February 28, 2018 at 12:00 am
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Philips SHC8800 Wireless Headphones

Philips SHC8800 Headphones

Connect the station to your receiver or TV and listen to your music or watch movies wirelessly.

Specifications

Brand: Philips
Type: SHC8800
Warranty: 2 years


  • Hi Res audio
  • 100 m range
  • Great over-ear design

Sound
Magnet type: Neodymium
Frequency response: 9–21,000  Hz
Speaker diameter: 40  mm
Signal/noise ratio: 70  dB
Sensitivity: 100  dB

Convenience
Automatic power off: Yes
Double PLL: Yes
Operating time: +/- 15 hours
Low battery indicator: Yes
Battery charging indicator: Yes

Tuner/Reception/Transmission
Modulation: FM
Effective range: 100  m
Carrier frequency range: 863.0 - 865.0  MHz
Channel separation: >30  dB
Number of channels: 3
Pilot tone frequency: 19

Power
Supply headphone: 2 x 1.5 V NiMH R03/AAA
Power supply transmitter: AC/DC adapter 12 V/200 mA

In the box
SHC8800 Headphones
SHC AC-DC adapter
SHC 3.5-6.3 adapter
Batteries
Charging cable
Transmitter

February 28, 2018 at 12:27 am
JHarrington User

When you plug them into a 5.1 surround sound system, do you loose sound from channels?

 

February 28, 2018 at 1:08 am
Dugo User

It’s not clear if:

a) You are asking whether plugging them into your system will disable the loudspeakers
b) You are asking whether you will get surround sound effect through these headphones

If [a] – it depends on your system. Probably, depending on where you plug them in.
If [b] – it depends on your system. If it emulates surround sound through stereo headphones – yes; otherwise no.

February 28, 2018 at 1:11 am
Dugo User

Sorry… I answered backwards:
If [b] – it depends on your system. If it emulates surround sound through stereo headphones – no (i.e. you will not lose the surround effect); otherwise yes (i.e. you will probably get a Stereo downmix).

February 28, 2018 at 9:53 am
JHarrington User

Thank you for your response. To be clear, I have plugged headsets into 5.1 surround sound systems before, and found that only certain channels (Front Left, Front Right and Centre) were fed to the headsets and any dialogue sent to rear speakers lost. “Emulating surround sound through headphones” is a function of the headphones, not the system.

February 28, 2018 at 11:01 pm
simdane User

Why do people think the word lose has two ‘o’s? Terrible

February 28, 2018 at 9:14 am
DubDannyC1 User

Do the headphones have bluetooth

February 28, 2018 at 9:58 am
gobstoppa User

No.

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