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Sennheiser RS110 Over-Ear 926MHz Wireless RF Headphones

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  • Receives reception through walls, ceilings and outdoors
  • Perfectly suitable for all types of modern music and TV applications
  • Rich, satisfying bass response
  • Detailed, analytical sound reproduction
  • 900 MHz wireless transmitter broadcasts a powerful signal throughout the room, two AAA batteries included
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Special Features Wireless-Feature Wireless-Feature Wireless-Feature Phase-Lock Loop (PLL) technology locks in frequency to prevent signal loss
Fit Over-Ear On-Ear Over-Ear Over-Ear
Dimensions 10.5 inches x 11.75 inches x 8.75 inches 8.62 inches x 3.87 inches x 4.25 inches 6 inches x 11.5 inches x 6 inches x x
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Product Specifications

Brand NameSennheiser
Color Nameblack
Signal to Noise Ratio (db)65 dB

Technical Details

  • Wireless-Feature

Product Details

Product Manual [1.19mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 11.8 x 8.8 x 10.5 inches ; 8.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0001FTVEA
  • Item model number: RS110
  • Batteries 3 AAA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,059 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

Product Description

The RS-110 headphones are ideal for listening to late-night TV without waking up the rest of the house. And thanks to the lightweight, soft earpads, the phones feel comfortable through hours of use. In addition, the phones include replaceable parts, so users don't have to buy new headphones each time a part wears out, along with a pair of AAA batteries. So don't get tied down by restrictive cables. With these Sennheiser headphones, users will enjoy a whole new world of wireless convenience.

From the Manufacturer

These Sennheiser entry-level headphones are an ideal choice for people who like to walk around the room while listening to their favorite tunes. The system features a 900 MHz wireless transmitter that broadcast a powerful signal throughout the room--and even through walls and ceilings. Should listeners wander upstairs or outside, they can still enjoy the headphones' warm sound and strong bass response provided they stay within range.

Sennheiser RS-110
With these Sennheiser headphones, users will enjoy a whole new world of wireless convenience

The RS-110 headphones are also ideal for listening to late-night TV without waking up the rest of the house. And thanks to the lightweight, soft earpads, the phones feel comfortable through hours of use. In addition, the phones include replaceable parts, so users don't have to buy new headphones each time a part wears out, along with a pair of AAA batteries. So don't get tied down by restrictive cables. With these Sennheiser headphones, users will enjoy a whole new world of wireless convenience.

Wireless Freedom

Experience wireless freedom and stereo sound with reception through walls and ceilings up to 300 feet away. Detailed, warm sound reproduction with strong bass response is the result of an Open-Aire design for high-fidelity audio reproduction. These very lightweight headphones are comfortable to wear for long periods of time, and volume and tuning controls are located right on the headphone.

The RS110 supports the use of multiple wireless headphones receiving the RF signal from one transmitter. The transmitter base connects to RCA jacks (red and white outputs), 1/8" and 1/4" headphone sockets--including anything with a headphone jack such as laptop and desktop computers. The Sennheiser RS100 is compatible with set-top DVD and Blu-ray players, DVRs, satellite receivers, AV receivers, laptops, Mac/PC computers, MP3 players, and HDTVs that feature RCA outputs (red and white outputs).

What's in the Box?

Sennheiser HDR 110 headphone, TR 110 transmitter (audio cable is attached), transmitter power cable, 2 AAA batteries, RCA to 1/8" audio adapter, 1/8" to 1/4" audio adapter, instructions, warranty.

Technical Specifications

  • Frequency response: 22 Hz - 19,500 Hz
  • Jack plug: Dual RCA, 1/8"
  • Max. sound pressure level: 106 dB
  • Modulation: FM Stereo
  • Operating time (battery): Approx. 20-25 hrs
  • Power: 9V DC (transmitter); AAA batteries (receiver)
  • Range: Up to 328 ft. (100 m.)
  • RF frequency range: (926-928 MHz, selectable)
  • Signal-to-noise-ratio: > 65 dBA
  • Total harmonic distortion (THD): < 0.7 %
  • Transducer type: Dynamic, open
  • Weight (receiver): 8.1 oz. (230 g) (incl. batteries)
  • Weight (transmitter): 6.3 oz. (180 g)

Customer Reviews

The second pair worked for precisely 3 days when one side went out.
j's aunt
I use a Sanyo Eneloop rechargeable batteries and they work perfectly good battery life .
TechGuru
If you turn the sound off, you can watch TV without disturbing others.
Pamela A. Graf

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

327 of 334 people found the following review helpful By MKaiser on September 26, 2005
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These are some pretty decent RF headphones. Very little hiss in the background, great range - the only thing I don't like is the auto on/off feature. For those who don't know what this is, the transmitter on the base doesn't start transmitting unless it "hears" enough sound for it to go. When the sound source is turned off and it doesn't "hear" anything anymore, it stops transmitting after a few minutes and you hear static in the headphones. It's basically a good idea, but not practical if/when working with different types of audio sources.

This feature can be difficult if (in my case) you are working with the headphones on a computer, where sounds come and go at different intervals (IM noises, prompts, pausing a DVD, etc.). I also use the headphones with a 15" television (no cable) that has headphone port for private viewing. While watching the TV with the headphones (the included L/R-1/16 adapter is very nice) the headphone transition cuts out every 5 minutes for a few seconds then starts again. This is probably because of the low audio strength coming from the cable-less TV, but it's just another reason why there should be a manual ON/OFF TRANSMIT switch on the base unit.

The only other drawback is that, unlike many other headphone types, Sennheiser has chosen to make very flat ear pieces. Most other headphones have the "can" type, which have a thick outer rim, allowing your ears to be closer to their natural position. With these Sennheisers my ears are frequently squished against my head, sometimes for many hours - which anyone will tell you has its own definition of pain. I'll point out that the pain only happens when I wear glasses and have the headphones on for a long time.
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333 of 344 people found the following review helpful By Fleabyte on December 26, 2006
A sound engineer's perspective...

Great Sennheiser quality - strikingly similar to some of their wired models (HD202, ect). What I expected. People say don't even bother with other brands. For the great prices Sennheiser offers, I know I don't.

Works in a large house or large condo. Static (as with all wireless headphones) occurs under 4 feet. Some people don't understand that this is natural. I've been probably 50' to 100' away from the base and have had no dropouts. Static occurs over 20' but is sparse and only in certain 'spots' - usally about two square feet. The solution - avoid those 'spots' or mess with the tuning knob.

PROS:

Fairly flat frequency response - VERY nice mids and highs

Close in quality to many mid-range wired models

Almost flawless reception when in the same room

Comfortable, open-aire design - not too tight, not too loose

CONS:

Big (but so are all wireless phones)

Silver accent color (makes them look even bigger)

No rechargeable batteries

May slip off of smaller heads when bending over (mine is big though)

Lacks a bit of bass because of the open-aire design (makes it perfect for TV but leaves a tad to be desired for music)

IMPORTANT:

Your TV has RCA OUTputs

Your volume has to be UP on the TV a little for these to work - how to circumvent this? Run your cable through a VCR and take the base station out of the RCA outputs of your VCR - now you can mute the TV, but your phones will still work through your VCR volume.

The verdict? Hard to beat for the price. Wireless headphones are not perfect, but these are about as good as you can get. Want rechargeables?
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539 of 561 people found the following review helpful By Iron Man VINE VOICE on December 8, 2004
I bought my SENNHEISER RS 110 from Bestbuy for $79.99. It was all worth it for the price. This headphone is simply amazing! I tried both Sony and RCA models before settling for a SENNHEISER and both Sony and RCA doesnt even come close to the performance of the RS 110. The sound reproduction is very distinct, no "very highs" or "very lows" on the frequency range. Just right. The range is just about right for the indicated 300 feet. It is light enough to be worn for extended periods of time and the fit is very comfortable. You dont feel that "tightness" even after wearing it for several hours. In my point of view, the sound reproduction even comes close to the BOSE noise cancelling headphones except that the SENNHEISER doesnt cancel the noise. An upgraded model, the RS 120, can be recharged by placing the headset on the transmitter--this (the recharging feature) however is the only difference. Performance is solid both ways. After making extensive evaluation on my RS 110, the only feature I could think they can add to this model is a light indicator on the main headphone unit to "visually" see if it is turned on without actually looking at the power switch. Overall, the headphone is an excellent buy compared to other models in the same price range. I highly recommend this entry level wireless headphone from SENNHEISER if you're in the market looking for one.
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201 of 223 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey P. Oblock on March 17, 2006
The base unit for the wireless headphones will shut off in 3 to 5 minutes, unless the base source volume is turned up so loud, that even with the headphone volume turned down, is near the threshold of pain.

Maybe other units work well, but mine does not work. If you look on their website, this question has been posted (why does my base shut off), and Sennheiser's answer is the volume is too low; therefore, I can only believe this problem is common.

Mine even shut off, when I can hear music through the headsets across the room. The volume switch on the headset itself needs to be modified to allow for about 10% of the current sound.
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