Design and Build
The RS 160 headphone is made up of leatherette earpads and headband which ensures comfort to its users even on prolonged sessions. Its around-the-ear design of this headphone helps isolate the unwanted noise from the surroundings. It has a modifiable headband for a perfect fit.
The transducer system of the RS 160 is powered with neodymium magnets to produce audio that’s wealthy, clear and bass-driven. Its frequency response ranges from 18 Hz up to 21,000 Hz and 32 Ohms impedance.
The RS 160 uses KLEER to reliably and consistently produce wireless audio with a 60ft range.
This can pair media devices without interference. Its KLEER technology doesn’t hinder other wireless networks. Also, the compact transmitter is capable of receiving up to 4 devices simultaneously. It’s important to note that you can’t use it with wires. The headphone isn’t built with a USB port or a DC power, and audio jack is essential for a wired audio connection.
You can charge the RS 160 to a wall outlet, or use AA batteries to power it. Once you have fully charged the batteries, it can perform up to 24 hours. The usual charging time of the batteries is about 16 hours.
The RS 160 has convenient controls and installation features. You can quickly plug the transmitter’s cable into the analog output of the audio source so you can enjoy wireless audio. The volume controls can be found on the outer part of the headphone.
The Sennheiser RS 160 comes with:
- AC wall adapter
- Charging cable
- Detachable audio cable
- 2 AA batteries
I have been using the RS 160 for two months now, and I’ve been enjoying it ever since. The audio quality is satisfying, and it’s not confusing to operate. Plus, it is very comfortable in the ears and head, it fits me just fine.
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