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Fantastic sound quality.
Superb sound quality.
AAA rechargeable batteries keep you bumpin' for 15 hours.
Well cushioned ear pads have a more delicate touch than a safe cracker.
Long roaming distance.
The volume and control buttons are too close together.
Power/volume buttons require a deft touch.
No digital inputs.
$300 and no noise canceling?
Open-backed, so leak sound.
By Headfonia on August 02, 2011
The era of real audiophile wireless headphones are finally here. Wireless and audiophiles haven’t been too friendly at each other for a long time, but recently they have found ways to be reconcile their differences. Earlier today I also had the...
By Tech2 on July 20, 2011
The RS 180 comes across as an average sounding pair of wireless headphones. For a price of Rs. 17,990, one expects a lot more than that. We were pretty impressed though, with the range but we would also have liked much better audio quality to go with...
By 5FWD on May 25, 2011
The Sennheiser RS 180 may be a little wide and heavy but for wire-free audio they certainly deliver in terms of build and audio quality.Sennheiser RS 180 is tagged with Sennheiser RS 180, Wireless earphones and Sennheiser. Select a tag (Sennheiser RS...
By TechRadar on November 24, 2010
How much are you willing to spend on a set of headphones? Temper that figure with the following facts: the headphones are wireless, and broadcast on a high-resolution RF frequency for maximum quality without wires. This is a perfect form factor for...
By AVguide on July 14, 2010
All other things being equal, I’d guess most of us would rather have wireless than wired headphones. It is pretty obvious that cords get in the way, cords require you to remove headphones to get up and find an old CD, and cords restrict your dance...
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
We highly recommend these headphones for wireless...
By Whathifi.com on April 27, 2010
There are no fewer than five models in Sennheiser's RF wireless range. The RS 180s are pricey, but they're worth it. The tower-like transmitter doubles as a hanger for the 'phones and charges the two AAA NiMH concealed in the cups. The shape...
By Wired on March 27, 2010
Wireless headphones used to be perfect for head-bangers: The constant static and dropouts made you want to bang your head against the wall. But it's a different ballgame now, and cruising around the house sans wires doesn't have to cause any...
By Stuff.tv on March 03, 2010
Cast off your tethers and roam as free as nature intended – and enjoy great-sounding music while you’re at it...
By Gadget Guy Australia on February 22, 2010
Perhaps the biggest difference between this and the cheaper RS 170 model are the open cans, which provide an airier, more natural audio experience (but also do less to isolate the listener from external sounds) and the automatic levelling...
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