Cut the wire on a helmet salon is obvious! Whether with a stereo or a television or a home theater setup, listening will be most often at some distance from the source, preferably in the couch. Better, wireless gives ideas like listening in the house if it is technically possible, see the terrace or garden. It’s a bit the concept of reverse convergence music.
Rather than multiplying the venues, only use the headphones more simply. But when it comes to wireless, the ayatollahs of the Hi-Fi brocardent even just the idea. It must be said that past patterns do not necessarily give their wrongs. Even those radio frequency most often forced to find channels. And so did the most advanced automatically, there was still interference by time and especially a decline in quality. In addition, wireless headsets in them were not even at the high end wired.
Sennheiser changes the game with the RS180
The world leader in headphone decided to tackle the problem without compromise and has designed a range wireless RS180 which is the flagship. Already, it looks great, both in the headset itself that its docking station and above all they are both.
There will be no reason to hide the thing, however. Logically, the transmitter which acts as charger plugs into the electrical current supplied by a power source and the 3.5 mm jack with a cable long enough also provided. 6.35 mm adapter is obviously delivered.
The headset can be recharged simply by placing it on the station and it is not difficult to position. After a full charge takes about 15 hours, the battery life is about twenty hours in actual use which is more than enough. Simply rest the helmet regularly on its support when not used. It is also possible to connect up to three additional headphones at the same station.