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Ok this might not be everyone's cup of tea, and I'm sure we'll get the - "Who would pay sixty quid for a set of headphones" brigade, but these are sennheiser, and these are wireless. I think this is a great price from amazon, as they seem to be a fair bit more than that everywhere else.

Details: Open, circumaural wireless stereo RF headphone system * For hi-fi and TV use * Switchable SRS surround sound mode * Intelligent auto-tuning due to automatic transmitter search tuning with memory function * Optimum signal reception due to self-learning automatic level control * Very lightweight headphones, extremely comfortable to wear * Stylish design * Range up to 150 m (RS 130 ? 864 MHz) or up to 100 m (RS 130 ? 926 MHz) * Easy recharging: simply hang the headphones onto the charging cradle * Rechargeable NiMH batteries included * Optional wall mounting (transmitter) possible * Acoustic signals provide feedback on many functions * Operating time: approx .22 hours * 2-year warranty *
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#2
When I bought mine, I decided it was a toss up between the Sennheiser RS130 and the Beyer Dynamic RSX 660...I plumped for the Beyer Dynamic because they are CLOSED-BACK whereas the Sennheiser are OPEN BACKED, which means more of the sound can be heard by others...and my missus would complain if she was trying to get to sleep while I'm watching the tv or a dvd!!!! The choice is yours, as I believe open back gives better sound.

I got the Beyer Dynamics for about £75, but notice they are going for the bargain price of £58.74 + £5p&p on PC World Business (not sure if there are any free delivery codes for this site)....

http://www.pcwb.com/catalogue/item/BEYER8
#3
Thanks for this emma :)
#4
I tried a pair of wirless sennheisers before but with so much wireless stuff going on in my house I kept getting a faint hissing sound. Got a paif of corded ones, fantastic quality.
#5
I bought some Sennheiser wireless headphones about 5 years ago, cost £120 at the time. Their performance was poor, so hardly used them. Better off with wired headphones and a long cable!
#6
hmm I may consider purchasing these.

I go through like 2-3 pairs of headphones a year due to the thin\crap cables that get tangled and snap inside.

I think these would be ideal for me, because I use headphones a LOT
#7
skdotcom
I bought some Sennheiser wireless headphones about 5 years ago, cost £120 at the time. Their performance was poor, so hardly used them. Better off with wired headphones and a long cable!


Same for me except £100, Philips brand, and have served me very well even today! I also sampled Sony which was rubbish, Thomson which was average at best and a few others.
#8
its not exactly a great price
how is the volume i have wireless form someone else and the volume is crap really low.
#9
I've spent significantly more than £60 on headphones. No way I would spend it on wireless ones though.
#10
Blanco
Same for me except £100, Philips brand, and have served me very well even today! I also sampled Sony which was rubbish, Thomson which was average at best and a few others.

I also have a Philips set too, but I get that constant hiss as well. Think my next purchase will be something like these.
thankshotdeals
its not exactly a great price

Would you care to justify that comment?
thankshotdeals
how is the volume i have wireless form someone else and the volume is crap really low.

Sorry, no idea what you're talking about there.
#11
emmajk42
Sorry, no idea what you're talking about there.


I think what the poster is trying to say..... as they are wireless is the ultimate volume output to the phones limited, I.E not very loud, compared to a standard wired headphone.
#12
I plunked down the money for some Bose in-ear headphones while I was in the US and now really regret them. I wish I had gone Sure or Sennheiser.
#13
Kulaak
I think what the poster is trying to say..... as they are wireless is the ultimate volume output to the phones limited, I.E not very loud, compared to a standard wired headphone.


As a generalisation this would be true, which would then mean turning up the volume and therefore a hiss sound being heard.
#14
I got these at Christmas time and have been impressed with them.

If you can do with wired headphones then obviously they are going to be higher quality but these are still pretty excellent headphones in terms of sound quality.
I got these as I needed some headphones to use with the PC, Xbox360 and DVD/Tv when my brother was going to bed and opted for a set of wireless ones as it would remove all the hassle of where the wire was going and not being able to move around much when using them.

If your after a good quality pair of wireless headphones then these are well worth checking out - doubt you'd find a much better pair anywhere cheaper.
#15
Will several of these works OK at the same time without interference? Thinking to use it as a monitor in a band. -
#16
Just to stick in my 2 pence worth why not ditch that old technology and get a pair of these Bluetooth enabled headphones, I have them and they are great.


http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/3272473/-/Product.html?searchstring=freepulse&searchsource=0
#17
Was looking at a pair of these in january but put off by reviews on other sites, howevever this is a great price if its the way you want to go.:thumbsup:

I ended up buying a pair of Sennheiser 595`s which are superb and very light and ideal for long listening sessions.
#18
Bluetooth headphones are the way to go for clarity of sound and the ability to change rooms while listening
#19
I have the RS160 and they are quality!
#20
As I said earlier, I have the Beyer Dynamic RSX 660 wireless headphones and they are fantastic..especially for 5.1 soundtracks! If you crank the sound up to the max then you do get hissing....but unless you are an idiot and want to go deaf, I'd not recommend that anyway!
#21
Now £54.48 delivered!
#22
bought it for £58 a couple days ago. is it possible to get the diffrence back from amazon?
#23
chris-richardson
Bluetooth headphones are the way to go for clarity of sound and the ability to change rooms while listening


My headphones are a 5+ year old Philips 2.4GHz model and believe it or not I get zero hiss and can move across rooms without a change in sound. I'm 99% certain Bluetooth (also 2.4GHz) will be helpful to only certain people in certain areas. I've had quite a few sets and for me these come as close to wired as possible...
#24
nicklelinea
bought it for £58 a couple days ago. is it possible to get the diffrence back from amazon?


Yes. See [COLOR=blue]here[/COLOR].
#25
emmajk42


thanks

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