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Sennheiser RS 170 review: The Good The Sennheiser RS 170 is a full-size set of headphones with Kleer wireless technology that delivers CD-quality sound. The Bad The awkward placement of the controls on the right earcup may require a longer learning curve for some users, and the [...]
Sennheiser RS 220 review: The Good The Sennheiser RS 220 is a large, full-size headphone that uses advanced DSSS lossless wireless technology for exceptional sound quality. The Bad The RS 220's shiny black plastic construction doesn't jive with its lofty price tag and the [...]
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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 [...]
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95 Sennheiser RS 170 is a set of wireless headphones with a base unit that doubles as a transmitter and a battery charger. One of the nicest things a reviewer can say about wireless headphones is that they don't sound like wireless headphones, and the RS 170 certainly succeeds on that score. Connectivity is limited to just one analog input, which might be a deal breaker for some potential buyers, but the idea is that you hook up the transmitter to your TV or AV receiver, and then run your sources, like your cable box, Blu-ray player,... If that's what you're looking to do, the RS 170 is definitely worthy of your consideration. The RS 170 weighs just 216 grams without batteries thanks to its plastic construction.
The only minor disadvantage is that the headphones require two AAA batteries, rather than having their own internal battery. However, Sennheiser does include a pair of rechargeable batteries with the headphones. Nocs NS400 Titanium review Sennheiser PXC 250-II review Shure SE315 review Buying Advice. However, the sound quality provided by the RS 170s makes them one of the best sets of wireless headphones we’ve ever used.
Great sounding affordable headphones, the Audiophiliac's top picks for 2015 The Sennheiser RS 175 is a full-size, home-bound (not portable ... The Sony MDR-1A sells for $299 in the US, and £170 in the UK. [...]
Top 10 Best Selling Sennheiser Headphones All Under Rs.1999 As the festive season is around the corner, the audio company has offered discount for all the headsets under Rs. 1,999. Today, we have collected top 10 best discount offers for the Sennheiser Headphones All Under Rs.1999 [...]
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Sennheiser Rs 170 Headphone/headset Sadbhav's IPO received bids for over 33.71 lakh shares compared with 2.86 crore on offer while that of Prabhat Dairy got bids for over 74.10 lakh shares as against a total issue size of more than 3.64 crore, data available with NSE till 1700 hours showed. [...]
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Sennheiser launches Urbanite Headphones in India, starts at Rs. 15990 19,990 and the URBANITE XL Wireless is priced at Rs. 24,990. All these soft pouch for safe storage, and a 2-year international warranty. Commenting on the launch, Kapil Gulati, Director Consumer Segment said: Sennheiser has always been at the forefront ... [...]
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Sennheiser sports headphones range launched in India, starts at Rs. 4990 Sennheiser has launched new sports range – MX 686 SPORTS, CX 686 SPORTS, PMX 686 SPORTS and OCX 686 SPORTS in India. These are water resistant for durability and have oval-shaped cable that offer tangle-free listening experience and reduced cable ... [...]
There may be years of your life where there’s no need for a set of full-sized wireless headphones , but there are other times when a good pair is the wisest investment in audio that you could make. Sure, a full 5.1 or 7.1 surround speaker system is the ideal for home cinema, but if you live in a flat or a mid-terrace house, running it at full-bore isn’t always practical. Similarly, it’s hard to beat a proper, full-scale Hi-Fi setup, but what do you do when you want to listen late at night...
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...
Sennheiser is known for high-quality headphones, and audio purists flock to them for the same reason. But wireless headphones are a different ball game altogether. Audiophiles insist that a high quality cable is the only way to go, but Sennheiser begs to differ. Normally, wireless headphones that you can use at home are either based on infrared, FM or proprietary RF technology. You should stay away from infrared since they only work with line of sight; an obstruction between the...
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...