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SENNHEISER RS 195 RF Wireless Headphone System
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|Model Name||RS 195|
|Form Factor||Over Ear|
About this item
- Closed back, circumaural headphone system with excellent digital wireless audio transmission delivering range up to 328ft/100m (line of sight)Connectivity Technology: Wireless. Frequency response- 17 - 22,000 Hz
- Selectable hearing boost presets with an additional noise suppression mode for clearer dialogues and superior speech intelligibility Music listening mode for increased dynamic range
- Multi-purpose transmitter supports both Digital and Analog Inputs in addition Automatic and Manual Level Control - also functions as 'easy-charge' cradle and docking station for the headphones
- Not compatible with Bluetooth technology Compatible with analog and digital audio inputs, as well as toggling between inputs THD, total harmonic distortion: <05 % at 1 kHz, 100 dB SPL
- NOTE: Check User Manual in Technical Specification before use
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Sennheiser is shaping the Future of Audio – a vision built on a 75-year history of innovation and a continued drive for excellence that is woven into our company’s DNA and culture. Around the world, our employees share this passion in the pursuit of the perfect sound, creating products that exceed expectations and set new benchmarks in audio.
Meet the Sennheiser RS 195
Do you have difficulty hearing the TV, sounds or listening to music? Over time, human hearing naturally evolves. Although this is normal, the changes can alter the quality of the sounds you experience, for example when watching TV or listening to music. The RS 195 wireless headphones take these changes into account to provide better sound that can be fully personalized to your hearing needs or difficulties.The settings can be tailored to suit the listener’s needs.
- Sennheiser recommends this headphone for music, TV and movie enthusiasts needing a wireless headphone solution that can accommodate for their slight hearing difficulties.
- This headphone is compatible with any audio or video device that has an optical digital (toslink) or analogue audio output (Left + Right RCA or 3.5 mm headphone output).
Digital wireless audio transmission
Delivers exceptional sound quality over its 330 foot (line of sight) operating range. Enjoy the freedom of moving around without messy headphone wires.
Connects to your audio device via digital or analogue input to provide sound to the headphones and acts as an easy charge cradle and docking station.
Provide up to 18 hours of operating time when fully charged for long listening sessions.
Closed back, around ear design
Provides good wearing comfort and reduces ambient noise so you can focus on the entertainment.
Intelligently designed controls
For volume and balance on the headphone make the headphones easy to use.
Speech and music listening modes
Speech mode helps eliminate background noise and enhance speech intelligibility while music mode increases dynamic range to improve overall sound detail.
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|Color||Black||Black||Black||Black||Brown & Black - HT5009 for All TVS||Black|
|Headphones Form Factor||Over Ear||Over Ear||Over Ear||Over Ear||Over Ear||Over Ear|
|Item Dimensions||9.3 x 5.9 x 11.6 inches||9.3 x 5.9 x 11.6 inches||12.25 x 8.75 x 5.5 inches||2.4 x 5.3 x 6.8 inches||3.15 x 7.09 x 6.69 inches||7.8 x 6.7 x 1.78 inches|
|Item Weight||3.50 lbs||0.68 lbs||7.05 ounces||1.80 lbs||6.91 ounces||0.67 lbs|
|Special Features||volume-control||lightweight, volume-control||lightweight||Noise Cancellation, Volume-Control||164FT / 50M LONG RANGE, Wireless Headphones with Bluetooth Transmitter for TV, Bypass Function Supports Sound Canbe Heard via Headphones & Wired Soundbars Simoultaneously; 40 Hrs Battery, Optical RCA 3.5mm AUX ports supported, Plug & Play, Hi-Fi Sound, No Delay||Noise Cancellation, Foldable, Microphone Feature, Universal Phone Control, Volume-Control|
The RS 195 connects you to your music, tv and movies with unparalleled audio quality with the ease of use and comfort expected of Sennheiser headphones. The wireless headphones offer the freedom to listen with a customized hearing profile in pure digital clarity. 3.5mm and RCA analog sources. Signal-to-noise ratio - Analog input: typ. 85 dBA at 1 Vrms, Digital input: > 90 dBA
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I received these Sennheiser 195's today. It took me, (a 61 year old who is afraid of electronics), 1/2 hour to set up the headphones. Loading the batteries is easy. The headphones are so comfortable. The volume and on/off buttons are conveniently located. All of the hearing modes work so you can customize your hearing experience. I can hear through upstairs walls, downstairs walls and about 50 feet outside so far. I intend to keep testing the outside line of sight distance. There is a little sporadic breakup in transmission when standing in front of a microwave. To make a long story short, I recommend these headphones. I can hear tv so well with these headphones. I am so thankful that tools like this are available to help the hearing impaired as well as to provide a more enjoyable hearing experience for those who hear well.
So far, the deal-breaker for me is that I find the overall sound to be a significant downgrade ... tinny, somehow compressed, not nearly as rich/full spectrum, somehow. This model offers multiple listening “modes” … some seem designed to cut out certain frequencies and thereby suppress “background” noise (e.g., music, environmental sounds) with the intent of making dialogue clearer. This works insofar as cutting out the extra sound prevents some inevitable masking of dialogue. However, the quality of what remains sounds itself thin and reduced.
I tried all of the modes available and found that the “music” mode sounds the fullest … but even that mode does not produce sound quality that compares to that of my previous Sennheiser model. If you have some trouble hearing and are looking for phones that will allow you to isolate and increase the volume of dialogue, these may help you. If you don’t have a hearing problem and are looking for headphones that will provide rich, balanced sound, you may be disappointed in these.
In other aspects … to me, the replacement of my earlier model’s velour cushions with leather (or leatherette, not sure which) is surprisingly less comfortable, particularly in the head band. Moreover, the phones are much bulkier, on and off the charging stand, than the 180s were, and they don't slip on and off the stand at all easily, as the 180s did ... this headset takes up much more room, and some serious finagling and wiggling is required to get the phones sufficiently seated on the stand to make charging contact for the batteries.
I'll play with these some more tomorrow, and update my review if my second impressions are more favorable than the first ... but so far, I don't like these nearly as much as my 180s, in spite of the control design improvement. Unless I stumble upon some secret to better sound tomorrow, I'll be returning these. The sound quality is just not worth the downgrade in comfort and charging convenience, and the improvements in control placement/design aren’t sufficient to make up for these minuses. I've already gone to eBay to track down a "new" set of the discontinued 180s and purchased them, since I assume they'll only be harder to find from this point on.
On a final note, I hope Sennheiser hasn't given up permanently on its very comfortable velour ear cushions, which I've enjoyed in many of their professional monitoring headphones over the years. I'm a long-time Sennheiser fan and customer, and my less-than-enthusiastic feelings about these headphones won't prevent me from trying more Sennheiser products in future.
If this was still the Seventies this unit would be right at home. However the Seventies are ancient history. Entertainment electronics are light years beyond the simple stereo of that era. Unfortunately, Sennheiser has failed to keep up.
finding an stereo output on a modern receiver or amplifier is practically impossible because most audio is transmitted digitally and in more than two channels. i.e. Surround Sound.
The reality of this situation is that this unit needs to be plugged into a headphone jack, which most always mutes the speakers. So it's an either / or for listening.
I understood this dilemma going into it so, I purchased an HDMI splitter, and an HDMI audio breakout box so that audio could flow both to the headphones and the speakers. Problem solved. . .
But wait theres more!
This is when I discovered that these alegedly modern headphones DONT SPEAK SURROUND SOUND! practically the industry broadcast standard of this era.
If you go into settings of whatever program you wish to watch you will, usually, find a 2 channel setting. Sometimes simply labeled English (or whatever language you speak) with no numbers after it. However, not all programs offer simple 2 channel audio nowadays, so if it's not in the setting you don't hear audio from the headphones.
A call to Amazon Tech support verified this conclusion.
If you live alone and don't want to disturb the neighbors with your audio, this could be the solution. But, If you want to share a program with normal hearing people, at the same time, this IS NOT the solution.
I would have thought that Sennheiser would have thought this through a little better since the entire point of this combination was to help the hearing impaired.
So now I have this $300 white elephant that I will move to my computer to replace a pair of wired headphones already there, and continue my search for headphones that will work with the surround codec. I'm pretty sure the solution will not involve something labeled Sennheiser.
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These things are horrendously uncomfortable. They are heavy, although not extremely so. All the sound settings produce sound that ranges from horrible to meh, but I realized after buying them that people going deaf are the targeted audience, so I won't fault them there too much. The ear pads are cheap and uncomfortable as hell, the solid connector piece that connects the ear pad to the headphone cup accentuates this. The clamping force was alright, not good, not bad, but it couldn't make up for the poor quality of the ear pads. The ONLY redeeming quality of these headphones was the range of the transceiver.