Sennheiser MX W1 Wireless Headphones – Not Bluetooth

Posted on Aug 26 2008 - 9:50am by Russ

Sennheiser MX W1 Wireless Earphones


Sennheiser – the maker of expensive, awesome audio gear, has come out with a badass set of wireless headphones. The MX W1 wireless earphones use a wireless technology named Kleer (not Bluetooth), the kleer wireless transmission range is about 33 feet. Sennheiser realized that not all ears are the same size and engineered a twist-to-fit system that holds the headphones snuggly in place. Hopefully more manufacturers will integrate the transmission standard so you don’t have to use the transmitter dongle.

Read on for features, specifications, and video…

Features
  • MX W1 transmits uncompressed audio over a robust 2.4GHz digital link enabling you to enjoy your music without the hassles of cords
  • Dynamic transducer systems with powerful neodymium magnets deliver clear and detailed audio reproduction
  • Sennheiser’s “Twist-to-fit” system and comfortable earpads allow for an optimum fit
  • Kleer’s uncompressed digital wireless audio transmission
  • No set-up required – just plug and play. Simply fix on the transmitter to your personal audio/video player, put on the earphones and turn it on!
  • Transmitter with multi-receiver capability, enabling two people to listen to the same audio source
  • Carrying case with quick-charge function for up to three full recharges while ‘on the move’
  • Multi-country power adaptor included
  • Optimized for MP3, iPod (iPod is a registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and other countries), DVD and CD players as well as other AV devices with 3.5mm stereo plug
  • 2-year warranty
Delivery Includes
  • 2 wireless earphones (right/left)
  • 1 transmitter
  • 1 carrying case with integrated charger
  • 1 multi-country power adaptor
  • 1 charging cable
  • 1 set of earpads
  • 1 set of elastic fabric straps
  • 1 set of twist-to-fit rings (S/M/L)
  • User manual

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