For me, wireless TV headphones are a must-have.
I mean, don’t you hate it when you have just settled down to watch your favorite TV program, when your wife tells you to turn the volume down.
Or the next-door neighbour decides to mow his lawn in the middle of Super Bowl.
And if you’re a shift-worker, sometimes you feel bad watching TV when everyone else in the house is asleep, and you don’t want the volume of the TV to disturb them.
Thankfully, wireless audio technology has come a long way in a reasonably short time. And for a relatively small investment, you can enjoy a crystal-clear, digital quality sound experience without interruption (or interrupting others).
Shapes & Size
Wireless TV headphones come in a variety of shapes and sizes, which can make choosing the set that is right for you a daunting process. Ultimately, the set of headphones you choose will invariably come down to your personal preferences and budget.
So it with this in mind, I have started this blog to bring together the latest information on wireless TV headphones, to assist you in making an informed decision that will hopefully lead to an enjoyable experience.
In my research to date, there is one set of wireless TV headphones that stand apart from the rest – the Sennheiser RS120 926 MHz Wireless RF Headphones with Charging Cradle.
The entire system weighs just over eight ounces and comes with three connection adaptors meaning you can use them with almost any device.
The Sennheiser RS-120 wireless headphones are powered by NiMH batteries, which are recharged by simply placing the headphones in their custom-made cradle – and you should get at least 10 hours of listening pleasure without needing to recharge them.
Sennheiser claims that the RS-120 have a range of 300 feet, so you could probably even use these when you’re mowing YOUR lawn.
Has anyone tried these wireless TV headphones? I’d love to hear your thoughts.