Philips headphones

Keep your music close

Whatever you love to listen to, love the superb sound and comfort of our headphones. Explore sports models for active lifestyles. Sleek true wireless earbuds. Or premium wireless and wired Fidelio headphones, tuned for music lovers.

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There’s a pair for you

From home to office. From gym to street. Whether you listen for motivation, relaxation, or focus.

Philips A7607 open-ear wireless sports headphones

With bone conduction technology

Free your ears. Hear it all.

Philips Fidelio L3

Over-ear wireless headphones

Philips A7507

True wireless bluetooth sports headphones

Philips K4607

Kids’ open-ear wireless headphones

Awards for our headphones

EISA Fidelio L3 Award
Stuff Fidelio L3 Award
Reddot Award
IF Awards
Philips signature sound

The Philips sound 

Our sound signature lies at the heart of what you hear when you listen to a pair of Philips headphones. Warm and natural, it’s superbly executed in our high-end Fidelio models—and carried all the way through to our most affordable headphones.

Woman enjoying comfort of Philips Fidelio headphones outdoor

Always comfortable

From the superlative comfort of Fidelio to the super-secure, weatherproof design of our sports models—Philips headphones and earbuds are made to feel great. Sit back and listen, go for a walk, or run for hours. You’ll barely notice you’re wearing them.

Philips noise cancelling features

Noise cancelling

Seriously into music and don’t want anything getting in the way of your sounds? Or perhaps you simply want to quieten your surroundings. Our range of noise cancelling headphones gives you plenty of choice when it comes to immersion, or enjoying the silence.

Woman enjoying crystal call feature of Philips bone-conducting headphones

Crystal-clear calls

Always know the person you’re calling can hear you properly! Philips headphones that feature a combination of AI mics and bone-conducting mics will clearly transmit the sound of your voice, even if it’s windy. You can be on the go, and on the phone.

Philips open-ear headphone features

Open-ear headphones 

Like to do yoga, or run, to music or podcasts? Love listening but hate the feeling of something in your ear canal? Philips open-ear wireless headphones let you hear your sounds—and everything else—without having to put anything on or in your ears.

Headphones for every ear

Philips Fidelio

Philips Fidelio

Crafted for listeners

headphones app

Philips Headphones App

For iOS and Android

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Your questions, answered

How do I connect or pair my Philips Bluetooth/true wireless headphones?

Please refer to the manual for your specific Philips headphones. If you no longer have the manual, you can download the Philips Headphones app and find it there.

What is noise cancelling? How does noise cancelling work?

Our noise-cancelling headphones feature tiny microphones that pick up ambient noise around you. Then on-board electronics create a noise-cancelling wave, which is the exact opposite to the ambient noise. This wave acts like a noise eraser, cancelling unwanted sounds without noticeably diminishing the quality of your music. 

How do bone-conduction headphones work?

Standard headphones send soundwaves to your eardrums, which vibrate in tune with the sounds you’re hearing. Bone-conduction headphones vibrate your cheekbones and cochlea (a bone in the inner ear), bypassing the eardrum altogether.


This lets you listen without wearing headphones in, or on, your ear. Bone-conduction headphones are great for increasing situational awareness during sports or walking. They can also provide a solution for listeners who have some problems in the outer ear, middle ear, or eardrum.

What is the difference between on-ear and over-ear headphones?

On-ear headphones sit on the ear without enveloping the ear's outer edges. This fit is ideal if you don't want your ears to warm up over long listening sessions, but it can leave you susceptible to external noise. Over-ear headphones completely cover the ear, surrounding the outer edges and hugging the head with a fit that provides much better isolation from outside noise.

What is the difference between wireless and true wireless headphones?

Wireless headphones connect wirelessly to your audio device. They come in headband and earbud styles. While there is no wire needed to connect the headphones to your device there is always a cable that connects the earpieces (the cable might be hidden in the headband or a neckband).


True wireless headphones are earbud-style headphones that sit on, or in, your ear. They have no wires at all: each earpiece connects to your device wirelessly via Bluetooth.

How are sports headphones different from other Philips headphones?

Sports headphones are designed for active lifestyles. You'll see an IP rating on our sports headphones, which indicates a level of protection from water, sweat, and dust. Many of our sports headphones also boast features to help you train: like heart-rate monitoring, UV cleaning, or cooling ear cups. 

Why should I download the Philips Headphones app?

Downloading the Philips Headphones app lets you unlock the full potential of your headphones. You can turn specific headphone features on or off in the app, adjust settings for functions like noise cancellation or equalizers, and check battery status. The app also lets you update your headphones with the latest software, and gives you access to the user manual. 

What kind of headphones can I use with my TV?

Use a pair of dedicated Philips TV headphones to get the best TV listening experience! Our TV headphones dramatically reduce latency so you'll always hear dialogue and sound effects in sync with what's happening on screen. 

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