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Philips SBCHR160 Headphone Radio

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Philips
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SBCHR160 Headphone Radio
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SBCHR160/00
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A hardware component of a computer such as a hard disk or memory.
Computer Components
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Included since: 05 Jul 2007
The date Icecat noticed for the first time that this product was included in the price list of a channel partner
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Info modified on: 30 Mar 2017 11:48:15
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Long product name Philips SBCHR160 Headphone Radio :
The short editorial description of Philips SBCHR160 Headphone Radio

FM Radio
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Philips SBCHR160 Headphone Radio:
The official marketing text of Philips SBCHR160 Headphone Radio as supplied by the manufacturer

A super lightweight in-ear FM radio receiver with comfortable ear-hook brings music to your ears.

Short summary description Philips SBCHR160 Headphone Radio:
This short summary of the Philips SBCHR160 Headphone Radio data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.

Philips SBCHR160 Headphone Radio

Long summary description Philips SBCHR160 Headphone Radio:
This is an auto-generated long summary of Philips SBCHR160 Headphone Radio based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.

Philips SBCHR160 Headphone Radio

Technical details
Headphone sensitivity
100 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR)
This is the ratio of signal intensity to noise intensity.
50 dB
Supported radio bands
The bands which the radio can receive e.g. FM, MW, LW.
FM
Technical details
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)
Total harmonic distortion is a measure of non-linear harmonic\n\ndistortion and is given in %. Non-linear harmonic distortions are\n\nsignals which were not present in the original before the signal was\n\nconverted by the headphones. These unwanted signals are caused by the\n\ndiaphragm, whose movements do not precisely move in time with the\n\nelectric signals that cause it to move. Unfortunately, this is a\n\nfeature of all electroacoustic transducers. Although it cannot be\n\ncompletely eliminated, suitable steps can be taken to minimise it.\n\nHowever, the user is not interested in why this distortion takes place\n\nbut in how great the level of distortion must be for it to become\n\nperceptible. According to the findings of several research projects, a\n\ntotal harmonic distortion of 1% in the frequency range of 100 to 2000\n\nHz is imperceptible. Below 100 Hz, the perceptibility threshold lies\n\nat 10%.
3%
Transmission frequency range
87.5 MHz
Customer service details
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