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In general, I liked the Philips SHB9850NC headphones. They look great, are comfortable when listening to music for a long time, and have active noise cancellation. In terms of sound, the headphones are clearly above average, they focus on low frequencies, but at the same time, they try to keep the detailing average and the clarity high. And they do it in most cases. Considering that a potential buyer will listen to these headphones in a wireless mode, and, most likely, with an active noise cancellation system, I would not pay special attention to some artifacts and errors with which the headphones reproduce sound. For headphones that will listen on the street, on walks, or on the move from home to office and back, they sound great. Not perfect, but as good as Bluetooth can handle loss KEB32 is aimed at a female audience. But the manufacturer did not quite guess the size of the headphones, so it is advisable to try them on before buying.