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Hissing and poor sound quality

I recently bought the Sennheiser RS140. I have plugged them into my TV and get fine sound quality but in all honesty not knock anything too dynamic.

Second and main problem is that there is a continual slight hiss and in moments of silence or quiet there is a real bad hissing.

I have reset, re-tuned, fully charged, moved the transmitter around the room, tried increasing tv volume and vice versa.

Is this a common fact with all wireless headphones or a specific error?

Thanks for help

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  • Anonymous Mar 06, 2009

    have the same problem on a RS 126 model... constant hissing! as i move around the room the hissing increases at certain spots...... i'm using this with my laptop...not pleasant at all!!!!



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Well it could be interference from the TV, computer, or other 900Mhz device (some wireless routers run on this frequency).

I'm currently dealing with the same issue myself, if I find a solution I'll post back.

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