10 Best Wireless Headphones For TV
Sennheiser RS 195
Over time your hearing naturally changes, and the Sennheiser RS 195 are designed to accommodate this. You can select one of their presets to better hear the nuances of speech and music according to your own range of hearing, and adjust the balance to favor either ear.
- Range of up to 328 feet
- Noise suppression mode
- Analog and digital audio inputs
Consisting of a charging base station and a pair of earphones, the Artiste ADH300 offer-latency free sound at a range of up to 100 feet. They have an RCA stereo input only, but this particular option is bundled with an optical adapter that works with most modern TVs.
- Transmit well through walls
- Little to no interference
- Great value for the money
SteelSeries Arctis 7
While they were designed for gamers, the SteelSeries Arctis 7 are also an excellent way to watch movies and shows without disturbing those around you. They work especially well with home theater PCs, thanks to their comprehensive Windows-based control software.
- Communicate via usb dongle
- Available in black or white
- Comfortable suspension headband
Avantree Aria Me
Create your own personalized listening profile with the Avantree Aria Me . These are particularly helpful to those aged 45 or over, or those that suffer from mild to moderate aural impairment, as you can use their app to tweak them according to your own range of hearing.
- High-definition audio
- Detachable microphone arm
- Handy hard storage case
Sennheiser RS 175
Bass boost and two virtual surround modes allow the Sennheiser RS 175 to provide a near-cinematic experience, with rich sound across the entire spectrum. Their plush earcups are comfortable and do a great job of isolating you from outside noise.
- 114-decibel sensitivity rating
- Extremely long range
- Relatively expensive
If you’re not a fan of wearing bulky headsets, consider the Avantree HT4186 , which consists of a pair of earbuds and a versatile Bluetooth transmitter. They won’t match the quality of most others, but they might help you stay cool and comfortable.
- Behind the neck design
- Use a proprietary low-latency codec
- Work with most smart tvs
Good for more than just watching TV, the TrebLab Z2 are a highly functional choice that take advantage of the Bluetooth aptX HD codec to send high-resolution audio to your ears. They work just as well with modern smartphones as they do with home entertainment centers.
- Active noise cancellation
- Battery life of over 35 hours
- Require a low-latency transmitter
The Avantree HT5009 set comprises a pair of AS9S over-ear headphones and their powerful Oasis Plus transmitter that has a range of up to 164 feet. Users will not experience any latency, and the battery lasts up to 40 hours on a single charge.
- Easy plug and play operation
- Bluetooth works with many devices
- Obstructions may impede signal
Sennheiser RS 120
The Sennheiser RS 120 are built in an on-ear configuration, which can help minimize feedback for people who wear hearing aids. Because they communicate in the 900-megahertz band, though, they’re somewhat more prone to interference than most others.
- Lightweight construction
- Come with rechargeable batteries
- Don't have an optical input
The Sony MDRRF985RK transmit via an RF signal to a range of up to 150 feet. This means that they do not require a line of sight with the transmitter in order to hear. They charge automatically when placed on their included dock and provide up to 25 hours of playback.
- They charge quickly
- Integrated volume control
- No bluetooth connectivity