Summary: The RS 180 is a very good product, the only thing that I do not like about it is the same thing that others have mentioned, the push button controls on the right head phone are difficult to operate. I find myself have trouble finding the button that I want without removing the headset to operate it.
Pros: Quality of the produce
Cons: I do not like the button controls on the headset
Summary: The RS-180 was very simple to set up and the sound was great - it made the dialog much clearer for me, which was why I purchased these to begin with. I knew there were potential issues with the open-cell design, but other reviews convinced me this wouldn't be an issue unless the speaker volume was...
Pros: Ease of setup, comfort, overall sound quality.
Cons: Open-cell design resulted in echo in my setup, even at relatively low television speaker volume.
Summary: Tried six other wireless brands, returned them all. The RS 180 sound great, are comfortable and are easy to control. Used only for music on a newer mid-level receiver. Have had them for about one month and I will be keeping them.
Summary: After doing quite a bit of research (reading product reviews - both good and bad) I settled on a pair of Sennheiser RS 180. I've been quite pleased with this product and would recommend it.
Pros: Very good to excellent sound reproduction. Easy to sit up and use.
Cons: Two - 1) Ear cup design could be larger - If they were like the cups on Sennheiser HD 518 - they'd be perfect. 2) There needs to be some visual system that allows the user to quickly determine true center point audio balance.
Summary: I originally purchased the Sennheiser flagship wireless earphones (RS-220s) and was impressed by their build quality, the controls, their comfort, and the sturdy attractive design. Unfortunately, the RS-220s use an awful transmitter than cuts out & pops/hisses about every 20 seconds.
Pros: -Great sound quality -Very rare for audio to drop out -Good range -Very comfortable
Cons: -Button layout is horrendous. It will take quite a bit of practice before you can adjust the volume without accidentally turning them off -Quality 'feel' is inferior to the RS-220s for both the headphones and the base
Summary: I have had 5 pr of senn wireless headsets the others were not digital. i think I will try the RS 170 with the closed design ear piece. I think my older ones had better sound quality. But it could be the open design
Pros: How do you go wrong w/ sennheiser great product
Cons: You need better engineers. layout for buttons stink
Summary: Sound quality is very good, but I haven't worn headsets for years, so nothing to really compare them to. I listen to music several hours a day, I listen for certain instruments and sounds. The Sennheiser 180 s miss very little compared to my speakers..
Pros: Easy set up, mobility is great, good sound, and packed by Crutchfield.
Cons: The ear pads are hot to my ears, I am a hot natured person. I've solved the problem with cloth pad covers. The markings on the headset could be raised a little more making it easier to identify the controls by touch.. that would be it....