Sennheiser RS65 Video
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Sennheiser RS65 Review
The good: Wireless headphones; SRS surround processing; base/stand recharges batteries; extra battery included; built-in volume control.
The bad: Pricey; sound isn't nearly as detailed as that of Sennheiser's corded 'phones.
The bottom line: These extremely lightweight wireless headphones are easy on the ears but sound a little too mellow for our taste.
Sennheiser RS65 Specs
Part number: RS65
- Product Specifications