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DesignTechnica reviews Sennheiser's RS130 wireless headphones, to positive result. With a price point of just about $150, the RF-based headphones balance price with quality reasonably well. Also available in a close-aired version (which eliminate background noise), the open-aired RS130s feature volume controls and a frequency jump button on the earpiece, allowing you to switch frequencies if interference becomes too much of an issue. The base station also acts as a convenient charger, with Sennheiser claiming up to 20 hours of use between charges. Aside from some minor crackling when moving around obstacles and some basic sound quality inconsistencies, the overall impression was that the RS130s provide a good solution for the casual user looking for an affordable wireless headphone solution.

We've had nothing but good luck with Senns around here, so this comes as no huge surprise.


Sennheiser RS130 [DesignTechnica]