Sennheiser Wireless RF (with Charging Cradle) review: Sennheiser Wireless RF (with Charging Cradle)

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CNET Editors' Rating

3.5 stars Very good
  • Overall: 7.0
  • Design: 8.0
  • Features: 8.0
  • Performance: 7.0

Average User Rating

1.5 stars 2 user reviews
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The Good Wireless headphones; lightweight and extremely comfy; excellent sound quality; transmitter base doubles as a battery charger; built-in volume control.

The Bad Noise and hiss sometimes intrude on the sound; volume and tuning controls are too close together.

The Bottom Line Sennheiser's affordable, comfortable wireless headphones sound almost as good as corded 'phones.

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Sennheiser RS120

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Sennheiser's latest RF wireless-headphone set is that rare midrange model that outperforms its pricier sibling. The RS120s ($110, with a two-year warranty) look hip and offer home-theater and music performance that's considerably better than that of Sennheiser's more expensive RS65s . Were it not for the occasional interference, we'd think we were listening to corded headphones.

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Quick Specifications See All

  • Release date Oct. 1, 2004
  • Sound Output Mode stereo
  • Weight 8.1 oz
  • Type headphones
  • Headphones Form Factor ear-cup
About The Author

Ex-movie theater projectionist Steve Guttenberg has also worked as a high-end audio salesman, and as a record producer. Steve currently reviews audio products for CNET and works as a freelance writer for Home Theater, Inner Fidelity, Tone Audio, and Stereophile.