Summary: Good wireless cans. You pay a premium for decent wireless headphones, and this series of wireless headphones really deliver the goods. My wife and I both use Sennheiser RS-160, RS-170 and RS-180 wireless headphones almost every day. I use the RS-160 in the shack with my ham transceivers.
Sennheiser HD 598 v/s RS 180 v/s RS 170 Mini Review
Dinesh T., Newegg
12 June 2013
Summary: Sennheiser HD 598 v/s RS 180 v/s RS 170 Mini Review I went to the Sennheiser office for demo of their headphones. I preferred RS 180 in this lot because the sound quality was nearly as good as HD 598 but with more thumping bass and very little difference in clearness and clarity, while being...
Pros: As good as wired headphones. Enough said. The only headphone with the sound signature I love.
Sennheiser RS180 Digital Wireless Headphone System with Automatic Level Control
Bluey, earphone solutions
3 May 2012
Summary: A lot of research led me to the RS-180, but I wasnt prepared to cough up close to $600 Australian.
I had little choice but to shop offshore, and saved around 50% including fast shipping.
Having had them for just 4days as I type this I have them plugged into a DAB Plus radio and am not disapointed.
Excerpt: My wife and I both have trouble hearing voices during TV broadcast and TV movies. The RS180 solved this problem.<br /><br />Heads up: The documentation is not good so start-up was a try this, try that, situation.