Saturday, December 4, 2010

Sennheiser RS 170 Kleer-based wireless headphones: "Great sound quality and range and super easy to use!"

Great review on Amazon of the Sennheiser RS 170 Kleer-based wireless headphones from December 4, 2010. And, the author purchased the RS 170 because of Kleer wireless audio technology. Nice, very nice. You see, these headphones, along with the Sennheiser RS 180 and Sennheiser RS 160 and the Sennheiser MX W1 true wireless earbuds do not use Bluetooth. Bluetooth is fine for talking on the phone, not for listening to music or watching television as it compresses audio. And that's not what the musician or movie director intended. Kleer wireless audio delivers uncompressed, lossless, CD-quality, digital stereo audio. You hear what you're suppose to hear, with no hisses or other white noise. You hear what the artist, what the director, what the movie composer wanted you to hear. Couple it with Sennheiser audio technology, it's a win/win. Here's the review:

"I spent a considerable amount of time before deciding on the Sennheiser RS 170 Digital Wireless Headphone. In the end I chose it because of the KLEER Technology and the fact that it had a charging base station (missing in the RS-160) and was not as expensive as the RS-180. The sound quality is great. No disturbance at all. The range is great too. I can listen to the radio or listen to music while moving around our house (2 levels) without any disruption or disturbance. I would highly recommend this product. "

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