Sennheiser KLEER Wireless Over-the-Ear Headphones (RS170) with Surround Simulation
26 December 2013
Summary: Used this item for a few days and these are my impressions: easy to install and start up, good sound, effective controls. The only thing that could be better is a small "turn-off-on" button on the headphones embedded between the + and - sound--volume buttons, when adjusting the volume it's easy to turn the headphnes off by mistake.
Excerpt: I've only tested this in my bedroom,about 15' away from the TV for about 1 week, but they sound great! Crystal clear audio with no static or drops. I spent more than I originally intended but, very happy with these. You're ears will get warm as these headphones cover them completely, but that is to be expected, and not a problem to me. They are comfortable as well.
Pros: Added features, Comfortable, Easy To Use, Great Sound Quality
Summary: I' am a hearing impair person. Until now I had much difficulty understanding tv dialog. Not even with my hearing aides that cost me $7,000.00The RS 170 solve my problem, I now understand the dialog loud and clear. The RS 170 are God sent. This is the best investment I ever made.
Summary: After 30 years in the construction and 10 years in the Sound business, I have some hearing loss. I bought these so I could hear and understand the TV with out damaging the hearing of others in the room. The sound is fantastic. Very comfortable. Even the commercials sound good. The range is great. I can walk all over the house and still hear the TV. The only negative is that the controls on the headset are difficult to operate with the headset on.
Summary: The sound quality is very good so long as your are not hoping to listen to music with soft passages. These are squelched or masked by a buzzy noise. I was hoping to use these several rooms away from my stereo, however even 60ft away I find that there are spots were the rf signal drops out.
Pros: OK for rock music or TV
Cons: Not for music with quiet passages. Not reliable for use in rooms other than where the transmitter is located.