Sennheiser Wireless Headphone RS 2000
Sennheiser RS 2000
With its state-of-the-art digital wireless technology, seamless user experience, exceptional comfort, and extended battery life, the RS 2000 brings forth a renewed sense of delight in your TV viewing.
|Dimensions||Receiver: approx. 102 mm x 265 mm x 23 mm (switched off, W x H x D)|
|Frequency response||15 hz to 16 kHz|
|Contact pressure||approx. 0.8N|
|Jack plug||power supply:straight / Yellow|
3,5mm audio: 1x straight and 1x angled / Blue
|Cable length||power supply 1.5m|
|Weight||Receiver: approx. 60g|
|Charging time||Fast charging: 30 minutes charging for 2 hours operating|
|up to 3 hours|
|Range||up to 50 m/150 ft|
|Signal-to-noise ratio||analog input: typ. 85 dBA at 1 Vrms|
|Power supply||Transmitter: 5 V , 600 mA|
|Battery Specification||Integrated battery BAP 800, 3.7 V, 350 mAh|
|Frequency||2,4 - 2,48 GHz|
|Powering||Receiver: Auto On / Off|
|Maximum number of connected receivers||2|
Sennheiser TV Listening Digital Wireless Headphone RS 2000
- If you're using a set-top box like a cable box or DVR, check for audio output jacks on the device. Connect your headphones to the set-top box, enabling independent operation of the TV speakers and headphones.
- Consult your TV's manual or setup guide for an option that allows the TV to control the speakers and audio output jacks separately, often referred to as "fixed output." This will enable you to operate the TV speakers and headphones independently. Connect your headphones to the audio output of the TV accordingly.
- 3.5mm Headphone Port: This standard audio output can be found on various devices like smartphones, laptops, and portable music players.
- Red and White RCA Audio Output Ports: These ports are typically present on audio receivers, DVD/Blu-ray players, and older TVs. They provide analog audio signals.
- Digital Audio Output: You may come across digital audio outputs such as optical or coaxial connections. These are commonly found on devices like gaming consoles, home theater systems, and some TVs.