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Philips launches Hi Fi Stereo headphone at Rs 1, 195

02-July-2005
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Philips launches Hi Fi Stereo headphone at Rs 1, 195

Philips India Limited, a subsidiary of Netherlands-based Royal Philips Electronics, has recently introduced the Hi-Fi Stereo headphone-SBC HP800. Priced at Rs 1,195, the Philips Stereo headphone is especially created to appeal for those serious about their sound quality.

Gunjan Srivastava, Director - Audio and Video Business Group, Consumer Electronics, Philips India, said, “The Philips hallmark of quality, innovation and technology comes through once again in the Philips Hi-Fi Stereo - SBC HP800 headphone. The superior quality and the natural sound isolation of the headphone has made it an exceptional traveling companions on noisy road trips, lending studio-quality sound to everyday listening experiences.”

Equipped with 40 mm neodymium speaker drivers, the lightweight headphone has soft ear pads and can be hooked up to either the computer, portable player or can be used on a simple home hi-fi using the larger gold-plated 6.3 mm stereo adapter jack.

On the pricing factor, Srivastava said, “Keeping the Indian consumer in mind, the pricing has also been carefully strategised.”

The Philips Hi-Fi Stereo - SBC HP800 headphone is available in Philips Consumer Electronics and other high-end outlets in key cities across the country.

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