Philips SHL3300 Over-Ear DJ Headphones

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About this product


  • Closed acoustic system provides excellent passive noise isolation
  • Large 40mm drivers for enhanced sound and bass reproduction
  • Swivelling ear cups for DJ use and one-ear monitoring

Product overview

• Closed acoustic system provides excellent passive noise isolation
• Large 40mm drivers for enhanced sound and bass reproduction
• Swivelling ear cups for DJ use and one-ear monitoring
• Folding design allows headphones to fold to a fraction of their former size
• Single-sided cable for improved one-ear listening
• Maximum input power of 2200mW enables listening at high volumes without distortion
• Adjustable, padded headband delivers superior comfort for any shaped head
• 1.5 metre coiled cable for extra freedom of movement and durability

What makes these headphones an excellent choice for music and DJ applications alike?

A number of great features of these headphones lend themselves to high-quality audio and DJ use.

The closed-back design of the earpieces allows for fantastic passive noise attenuation. This leaves you able to fully immerse yourself in your music by blocking outside noise, as well as stopping sound from leaking out and disturbing those around you. Another benefit of the closed headphones is that it helps massively when DJing and listening via one ear cup, by enabling you to clearly hear the main mix and your upcoming track for beat-matching.

Both ear cups swivel up to 165° allowing easy one-ear listening. When combined with the single-sided cable, these features provide a smooth-sailing one-ear listening experience. Focus on the task at hand and hear both elements of your set with ease with these SHL3300s. The swivelling function can also be used for more laid-back listening, as a way to temporarily hear external sounds.

The folding design of the headband and earpieces enables the headphones to fold up to a fraction of their former size. A simple yet effective storage solution, simply fold them up - pop them in your bag and you're good to go.

With a maximum input power of 2200mW and a frequency response of 18-25000Hz, these headphones deliver great audio across the entire audible frequency spectrum. The high power input allows for listening at high volumes with minimal distortion, while simultaneously providing great bass, meaty mids and crisp, clear highs.

What devices are compatible with these headphones?

Thanks to coming equipped with a standard 3.5mm jack connection, these headphones can be connected to a wide variety of everyday devices. Whether you want to listen to your smartphone, tablet, MP3 player, or computer - the SHL3300s are ready. You can also connect to mixing equipment by simply adding a 6.3mm jack adapter to the end of the cable.

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good head phones, hard to take apart Great head phones would recommend them, I have only one issue, broke the cable on them and decided to replace it, opted to just put in a jack socket, no instructions any wear on how they are put together, unlike most head phones that usually require removing three screws, these are held together by clips, orange grill plate: slides in then rotates and dead locks, and the housing for the speaker its self have some pretty heavy duty clips that will break either them selves or the housing and cup its self. I ended up taking a soldering iron and a scalpel to the head phones just to make the repairs. Other then that great head phones ^.^
Date published: 2015-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great headphones, great bass and comfortable to wear I bought these headphones for use whilst I study and for when I DJ. My first impressions were that they looked nice, and that they folded well for easy storage and transportation. The sound reproduction is amazing, the bass and treble nicely balanced and the mid-frequency's coming through well. The headphones also have an ability to help block out ambient noise that works rather well, depending on how loud the surrounding noise is. When I use them for DJing, the volume has to be above 80%. When studying, 20-30% is more than enough. The headphones are comfortable as well, WHEN they sit properly. The plastic mesh protecting the speaker can rub against your ear if you don't spend a couple of seconds adjusting them. As a glasses wearer, the cups are soft enough to take my glasses without too much pressure on my ears. Overall, I recommend these for listening to music, but if you are using these to DJ next to the speakers, you may want something better.
Date published: 2015-03-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from comfy headphones I bought these just for casual use and the are brilliant! Really comfy & light... and look great! they are perfect for the price point and does what it says... I would recommend to anyone looking for headphones sub £50!
Date published: 2015-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good sound, blocks out sound well. I got these for studying and was well pleased with the results, they are comfortable will a good sound quality. They have proven themselves robust even for me who has the innate ability to break everything I touch. For studying I have found that they block out sounds and other people well to the point of annoying my parents with a lack of any response to them calling. The only issue I've found is that if I wear them for a long period of time my ears hurt a little and get very warm, but that is expected for over ear headphones.
Date published: 2017-05-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good quality but broke on the second day of use When I got this as a present I was very excited as they seemed good quality and performance, and for the times when they actually worked it was true as it had amazing sounds and bass. However, I had only been using them for 2 days, and the input metal slot broke with no force at all on my part. I was very distressed and at first very upset, but I put it down to the fact of poor design. I would not recommend this product unless you intent to only use the most gentlest of touch.
Date published: 2014-12-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from good sound quality but uncomfy after a while so i brought these to listen to music and play games with on my pc but after wearing these for about 20min they get really painful to the ears so i have to take them off for a while then come back to them
Date published: 2016-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good sound quality at affordable sound Build quality is very good. The coiled wire allows ease of usage and sound quality is very clear. All instruments reproduced flawlessly. And bass is appropriate not excess.
Date published: 2014-08-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great pair of headphones! Brilliant quality headphones at an affordable price.
Date published: 2014-08-12
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Specification table
Acoustic system Closed
Colour Black
Folding Yes
Microphone / Remote No
Noise Cancelling No
Noise Isolating Yes
Rotatable cups Yes
Requires charging No
Requires batteries No
Weight 316 g
Connector 3.5 mm
Gold Plated Connector Yes
Cable length 1.5 m
Detachable cable No
Single sided cable Yes
Wireless No
Device compatibility
Smartphones Yes
Tablets Yes
Computers Yes
Aeroplanes No
Frequency response 18 - 25000Hz
Impedance 32 Ohms
Driver type Dynamic
Driver diameter 40 mm
What’s in the box
Philips SHL3300 Black

How long do they play for

Asked by: poppy
They will play for as long as the device you have them connected to will run for, as they run from the device with a cable.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-10-12

Once charged how long is the play before needing care again

Asked by: poppy
these headphones do not require charging
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-10-12

Are these stereo headphones?

Asked by: D7S7Sbad
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2017-09-21

Can you add a 6.5 mm jack to go into a 6.5mm audio jack on a keyboard?

Asked by: hopkinator
There is no technical reason as to why you cannot do this.
Answered by: Brad
Date published: 2015-11-30
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