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No more fussing with messy wires. The MDR-RF925RK wireless headphones system gives you the freedom to travel up to 150-Feet from your sound source while delivering stereo quality sound. This system includes Ni-MH rechargeable batteries, 900MHz RF wireless transmission and headphones with a 40mm driver for deep bass. An auto tuning feature conveniently scans up and down the band to automatically tune in channels. The MDR-RF925RK wireless headphones system enables an easy connection to a wide variety of sound sources.General Information-Manufacturer-Sony Corporation, General Information-Manufacturer Part Number-MDRRF925RK, General Information-Manufacturer Website Address-sony, General Information-Brand Name-Sony, General Information-Product Model-MDR-RF925RK, General Information-Product Name-MDR-RF925RK Wireless Headphone, General Information-Product Type-Headphone, Miscellaneous-Package Contents-MDRRF925RK Wireless Headphone Rechargeable Ni-MH Battery Pack, Technical Information-Connectivity Technology-Wireless, Technical Information-Wireless Technology-RF, Technical Information-Cable Length-Not Applicable, Technical Information-Wireless Operating Distance-150-Feet, Technical Information-Sound Mode-Stereo, Technical Information-Minimum Frequency Response-20 Hz, Technical Information-Maximum Frequency Response-20 kHz, Battery Information-Maximum Battery Run Time-18 Hour, Earpiece-Earpiece Design-Over-the-head, Earpiece-Earpiece Type-Binaural, Earpiece-Earpiece Controls-Volume, Earpiece-Driver Type-Neodymium, Earpiece-Driver Size-1.57-Inch, Physical Characteristics-Form Factor-Ear-cup.
They are really good for short distances, and i have had them for years now!Published 1 month ago by Imran Mirza
work like a charm. we have 2 sets, one for each TV and have them set on channel 1 and 3 respectively. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Sandy
Sound is very good, but it drop frequently, probably due to the switch that cut the sound when you take off the headphone to save energy. Read morePublished on Feb. 28 2012 by JaY