Excerpt: I bought these for my dad who doesn't hear very well. He can watch tv with these and turn the volume up while we listen to it through the tv at a lower volume. It also blocks the noise of the kids while he's trying to hear the tv. The sound is GREAT!
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.
Summary: These are simply the best Wireless Headsets I have ever owned. The soundstage is incredible, and the uncompressed sound is phenomenal. I owned the Skullcandy PLYR 1's before these and there is no comparison. Buy them. Now.
Summary: These sound much better than my three year old Bose QuietComfort 15 headphones - which I find to be pretty good most of the time. In certain violin music the QCs produce a very strange spitting/clipping noise that's quite irritating. The RS180 handles the same passages perfectly well.
Pros: Great Sound, Wireless, Seamless Recharging, Two Batteries
Cons: Sensitive to Line Noise, Not Quite so Plush-Feeling as Bose
Summary: Just got these for Christmas and i love them they have great sound except when volume is all the way up they sort of crackle when there is bass. I also think there could be a little more bass to them but overall i absolutely love them so far!
Pros: Great sound and noise cancelling!
Cons: Could use a little more base and they crackle when there is bass on higher volume.