Sennheiser Rs 160 Digital Wireless Headphones
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Sennheiser HDR 160 - Supplemental RS160 Wireless Headphones (Charger/Transmitter not included)

Sennheiser HDR 160 - Supplemental RS160 Wireless Headphones (Charger/Transmitter not included)

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Unboxing and tour of the Sennheiser RS 160 KLEER wireless headphones

This is an unboxing, tour and setup of the RS 160 wireless headphones featuring KLEER technology.

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What Hi-Fi? [09/27/17, via What Hi-Fi?]
Sennheiser's stethoscope headphones make hearing TV easier They come in two varieties, the RS 5000 and RS 2000. Both headphones have three hearing profiles to enhance television, movies or music - each affects low-frequency and high-frequency sound to some degree. There's also a "Speech Intelligibility [...]

Pocket-lint.com [02/23/10, via Pocket-lint.com]
Sennheiser RS 160 headphones The Sennheiser RS 160 are part of the company's digital wireless series, letting you enjoy your music without strangling yourself with cable. The RS 160 are of the over-the-ear type, giving you a full headphone and a separate transmitter station [...]

[05/08/15, via CNET UK]
Sennheiser RS 175 RF Wireless Headphone System review: The Good The Sennheiser RS 175 RF Wireless Headphone System offers impressive wireless sound, a comfortable fit and extended range (through walls), and easily connects to your TV, computer or any audio source with the included cables. Connection is [...]

What Hi-Fi? [06/29/17, via What Hi-Fi?]
Libratone Q Adapt In-Ear review When Apple removed the 3.5mm audio jack from its iPhone 7, it posed a problem: how on earth will you plug a pair of headphones into this smartphone? While most manufacturers took this opportunity to push wireless models to the world, some companies [...]

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Sennheiser RS 160 headphones - Pocket-lint.com

The Sennheiser RS 160 are part of the company's digital wireless series, letting you enjoy your music without strangling yourself with cable. The RS 160 are of the over-the-ear type, giving you a full headphone and a separate transmitter station. Once you are in you'll find your headphones, the transmitter module, a set of AAA batteries, the power cable and the 3. 5mm cable to connect to your audio source. The power cable divides into two, powering the transmitter and charging the headphones themselves.

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10 best wireless headphones - The Independent

Wireless headphones once meant compromising sound quality for portability. But as Bluetooth has caught on and improved, it now just means that you can listen freely without fearing the dreaded yank — keeping your headphones and whatever device you’re listening to your music on safe. We picked through the wireless headphones available in 2015 — including both Bluetooth models and those without it — to find the best ways to free yourself from the tyranny of cords. You get Parrot’s software for improving your listening – such as apps that make you feel you’re listening in a concert hall – as well as a clever touch panel on the side that avoids the need for buttons. {3} Beats Solo 2 Wireless, £229, johnlewis.

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Hifiman HE-400 World class planar driver headphones, unique in that they are efficient enough to be driven by an iPhone. Starting at $399 - The HiFiMan HE-400. The Newest Headphone Available from HiFiMan is the HE-400. It is detailed and warm and can be driven by ... [...]

[12/15/15, via walmart.com]
Sennheiser RS 160 - Open Box Wireless Headphones portable transmitter - also runs on battery power Multi-receiver mode- Up to 4 Sennheiser KLEER headphones listening to the same source Digital volume control with mute function Leatherette earpads and headband cushions for outstanding comfort No set-up ... [...]

[07/28/15, via Tom's Guide]
I want to buy new wireless headphones I currently own a Logitech H600. It's mediocre and the range is horrible, seems to have gotten worse over the last month or so. Contemplating whether a new Bluetooth USB receiver would help or if I should just spring for a new pair(different brand/model) I ... [...]

[05/30/13, via Tom's Guide]
Wireless Headphones (no mic required) under 100€ As the title says I am looking for a new pair of wireless headphones. Since I am using a mic really rarely I can pull out some wired headset for those occasions without problems. What I am looking for are headphones for music and gaming, but my total limit ... [...]

[09/10/12, via amazon.com]
Sennheiser RS 160 RF Wireless Headphones You can still see all customer reviews for the product. I live in a tiny apartment next to sensitive neighbors. I bought these headphones to share between my PC, TV, and iPod. The great thing about this product is the transmitter can be powered by AC ... [...]

Sennheiser RS 160 Kleer Digital Wireless Headphone System – $99.99 + Free Shipping W/ Promo Code “X5QPXX”!

Offer Info The Sennheiser RS 160 Kleer Digital Wireless Headphone System is a two-part system that includes a pair of wireless headphones (HDR 160), and a compact transmitter (TX 160) that connects to your output device. It’s very simple to set-up and use as the whole system is plug and play, which makes this headphone system perfect for the office or home.The RS 160 Wireless Headphone System utilizes Kleer’s lossless digital wireless audio transmission with a range of 60 feet. It features:...

Sennheiser RS 160 wireless headphones

The wandering audiophiles' choice?Review Although Sennheiser does make a few to Bluetooth headsets to keep the mobile phone market happy, it has never been terribly keen on this technology. Indeed, the company has just launched a new range of headphones that use its own ‘Kleer’ wireless protocol.Sound investment? Sennheiser’s RS 160We tested the cheapest model in the range, the RS 160, which has a recommended retail price of £140. There are also two other models, the RS 170 and RS 180, which...

Sennheiser RS 160 review

Wireless headphones are a wonderful invention, but while they're no longer the heavy, battery-killing monstrosities they used to be, they still suffer from one pretty major problem: sound quality. Typical cordless cans broadcast using FM, which has a much lower resolution than CD, and background hiss and interference can also affect the sound.Sennheiser thinks it has the solution: Kleer. Kleer's chipsets are designed to transmit audio wirelessly at CD quality (44.1kHz, 16-bit), and...

Sequels to the First Decent Headphones I Ever Owned: Sennheiser PX-100 II and PX-200

The first decent headphones I owned were Sennheiser's PX-100. I got 'em for $30, and I was blown away, since it was the first time I heard something truly better than $20 shitcans. Now, Sennheiser's got a sequel: PX-100 II.Oh, and the PX-200 II. Like before, the PX-100 II has an open design and from the looks of it, sounds a little bassier than the PX-200 II, which still has a closed design, but with better sealing than before. The PX-200 II also has a volume control integrated into the...