Question about Sennheiser RS 120 Consumer Headphones
My headphones worked previously--I cannot figure out what the deal is. The red charge light is on, but the green on/off light is not. When I start my audio (I use a foot pedal to play audio for medical transcription), I get only static. I have tried changing the channel on the unit base and scrolling the tuner on the headphones to no avail. Can anyone help me?
Two things.. Check the batteries..
Also.. since these headphones have to have a signal sent to them to activate transmission (green light simply indicates they are receiving a signal) it can take a few moments after the signal begins to activate them.
I would hazard a guess that when you unplug the cables and then plug them back in.. the feedback that generates activates the base much the same as a regular audio signal would
Finally.. make sure the source is a fixed output.. if not.. and its variable..you will have to increase the output or volume to activate the base..
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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