Sennheiser Launches RS220 Digital Wireless Headphones
Sennheiser announced there new RS220 digital wireless headphones at CES 2012 today. The new wireless headphones from Sennheiser is their latest attempt to bring the audio quality of wireless headphones more closer to the experience consumers have with corded options. The Director of Product Lifecycle, Maurice Quarré, seems to believe that they have done just that.
According to Quarré, the RS220 “have succeeded for the first time in combining wireless music enjoyment with high-end quality.” We would have to try them out for ourselves to be able to confirm whether that is the case or not with these headphones.
The RS220 features an on/off switch, controls for audio source and track selection, volume controls on the headphones that allow you to balance between sound on left and right of headphones. The transmitter base can be used to rout audio for the included headset and optional second set for those looking to watch something together with a friend or family member and do not want to disturb others with the television’s speaker. The Sennheiser RS220 will be available to consumers starting in late January and be priced at $599.95. Who said high-end sound quality was cheap? [tekgoblin]