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Sennheiser RS 160 prices in Malaysia

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Lowest Price: RM 751.00
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Sennheiser RS 160 Price by Country
Indonesia IDR 2,446,000
Malaysia MYR 751
Philippines PHP 9,037
Singapore SGD 254
Thailand THB 6,634
Vietnam VND 3,479,000

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2014-05-26
We have been waiting for Kleer Audio Technology to appear in home headphones and are thrilled that Sennheiser has led the way.Wireless headphones are nothing new. For many years there have been battery-powered headphones available, receiving from transmit...
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Reviewed on 2011-04-08
Great quality when compared to other wireless headphone brands. Extremely comfortable fit for almost everyone.A little low on the bass thump. The volume controls can be a little hard to use.If you used to hate wireless headphones because they could nev...
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Reviewed on 2010-11-26
Comfortable, Battery life, range, outputPrice, Boomy at high volume, small audio wire
Wireless headphones have never taken the Indian market by storm. There are cheaper chinese options available but they tend to die in a couple of months. In branded, we loved the Sennheiser RS 130 when it came to us last year. With the RS 160, Sennheise...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-01
Very good sound quality, Comfortable for extended use, Excellent reception, Good range,Hardtoreach controls, Uneven bass performance, Expensive
Reviewers say that the new Sennheiser RS 160 headphones are the best home-theater wireless model for the price. They use new Kleer wireless technology to stream lossless, CD-quality audio without interference. Their on-the-ear design features thick pad...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-30
Great sound quality; long wireless range; good battery life; comfortable to wear.Volume control is rather fiddly; no wired option.
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Reviewed on 2010-04-20
Can run off batteries, crisp, clean presentationA touch too much hardness and aggression at the top end
Portability isn't something you usually expect from RF headphones, yet that's what the Sennheiser RS 160s offer. Rather than doubling-up as a charge cradle, the transmitter, like the headphones, can run off two AAA batteries, allowing you to hit the st...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-29
Great sound quality; long wireless range; good battery life; comfortable to wearVolume control is rather fiddly; no wired option
The RS 160s are the entry-level model in Sennheiser's current line-up of over-the-ear wireless headphones. Priced at around £140, they're not exactly a low-cost option, though, especially as they don't include fancy extras like noise-cancelling circ...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-07
Good 'Kleer' tech, Decent range, ComfortablePricey, Not very bassy
Wireless headphones are a wonderful invention, but while they're no longer the heavy, battery-killing monstrosities they used to be, they still suffer from one pretty major problem: sound quality. Typical cordless cans broadcast using FM, which has a m...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-23
Great sounding audio, comfort, build quality, portability optionsCan't bypass the wireless function and plug straight in, pricy
The Sennheiser RS 160 are part of the company's digital wireless series, letting you enjoy your music without strangling yourself with cable. The RS 160 are of the over-the-ear type, giving you a full headphone and a separate transmitter station. Befo...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-03
Excellent audio production; Comfortable; Hiss-free wireless transmissionLimited wireless range; Limited headsets-per-base station
The entry-level model for a new range of wireless headphones from Sennheiser, the RS 160 incorporates digital wireless technology from Kleer to produce some of the cleanest sounds we’ve heard from wireless headphones.They’re also designed for port...
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Reviewed on 2010-01-23
Although Sennheiser does make a few to Bluetooth headsets to keep the mobile phone market happy, it has never been terribly keen on this technology. Indeed, the company has just launched a new range of headphones that use its own ‘Kleer’ wireless proto...
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Reviewed on 2010-01-22
Aside from the obvious appeal of going wire-free, the RS160s has a bunch of other clever features that really impressed us. Setup is a doddle: plug the wireless transmitter into your sound source and the mains – though it can run on batteries too &n......These babies are far from small, and though they are really comfortable you might feel like you've got a couple of sofas wrapped around your ears. And while the sound quality overall is very strong, we did feel there was a little bit lacking in the bo......
The clever chaps at Sennheiser have been at it again, this time coming up with a pair of chunky cans that ditch the cables and enclose your lugholes in glorious noise-cancelling sonic luxury. And with the price tag of £130 sounding pretty good to our e...
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Reviewed on 2010-01-20
Cinch to set up, good range, great soundCould have better bass
Unleashed at CES, the Sennheiser RS160 wireless headphones are the German sonic star’s all-new wireless cans, designed to deliver the same audio punch as its other noise cancellers, minus the lengthy cables. So how does this affect sound quality? Re...
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