Philips SHK2000: Philips Kids Range defines safe entertainment for children

Philips Headphones for Kids

Responding to newer trends like early adoption of portable media by younger audience and enhanced proficiency in operating tablets and smartphones, TPV Technology has launched specially designed headphones only for kids.

The Philips SHK2000 headphone is available in two color combinations – Pink mixed with a purple and Green mixed with a blue and can be purchased at all leading online platforms and retail partners for INR 1,499. The headphone offers hearing protection and entails child-specific features that are beneficial in the long run and does not dampen their hearing. The build quality is durable and won’t get affected by rough usage.

Philips Headphones for Kids

The headphones are comfortable, customizable, and keep volume at a safe level. The playful design is tailored for growing kids and the volume cap of 85 decibel keeps music fun yet safe. Kids can easily watch movies and TV or listen to music with these headphones.

The ultra-lightweight, adjustable and ergonomic headband provides a perfect fit for the kids while the soft ear cushions provide a comfortable and secure fit. The screw-free and durable design allows headphones parts to pop off and pop back into place easily.

Parents can now feel secure when they see their children use a safe headphone while they engage with their smartphones or tablets, thanks to the Philips SHK2000PK headphones.

The specifications are as follows:



·        Magnet type: Neodymium

·        Impedance: 32 ohm

·        Maximum power input: 40 MW

·        Sensitivity: 99 dB

·        Diaphragm: PET

·        Frequency response: 12 – 22 000 Hz

·        Speaker diameter: 32 mm

Design & Weight


·        Color: Pink and Blue

·        Weight: 0.1 kg

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