Video: Sennheiser RS 170 wireless headphones
Ken Nail has written about car audio for Crutchfield since 2003, after four years as Crutchfield Sales Advisor, and 10 years as a music teacher. He's an avid music listener, whose favorites are classical and film music. When not chained to a desk, Ken spends most of his time training for triathlons and marathons, and likes getting outside for backpacking, downhill skiing, and bicycle touring. He attended West Virginia University, where he received a Master's Degree in Music Performance and a Bachelor's Degree in History.
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The Sennheiser RS 170 wireless headphones deliver lossless CD-quality sound, and give you the freedom to move around while you're listening.
I had the opportunity recently to use the Sennheiser RS 170 wireless headphones. I like these headphones a lot, first because they were wireless. Gave me the freedom to get away from the stereo, go work in the kitchen, sit on the back deck, listen to a football game. I could ride my bike downstairs and even get up and go get a drink of water, all without having to worry about having a cord.
I really like the over the ear design of these headphones. It blocks out a lot of noise and they're also very comfortable because of that.
The sound quality is really quite good. And it's a CD quality stereo sound with very little of the hiss you sometimes get with wireless headphones. I heard all the details I'm used to listening to on all my classical records.
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