The sound quality of these headphones is comparable with Sennheiser's wired audiophile headphone offerings. However, you get to enjoy the audio without the wires. The receiver has digital and analog connections, so the RS195 will work with a wide range of old as well as modern audio sources.
The base station of these headphones features three input connections: optical, 3.5mm and RCA. The base station can transmit sound from a wide range of sources including TVs, computers, home theater receivers/players and old devices which do not have native wireless connectivity.
On its normal setting, the sound signature is fairly balanced with good sound clarity. Highs are airy, mids sound natural and are easily heard. Bass does not have lot of power, but still has good punch to add body to the sound.
There are a number of users who experience the sound cutting off around every 15 minutes or so, as if the signal has dropped. While this only happens for a split second, this can still get annoying for some.
The stand features RCA as well as 3.5mm inputs at the back. This input selection allows the headphones to work with a number of sound sources including TVs, media players, smartphones and the like, even if the source does not have native wireless connectivity.
The recessed mids of these headphones can make the sound quite a bit tinny and lacking in body. If you really want to have full and forward mids for your music then these may not be the best headphones for you.
These headphones have a pleasant sound signature. The highs are clear and have good detail, without becoming harsh. Mids are forward and natural sounding. The bass is powerful. However, it can also come off as bloated. The good thing is that the bass quantity does not muddy up the whole sound signa...
Some users report that a fair amount of hiss can be heard from these headphones, which can be quite distracting/annoying. A possible fix would be to make sure that the source audio is at full, and that you will only control the volume from the headphones' volume control knob on one of the ear c...