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    Is using Bluetooth on my Philips headphones safe?

    Updated on 2017-02-28

    The commonly used Bluetooth Class II produces significantly less power than a cell phone, so using a Bluetooth headset reduces radiation, compared to using a cell phone.

    Even cell phones stay well below official SAR (“specific absorption rate”) limits, set by US and EU governments.

    The information on this page applies to the following models: SHB9001WT/00 , SHB7110/37 , SWB9000/27 , SWB9200/27 , SHB6110/37 , SHB1300/93 , SHB6100/93 , SHB6100/79 , SHB1300/61 , SHB7102BB/61 , SHB6100/00 , SHB7102/27 , SHB7100/27 , SHB6102/27 , SHB6101/27 , SHB6100/27 , SHB6100/05 , SHB1300/00 , SHB1300/05 , SHB1300/27 , SHB1300/97 . Click here to show more product numbers Click here to show less product numbers

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