Sennheiser RS 180 Digital Wireless Headphone System

Check out the reviews for the Sennheiser RS 180 Digital Wireless Headphone System with Automatic Level Control and Adustable Balance Control and how it is better than other headsets. There are reviews for this priced cheap Sennheiser RS 180 Digital Wireless Headphone System.

Sennheiser RS 180 Digital Wireless Headphone System

  • Open circumaural digital wireless headphones with Kleer’s uncompressed audio transmission
  • Dynamic headphones with clear and detailed audio reproduction
  • Multi purpose transmitter-also functions as an “easy charge” cradle and docking station
  • Multi receiver transmission up to 4 people and listen from the same source
  • Automatic level control for optimum audio level

Benefits

A cell phone headset provides a hands free option for cellular communication as you go through life’s duties.

Buying Questions

  • Does the cell phone ear piece stay on your head?
  • What is the range of this product?

Offering RF transmission, compressed digital wireless transmission, and excellent stereo sound with Kleer technology.

Read the reviews below to get a better idea.

3 Responses to “Sennheiser RS 180 Digital Wireless Headphone System

  • Review by HA Hacky

    Wow, I have been waiting literally years for a quality set of wireless headphones. I listened to many including the previous generation of Sennheiser’s. All of them had some low level of hiss and less than audiophile sound quality. The wait is over. These cans utilize Kleer technology and an open design. I always preferred open headphones for the more natural bass response and to my 50 year old ears these sound great. The headphones are comfortable though I would like a bit more padding spanning the entire headband. The buttons on the headphones that control power, volume and balance (handy if you have asymmetrical hearing deficits) are too small and flat but I can now control the volume without removing the headphones. The range is listed as being up to 100 meters and practically speaking, as I can walk on either floor of my house and even outside in my yard without any noticeable effect. Every 30-40 minutes I may get a brief 1 second or so loss of sound but it is infrequent enough to not bother me. Expensive and surely not equivalent sound to an equally or more expensive pair of cans but they are very close in terms of sound and the wireless performance makes them the real deal, totally worth it.

  • Review by J. Molinari "Karaoke Junkie"

    I have used the Sennheiser RS-130 for the past 4 years, and the surround sound was incredible and delicious, but I was looking for an upgrade, the next generation from a high quality manufacturer. My main uses are for blu-ray movies and late night TV viewing as to not disturb any neighbors, plus it’s an intimate experience without any street noise. When I decided on the RS-180 I bought it from J & R because their customer service is outstanding. The DVD product guide estimated an initial charge of up to 16 hours, but mine was ready for blastoff in about 7. I was immediately blown away, swept into a cinematic oasis, a sound panorama that disintegrated any assumptions about how a movie should leave a lasting impression! They are exceptionally comfortable and well worth the price, and you will not be disappointed!!! Without a sound system hooked up to my Samsung 1920 X 1080 HD-LCD TV, I realize now I haven’t totally appreciated the blu-ray player and movies until this wireless headphone purchase. Thanks to Kleer’s uncompressed audio transmission technology another journey began via listening to some of my favorite blu-rays like Oliver Stones “The Doors”. WOW!!! The bass sounds are outstanding and precise. You will venture forth into a new world of audio pleasure. If the Sennheiser RS-180 was a painting it would be a masterpiece by Kandinsky or Dali; a sculpture, La Pieta via Michelangelo, a song, something by Lennon & McCartney. Remember this: escape is not a luxury, it is a necessity if you want to get an advanced degree in sound and mind travel. Now get out and buy these phones!

  • Review by N. Shahid

    I bought and returned two other pairs of wireless headphones in the sub-$200 price range before springing for these, and simply put they are worth the extra money. There’s no interference, the sound quality is excellent throughout the range (bass, mids, highs) and the hiss that plagues most other wireless headphones doesn’t exist. Range is also excellent. The only thing to note is that the base station does not have optical audio input, only a standard 1/8th jack.

  • Back To The Top

    Write Your Reviews & Opinions