Sennheiser RS-120 Wireless Headphones, Discontinued by Manufacturer (Certified Refurbished)
- Wireless freedom and stereo sound with reception through walls and ceilings up to 328 feetSimple
- Built-in recharging w/ (2) AAA NiMH rechargeable batteries includedDetailed
- Warm sound reproduction with strong bass responseOpen-Aire design for hi-fidelity audio reproduction Volume
- on/off and tuning control located on the headphone
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Crystal-Clear Reception From The Open-Airetm On-The-Ear Hi-Fi Wireless Stereo Headphones; Detailed, Analytical Sound Reproduction With Strong ;Bass Response ; Perfectly Suited For All Types Of Modern Music & Tv Applications ; Receives Reception Through Walls, Ceilings & Outdoors ; Control Elements Conveniently Positioned To Provide Easy, Intuitive Operation ; Convenient On-Cradle Battery Charging; Lightweight Headphones, Extremely Comfortable To Wear ; Replaceable, On-The-Ear Fabric-Covered Ear Cushions; Range Of Up To 328 Ft ; 3 Selectable Rf Channels ; Includes Headphones, Transmitter, Audio Cables, Power Adapter & Batteries; 2-Year Warranty
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Here are some VERY useful tips to insure you successfully get your set working if you order. You'll only need to do this once to set things up.
(1) plug the charger stand into the wall power, then put the batteries in the headset, let the unit charge over night. The red charging light will come on when the headset is in the stand and go out when the headset is removed. The red light never changes to signal a charge, its either on when the set is in the cradle or off when they are not.
(2) then the next day, plug the charging stand sound jacks into the "output" sound jacks of your TV, (((FYI If everything is working right, you'll always see a red light on the charging stand anytime the unit is plugged into the wall AND the headset is hanging on the stand, the green light above the charging light will come on only when the TV on and is sending sound to the unit )))
(3) Turn on your TV, go to your TV's set up menu, find the Audio or sound section, find the place where you can fix the analog and/or digital sound to "fixed output", (it may say max output depending on your TV brand) and save the settings in your TV (if you do not do this step, the sound in your headphones will go up and down when you raise or lower your TV sound, changing this setting in your TV allows people in the room to adjust the TV speakers and will allow you to adjust your headphone set independently of each other) YOU SHOULD SEE A GREEN LIGHT ON THE CHARGING STAND IF YOUR TV IS OUTPUTTING TO IT. If not, figure out what is connected up wrong at your TV.
(4) Take the headphones off the charger stand, turn on the head phones, adjust the sound level to about midway, put them on your head, then begin to adjust the tune dial on the headset. As you rotate the tuning dial you will hear the static sound change. Keep adjusting until you hear only the sound from the TV program you are watching and no static noise. Adjust your headset volume as needed too. If you are getting static and sound, keep trying with the tuning dial on the headset until only clear sound comes through.
After figuring out how to make these work, I'm betting all of the returns and poor ratings are related to the poor instructions on set up instructions that come with these headphones. THEY ACTUALLY WORK GREAT, but I almost sent them back because it took me awhile to figure out how to properly set them up.
If you or your spouse is having hearing problems and you do not like having the TV volume cranked up, these are a great way to return peace to the house. I would have given them a 5 star rating except for the weak instructions that came with the headset.
I'll be keeping the headphones, but I must admit, there are things about them I don't much care for.
1) The bulky recharge station has the appearance of a 20th century left-over that looks like an old steam iron, and has a massive footprint.
2) If you position the station incorrectly, you get random interference, much like not quite being able to tune a radio station, and it fades in and out; and when it fades out, there is a varying degree of hissing-static noise.
3) When the sound-source goes silent, the tower appears to stop broadcasting a signal, and that makes the headphones pick up static. This happens quite suddenly, and the transition from silence to ear-splitting hissing-static can be anything from annoying to downright painful. The noise level is sufficiently loud enough that my ears continue to ring, even without the headphones on, for a good hour.
I wish the tune dial was not on the same side as the volume dial. It's too easy to turn the wrong dial to adjust the volume!
It would make more sense for it to be on the other side with the power button?!?
Just make sure you tell your kids to turn the power off after they use it! Being left on for a day, it was dead when I went to use it next.
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