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Good product with some reservations
Very good product with regard to sound quality. Tuning the headphones to the base station can be a bit 'fiddly'. Note that if your TV has only an optical connection you will need to buy an adapter.
Purchased in May 2020 at eBay for $120.00.
Good quality build
Good set of headphones which are built well with quality materials but their service could use some improving. I bought my pair online and it took close to 2 weeks to be shipped
Clear sound and they look great too. Work well with my iPhone and iPad. I’ve used for my son whilst he was meditating and found them comfortable for himself as well
Purchased in October 2018 at Officeworks.
A great headphones
I like that the charger is integrated directly into the base and that the simple act of hanging the headphones back on the cradle pretty much guarantees a charge, since it's pretty hard to miss getting the charging plates to connect. I've also found that these are comfortable, even for wearing long-term, because they don't seem to so tight on the head as some others, which is especially nice since I wear glasses and some large headphones can be uncomfortable with those.
Setup was a breeze and I've never had any issues with them not working cle...
Sennheiser RS 120 II
Almost every week I will use it, this is a magical product, I like it, I think music can let me find the real me, I love music, but also worth saying is its excellent sound quality, no noise, so I can relax and enjoy this music, I like this magical product
Although I’m a fan of sennheisar head phones, I was disappointed to find this particular product not working at all after a month. At first it worked well, and the sound quality was great. It didn’t take long though to find it completely mute and consequently useless. Not sure if it was a one off, or if there was a faulty design in the batch but was dissatisfied with the end result.
Going wireless is so liberating!
These wireless headphones will allow you to connect with your devices and listen to your music clearly even when you go downstairs to the kitchen in your double-brick home. They are fairly well designed to fit comfortably with an adjustable headband, although the foam padding for the ears are pretty ordinary.
Great for removing the family from hearing problems
I'm partially deaf and six years ago my daughter and husband got these as a Christmas present for me.
Four years ago I had my hearing tested and found it was really bad, of course I knew it had deteriorated but didn't realise how much. I purchased two identical hearing aids for the price of several new suites. Now this raised yet another hearing problem, I can hear very well the TV when alone, but before I could just about manage if people entered the room and started talking quietly, providing that they were further away from the TV. However,...
A Gift for life time ! Literally!!
Guys I bought RS120 over three years. Absolutely the best sound, easy tuning, most reliable. Very well ergonomically designed headset and base set, so easy to charge. Me and kids have been using this headset for use up to 15 hours a day and its really as good as new. I have no desire to upgrade as the one I have is going strong ! The distance we have tried is 40 m as that is optimum area we have to test equipment and three brick walls in between. So really good hifi product.
Bought these Sennheiser, at JBHi Fi for $189.00 to REPLACE some Digitor infra red that died, I had them for 15 years and THEY were great AND comfortable, wanted these to watch TV while in bed so I would not disturb others. They are uncomfortable and so bulky and the controls are in a bad place for when you have your head on a pillow and are very heavy awkward and uncomfortable.
Poor Switch and Volume Control Let it Down
After 2 years of infrequent use the volume control is scratchy and has to be fiddled with to get both ears to work. The on/off switch is similarly dodgy and needs to be in just the right position to get it to stay on,
Sound quality is quite good to my somewhat damaged mechanics ears that have poor hearing in the upper reaches. While listening to movies speech was clear and bass was good enough while not being fabulous.
Cant really comment on high frequency response. Range is good. I can hear them anywhere in the house and well out in to the y...
Very clear sound and easy to use...
Bought these from Amazon US (refurbished) via SafeShopper (as the Amazon reseller wouldn't ship internationally). Cost me US$50/pair plus about $50 shipping (power plug adapters were a $1/each on eBay).
They've worked flawlessly with the exception that Plex on my Mac mini seems to output low sound levels which requires cranking the volume on the headphones (which means a low level hiss is introduced). This isn't really the fault of the headphones though and in all other Applications they generate very crystal clear sound (comparable to FM St...ereo in the car with good reception). I also found the bass levels to be quite acceptable...source dependent. It also came with an RCA to mini/large headphone port adapter which means you can plug these into virtually anything! affordable, reliable, clear sound, excellent audio plugs, cradle charging occasional interference
Bought it for $135 about 2-3 weeks back. I have only charged it twice since new and have been using it just about every night.
I did all my research before buying Sennheiser RS 120 and all I could find were only positive reviews.
German product, great built quality, great RF range, long battery life (22hrs as per the product specification, stylish looking docking station and headset. Highly recommended for music and movies.
Bit chunky design but guess thats due to fact it's wireless. The headset tends to slide off my head when I kneel over slightly. Very ordinary bass level. Not recommended for gaming usage.
Questions & Answers
is there anyway to adjust the bass on my headphones.
when watching the big bash(cricket) the bass from the background music
makes it impossible to listen through left headphone
I have a new Samsung Smart TV with 4 HDMI ports and 2 USB ports. I have a Sennheiser 120 wireless headphone with RCA inputs. How do I get them to work together?
I've found that some new Samsung Tvs are not being supplied the traditional 3.5mm analogue headphone audio outputs. Rather, they have have been substituting them with digital optical audio outputs. Does your new Samsung TV have an optical audio output? If yes then you will need to purchase an adapter. See adapter needed and setup instructions that I have posted in this Samsung user forum post. https://us.community.samsung.com/t5/forums/v3_1/forumtopicpage/board-id/tv/page/3/thread-id/23338
The problem is now that I can have TV speaker sound or headphone sound. I can not have both sounds. So either we watch TV with subtitles because my wife has the hearing problem and I keep the speaker sound turned down to normal or my wife uses the headphones and I read the subtitles. Not a good situation . is there a way that I can have both?
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|Connections||3.5mm Jack, 6.5mm Jack and Bluetooth|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 year(s)|
|Colour / Finish||Silver|
- GTIN14: 00015104099225
- GTIN12: 615104099227
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