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Product Reviews for Sony MDRRF925RK Wireless Headphone
from I'm here on 3/20/2011
Hi, I'm Nico, I am a 9 year old tech geek. I don't know why some people give these headphones such bad reviews. They are great. Some minor problems with the static, but it is so minor that it's not a problem. Also, you should know it takes 16 hours to charge for the first time. These headphones are really big and bulky on me (well, I'm 9, they should be big and bulky), but even when my parents tried them on, they were huge. They have really good sound quality when I use them for my iPod/Computer but I still haven't tried them on a TV. They have deep bass and high treble and are great for everyone (who has a big head). I also recommend you get them at RadioShack for the best price in a retail store. If you are looking for headphones that have REALLY CRAZY GOOD sound quality I would recommend the: Dr. Dre Beats headphones (wired). They are really expensive though. These headphones are DEFINITELY recommended.
from san angelo tx. on 12/3/2010
Comfortable, Easy To Install, Great sound
I tried many different brands and none had the sound or comfort that thisw model had. I like the way the head phones turn off an on. the sound is the same no matter where I am in my house. I am hard of hearing and i hear sounds through the head phones that I havs\\e not heard in years.
Love these wireless head phones
from Saint Louis, MO on 10/4/2010
Simple to set up. Very high performance
I bought these at the outlet in Miramar Beach, FL. a month or so ago. I'm getting hard of hearing (and to vain to start wearing hearing aids). These work great! I can turn the volume up on the head phones without turning up the volume of the TV set. Perfect! Great product two thumbs up
Wireless Headset Works Great
from San Diego on 8/12/2009
I like this so much that I give them out as gifts. It is a terrific device ... absolutely fantastic. In the past, in the livingroom, the TV was so loud (being watched by my two teenagers) that I would have to shout to my wife to be heard. And I couldn't share the same room if I wanted to read instead of watch the TV ... I couldn't hear myself think. Now, the kids can use the headsets (I have 2 of them) and I can have peace and quiet (if I don't want to watch the show). Also, at night, the headphones are especially great! The livingroom was right below our bedroom and was waking my wife up all the time ... now it doesn't matter. It is the best device since sliced bread!!!!
from Seattle, WA on 3/7/2009
I used to have similar wireless headset from Philips some 10 years ago. They did the job they were supposed to do very well. Now, I have no idea why this low quality product can ever get on the market. The promised 150 feet range might work, but I have no idea where. The best distance that I've been able to get without excruciating noise is 6 feet. Beyond that one has to be happy with the same voice quality level that existed on 40+ years old FM car radios. Well, actually I take it back. Those FM car radios had a lot better voice quality. Overall this piece of thing (not worth calling it headset) is good only for fishing net weight (but remember to remove the battery first).