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RCA WHP141B 900MHZ Wireless Stereo Headphones
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- Transmits audio signal up to 150 feet, through walls, floors and ceilings
- Phase-Lock Loop (PLL) technology locks in frequency to prevent signal loss
- 40mm speakers for outstanding sound performance. 900 MHz transmitting frequency
- 3-channel selection on headphones and transmitter for easy tuning
- Headphones charge on transmitter for easy storage and use
- Includes base/transmitter, headphones, batteries, and power supply
- Compact, comfortable design provides full, rich sound without the bulkiness of most other full-size headphones
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WHP141 900MHz Wireless Stereo Headphones
RCA WHP141 Wireless Headphones let you experience the full freedom of wireless, personal sound, with no line-of-sight limitations, thanks to our patented RF transmission technology. The headphone cradle and transmitter use double Phase-Lock Loop (PLL) technology, which maintains a clean and consistent audio signal so you can roam almost anywhere in your house while enjoying crystal-clear music or TV sound. And the compact, comfortable design of our wireless headphones provides full, rich sound without the bulkiness of most other full-size headphones.
Top Customer Reviews
Set up was very easy. Plugged base into outlet, added the included rechargeable batteries to headphones, plugged headphones into base and waited 24 hours for batteries to charge. My HDTV does not have a headphone jack, but it does have Audio Outputs. I bought the RiteAV-3.5mm to RCA Stero Male Cable sold on Amazon currently for $2.66, plugged it into the Audio Outputs and into the headphone base.
After 24 hours I turned the hedphones on and wow--the sound was great!!! I know you could spend more money and probably get an even fuller sound, but I was shocked at all the new sounds I was hearing from the Netflix movie I was watching. Footsteps on gravel roads, rustling of leather coats, background conversations...these would have all been lost had I simply had the TV volume on. And I barely had the volume on the headphones turned up.
I did notice a bit of static when I wondered more than 40 or so feet away from the TV, but whenever I was in my living room or nearby kitchen it was perfect. Today I'm going to see if I can step outside into my yard and still receive a decent signal.
The only thing I do not like is when the unit is in power save mode, and the headphones are on, you will hear a pop type hiss every so often. This is caused by the units attempting to make a connection though the base is in power saving mode. No biggy, but it is something that could have been better engineered. I have a different brand of wireless headphones that do not do this, but they do not have the power save feature.
The "hiss" that is experienced with this headset can be described as a kind of windy sound that's added to the transmitted sound. It kind of sits far in the background of all other sounds. It doesn't distort the signal, it's just very distracting at times. It's an indication that the input signal isn't at high enough of a volume.
An example of input sources;
Connecting to my PC required me to adjust the PC sound output to a VERY high level.
Connecting directly to the RCA outputs on my DVD player delivered excellent sound.
I also purchased the Acoustic Research AW722 headphones as a comparison. There is less of an issue with "hiss" with the AW722, but the RCA headphones are more comfortable AND in my opinion deliver more of a FULL stereo sound (when configured correctly). Also, the AW722 has the WORST battery recharging method I have ever seen (induction). They stopped recharging properly within one day of owning them, meaning that you will have to resort to charging the batteries using an external charger.
An interesting note; The AW722 headphones (Acoustic Research) will work with the RCA transmitter (because the headphones can be manually tuned). Tuning the AR headphones to the RCA transmitter did not exhibit ANY hiss, which leads me to believe that the "hiss" on the RCA headphones is caused by the receiver in the headset.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
1st product delivered was defective and could not open the battery compartment no matter what we tried. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Bruce R. Krol
Really cheap build and battery eater. Signal drift, poor sound quality. Run!Published 6 days ago by Laura A. Abbott
Very poor product that hums regardless of the source or the quality of the cables you purchase. Plus you will have to buy a "Y" cable before you can use it! Read morePublished 22 days ago by ShakyJake
Sound great, rechargeable features also a PLUS. Drawback for me wearing these. Not a good look, they're Too Big, ALIEN likePublished 22 days ago by Carmen Maldonado