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PHILIPS Bluetooth Headphones SHB4805RG


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Ultra Light. Big Sound
Only 326 left

Availability: In stock

Bluetooth 4.1 and HSP/HFP/A2DP/AVRCP support

Rechargeable battery offers up to 13 hours of playtime

Flat and compact folding for easy portability

Remote control for handsfree calls and music

BOX INCLUDES: Fast charging USB cable, quick starting guide

Bluetooth 4.1

Pair your smart device with your headphones using Bluetooth and enjoy the freedom of crystal clear music and phone calls - without the hassle of cables.

13 Hours Playtime

With 13 hours of playtime, you'll have enough power to keep your music going all day.

Fast Charge

Fast Charge technology gives you a quick burst of power when the battery is running low. Just five minutes of charging time gets you one hour of playback.

Lightweight Comfort

Ultralight and super slim, experience complete comfort on the move.

Clear Sound

High-power 32mm tilted drivers reproduce clear, crisp sound and deep, rich bass.

Compact Folding

Folds flat or compact for easy portability and storage

Hand free Calls

The easy-to-use remote control allows you to play/pause tracks and answer calls with a simple push of a button.

Ergonomic Cushions

Soft ear cushions and tilted drivers are ideal for long-wearing comfort.    

What is a Bluetooth profile HSP, HSP, A2DP, AVRCP?

What is a Bluetooth profile? When two Bluetooth devices establish a connection, they learn about the protocols that the partner device offers. Only devices that share the same protocols can exchange data, just as two humans have to agree on a common language to have a meaningful conversation. While Bluetooth defines the physical wireless connection between devices, a Bluetooth profile establishes the commands and functionality that these devices can exchange using Bluetooth technology. HSP (Handset Profile) and HFP (Hands Free Profile) Bluetooth profiles are those required for typical, mono Bluetooth headset operations; A2DP and AVRCP are important for stereo headsets. What profiles are important for Bluetooth headsets? HSP (Handset Profile) ? provides the basic functionalities needed for communication between a handset (cell phone) and a headset. HFP (Hands Free Profile) ? has somewhat extended functionality to HSP and was originally intended to control a cell phone from a stationary, in-car, hands-free unit. A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) ? allows the transmitting of stereo audio signals (with much better quality than the mono encoding used for HSP and HFP). AVRCP (Audio / Video Remote Control Profile) ?is used for sending commands (e.g. Skip Forward, Pause, Play) from a controller (e.g. stereo headset) to a target device (e.g. PC with Media Player). NOTE: Bluetooth profiles only function when your device (cell phone/MP3) supports these. Refer to the user manual of your device for details 

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