Excerpt: I was using my HD 280s, but the wire was starting to get in the way, plus my workstation is spaced out. So that was my reasoning for buying the RS 160. Sound quality wise, the HD's seem better to me, but I think it's mainly because there is no reciever to go through. So the RS 160's are not as "hot" in that regard. However, being an editor who wears headphones for 5+ hours at a time, these are great.
Excerpt: Just set up the wireless headphones, and the early reviews are very positive, in so far as how it works. It was easy to set up, the link connects quickly, I seem to have great range (can walk throughout the house with minimal interference, etc. The only slight negatives: 1) the earphones are not very comfortable. Specifically, they are too tight. After a half-an-hour, they definitely start to irritate my ear. Maybe with time they will loosen up.
Excerpt: I use the headphones for late night TV watching so it doesn't bother my wife sleeping. I had an old pair of Sony TMR-RF970A that had an internal battery which no longer stays charged. The RS160 is significantly better, true sound, no interference, and the headset fits my head perfectly. I find the headset to be very comfortable. My wife also used them and commented on how well they worked and how comfortable they were. This is a great product for the price.
Summary: The sound quality is good, the reception range is excellent. I'm using them to listen to TV while exercising, for which the sound quality is more than adequate. If you neglect to turn the headphones off, within 24 to 48 hours they will not have a charge, but you can always drop in alkalines. They originally fit too tight, and there appears to limited adjustment. However, they now fit okay. I'd be willing to sacrifice a bit of the seal for an increase in comfort.
Pros: Good sound Excellent range with no interference
Summary: Great Sennheiser sound for a reasonable price. The over ear head phone blocks ambient sound extremely well and delivers pure clear music and vocals. I use it for TV mostly with much better results than a sound bar. Only two issues worth noting, the head phone becomes heavy after a while and requires a break to let your ears recover and the ear piece controls are hard to find and use.. But overall it's a good choice well worth the money.
Summary: You have to experience it to believe it ... not the headphones, but the packaging - hell and death, what an ordeal! Blister pack like no other that actually cut my wife as she struggled with it and with a special cutting tool. Oh, yes, the headphones: they are great! I was skeptical, frankly, because of our setup: the signal has to go through a closet door where our receiver is located, through a hallway, through the great room wall, and go another 12 to get to a...