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Sennheiser RS110 Wireless Headphones = £24.99 @ PLAY.com
Sennheiser RS110 Wireless Headphones = £24.99 @ PLAY.com

Sennheiser RS110 Wireless Headphones = £24.99 @ PLAY.com

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The RS 110 is an open, supra-aural wireless RF headphone system. Its transparent and well-balanced sound with great bass response makes this system an ideal choice for all types of music and TV applications. Enjoy total freedom of sound without a physically restricting cable at an affordable price. The ideal entry into the cordless world of sound.



Specifications

Open, stereo, supra-aural, wireless RF headphone system
Detailed, analytical sound reproduction with strong bass response
Perfectly suitable for all types of modern music and TV applications
"Wireless freedom of sound" with reception through walls and ceilings, even outside in the garden
Range of up to 100 metres
Three selectable RF channels
Control elements conveniently positioned to provide easy, intuitive operation
Very lightweight headphones, extremely comfortable to wear
Appealing, modern design
AAA batteries included
rechargeable NiMH batteries & standard charger can be purchased separately (Non-Sennheiser accessories)
2-year warranty
Frequency response: 22 - 19,500 Hz
Transducer principle: dynamic, open
SPL(1 kHz, 1 Vrms): 106 dB
THD: Ear coupling: circumaural
Weight: approx. 230 g
Power supply: 2.4 V - 3 V via two AAA batteries (LR 06)
Operating time of headphone battery: approx. 22 h

25 Comments

Nice, are these any good??

Hot - good price for a good pair of wireless headphones. Had these from play when they were available for £15. There is very little background noise from these, sound is clear and they fit quite well. However, they possess an annoying auto switch-off feature: if no sound is received for about a minute (or if the audio output volume is too low) the wireless transmitter automatically switches off, blasting you in the ears with static. Annoying when listening to anything with silent spells, and do not see the point of the feature really - it's not like it saves battery power as the headphones are not powered off, just the transmitter.

Good price for entry level wireless headphones though.

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Reviews sound great, check them out.
Just ordered mine

Ive learned my lesson from posting a good deal and ordering later, it gets sold out and i cant get it for myself lol

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bishibashi;4695454

Hot - good price for a good pair of wireless headphones. Had these from … Hot - good price for a good pair of wireless headphones. Had these from play when they were available for £15. There is very little background noise from these, sound is clear and they fit quite well. However, they possess an annoying auto switch-off feature: if no sound is received for about a minute (or if the audio output volume is too low) the wireless transmitter automatically switches off, blasting you in the ears with static. Annoying when listening to anything with silent spells, and do not see the point of the feature really - it's not like it saves battery power as the headphones are not powered off, just the transmitter.Good price for entry level wireless headphones though.



Im guessing there is no way to manually switch that batery save feature off?

prodigy8;4695444

Nice, are these any good??



Apart from the annoying niggle I mentioned above, they are good. Have a decent range and sound quality is good, with VERY little hiss or noise (can only be heard slightly when silent). The wireless transmitter is plugged into the mains and connected to the audio out port. It can be set to transmit at three different frequencies, and the headphones are easily tuned into this. The headphones themselves require two AAA batteries: I just use rechargeables and have a spare set on hand. You can also buy more headsets seperately once you own the wireless station: ie have three headphones receiving the wireless signal from the same transmitter.

elloello;4695464

Im guessing there is no way to manually switch that batery save feature … Im guessing there is no way to manually switch that batery save feature off?



Nope. More annoying is the feature does nothing to save batteries, just turns off the transmitter which is connected to the mains. A simple power switch would have been far better - the headphones have a power switch to conserve batteries when not in use. It's a real shame really, especially if you're watching something and it just decides to blast you with static as it wasn't loud enough to hit the threshold to prevent the shut off; even though you can hear it clearly :?

That can be prevented by increasing the output volume: it's not really a problem with films and music unless they have long periods of silence. It also can happen on older mpeg files, but really it is only occasional. Always makes me jump after I've watched something and forget to take them off! They are a good set of wireless headphones, but they would be absolutely great if it wasn't for that

I got these for £17.99 from Play before Christmas...had re-sold them by New Year; they're way too uncomfortable. With headphones this bulky u really need leather padding, the foam padding is way too thin. This is still a good price, bt for anything other than occasional use...they're just not worth it.

bishibashi;4695454

Hot - good price for a good pair of wireless headphones. Had these from … Hot - good price for a good pair of wireless headphones. Had these from play when they were available for £15. There is very little background noise from these, sound is clear and they fit quite well. However, they possess an annoying auto switch-off feature: if no sound is received for about a minute (or if the audio output volume is too low) the wireless transmitter automatically switches off, blasting you in the ears with static. Annoying when listening to anything with silent spells, and do not see the point of the feature really - it's not like it saves battery power as the headphones are not powered off, just the transmitter.Good price for entry level wireless headphones though.



Bang on - exactly right I have these too and can second all of the above.

Hint - put the volume of the telly up high and the headphone vol lower. If you do it the other way round i.e. telly low and headphones high - it will sound poor.

well recommended though the price is just ok

The one thing I would also have liked with mine is a USB power cable. The transmitter part uses so little power, that the supplied power adaptor is unnecessary if you are sending from a computer or laptop and adds to the hassle of finding a spare power socket.

Otherwise I can echo the above. I personally find mine comfortable enough and they have a decent range. I can send from my computer upstairs and listen downstairs.

check your tv has a headphone socket though!!

My old tv did but my new hdtv doesn't
They were brilliant headphones though!
Just a shame i can't use them anymore

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stratomaster;4696967

check your tv has a headphone socket though!!My old tv did but my new … check your tv has a headphone socket though!!My old tv did but my new hdtv doesn't :(They were brilliant headphones though! Just a shame i can't use them anymore



hdtv with no headphone socket? damn!

elloello;4697089

hdtv with no headphone socket? damn!



yeah, i was abit gutted.
Looked around for adapters but couldn't find anything suitable

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I got the £17.99 deal, and used them once!!, another wise hukd purchase. I've no real need for them, and they're not that comfortable, and are made from very cheap components it seems. They work great though

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bargainsgalore;4697184

I got the £17.99 deal, and used them once!!, another wise hukd purchase. … I got the £17.99 deal, and used them once!!, another wise hukd purchase. I've no real need for them, and they're not that comfortable, and are made from very cheap components it seems. They work great though



bad bad hukd! lol

i know the feeling mate, so easy to see a deal and think
"wow great price!, must buy before there gone"
use it few times and put it away for that moment when it comes in handy and you think YES! it wasnt a total waste of money

saying that there are always one blinding buy out of loads that makes it all seem worthwile..
ones that stand out for me was the iphone price drop deal that was a scorcher post and also my free ipod touch 16gb i got free from o2 (even after i bought my iphone3G)

Bought these last year for £15 and they are pretty decent for the money, the sound is very very clear.

My only gripe is that they only fit on your head loosely, so any movement forward with your head and the headphones will come off your head!!!

These are a great pair of headphones, very clear sound. If you are just sitting listening to your tv or xbox, PS3 they are great. If want to play tennis or do the gardening then they will fall off your head.

Ordered my pair - quidco too! heat and rep added

bishibashi;4695454

they possess an annoying auto switch-off feature: if no sound is … they possess an annoying auto switch-off feature: if no sound is received for about a minute (or if the audio output volume is too low) the wireless transmitter automatically switches off, blasting you in the ears with static..



I've got sony ones that do exactly the same thing, best way to avoid it happening a lot is to turn the volume on your source up way high, that usually stops it. The downside to that solution is if there is a period with absolutely no sound at all i.e horror film building tension it makes it much worse on the odd times it does it :roll:

is it too heavy to wear ? I know there are some battery inside.

fone4u;4698749

is it too heavy to wear ? I know there are some battery inside.



No, they are not heavy at all. Its only 2 aaa batteries which weigh next to nothing in the scheme of things.

J

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spraint;4696495

The one thing I would also have liked with mine is a USB power cable. The … The one thing I would also have liked with mine is a USB power cable. The transmitter part uses so little power, that the supplied power adaptor is unnecessary if you are sending from a computer or laptop and adds to the hassle of finding a spare power socket.Otherwise I can echo the above. I personally find mine comfortable enough and they have a decent range. I can send from my computer upstairs and listen downstairs.



yep i do the same.. i got the 17.99 pair and can listen to them all over the house... really good range and quality... yeah you cant rock it out with these on as they might fall off but other than that and the auto off they are super good!

damn these look nice

These are good for the price..got the model up from these with the charging cradle, etc..but same headphones apart from that...i think........good make, hot

Expired - Now £49.99

Bit old lol - but did any1 get some of these that no longer wants them ? Im looking for a decent set of wireless for a small home studio and these look great. If so please msg me (i can hope !!)
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