Conclusion: The RS 220 is the top of Sennheiser's line of wireless headphones. Instead of the Kleer technology offered on most of their wireless headphones, the RS 220 uses a lossless technology called direct-sequence spread spectrum (DSSS).
Pros: Excellent sound quality, Comfortable, Long battery life
Cons: Limited range, Prone to sound dropouts, High price
Excerpt: Wireless headphones have come a long way over the last few years, and Sennheiser was one of the first companies to introduce a set of high-quality cans for those of us who like listen and move beyond the tether range of a headphone cable.
Pros: Lossless audio offers fantastic sound quality. Cushiony ear pads make for comfy long-term wear.
Cons: Patchy wireless range kills the awesome sound buzz fast. Plastic shell and vinyl pads seem a bit chintzy for the price. And, ouch, that price.
Sennheiser RS 220 wireless headphones are for the audiophile with the widest wallet
12 September 2012
Summary: The Sennheiser RS 220 is one of the best-sounding wireless headphones on the market, but its super sonics don't offset its ambitious price tag when other models in the same line offer similar performance for less.
Pros: The, is a large, full-size headphone that uses advanced DSSS lossless wireless technology for exceptional sound quality.
Cons: The RS 220's shiny black plastic construction doesn't jive with its lofty price tag and the digital connection doesn't work with Dolby or DTS audio signals.
Summary: I can't believe there is no review on this headphone. I will write a brief one because I am really not equipped and skilled to write reviews on this forum as deep and broad as other reviews resulted from extensive tests and auditions.
Excerpt: Sennheiser’s RS 220 package is basically a combo of the HDR 220 headphones and the TR 220 dock. And it is one huge box they come in! Our experience with most wireless headphones till now has been a serious case of two halves - lots of potential with some bit of deliverance on that, but disappointing...
Pros: Good sound quality, Neutral headphones ï¿½ should appeal to a wider demographic, Comfortable to wear, even for a long innings, Blocks out ambient noise quite well, Lots of input options
Cons: HDR 220 may be too big for some users, Limited range, Buttons on the headphone prone to getting pressed inadvertently
Summary: Sennheiser's RS 220 wireless headphones genuinely surprised us: their sound quality is easily on par with the better wired models we've heard, and they have the advantage of being completely wireless.
Pros: Excellent sound quality for wireless, Long battery life and easy recharge, Extremely comfortable
Cons: High price tag, Minor background noise at high receiver volume, Heavier than wired models
Summary: • Transmitter features one analog audio input • Neutral headphones – should appeal to a wider demographic • Comfortable to wear, even for a long time period • Blocks out ambient noise quite well • Lots of input options • Rechargeable, integrated batteries • Provided with comfortable and luxurious...
Pros: Transmitter features one analog audio input , Neutral headphones – should appeal to a wider demographic , Comfortable to wear, even for a long time period , Blocks out ambient noise quite well , Lots of input options , Rechargeable, integrated batteries , Provided with comfortable and luxurious v...
Cons: Limited range , It may be too big for some users , Quite expensive. Intended for home use only , Lesser battery life than previous models
Summary: Sennheiser’s RS220 headphones prove once and for all that wireless connectivity is good enough to produce audio that’s good enough for audiophiles. Now you can take the cables away from your listening experience and still enjoy uncompressed audio.