Sony MDR-RF810 Wireless Headphones - £29.99 delivered @ Play

Sony MDR-RF810 Wireless Headphones - £29.99 delivered @ Play

Found 10th May 2011
A good deal imo. Cheapest I can find at the mo.

Dimensions: H128 x W108 x D108mm
Transmission Type: RF
Signal Range: 100m
Transmitter Frequency Range: 20 - 12,000Hz
Transmitter Power (ON/OFF): Automatic
Charging Stand Type: Direct
Battery Charge Method: Automatic
Wearing Style: Circum aural
ON/OFF Function: Manual
Driver Unit: 40mm

Diaphragm: PET
Battery Number: 2
Battery Type (Normal): AAA
Battery Type (Rechargeable): NiMH
Battery Life: 28 hours (normal) and 13 hours (rechargeable battery)
Recharging Time: 16 hours (from 0 to full)
Weight: 220g
Supplied Accessories: AC adaptor, rechargeable battery and connecting cords
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Very good price - £15 cheaper than next best. Im put off by the hiss review/comments however elsewhere...

Tempting at this price though!

I read about that hissing comment...I also read in the manual

If the volume is high using the analogue input, set the ATT (attenuator) … If the volume is high using the analogue input, set the ATT (attenuator) switch to “–6 dB.”

That could be the reason for hissing sound. I am expecting mine to arrive tomorrow. Will post back here if theres any hissing sound.
I bought some of these at christmas from Argos ebay outlet for £10! they might not be the best hi fi sound but they are very good. My son uses them mostly so I don't have to listen to kids tv or the PS3.

Got mine today. Initially I did feel the hissing sound but that was because the TV's Headphone volume was set at low and I was using the full volume on the headphone. The workaround is to increase TV's headphone volume control and lower headphone's (Sony MDR-RF810) volume control.

No more hissing sound now. Agree it is not the best hifi sound but very much worth at this price.
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