Overview: The Sony MDR-RF995RK Wireless Stereo Headphone
System lets you enjoy your music, TV shows, games, or movies in private. The
headphones operate on radio frequencies (RF), giving you a range of up to 150
feet. The system includes the over-ear headphones, RF transmitter/headphone
charging stand, rechargeable battery, and necessary cables.
Drivers/Closed Back Design: The MDR-RF995RK headphones
feature large 40mm drivers (1.57"), giving you clear, accurate sound quality
over a wide frequency range. The drivers are housed in closed-back ear cups to
reduce ambient noise and to keep the audio from leaking out. The ear cups
feature soft ear pads for added comfort during long listening sessions. The ear
cups swivel and tilt on the head band to provide the best fit.
Voice Mode / Volume Control: If you use the wireless
headphones to watch TV or movies, you can enjoy clearer dialog by engaging the
Voice Mode. You can easily switch between Voice Mode and Normal playback mode
with the slide switch on the right ear cup. The headphones rotary volume control
is also located on the right ear cup.
Rechargeable Battery: The MDR-RF995RK is powered by the
BP-HP800-11, a 2.4-volt
800mAh Nickel-Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) rechargeable battery. The battery is stored
inside the left ear cup, and provides up to 20 hours of playback time. If you
place the headphones on the transmitter/charging stand after each use, you can
keep the battery "topped off," as it will recharge automatically. A
fully-exhausted battery charges in approximately 7 hours. The charger
automatically turns off when charging is complete, so there's no need to remove
the headphones from the charging stand.
Optional Alkaline Batteries: When the rechargeable battery
is exhausted, you can insert two "AAA" alkaline batteries and continue
listening. Fresh alkaline batteries provide approximately 24 hours of playback
Transmitter / Charging Stand: The TMR-RF995R RF
transmitter/charging stand connects to your audio source via a 3.5mm stereo mini
cable (supplied). The transmitter operates at 915.5 MHz (channel 1), 916.0 MHz
(channel 2), and 916.5 MHz (channel 3). If the headphones are not able to
receive a clear audio signal, you can switch between channels on the transmitter
base. The headphones will locate the new frequency when the Auto Tuning button
(on the right ear cup) is pressed. The transmitter has a range of up to 150
Noise Reduction: The transmitter takes the audio input
signal, compresses it, and converts it to an RF signal. When picked up by the
headphones, the signal is decompressed, which reduces the noise level, and
improves the signal-to-noise ratio.
- Frequency Response: 10 Hz - 22 kHz
- Headphones: Ear Cup Width 3-1/8", Height 4",
Depth 1-13/16", Headband Width 1-3/8"
- Transmitter/Charging Base: Width 5-1/8" Height
10-11/16" Depth 6-5/16"
- Headphones: 10 ounces
- Transmitter/Charging Base: 10 ounces
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