Sentry HO900 Wireless Headphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Headphones with Wireless Transmitter
- Signal broadcasts up to 100 feet
- Signal passes through walls & doors
- Soft Ear Pads & Headband
- Rotary volume control
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What's in the box:
Wireless transmitter, Hi-Fi Stereo adapter, Transmitter cradle, Stereo mini-plug adapter, RCA-To-Photo plug adapter, 2 AAA and 1 9-volt battery NOT included
Top Customer Reviews
That said, they do fit my ears well and the volume is adequate for me (and I have about 40% hearing loss).
On a side note, on the unit I bought, the off switch on the headphones doesn't work, so I'm returning them, but for a mono sound and a cheap wireless headphone, it's not too bad.
All in all, if you are thinking about getting this headset, save yourself some money and don't!
It is lighter and more comfortable than my old RCA wireless. It also cups the ear completely which helps eliminate background noise.
My one complaint about it is that it uses a 9-v battery for the transmitter. If you forget to turn it off before going to sleep, then you could be spending a lot on 9-v batteries. It comes with a base that could accept an AC adapter; but the adapter itself is not included in the package. So factor in another $5-7 for an AC adapter from Radio Shack or Fry's.
But, the bottom line here is that the wireless headphone system worked fine for two weeks, but then the transmitter suddenly stopped working. Contacted the manufacturer who was no help and simply sent me warranty return information, in which you have to not only ship it back at your own expense, but enclose a $5 check to cover the return shipping. For a $25 item, this makes it not worth the time. The return policy from the amazon retailer was even worse.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
DON'T BUY THESE!! STATIC STATIC STATIC. Scan picks up radio and lots of other transmissions before you get the tv station. That's IF you get the tv station. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Gram
Unit was primarily purchased for parts for H0800 headset. I needed ear pads for the headphone, but after debating the cost switched the unit purchased, and disposed the H0800.Published on June 7, 2014 by Jesus Figueroa
I bought this product several years ago. Every now and then I take them out thinking that they might work this time. INSANITY!! Read morePublished on February 5, 2013 by L. Raymond
It works but I am disappointed. I once owned the heralded Sentry HO802 HeadPhones & liked it very much (Although Stereo but NOT Hi-Fi. Read morePublished on June 30, 2012 by Mo Jackson Music
Why have I spent untold hundreds on "Big Name" wireless headphones when I could have had these? Good sound, comfortable and decent range - 40 feet - and through a concrete block... Read morePublished on March 9, 2012 by Archie
I bought these so that I could work on my computer and not have more
cables hanging all over. It worked for a while, the sound was crappy
and then all of a sudden one... Read more
These just do not work. I placed the base 10 feet away from me, next to my TV and it would work for 10-15 seconds, then go mute. Read morePublished on October 7, 2011 by Sir Horrorshow