1. Register NOW and become part of this fantastic knowledge base forum! This message will go away once you have registered.


Discussion in 'Monitoring / Headphones' started by Jbon, Jun 29, 2004.

  1. Jbon

    Jbon Guest

    Like in a studio setting, with respect to freq.response of course,always , but I ask if any readers know the skinny on wireless headphones used more than one pair, together, if any problems have occured, or whatnot... i have responded to a couple of threads on the forum in a couple of various spots I located with a search for" wireless headphones, but there was only 6 threads on the subject..
    i now will check Nady's site and maybe a spin-off type forum or something...
  2. I use Wireless head phones in my studio, and they work fine for me. I have three separate receivers hooked to a head phone amp and I havent had any problems. Jensen makes some great wireless sets out there. They have great bass response and can go the distance if you need to, they work through walls as well. and each revicer has two bands you can switch to so there is no interference with other head sets.
  3. Jbon

    Jbon Guest


    thanks so very much! I was really getting semi-depressed about the vagueness a consumer is faced with, until AFTER he has spent his savings.
  4. Markd102

    Markd102 Well-Known Member

    I tried out some Sennheiser RS65's. They sounded great and worked nicely for general studio stuff, but my main reason for wanting them was for tracking drums without cords getting in the way. Unfortunately they didn't have enough isolation and I couldn't get them loud enough.
  5. Jbon

    Jbon Guest

    Thankyou, Mark ....I truly appreciate the knowledge from your experiences.
    It looks as if the wireless will wait for my participation at least for now... the only genuinely hifidelity cans are still quite predominantly wired... I am just glad to learn before taking any plunge..which can happen impulsively when all the correct factors are brought together, sometimes ,as you well know I imagine..

    thanks again

Share This Page