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Sennheiser Electronic RS 160, RS 170, RS 180
Equipped with dynamic transducers, the RS 160, RS 170 and RS 180 feature soft padded ear cups and adjustable headbands, and are specifically designed for hours of use. The frequency response reaches from 18 to 21,000Hz, with a sound pressure level of up to 110dB. If the transmitter is connected to an audio or video device, it automatically transmits the audio data to the headphones. The 2.4GHz digital radio transmission ensures smooth transmission with a high signal-to-noise ratio of 85dBA. The Kleer technology even allows the listening pleasure to be shared as up to four headphones can receive radio signals via one transmitter.
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