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    Wireless Headphones

    Looking at getting a set of high quality headphones, and was wondering what peoples views on wireless headphones were. I would be using them mostly for listening to music and films/tv. I heard lots of bad things about the quality of the first versions of wireless headphones that were released, but from reading reviews of the Sennheiser RS 180 wireless headphones online the reports are pretty good.

    Would I be better off getting a wired set, or are the wireless headphones just as good quality these days? Also, are there any better alternatives to the Sennheiser RS 180?
    I don't mean to sound cold, or cruel, or vicious, but I am so that's the way it comes out.

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    Re: Wireless Headphones

    I've got a pair of wireless Sennheiser's for watching the TV in the bedroom. They're a cheaper model but I'm very pleased with them. I can wander all round the house and the signal is still good.

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    Re: Wireless Headphones

    Sennheiser recently released a new range of wireless noise-cancelling headphones - I was thinking of replacing my aging PXC450s with them until I read some largely negative reviews.

    If you can put up with the wire - and it's honestly not as much of an inconvenience as you might initially think - the PXC450s are great, and are highly recommended by nearly everyone.

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    Re: Wireless Headphones

    i have some rs130's and they are epically good.
    use them 6 hours a day 6 days a week, and still going strong.
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