Excerpt: These headphones are probably the best quality sound you'll get for the money from wireless headphones. I had the older analog version RS 120. The 120 has a longer range but you get the static coming in as you move away from the transmitter.
Pros: Durable, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight, Stylish
Excerpt: Probably the most infuriating product I have bought in the last five years. The controls are ridiculously complicated. Even when you have "trained" your headphones they cut out from time to time.
Excerpt: After using these headphones for a couple of weeks I can't find anything negative to say. I use them so my wife won't complain about the TV volume being too loud. I have discovered sounds I never knew were there in the shows and movies I watch.
Pros: Comfortable, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight
Excerpt: Comfort of headphones and quality of sound when connected to the TV is awesome. Clear, no lag. Only wish it could be used with portable devices (like my phone) without the need for a transmitter - a lot of money to spend on an item that can only be used at home.
Excerpt: I hooking up to a TV ,you will need a rca 3.5 mm Y Cable to Y All males got mine @ @ $, got these head phones hooked ,took about 15 min to charge,,,, then I found SKYFALL On Spike hd,, these are the best,, also ,great SERVICE from this Company,, thank you
Excellent except for Studio Recording - B&H was great!
Bill, B&H Photo
11 September 2015
Excerpt: I returned the RS-160 headphones because my objective / experiment was to use them for Studio Recording and I noticed a slight lag or delay. When I strummed a guitar string I would hear the sound just a slight bit after the fact and this delay was simply going to bug me.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight, Stylish