Philips Bass+ SHE4305 Review, Pros & Cons, and Ratings

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Philips packed a pair of Bass+ SHE4305 in-ear headphones and three pairs of ear-tips (differently sized) in the box. There is no any user manual, and warranty card provides with this headphones. More info, please watch our unboxing video.

Philips Bass+ SHE4305 Specification

  • 12.2mm drivers
  • 32-ohm Impedance
  • 107 dB sensitivity
  • 9 – 23HZ Frequency Response
  • 1.2 m long cable
  • Microphone with remote control

Design, Build, and Comfort

The Philips Bass+ SHE4305 comes with a relatively simple design. It looks a little bit attractive with black colour,  but you can also have a pair in Red, Blue, and White colour. The design of this headphone is unique, but you can’t easily grip each earphone between your finger and thumb. It has a big plus sign on the top side with Philips logo. You also find left and right symbols on both modules.

Philips Bass+ SHE4305 Review

When coming to wire quality, I am disappointed. The wire is skinny, so be careful while travelling. The cable is not tangle-free but 1.2 m long so that you can hold your phone in the lower pocket. It also comes with a good quality microphone with single-button remote. You can receive or reject calls with a single click. This button also helps to control the music player, like you can play or pause music with a single press and change music track with a double press.

Philips Bass+ SHE4305 Review

When coming to comfort, The Philips Bass+ SHE4305 doesn’t feel very comfortable for a long time, because of its designed. ????The best part of this headphone, its noise isolation capacity. You don’t get any background noise, even if you are in traffic.

Philips Bass+ SHE4305 Review

Sound quality

The sound quality of Philips Bass+ SHE4305 is average, not so good, not so bad. These headphones deliver mighty Bass, thanks to 9 – 23HZ Frequency response. An overall sound output is little low, compared to its 12.2mm drivers. The vocal also not very clear when we play at high volume.

When coming to high notes, mainly the treble notes, the sound quality was not impressive. The Mid-range was average. Overall, in one line, it doesn’t sound too enjoyable.

Philips Bass+ SHE4305 Review

Final word

For Rs.800, The Philips Bass+ SHE4305 is not value for money headphone. We have lots of other headphones in this price range with good quality audio like Sennheiser Cx 180, 1More Pistone fit, Sony MDR XB50AP, JBL C100SI, and lot more. More info, please watch my review video on youtube. Please, check our list of Top 5 best In-Ear headphones under 1000 Rs.

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Rs. 1,299
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