Summary: These headphones were on top wireless headphones lists but I don't understand why. The product design is nice but the headphones felt too heavy and the sound quality when connected to my laptop was really poor - very tinny sound.
Summary: Sennheiser is a reputable brand and the headphones themselves sound great! However, I wasn't able to put them to use the way I had hoped. I have a system that includes a Toshiba TV, a WD TV Live box, a cable box and a Philips Home Theatre system.
Summary: Had to find a replacement for our worn out Phillips cordless headphones (2 sets) Walked into a local Comet store and found these sennheiser RS160's sitting on the shelf and on a whim picked up 2 sets parting with £320 for the pair (Wished i had looked on here first) Good point:- Sound is brilliant...
Summary: I was very pleased to be given these headphones as a gift after using a number of cheaper ones over the years. What a disappointment they have turned out to be. The sound quality is exceptionally good but for a user who needs them all the time they are hopeless.
Summary: The sound quality is great but after a month of use I put it on and I heard a large cracking noise. When I looked at it, it had a decent crack on the top of it. I was extremely careful with it since it was my first high quality pair and it never left my computer so I don't think it was me.
No noise with the Senheiser RS160 but boy do I regret the easy level adjustment I had on the Sony
DANIEL CRETE, Amazon
2 September 2010
Summary: I bought them as a replacement for my Sony MDRRF925RK well known for their problematic 'popping noise'. No noise with the Senheiser RS160 but boy do I regret the easy level adjustment I had on the Sony.
Summary: Have had a set of 120 phones and liked them, but thought I'd try to 160's as the price seemed little more. So far, I'm not impressed. The sound is very low, and not widely adjustable; but the greatest problem is turning the @#$% things on!