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1. Sennheiser PXC 250 Noise Cancel
$39.95 $31.99 list($49.99)
2. Sennheiser PX 100 Headphones
Too low to display $39.99 list($59.99)
3. Sennheiser PX 200 Traditional
$169.99
4. Sennheiser HD 590 Prestige High-Definition
$109.99 list()
5. SENNHEISER CC540 Lightweight Headset
$96.99 list()
6. SENNHEISER THREEPACK-815S Professional
$349.99 list($449.95)
7. SENNHEISER HD600 Open-back Headphones.
$18.95 list($24.95)
8. SENNHEISER Headphones
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9. Sennheiser RS-45 Traditional Closed
$139.00 list($229.00)
10. Sennheiser E845 Pro Performance
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11. Sennheiser E-825S Professional
$98.02
12. Sennheiser EPack-835 Professional
$106.99 $99.11 list()
13. Active Universal Interface for
14. SENNHEISER MX-300 Ultra-Lightweight
$35.13 list($49.95)
15. SENNHEISER UI730 Passive Universal
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16. Sennheisr E-835S Professional
$19.88
17. SENNHEISER Spare Battery for Senheiser
$12.88
18. SENNHEISER Microphone Cable -
19. SENNHEISER EW-122 Professional
$89.59 list($0.00)
20. SENNHEISER E840 Professional Cardioid

1. Sennheiser PXC 250 Noise Cancel Collapsible Headphones (Silver)
list price: $149.99
our price: $129.95
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Asin: B000089GN2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
Sales Rank: 98
Average Customer Review: 4.14 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Portable audio takes on fresh life with quality headphones, and Sennheiser's folding, lightweight, closed-ear PXC 250 is designed to keep outside noises out and headphone sound in--perfect for use in busses and libraries alike.
Increase the peace! The PXC 250 features a noise reduction unit
that cancels out background noise.

When engaged, NoiseGard active noise reduction drops steady-state low-frequency noise (from about 500 Hz and below) by 15 dB--which the human ear perceives as more than halving the noise--thus enhancing the clarity of your music. The noise reduction circuit requires 2 AAA batteries (not included), but the headphones work fine without the circuit engaged.

Sennheiser's fold and flip design lets you turn the ear pieces 90 degrees and fold the headphones closed. Their ported design lets them move more air for greater bass response.

What's in The Box
6-foot Kevlar-reinforced cord, .25-inch stereo adapter, airline adapter, belt pouch. ... Read more

Features

  • Folding, lightweight, closed-ear portable headphones
  • NoiseGard active noise reduction cancels steady-state noise by up to 15 dB
  • Fold-and-flip design lets you turn the ear pieces 90 degrees for flat folding and easy transport
  • Includes .25-inch and 2-pronged airplane adapters
  • Uses 2 AAA batteries (not included), batteries required only for noise reduction

Reviews (44)

5-0 out of 5 stars Expensive but worth it
I had a pair of Panasonic noise cancelling headphones for a while, model RP-HC100; certainly not the cheapest, but at the time they looked like the best noise cancelling set next to Bose. Then the Panasonic headphones had problems with static in one ear, and finally stopped working. It was actually a good thing though, because these Sennheisers absolutely blow those panasonics out of the water. The sound quality is indescribably better; everything sounds good on these headphones. And the noise cancellation circuitry is far better than what was in the panasonics; it seems to block out a wider range of background noise without taking away from the music. And just the headphones without the noise cancelling turned on block out a good deal of noise. They're extremely comfortable with the padded ears and headband, and compact, too. Before, I might have hesitated about spending [the money] on a pair of headphones, but after using these for a few weeks every day on the subway and buses, I have to say I'd definitely pay for them again. One note: the first pair I bought had a similar problem to the panasonics, with a noticable hiss in the left ear with noise reduction on; I simply returned them to J&R for another pair and they've been working great.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good sound, moderately effective, flimsy
I've used the headsets for about 20 flights so far. I chose them in preference to the Bose noise-cancelling headphones because of 1) cost, 2) comfort, and 3) sound quality. They proved to be very convenient (for music listening, as well as noise cancellation). Not nearly as good as suppressing noise as Bose set, but this is mostly due to construction--the Sennheiser are light and fit over the ear; the Bose are heavier and surround the ear. On the other hand, these are more comfortable to wear (less sweating, and can also hear the flight attendant).

The sound quality is very good, and it works even without batteries.

My biggest complaint is the switch broke after 6 months (I have to poke it with a toothpick to operate): it uses a very thin plastic connector. I wish this part, which moves all the time was a bit sturdier.

--inotherworlds.com

4-0 out of 5 stars Overall, very good
I like this unit, it was a real help on a trip with some very inconsiderate people in the vicinity. With noise-cancelling on, it really helped pick out movie dialogue- it completely enhances your enjoyment of films on a plane. It also really improves the sound of music too, although on the flight I was on even the lowest volume setting was way too loud is some cases. This unit could use an on-board volume control to combat this. The cigar shape noise cancelling thing is kind of a pain, particularly when someone wants out in the aisle and you have an extra cord to fiddle with. But it's not that bad.

The unit isn't perfect, and it doesn't seal out all noise by a long shot, but when you turn on the music or movies it goes a long way toward helping you forget that you are surrounded by a hundred strangers. You also aren't battling engine noise to hear dialogue. It makes a big difference and it will be going with me on all future flights. I had no problems with pressure or ill feeling, even after wearing it for 4hrs at a time on an int'l flight.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great noise reduction, but a little tight and awkward to use
I purchased these for use on the subway and bus, and for use while I eat lunch outside in the middle of Washington DC. The noise reduction is wonderful, but it's noise reduction, NOT elimination. It's amazing what happens when you turn these off after using them for a while and realize how much noise pollution you haven't been subjected to. They are mostly comfortable, but just a little tight. The cords are prone to tangle a bit, but if you're mostly sitting still while you're using these, it shouldn't be a problem.

I would recommend these for purchase as long as you're not looking for total silence. These are a great way to reduce your stress from noise pollution, and terrific quality for a very reasonable price.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Good. Better than Sony NC20's, but not perfect.
My Sennheiser's just arrived last night. Sound is very good. Noise canceling is very good (even better than the Sony NC20's I used to have, when plugged into my laptop, I used to get feedback - 60 cycle hum when the laptop was plugged in, not a problem with the Sennheiser's).

I wish the cord was a bit longer. They fold up very compactly (excellent! very nice, good for traveling, comes with soft travel case), feel very nice on my ears & head (very light).

Only issues:

(1) the folding mechanism where the ear piece pivots to fold up makes it a bit tricky to initially position on the ear (this is an "on-the-ear" headphone rater than cover the ear style);

(2) if you're not careful in positioning the cords when putting on the headphones, the cords can transmit noise (once I figured this out, it was not a problem). ... Read more


2. Sennheiser PX 100 Headphones
list price: $49.99
our price: $39.95
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Asin: B000089GN3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
Sales Rank: 87
Average Customer Review: 4.72 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Collapsible open-air headphones
  • Warm natural sound for all types of music
  • High energy driver system for max performance
  • Rugged collapsible headphone with case
  • Super lightweight design

Reviews (39)

5-0 out of 5 stars Early Impressions
I decided to go with Sennheiser after using some work headphones (the $200+ "480p" model). For forty dollars, these are definitely worth it.

I've had the headphones for about a week now. I wanted to go with padded earphones rather than those that "cup" your ears.

Audio quality is excellent. They have ample/impressive bass for such flimsy looking headphones. I tried these with my iPod on the "Rock" EQ setting, listening to every genre: orchestral, electronic, acoustic, etcetera. Every track came through quite nicely. I'm not a hardcore audiophile, but I do like to hear my music clear and (sometimes) quite loud. So far these have delivered.

I mention that these are flimsy, but in a good way. The earphones are loosely attached to the main headband, which is flexible metal. They remind me of comfortable Plantronics headsets I have used in the past, so they don't "clamp" down on your head. They fit nice and snug.

The included case is a nice plus for travel - it took me a few moments to figure it out, but it comes in handy when toting the headphones from place to place.

So far I am very satisfied.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not 40 dollar headphones
The main drawback about buying a product like this on the 'Net is that you really, really, really want to be able to listen to them first. Yeah, these phones have gotten great reviews, but are they really that good? Since I can't let you listen to mine, all I can say is that if I had been able to listen to them first, I would have easily dropped $100 or more on these. I have a pair of Sony "Studio" phones that cost over twice what these do, and the sound horrible. The PX 100's have incredible frequency response, I can hear every note on the standup bass, all the way up to the screechy highs of the piccolo and trumpet. Incredibley light, the carrying case is well designed and the folding mechanism is intutive. My only complaint is the cord length: 1.4 meters, so a little over 4 feet is a bit too short for my tastes. But at about 40 bucks, you absolutely cannot go wrong. A resounding Five Stars!

5-0 out of 5 stars Hardly know you have them on!!
Very nice headset, hardly know they are on and yet the bass is very rich and soothing!! Nice!

5-0 out of 5 stars The BEST iPod headphones available!
I'm really impressed by these phones. The highs, mids and bass are really clear, plus you can crank them and they won't distort. My iPod drives them very well.

I listen to a wide variety of music, from downtempo and psy-trance to 50's jazz and Baroque. Everything sounds good with these, but I might be inclined to back off the bass slightly when I'm listening to Handel.

They beat the pants off my Sony behind-the-neck headphones and my $80 Sony "bio-cellulose" earbud phones AND the iPod earbuds. Don't expect them to isolate you from outside sound, however. And in quiet surroundings people sitting near you will probably hear them too. But who cares?! Highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome
I read the reviews of these headphones and decided to go with them because my other headphones sucked. I was totally blown away with their sound, especially considering I spent $40 on them. The bass is just SO good. And they get really loud, at least with my iPod. The case they fold up into is very nice, it makes them very difficult to break. I would definitely go with these just for like listening to music around the place. They project a lot of the music into the atmosphere around you, so people nearby can hear the music, and that created issues when I tried to record with them, but they're not closed, so that was just a stupid idea anyway. ... Read more


3. Sennheiser PX 200 Traditional Closed Collapsible Headphones (Silver)
list price: $59.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B000089GN4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
Sales Rank: 496
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Collapsible closed-ear headphone
  • Warm natural sound for all types of music
  • High energy driver system for max performance
  • Rugged collapsible headphone with case
  • Super lightweight design

Reviews (30)

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect headphones
I ordered these headphones after weeks of research. Their primary use is in a dorm room, listening to mp3s while doing homework so as not to disturb the roommate.

I was a little worried that the small cups would limit sounds or not provide a closed headphone environment, but the PX200s didn't let me down. You do have to remember to wear them low on the ears. Very comfortable--a slight pinch on my big head after a while, but not bad at all. They block enough of the little distracting sounds, and I can turn my music up to levels that would destroy my hearing and my roommate still can't hear a thing.

I am listening through them while I type this. I am not sure if "breaking in" headphones is myth or not; however, the bass seems to sound even better than last week. Before the Sennheisers, I was using $40 sony headphones purchased from a local retailer, and I will never go back, nor let anyone I know get anything but Sennheisers. Try them and you'll be hooked.

4-0 out of 5 stars Sennheiser Px 200
I truly wanted some pretty decent portable headphones for my MP3 player. Most headphones that come with music players are a joke, so it was back into the piggy bank again to find something worthy to listen to my collection. Before buying the Px 200's, I was using a pair of Koss KSC-55 behind the ear headphones. Lots of bass, pretty reasonable for the price, but they developed a small crackle with lower quality music, so going to a forum ... gave me some insight into what the veterans of music recommend for portable headphones.

To be honest, my first impressions were of disappointment after receiving them. No bass, kind of tinny and only a small amount better at driving my mp3 player than the Koss headphones. I don't know how much scientific truth comes with breaking in a pair of headphones, but letting these run for a few hours has already loosened them up to the point that my initial 'I'm going to send these things back' has changed to 'wow, let me give this break in thing a chance'. The Sennheisers are better balanced at sound than the Koss 55's. The Koss's are bass heavy, but lack midrange but are still commendable for the price. The sennheisers are very stylish and very comfortable to wear. They require good positioning to get the correct bass and sound out of them, but to me it's not difficult to do and once they are on, they stay on. Price through [Amazon.com] ... is reasonable considering they aren't easy to get in retail stores and seem to be backordered online. I'm not super experienced with headphones and with so many options out there I came to the conclusion I wanted to keep the price [down] didn't want in the ear headphones, didn't want phones that made me look like I was a DJ in the making, so narrowing that down, the Sennheiser Px200's are off to a good start. I'm hoping for even more sound off them when they are truly broken in ( that is if there is such a thing, or it could be just a tiny bit psychological ). I've only used them for a couple of hours, so it's time to shut down the computer and get back to the music. Thanks for listening...

5-0 out of 5 stars a competent pair of phones
These are really pretty nice, they fold up small, they come with a case and they're pretty comfortable. On top of that they don't sound all that bad. In an absolute scale I wouldn't give them more than a 4, but given that I bought them for portability and to use on my iRiver iHP-120, they're great. They're certainly more dynamic than the earbuds that come with any of the mp3 players on the market and produce bass fairly well, but they do take time to break in before the bass smooths out and fills out some.

For closed headphones they're pretty good, and I like closed headphones when I'm on the go because others wont bother me and I won't bother them. Otherwise open headphones (like the PX100 for example being a similar model) will generally sound better. Don't expect these to match fancier headphones like the HD580 or better from Sennheiser (or my Grado SR325s) but they are fairly good and if you expect no more than a nice pair of portable headphones with decent sound, they aren't likely to disappoint you.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Small Headphones
The Sennheiser PX-200 Headphones are wonderful sounding, compact, comfortable headphones, and have found them excellent for all music I listen to. Since I listen to everything from Classical, Jazz, Classic Punk, Grunge, Heavy Metal, Rock, Heavy Techno, and World Music, this is saying something.

On the plus side: Excellent range and dynamics, fast, accurate highs, and deep bass. In passages where the bass is very low, I can really feel the bass in the temples, which is surprising given the smallness of these phones. They fold down very small, and come with a nice hard plastic case, which protects them as I carry them to and from work in my soft briefcase. The case is a little smaller than a paperback book. These phones have also allowed me to hear parts of music that I have only been able to hear using my Sennheiser HD-500A (Circumaural, Open back, with a dynamic range of 50-32Khz) headphones.

On the minus side: The cord is relatively short, and several times I have accidentally turned my chair and unplugged the cord from my CD player while working at my desk. The headphones DO need a break-in period, and the bass will become deeper after some hours of playing.

One other important note: although these are not noise cancellation headphones, they do block out a lot of the exterior sound. They block more sound than any other other compact headphones I have listened to, and are closer to a closed back headphone in sound blockage than an open back headphone. They block more outside sound than my Sennheiser HD-500A full size open back phones.

Summation: For $50, you are probably not going to find a better sounding pair of compact headphones. If the cord were longer, I would rate these 5 out of 5.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fits perfectly!!!
I wanted a pair of headphones for my new mini ipod. I already have the inear fontopia sony earphones whichever probably best in its category.
I had panasonic headphones but there where the normal (bigger) sized and therefore in summer there are not comfortable. One can only were the big headphones for so long.
I was amazed to find how well PX 200 fits. It has amazing frequency response and bass. Case is very well designed. I am highly satisfied with them and would recommed to anyone who is looking for good quality easy to carry headphones. I prefer listening to this ones even over my sony fontopia earphones. It has quality sound. ... Read more


4. Sennheiser HD 590 Prestige High-Definition Headphones + Bonus

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Asin: B00008ACU1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
Sales Rank: 6036
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Over-ear stereo headphones with comfortable ear cups for extended listening
  • Extended frequency response: 12 to 38,000 Hz
  • Open-ear design reduces resonances that would otherwise color the sound
  • 10-foot, single-sided OFC (oxygen-free copper) cable reduces tangles, maximizes transmission accuracy
  • Duofol membranes reduce partial harmonics

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars worthless
garbage, i bought one and the wire fell out, then the left cup fell out, then it rusted, then i returned it and bought a beretta, these suck

5-0 out of 5 stars Quite good for the price
These are great, great headphones, at bargain price. I've used them mostly with a NAD C340 amplifier but also did some listening with cheap portable players. They are extremely comfortable, which is always a plus if you plan to listen for a long time. The structure looks good, very lightweight, but I still think some of the plastics used look too cheap, I guess build quality in general looks cheap, the glue under the Sennheiser rubber strip on the top, etc. Maybe Sennheiser decided to focus the cost on the transducers, because they sound a lot better than they look.

Even so, not all that fragile, design is very effective, the headband is large and adjustable, the soft cloth pads are very pleasant. Overall, these headphones are EXTREMELY comfortable, probably the most comfortable headphones I have ever tried. The longevity of the HD590 is assured since all vital components can be replaced when damaged. The OFC cable has the usual detachable mini-jack (one wire only, attaches to left transducer) always useful if you keep tripping on the cable or need an extension. The velour pads are also easy to remove (which is good since they seem to pick up dust like a vacuum cleaner). Also, keep in mind that they are very permeable to ambient noise because of the open design. If you plan to use them in noisy environments, that might be a problem.

When it comes to sound, some people think the treble is inexplicably sharp and intrusive, probably making these more adequate for jazz and classical. They are indeed very bright, but I don't find them fatiguing or excessively harsh. True, these excel in detail with classical and all acoustic, but also sound pretty decent with completely different sounds from Rage Against the Machine to Bauhaus. Very high resolution, with natural bass, not too punchy, but enough to please most listeners.

Yes it is true, the Sennheiser HD 600 are also amazing headphones, a lot darker than these, but still great. There is a catch however, at 300 ohms the 600 need lots of juice, definitely not easy to drive with maximum quality unless you have a dedicated headphone amp or a very good integrated amp. The 590 don't need a dedicated amp, at only 120 ohms nominal impedance, they are easy to drive, even from laptops, portables and other low output sources. When it comes to sound quality, there's really nothing like picking a few models and listening before choosing (to the right CDs). Your opinion might be completely different. To me, while not perfect, these are definitely in my list of favourite non-electrostatic headphones. I also own the pricier Sony MDR-CD3000 (a fairly high-end model often considered superior to such beasts as the Grado RS-1, the HD 600/650 and the AKG K1000) and comparing the two I can say that at about 33% of the 3000's price, the 590 sound very, very good. Ok, so not as good as the 3K, but still great value for money in the market of circum-aural open headphones.

5-0 out of 5 stars WOW!!! BEST PURCHASE I HAVE EVER MADE!!!!
I just bought this thing from Amazon and all I can say

is WOW!!!!

This is probably the best purchase I have ever made.

This thing is everything I ever expected and more!! It's

very easy to use as well!

I have bought other brands before, and this one just

blows everything else out of the water! I have to say,

everyone out there who is thinking of buying this, stop

thinking. I bought it and I am extremely happy with it

the moment I powered this thing on. YOU ABSOLUTELY

POSITIVELY CANNOT GO WRONG WITH THIS PURCHASE! I

GUARANTEE IT!!! ... Read more


5. SENNHEISER CC540 Lightweight Headset with Noise Canceling Boom Microphone and Extra Large Earpads

our price: $109.99
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Asin: B00022OBT2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
Sales Rank: 12506
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Features

  • Lightweight, double-sided headset
  • Ultra noise canceling microphone
  • Adjustable and pivotable microphone boom
  • Single-sided cable and adjustable headband
  • Easy disconnect

6. SENNHEISER THREEPACK-815S Professional Vocal Microphone Pack

our price: $96.99
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Asin: B00009W3YF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
Sales Rank: 10372
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7. SENNHEISER HD600 Open-back Headphones.
list price: $449.95
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Asin: B0002MJCQO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SENNHEISER
Sales Rank: 18182
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Product Description

The ultimate test for audiophile headphones is natural sound reproduction. The dynamic HD600s have been designed with this in mind, resulting in truly outstanding acoustic properties. They feature full, natural bass response, neutral and unbiased mid-range and fine reproduction of detail. Selected transducer systems produce a full-bodied, balanced sound, giving you the very best possible sound reproduction from a pair of dynamic headphones. Shipping weight: 3.05 lbs. ... Read more

Features

  • Nominal Impedance: 300 ohms
  • Frequency Response: 12-39,000 Hz
  • Transducer Principle: Dynamic, Open
  • Cable: 3 m, detachable dual-sided OFC copper cable
  • Connector: 1/8" (3.5 mm) stereo mini jack plug with adapter to 1/4" (6.3 mm) stereo jack plug

8. SENNHEISER Headphones
list price: $24.95
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Asin: B0007XJSQC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
Sales Rank: 3482
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Product Description

The ideal entry into the world of powerful stereo sound:The HD 201 has good attenuation of ambient noise with outstanding wearing comfort at an affordable price. 1/4" ((6.3 mm) jack adaptor, gold-plated ... ... Read more

Features

  • Connector -3.5mm with Adapter to 1/4 inch
  • Frequency Response -18-22,000 Hz
  • THD< 0.2 %
  • Input Impedance -24 Ohms
  • Sensitivity SPL -108dB at 1KHz, 1Vrms

9. Sennheiser RS-45 Traditional Closed Hi-Fi Stereo Wireless Headphones (Black)
list price: $139.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B00005R8PV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
Sales Rank: 1786
Average Customer Review: 2.88 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Sennheiser's RS 45 wireless headphones are designed to bring you the most flexible and high-quality listening device for today's sophisticated home entertainment systems. The RS 45 headphones can plug into any 0.125-inch or 0.25-inch jack for use with nearly any stereo headphone plug. Using 900 MHz frequencies for extended range and clearer reception, the RS 45 headphones provide excellent sound quality and an extended frequency response.

Volume and channel controls can be individually set on the headphones for better sound, and Center-Lock auto tuning automatically adjusts to the transmitter with a touch of a button, and can be reset with a second touch.

Roam up to 300 feet from the transmitter and still hear your music, through walls, ceilings, even outdoors. Soft cloth-covered earpads and headband cushion keeps your head comfortable even during long listening sessions. For multiple listeners, simply add a second set of headphones and both can listen in on a single transmitter.

These headphones can run up to four hours before needing to be recharged. When the power runs out, simply drop them into the cradle recharger. This can be done up to 500 times without any "memory" effect to degrade your runtime.

For an incredibly versatile wireless solution for private listening to your favorite music, Sennheiser's RS 45 wireless headphones provide all the power you need. ... Read more

Features

  • Wireless hi-fi stereo headphones deliver superb audio quality
  • Automatic tuning for better reception
  • Volume and transmission channel can be set individually
  • Expand with an additional set of headphones for multiperson use
  • Soft, cloth-covered earpads and headband for comfortable extended use

Reviews (16)

4-0 out of 5 stars Mixed feelings - Don't buy it in Greece
I was given this headset as a gift and I was really excited. I connected it to my computer immediately, and used it to listen to MP3s while doing other stuff around the house or even washing the car outside (I am only on the 1st floor however). I also used it for listening to TV and watching DVDs without disturbing the rest of the family.

The sound quality was great when the headphone had an unobstracted (direct) line of sight with the transmitter, but I got some static while moving around behind walls etc. Overall, I am very satisfied with both the quality of the sound and the reception distance.

On the other hand, I am not particularly satisfied with the overall manufacturing quality, namely the plastics used and the feel on my ears. I prefer the leather-like headphones because they are easier to clean after use. Wearing the headphones was also a bit ackward at first, as they pressed a little too hard against my head (got used to it in the process however).

One word of caution however. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT IN GREECE. It broke down and then hell broke loose. There is no Sennheiser in this country and the service center of the seller (Nakas) is located hours away from me. Since I am in the capital rather than a rural area, I dread to think what would have happened to a guy from a small town in a similar case. Also, Avitech (another service center I was referred to), received my money beforehand only to inform me the device can't be fixed. I had to through it away and go for a Sony instead.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good design, decent sound quality, static, no isolation
I bought these to be able to watch tv while my girlfriend is studying by my side. Connection is easy as 1-2-3. Immediately picked up the sound channel and produced nice sound. If you are into serious sound, then you should forget about wireless in the first place. You can wander around between the rooms and still have the reception. The thing i didn't like was this "900 MHz" technology. Just like in cordless phones there is interference and occasional noise. Funny thing - regular TV broadcast gave less noise then watching "Run Lola Run" on DVD. Go figure...
Yes, one more thing: sitting next to me on the couch my girlfriend said that she could hear sound coming pretty clear out of external earphone covers and kept asking me to turn it down. Even she was surprised when she found out that the volume level was pretty low. I'm thinking of returning them.

Good design, decent sound quality, static and no sound shield.

5-0 out of 5 stars Reliable Wireless
I have used amazon reviews to determine what type of headphones to buy for the price range I wanted - I considered the mixed reviews and gave Senn RS-45 a chance. I am happy to report I am 100% happy with the quality of the sound, the range, and the ease of set up (even my iPOD works with it!)

3-0 out of 5 stars Wireless can't be perfect
I bought this product to be able to watch tv without disturbing my wife who doesn't like background noise when she's reading. For that purpose the Sennheiser RS-45 is great. I can sit wherever and move freely without being constrained by a cord.

But don't expect too much. If you move around, there will be few disturbances in reception, just as there would be if you are moving around with a portable radio. Next room the reception is not too great, so you can forget about going to the basement with the headphones if the transmitter is somewhere else.

In short: if you're looking for perfect sound quality, get regular headphones with a cord. If it's more important for you that you can move around a bit, the Sennheiser RS-45 is a good option.

3-0 out of 5 stars Bad instructions
The instructions show to plug it into the headphone outlet.When I did that, the reception was terrible. Then I tried the audio line-out and it was 100% improved.The manual does not mention that. When you don't have a line-out they are junk. And the headphone is as warm as an earmuff to wear here in Hawaii. I will look for a better model. ... Read more


10. Sennheiser E845 Pro Performance Vocal Mic
list price: $229.00
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Asin: B0002H0RCM
Catlog: Musical Instruments
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
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Product Description

The e 845 is a high-performance super-cardioid lead vocal microphone with an extended high-frequency response, specially designed for stage use. Sound inlet basket: refined steel. ... Read more

Features

  • Frequency Response 40
  • 16000 Hz
  • Sensitivity in free field, no load (1kHz) 1,8 mV/Pa

11. Sennheiser E-825S Professional General Purpose Microphone

our price: $54.99
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Asin: B00009W3Y7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
Sales Rank: 34885
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12. Sennheiser EPack-835 Professional Stage Vocal Microphone Pack

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Asin: B00009W3YI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
Sales Rank: 10628
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13. Active Universal Interface for Sennheiser Headsets

our price: $106.99
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Asin: B000165F4O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
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14. SENNHEISER MX-300 Ultra-Lightweight Earbuds (MX300)

Asin: B00009W3VH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
Sales Rank: 44004
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars Good quality sound with poor durability
This unit has great sound for buck but I find the overall quality to be a bit flimsy. The earbud covers (foamy things) comes off way too easily and are a major drag. Mine broke after just a little over than 90 days. Bass is good, and soundroom is decent - but no way these will stack up with a pair of decent closed over the head phones. I find that during exercise that a headband i required, but that is as much a question of how you position your player. Recommended for sound and good if your commuting - if you need these for any kind of exercise - Stay away. Also you may go through 3 of these in a year. they are not very durable

5-0 out of 5 stars Sennheiser MX300 earbuds
These are great -- even a non-audiophile like me can tell these are much better than the earbuds that usually come packaged with CD and MP3 players. They produce a rich, clear sound, and you don't have to jack up the volume to hear your music well. The MX300s are a cheap upgrade that will really improve your portable music experience. On mine, one of the little foam earbud covers comes loose every so often, but Radio Shack carries replacement covers. ... Read more


15. SENNHEISER UI730 Passive Universal Interface for Telephone and Pc
list price: $49.95
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Asin: B00022OBTW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
Sales Rank: 69276
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Product Description

Compatible with most any phoneSimultaneously connects between headset and telephone handsetFeatures microphone mute and incoming volume controlRequires CSTDO1 adapter cable for useIncludes headset standShipping package dimensions: 9.25x5.25x2.5 (len x wid x dep) ... Read more

Features

  • Includes headset stand
  • Compatible with most any phone
  • Simultaneously connects between headset and telephone handset
  • Features microphone mute and incoming volume control
  • Requires CSTDO1 adapter cable for use

16. Sennheisr E-835S Professional Stage Vocal Microphone 3 Pack

our price: $174.99
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Asin: B00009W3YJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
Sales Rank: 4758
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17. SENNHEISER Spare Battery for Senheiser Headphones

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Asin: B00015H0WU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
Sales Rank: 19422
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18. SENNHEISER Microphone Cable - (21 Feet)

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Asin: B00007E89C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
Sales Rank: 20998
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19. SENNHEISER EW-122 Professional Wireless Clip-On Microphone System with Rack-Mount Receiver (SENNHEISER EW122)

Asin: B00009W3Y8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
Sales Rank: 52782
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20. SENNHEISER E840 Professional Cardioid Vocal Microphone
list price: $0.00
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Asin: B0007PCG6O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
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Product Description

Cuts through with high onstage levelsRugged durable designHum compensating coilShock-mount capsule10 year warranty on parts and laborIncludes pouch and mic clipShipping package dimensions: 10x5x3 (len x wid x dep) ... Read more

Features

  • 10 year warranty on parts and labor
  • Cuts through with high onstage levels
  • Rugged, durable design
  • Hum compensating coil
  • Shock-mount capsule

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