Great headphones that will work even for the hard-of-hearing
These headphones offer the utmost comfort for long-term wearing. The open-backed design gives a speaker-like authentic feel to the audio you’re listening to. Great audio quality can be fine tuned using the available controls. Wireless connectivity helps you to stay mobile while listening to audio.
Fine tuning the headphones can be difficult at times. The headphones tend to slip off your ears as you are wearing them.
This is a model belonging to Sennheiser’s range of headphones which use radio signals for connectivity. It is provided along with a radio transmitter that will connect to your audio playback device of choice. Thanks to the advanced technology used by Sennheiser to build all their audio equipment, the audio quality provided by these headphones is quite simply, out of this world.
Sennheiser HDR 120
Mobility and quality all in one
The Sennheiser HDR 120 is a wireless headphone set built by industry giant Sennheiser to cater to the needs of customers who want to stay mobile while listening to their favorite audio. It also aims to provide the best quality audio to users.
The Sennheiser HDR120 incorporates a comfortable large-sized design with heavy padding on both the ear cups and headband of the headphones. The earpieces use the open-backed design style, thereby making the earpieces much more comfortable to wear than closed-backed models. The Sennheiser HDR 120 is provided along with a specifically-designed radio transmitter that will connect to your audio playback device and transmit radio signals to the headphones, which will then be transformed in to audio signals for you to listen to. Thanks to this technology, you can freely walk around while listening to audio from your DVD player, mp3 player, or even computer.
Thanks to the open-backed design of the Sennheiser HDR 120, audio is delivered sounding like an authentic experience rendered from live speakers. This is a great innovation which makes you feel like you’re enjoying heavy audio from speakers which is better than most headphones out there.
Some users have complained that the open-backed design of the Sennheiser HDR 120 causes the headphones to slip off their heads at times while they are using them. However, this problem can be alleviated by tightening the headband a bit.
All in all, the Sennheiser HDR120 is a great pair of headphones that really give you your money’s worth.
· Type: Headphone – Binuaral
· Response Bandwidth: 22Hz – 19500Hz
· Connectivity: Wireless – radio
· Sound Output Mode: Stereo
· MSRP: $69.95