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New Philips GO Headphones and Speakers Are on the Way

Most will be released later this year.

Several new models of headphones and speakers from Philips’ sports-focused GO range will be launched later this year.

A recent announcement from Philips details the range which the company says is also on display at the Pepcom Well Now! The event started today in New York. The list starts with the S4807 Bluetooth speaker, which offers up to 12 hours of use on a single charge. The S4807 should currently be available to order on Amazon, but currently appears to be out of stock.

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There’s also the Philips GO S7807 Bluetooth speaker, due out in August, which offers “big sound” thanks to a 70mm woofer in a smaller, more compact frame. Thanks to the built-in power bank, it can be charged while in use and can provide up to 24 hours of playtime on a full charge.

The A7607 Bone Conduction Earbuds and A7507 Hybrid True Wireless ANC Earbuds will be launched in September and October respectively. The A7607s use a bone conduction microphone for what Philips calls crystal-clear calls, even during noisy activities, and feature lights that turn on so you can easily find your way around at night. And the A7507 boasts “exceptional sound quality” in a lightweight, portable chassis.

Philips A7507 hybrid true wireless ANC headphones

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Rounding out the lineup are the X7207 and X5206 party speakers, which Philips says will ship later this summer. We can expect the cube-shaped X7207 in Q3 (July to September), with wireless party connectivity and up to 12 hours of playtime. With no output window, the X5206 can go up to 14 hours and includes microphone and guitar inputs.

No pricing information has yet been announced for any of these new products, but hopefully Pepcom Well Now will change once! completed for the year.


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New Philips GO Headphones and Speakers Are on the Way

Most are due out later this year

Several new headphone and speaker models in Philips’ sport-centric GO product line are set to release later this year.

A recent announcement from Philips details the lineup, which the company says is also on display at this year’s Pepcom Well Now! event that kicks off today in New York. The list begins with the S4807 Bluetooth Speaker, which offers up to 12 hours of use on a single charge. The S4807 is supposed to be available to order on Amazon now but currently shows Out of Stock.

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There’s also the Philips GO S7807 Bluetooth Speaker, which is due out in August, and boasts “huge sound” thanks to a 70mm woofer in a smaller, more compact frame. It can be charged while in use due to a built-in power bank and can provide up to 24 hours of playtime on a full charge.

Out in September and October, respectively, are the A7607 Bone Conduction Headphones and the A7507 Hybrid True Wireless ANC Headphones. The A7607s use a bone conduction microphone for what Philips refers to as crystal clear calling, even during noisy activities, and have running lights to make you easier to spot at night. And the A7507s claim “exceptional sound quality” in a lightweight and portable chassis.

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Rounding out the lineup are the X7207 and X5206 Party Speakers, which Philips says are both due out later this summer. We can expect the cube-shaped X7207, complete with wireless party link and up to 12 hours of play time, sometime in the third quarter (July through September). The X5206, which wasn’t given a release window, can go for up to 14 hours and includes microphone and guitar inputs.

No pricing information for any of these new products has been revealed yet, but we expect that will change once Pepcom Well Now! is over for the year.

#Philips #Headphones #Speakers

New Philips GO Headphones and Speakers Are on the Way

Most are due out later this year

Several new headphone and speaker models in Philips’ sport-centric GO product line are set to release later this year.

A recent announcement from Philips details the lineup, which the company says is also on display at this year’s Pepcom Well Now! event that kicks off today in New York. The list begins with the S4807 Bluetooth Speaker, which offers up to 12 hours of use on a single charge. The S4807 is supposed to be available to order on Amazon now but currently shows Out of Stock.

Philips

There’s also the Philips GO S7807 Bluetooth Speaker, which is due out in August, and boasts “huge sound” thanks to a 70mm woofer in a smaller, more compact frame. It can be charged while in use due to a built-in power bank and can provide up to 24 hours of playtime on a full charge.

Out in September and October, respectively, are the A7607 Bone Conduction Headphones and the A7507 Hybrid True Wireless ANC Headphones. The A7607s use a bone conduction microphone for what Philips refers to as crystal clear calling, even during noisy activities, and have running lights to make you easier to spot at night. And the A7507s claim “exceptional sound quality” in a lightweight and portable chassis.

Philips

Rounding out the lineup are the X7207 and X5206 Party Speakers, which Philips says are both due out later this summer. We can expect the cube-shaped X7207, complete with wireless party link and up to 12 hours of play time, sometime in the third quarter (July through September). The X5206, which wasn’t given a release window, can go for up to 14 hours and includes microphone and guitar inputs.

No pricing information for any of these new products has been revealed yet, but we expect that will change once Pepcom Well Now! is over for the year.

#Philips #Headphones #Speakers


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