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Sony MDR-RF810

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    7.5 7.5 from 102 reviewers
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    7.4 7.4 from 106 reviewers
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    7.2 7.2 from 52 reviewers
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    5.0 5.0 from 24 reviewers
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    4.6 4.6 from 8 reviewers
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    7.9 7.9 from 7 reviewers
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Sony MDR-RF810RK

The Sony MDR-RF810RK is a closed cordless headphone designed in a black/silver form factor, and supports 20-20,000 Hz frequency response, a 40 mm driver unit, a 100 m reception range, 3 + 3 mW output power, and is powered by batteries that provides users with up to 28 hours (on AAA) or 13 hours (NiHM) of operation time. The Sony MDR-RF810RK supports a unimatch plug connecting cord, built-in volume control, two channel, and comes with an AC power adaptor. The Sony MDR-RF810RK weighs …

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Sony MDR-RF810RK

The Sony MDR-RF810RK is a closed cordless headphone designed in a black/silver form factor, and supports 20-20,000 Hz frequency response, a 40 mm driver unit, a 100 m reception range, 3 + 3 mW output power, and is powered by batteries that provides users with up to 28 hours (on AAA) or 13 hours (NiHM) of operation time. The Sony MDR-RF810RK supports a unimatch plug connecting cord, built-in volume control, two channel, and comes with an AC power adaptor. The Sony MDR-RF810RK weighs 220 g.

Features

The Sony MDR-RF810RK digital cordless headphone supports up to 30m range and a circum-aural design that allows users to utilize the headphone for long periods of time. It has a 40mm long stroke diaphragm and Digital Radio Frequency transmission for sound output. It also comes with a storage case that doubles as a cable-free battery charger. The headphone’s closed-type design reduces sound spillage, and a parallel-link self-adjusting headband allows for comfortable use. Other features on the headphone include a volume control on the headphone, a design allows up to 137 hours continuous listening time between charges of the NiMH battery, and an auto power-save feature which switches off the headphone when it’s not being used. The MDR-RF810RK is available from April 2010.

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  • Interruption of working

    I just have been using the Sony MDF-RF810RK and it stops working after some time for unknown reasons. There has not been a long silence in the sound on the TV it is connected to. It starts with some white noise like buzz, and then nothing, just silence. After unplugging the sound plug it starts working fine again after a while, until the problem happens again. Anybody any similar experience?

    Answered by adrian973 2011-04-07:

    yes i have the same problem. i go to the service center. they told me there is no problem, when they test the headphone. i have a wireless router in my room , i turn off, but the problem remain the

    Answered by danielsalomons 2011-04-07:

    I found out what the solution is. The transmitter station has a silence detection. If you do not put the volume of the feeding device on its maximum, the headphone 'thinks' there is no signal, and switches off. You must put the volume of the feeding device, i.e. the TV or the stereo or whatever, to its maximum, and adjust the volume to your ears with the volume control at the headphone

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