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Sony MDR-RF925RK Wireless Headphones
No more fussing with messy wires. Sony's wireless stereo headphone system gives you the freedom to travel up to 150' from your sound source without compromising its crystal-clear sound quality. With 900MHz RF wireless transmission and FM stereo sound, this system delivers music to your ears for up to 15 hours on fully charged batteries. Housing a 40mm driver unit and easy to reach control buttons, the MDRRF925RK wireless stereo headphone system provides a powerful and quick connection to a wide variety of sound sources.
  • Wireless headphones
  • FM stereo sound
  • 900MHz RF analog wireless system
  • Driver: 40mm
  • Ferrite magnet
  • Auto charging (induction, so no direct pin contact necessary)
  • Mute when no signal available or weak
  • Induction charging: not direct pin contact for ease
  • Volume control on ear piece
  • Auto power: on/off
  • Max signal reception: 150'
  • Battery life: up to 15 hours
  • Charging time: approx 16 hours
  • Measures 9.84"W x 12.84"H x 4.72"D
  • Weighs 1.1 lbs
  • Made in Korea

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Sony MDR-RF925RK Wireless Headphones
 
3.0

(based on 21 reviews)

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  • 5 Stars

     

    (5)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (6)

50%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Very good, high-end wireless headphones

So, I've long been wanting a good wireless headset that could connect to both my computer and office Blu-ray setup (40-inch Google TV in this case) at the same time. So...Read complete review

So, I've long been wanting a good wireless headset that could connect to both my computer and office Blu-ray setup (40-inch Google TV in this case) at the same time. So far, this is the best set I've seen on the market, and while it's close to perfect it has a couple of minor issues that prevent me from giving it five stars. - First, the PROS: - Nicely built, super sleek, yet very comfortable and light, I could wear these for hours. - Stylish charging station, headphones fit on them very elegantly. - Useful lights in the front explaining the signal type (Dolby Digital, DTS, etc.) - Good, clear sound with zero hiss whatsoever, which was essential for me. - Clear, obvious right and left ear markers (in red), something more and more headphones are leaving out. - CONS - The base station wakes up automatically when you pick up the headset but the headphones do not, a big miss if you ask me, particularly since the station turns them off automatically when docking. Minor but asking me to turn it on manually each of the thousands of times I'll pick it up when it could do it automatically is a somewhat surprising oversight. - The bass just seems to lack punch. The sales literature says there are huge drivers in the earpieces but they just don't deliver here until you hit too high a volume. Bass is still fairly good mind you, just not utterly crisp like Sennheiser wireless headsets. - Buttons on the headphones, particularly the volume control, are very hard to use once the headset is on. There's a tiny bump next to the volume dial so your fingers can find it, but it's still very hard to change without taking off because it's so recessed. If the latter three points had been addressed, I'd say this headset won't be beat for years, however as it is it's merely very, very good since the manual turn on and volume control are small, constant nags. Can't say much about the surround sound BTW, I just can't hear it myself. Bottom line: Worth the investment unless you're waiting for absolute perfection.

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Not the best

I bought this as a repalcement for my very uncomfortable previous headphones, i decided on wireless because i exercise with music playing, and I prefer to use my wider range of Music on my...Read complete review

I bought this as a repalcement for my very uncomfortable previous headphones, i decided on wireless because i exercise with music playing, and I prefer to use my wider range of Music on my Computer than my Phone. eventually i broke the wire on my old set of headphones by snagging a cabinet during my routine, and was in need of a new sound system that would not bother anyone else in my dwelling. After purchase, when I opened the box I was immediately impressed that it came with everything needed, and how comfortable the headphones actually are. unfortunatly after the 16 hour charge time, the sound was Sub-par. although there happens to be nothing wrong with the speakers themselves, the transmission/receiver method produces nearly predictable static bursts, and trouble with the low base. i have tried nearly everyway i can think of without voiding the warranty (yet) to fix the static and base issue, and found that the system itself causes the problems; due to its compression program that causes undesirable "noise". If you are going wireless i recommend the switch to a more premium set, the extra cash spent will be well worth it.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The Best By Far

By Ayersco

from San Antonio, Texas

Comments about Sony MDR-RF925RK Wireless Headphones:

I purchase these in June of 2013. I've had them for two months and have nothing but great things to say about these headphones. I watch TV at night while my wife sleeps and these allow her undisturbed sleep while they are very comfortable for me to wear six to eight hours. They sound incredible, the volume is louder than I ever would listen to music or television. They were simple to install and I have NOT had any problems to date.

 
5.0

A good investment for the money.

By Nouzrid

from Mississippi

Pros

  • Great sound, easy set up.

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Sony MDR-RF925RK Wireless Headphones:

      I had my set for a year or more and have had no problems with static or lost signal even from 15 to 25 ft away.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      Nothing but Static

      By Qball

      from Texas

      Comments about Sony MDR-RF925RK Wireless Headphones:

      Permanent static regardless of what I do. I can hear sound but the static is still there. Even if the audio jack is not connected, the static is still there. Seems like it's an issue with the base.

      (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      help

      By jrell

      from Undisclosed

      Comments about Sony MDR-RF925RK Wireless Headphones:

      can i use the headphones traveling......... also can i plug them up or connect them wireless to my ipod without being around the base

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      I'm Hearing Impaired

      By Boku2

      from Bellmore, NY

      Comments about Sony MDR-RF925RK Wireless Headphones:

      Since my hearing is impaired, anything that helps me amplify sound so I can enjoy time with my family is a treasure. I still need to use closed captions on most movies and TV shows but it's treat to hear the voices and music along with it. It was always just disruptive noise to me before, even with hearing aids. I'm really grateful to be able to share watching movies and TV with my family again. Before I got this I was only able to watch on my computer because it has high end sound card,and I stream movies and TV shows. Being part of my family again is wonderful.

       
      1.0

      Problems after 20 days... Not Good!

      By Working Dad

      from Cincinnati, OH

      About Me Hard-Working Gamer Dad

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      Pros

      • Lightweight

      Cons

      • Flimsy Construction
      • Poor Sound
      • Uncomfortable

      Best Uses

      • Home Audio

      Comments about Sony MDR-RF925RK Wireless Headphones:

      These headphones are cheap in every way. The earpeice broke and they stopped charging after 3 weeks. The static is maddening, and now I can not use them AT ALL because the headphones won't charge! Buy something else. FAIL Sony!

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      4.0

      Good performance for the money

      By Chubb1

      from Oceanside, CA

      Comments about Sony MDR-RF925RK Wireless Headphones:

      These wireless headphones do a pretty good job of sound quality and comfort. They work well in the immediate area of my living room. They are sensitive to radio frequency noise generators (TV, computer, playstation, etc) and seem to work best line of sight. The only problem I have found is the noise reduction system pumping during extreme low frequency playback (pipe organ 10-20 hz), which you would normally never encounter.

       
      1.0

      Sony MDR-RF925RK

      By pacrad

      from Undisclosed

      Comments about Sony MDR-RF925RK Wireless Headphones:

      Sound quality for this unit is poor and the volume control fails to adjust to a reasonable sound level. The headset is oversize and can be obstructive when laying down.

      (18 of 19 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Great for what I needed!

      By Tekio

      from USA

      Comments about Sony MDR-RF925RK Wireless Headphones:

      I'm satisfied with my purchase. They are a bit staticy, but provide a good movie experience. The static is acceptable. If you plan on using these for music, look else-where. I bought these because I live in a condo and hate watching movies with the volume so low. These offered a solution. I have a great movie watching experience, and my neighbors can sleep at night. Wifi at 2.4ghz will cause crackling at times. BUT.... Any rf audio is gonna suffer from this. Not just Sony products. The biggest con is the Sony proprietary form-factor of the battery. Four stars from me.

      (52 of 54 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Very good, high-end wireless headphones

      By dhinchcliffe

      from Washington, DC

      Comments about Sony MDR-RF925RK Wireless Headphones:

      So, I've long been wanting a good wireless headset that could connect to both my computer and office Blu-ray setup (40-inch Google TV in this case) at the same time. So far, this is the best set I've seen on the market, and while it's close to perfect it has a couple of minor issues that prevent me from giving it five stars. - First, the PROS: - Nicely built, super sleek, yet very comfortable and light, I could wear these for hours. - Stylish charging station, headphones fit on them very elegantly. - Useful lights in the front explaining the signal type (Dolby Digital, DTS, etc.) - Good, clear sound with zero hiss whatsoever, which was essential for me. - Clear, obvious right and left ear markers (in red), something more and more headphones are leaving out. - CONS - The base station wakes up automatically when you pick up the headset but the headphones do not, a big miss if you ask me, particularly since the station turns them off automatically when docking. Minor but asking me to turn it on manually each of the thousands of times I'll pick it up when it could do it automatically is a somewhat surprising oversight. - The bass just seems to lack punch. The sales literature says there are huge drivers in the earpieces but they just don't deliver here until you hit too high a volume. Bass is still fairly good mind you, just not utterly crisp like Sennheiser wireless headsets. - Buttons on the headphones, particularly the volume control, are very hard to use once the headset is on. There's a tiny bump next to the volume dial so your fingers can find it, but it's still very hard to change without taking off because it's so recessed. If the latter three points had been addressed, I'd say this headset won't be beat for years, however as it is it's merely very, very good since the manual turn on and volume control are small, constant nags. Can't say much about the surround sound BTW, I just can't hear it myself. Bottom line: Worth the investment unless you're waiting for absolute perfection.

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