their price, the annoyances don't happen enough to outweigh the sound and comfort of these headphones.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for everyday use...
These headphones are pretty good considering the price. The bass is decent, and the midrange and treble sound fairly clear. These headphones are lightweight, making them comfortable for quite a few hours. They don't distort easily unless there is too much bass. So far I've had no problems with them. They fit my ears fine, but then again I think I have big ears. :P If you want a good solid pair of lightweight closed headphones, I would definitely recommend these. But if you plan on using them for more that just listening to mp3's or cds or plan on playing music for a long period of time, you might want to spend some extra money and get a really good pair.

3-0 out of 5 stars plug short
I have had these headphones for 4 months, 3 of those months i have been using only one side because of a short in the cord. I cannot fault the Headphones for the short because I tend to step on the long cord. so I spent 6 bucks for a new connector at another retailer and soldered it on. If I have another a problem I am going for a more expensive brand. The sound is great for the price tho.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome!
I bought these before I went on an 18 day excursion in Europe and they worked wonderfully. They are comfortable enough to sleep in and they project the music is such a way that it actually sounds like you are live at the concert! Very nice headphones for an amazing price! I'd buy them again and again.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for children
I was in the market for a set of headphones that would fit my child's head without slipping and be durable enough to withstand the handling of a six year old. This was the perfect solution. I was pleased with the fit, the durability, and the output of the sound! ... Read more


170. Philips HN050 Noise Canceling Lightweight Headphones with Neckband
list price: $59.99
our price: $44.94
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Asin: B0001OY2V8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 2354
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Behind-the-head headphones with noise-canceling feature for superior listening
  • Permits undisturbed audio in busy or loud places
  • Lightweight neckband wraps around head for comfortable fit
  • Handy in-cord control for managing noise-canceling option
  • 24k gold-plated plug; 4-foot cord

Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars too tight
There's no adjustment to the headphone itself. The design will fit people with big heads. But the ear piece press against my ears too tight. Hurts after a while. The Noise Canceling work well. Sound quality is OK. More on the high side. I think for about the same price you can get one with better sound quality.

3-0 out of 5 stars Cool Headphones
I must say these are ok headphones. Mine were damaged though. The sound is good, a bit big on the head. ... Read more


171. Philips HP250 Full-Size Headphones with Volume Control
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00061IYGA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 4558
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Features

  • Full size for disturbance free sound
  • 19.5 ft cable with in line volume control
  • OFC cable
  • acoustic reflector for enhanced bass performance
  • 3.5- 1/4" stereo adapter included

172. Philips HE591 Surround Sound Ear Buds (Black)
list price: $24.99
our price: $17.99
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Asin: B0001OY2VS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 3208
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Black ear bud headphones with patented virtual surround sound technology
  • 15 mm speaker elements enhance sound quality
  • Flexi-grip connection protects cable from damage
  • Includes molded rubber carrying case for protection
  • 24k gold-plated plug and 3.9-foot cable length

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing sound and PERFECT fit!
First of all, these headphones fit me like they were custom made! The buds fit snugly (never fell out) and were extremely comfortable! The cable was the only thing reminding me that I had them on. I was very surprised to see that the fit was a problem. I also read a review that noted that the sound seemed distant. This is mostly likely because the reviewer covered the small hole (under the logo) on the outside of the buds. Just make sure nothing's blocking the hole as it is Philips patented reflected-speaker design. I must say the surround sound effect created is AMAZING- it felt like I was hearing the sound right inside my head and not through headphones.

2-0 out of 5 stars Ow ow ow ow ow
First off let me say that these earphones provide great sound, BUT you can't use them for more than 5 minutes without your ears being split in two. I wore them for about 15 minutes and my ears were red for the rest of the day. I fixed this problem by cutting sections out of the plastic tubes and then melting them back together. After this they fit perfectly, but I still had a problem with them slipping out of my ears. Overall these are great earphones if you want to spend time modifying them, but I would reccomend something else...

2-0 out of 5 stars Not entirely worth your twenty...
I have an apple ipod, and the little earbuds that came with them broke so I set off to find a pair at Target. However, they do not carry the original buds in stores, and my Target was out of the in the ear-bud ipod headphones. So I decided to try these. I wasn't very pleased. Their sound seems very distant and doesn't block out activity around me. Also, they don't have good volume. I liked the bass, but I just felt it sounded like I was in a large room and the music sounded distant. Overall, I would spend the extra 20 for the apple in the ear-bud headphones.

2-0 out of 5 stars Great Sound/Nonfunctional Design
The sound on these headphones is AWESOME--for the 30 seconds you're able to keep them in your ears. Users will find that the earbuds' conical-shape, combined with the rubber covers (you can't use the earbuds without these covers, because the metal will scratch your inner ear), allows these earbuds to constantly slip out of your ears. During a 30-minute walk, at least one of the buds (most often the left one, because of the asymmetric cabling system) must have slipped out of my ear every half-block. And the problem isn't just limited to wearing them during a workout, because they even slipped out of my ears while I was sitting at my desk. These are definitely going back to the store. (Same product as the HE592, just a different color)

1-0 out of 5 stars Uncomfortable, muddy sound
Looking for a replacement for my Sony in-ear earbuds (MDR-ED21LP), I decided to give these a try. Forget it. First of all, the rubber 'tubes' on the ends, while somewhat flexible, don't conform to my ear canals at all and thus the earbuds are VERY uncomfortable if worn for more than a couple of minutes. Second, the sound consists mainly of midtones. The highs are not at all crisp, and the bass is poor. If I enable the bass-boost on my CD player, the bass comes out very muddy. My cheap $10 Sony earbuds sound 10x better. If you are looking for something to block out sound, you'd be better of with one of the offerings from Sony or Koss where the 'tubes' are made of spongy material similar to what you might find on foam earplugs. (But then again, THOSE might not fit YOUR ear canals.) These Philips earbuds didn't really block out outside sound, but that's probably because they didn't fit properly in MY ears. Unfortunately, no sample model was available in the store and I was told the earbuds are not returnable unless unopened. It was a gamble that didn't pay off for me. ... Read more


173. Philips PM435S 4-Device Universal Remote Control
list price: $14.99
our price: $8.48
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Asin: B00006686A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips Magnavox
Sales Rank: 2663
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Features

  • 4-device universal remote control for TVs, VCRs, DVD players, and satellite systems
  • Subtitle, repeat, and chapter scan buttons for DVD players
  • Picture-in-picture option with toggle key for TV
  • Extensive code library and code search setup
  • Operates TV's sleep timer; uses 2 AAA batteries

174. Philips EXP3361 Personal CD / MP3 player
list price: $49.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B00020M0OM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 1400
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Amazon.com Product Description

This slim MP3-CD player provides over 10 hours of MP3 music playback, and up to 20 hours when you use WMA formatting, on a single CD. The EXP3361 plays conventional CDs, plus CD-R and CD-RW discs. There's a dot matrix LCD display to show you artist name and song titles, and its "Jog proof" 200-second Magic Electronic Skip Protection will let you run to your heart's content without having your music disrupted; in fact, the device's round, slim, compact form is designed for motion. Bass lovers will appreciate its built-in DDBB enhanced bass performance, and the player comes with headphones and Musicmatch software to get you going right out of the box.

What's in the Box
EXP3361 player, stereo headphones, CD-ROM of Musicmatch Jukebox Basic, user manual ... Read more

Features

  • MP3-CD/CD-R/CD-RW playback
  • Up to 20 Hours extended playback time
  • 200 seconds "jog proof" Magic ESP anti-skip protection
  • Features Digital Dynamic Bass Boost (DDBB)
  • 2-line artist, title display

175. Philips PM625S 6-Device Universal Remote Control
list price: $15.99
our price: $13.14
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Asin: B00009RUDS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips Magnavox
Sales Rank: 4131
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Features

  • 6-device remote control for TVs, VCRs, DVD players, cable boxes, satellite systems, and CD players
  • Subtitle, repeat, and chapter scan buttons for DVD players
  • Picture-in-picture option with toggle key for TV
  • Extensive code library and code search setup
  • Battery saver and permanent memory retention; uses 2 AAA batteries

176. Philips AX3312 Personal CD
list price: $39.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00020M0NS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 10386
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Features

  • Plays CD, CD/RW
  • 45 sec ESP
  • Neckband headphones
  • Slim design
  • 20 hour playback

177. Philips Magnavox PMDVD6 Universal 6 Device Remote Control
list price: $17.99
our price: $9.45
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Asin: B0000UUXAC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips Consumer Electronics
Sales Rank: 10123
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Features

  • Easy to program and use
  • Closed caption displays program dialect as text
  • Ergonomic design with finger rest
  • Extensive code library
  • Permanent memeroy retention

178. Philips HE592 Surround Sound Ear Buds (White)
list price: $24.99
our price: $17.99
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Asin: B0001OY2W2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 6048
Average Customer Review: 3.23 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • White ear bud headphones with patented virtual surround sound technology
  • 15 mm speaker elements enhance sound quality
  • Flexi-grip connection protects cable from damage
  • Includes molded rubber carrying case for protection
  • 24k gold-plated plug and 3.9-foot cable length

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars great headphones
I read many other reviews about how these buds didnt fit in the ear comfortably. I disagree with these reviews. They are very comfortable and have a second set of neoprene earpieces to fit a different sized ear. great sound. better than the ipod ear buds and cheaper also. the white buds also match my ipod quite nicely. great product. buy it and try it. if you are disappointed, target gives you 90 days to return it.

1-0 out of 5 stars They just don't fit
This is the first review I have ever written about a product. I thought these earbuds sounded great, but they NEVER stayed in my ears. Like the rest of the world, I listen to my IPod while walking, which is next to impossible with these things in my ear. The left ear especially, since the cord is shorter on the left side, would pull out every 20 steps. <br /> <br /> They lasted four days before I threw them in the trash. On to the next set of earbuds. Trust me, they do not stay in your ear. Just a horrible product.

4-0 out of 5 stars Works great...once you make them fit!
I purchased these at the local Target, and while they sound exceptional they fit horribly. They either fell out or had to be uncomfortably wedged in. After weeks of feeling disappointed, I found the extra ear gels from a Jabra cellphone earpiece (they normally come with left and right in about 3-4 sizes.) A set of these fits perfectly on the ear buds, and VIOLA! they now fit comfortably, stay in place and sound GREAT!

2-0 out of 5 stars Sound good but how to you wear them
They dont fit in my ear right. they can hang from the bottom of your ear(i think this is the idea) but then they dont sound so good (compired to in ear). i could deal with that if the left one would not fall out because of the weight of the cable. The carry case is novel at best. I think i will return them and get a pair which i could take running. or even walking. its a nice idea phillips. hang from the bottom of your ear idea is a good one but a little more r&d required

5-0 out of 5 stars Washes and dries nicely!
So I managed to have my ear-buds run through both the washer and the dryer. The buds where still in the rubber case and the wires where all tangled when I took out the load of blue jeans. I plugged them back into my ipod and what do you know they sound like new! They sound great, fit in my ears well, and even made it through a wash and dry cycle! ... Read more


179. Philips AX5311 Personal CD with Remote Control and Carry pouch
list price: $49.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B000204SVA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 4259
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Plays CD, CD/RW
  • In cord remote
  • 45 sec ESP
  • Neckband headphones
  • Carry Pouch

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars The Buttons are Awesome
I love this CD player, I'm 15, and it's extremely durable for all of the teenage wear and tear that I have on an every day basis. I got it for my birthday, and it's pretty reasonably priced (I got some other presents too), and I'm loving it. The remote control feature is awesome, and it's definately easier to manage with that nifty little remote. I can take it anywhere, and with the protector, it just gives me a little bit more reassurance that it won't get broken, like my last Sony one did. But, all in all, I love this little CD player. And who doesn't like the awesome design on it? Checkerboards are awesome.

2-0 out of 5 stars Electronic Skip Protection didn't work
I liked the advertised features of this player -- especially the remote control -- but I discovered that the ESP on the player I bought didn't work. I tried several different CD's, to make sure the problem wasn't with the disc. And it's not as though I was using the player while running hard or jumping up and down -- the skipping occurred during brisk walking. This is the second Philips portable CD player I have purchased that had problems with the ESP. I tried contacting Philips Customer Service by e-mail and received an Auto Reply that someone would get back to me within two business days -- that never happened. I returned the player at my local Target and received a full refund. I now have a Sony player and couldn't be more pleased.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not too shabby...but MP3 capability would be nice.
I was trying to decide between this player and a Sony player that wasn't available yet. I had some Target gift cards that were burning a hole in my pocket, so I went with the one that was available immediately...this Philips player. It doesn't have MP3 capabilities, but then, I really don't burn that many CD's with MP3's, plus the software on my machine converts MP3's to play on regular CD players anyway, so...I guess it doesn't matter in the end, but it would be nice to have the option. That said, I'm pleased thus far with this CD player. I turned off the anti-skip function to prolong battery life, but it appears to buffer itself anyway. I noticed that the disc wasn't spinning, but music was still playing, even with the anti-skip turned off. I've listened to it riding my bike (where the player hangs vertically off of my back pack), riding on the bus, and riding on the trains, and not one skip thus far. The headphones aren't that great and break-up earlier than I hoped that they would, but they are the kind that wrap behind your head as opposed to over the top of your head...to facilitate wearing caps and such, I suppose, but I dig the design. The headphones sound fine...I just wish I could crank it up a bit more before they started distorting. The included carrying case is a nice bonus. It's a neoprene-type fabric that stretches. All the buttons and displays are accessible, even if through the fabric, and the velcro strap allows me to attach it to my backpack. The only drawback to the carrying case design is that it's difficult to change out CD's, as the fit of the case is quite snug. The in-line remote is nice as well. I clip it to my backpack strap, so I don't have to fool around with trying to access the player's buttons when it's hanging on my backpack. All-in-all, I'd say that it's a decent player for the money. I haven't had it long enough to report about battery life, so we'll have to see how that pans out. And I'll probably get some better headphones down the road, but I really can't complain about this player at all. ... Read more


180. PHILIPS MAGNAVOX PM64020 TV Shelf Topper (15x17)

our price: $13.99
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Asin: B00009RUEX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Philips
Sales Rank: 10438
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