Differences Between Wireless Headphone Systems

  • - RS 110 - Uses regular batteries and needs to be manually tuned to transmitter to operate. Uses Radio Frequency (RF) technology to transmit the audio. Features an "Open-Back" ear cup design for hyper realistic sound.
  • - RS 120 - Uses rechargeable batteries and needs to be manually tuned to transmitter to operate. Uses Radio Frequency (RF) technology to transmit the audio. Features an "Open-Back" ear cup design for hyper realistic sound.
  • - RS 160 - Uses rechargeable batteries and will automatically tune to the transmitter once set up. Uses a digital signal to transmit the audio. The transmitter can be powered by batteries for a portable solution. Features a closed ear cup design.
  • - RS 170 - Uses rechargeable batteries and will automatically tune to the transmitter once set up. Uses a digital signal to transmit the audio. Features a selectable Bass Boost and Surround Sound options. Features a closed ear cup design. 
  • - RS 180 - Uses rechargeable batteries and will automatically tune to the transmitter once set up. Uses a digital signal to transmit the audio. Features an "Open-Back" ear cup design for hyper realistic sound. Incorporates an Automatic Level Control (ALC) mode to even out volume differences automatically
  • - RS 220 - Uses rechargeable batteries and will automatically tune to the transmitter once set up. Uses a digital signal to transmit the audio. Features a built in digital to analogue converter and the "Open-Back" ear cup design for hyper realistic sound.
  • - RS 165 - Uses rechargeable batteries and will automatically tune to the transmitter once set up. Uses a digital signal to transmit the audio. Features a built in digital to analogue converter and the "Closed-Back" ear cup design. Selectable Bass Boost mode for vibrant sound. 
  • - RS 175 - Uses rechargeable batteries and will automatically tune to the transmitter once set up. Uses a digital signal to transmit the audio. Features a built in digital to analogue converter and the "Closed-Back" ear cup design. Switching between dynamic bass and virtual surround sound listening modes for situational sound customization. Supports analogue and digital audio inputs and allows toggling between the inputs. 
  • - RS 185 - Uses rechargeable batteries and will automatically tune to the transmitter once set up. Uses a digital signal to transmit the audio. Features a built in digital to analogue converter and the "Open-Back" ear cup design. Control the sensitivity of your analogue input – choose between Automatic Level Control (ALC) mode to even out volume differences automatically or Manual Level Control (MLC) mode to manually adjust the sensitivity. Supports analogue and digital audio inputs and allows toggling between the inputs. Balance control located on the headset for convenient adjustments. 
  • - RS 195 - Uses rechargeable batteries and will automatically tune to the transmitter once set up. Uses a digital signal to transmit the audio. Features a built in digital to analogue converter and the "Closed-Back" ear cup design. Selectable hearing boost pre-sets and an additional noise suppression mode for clearer dialogues and superior speech intelligibility. Or choose the music listening mode which reproduces music with an increased dynamic range. Supports analogue and digital audio inputs and allows toggling between the inputs. 
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