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I've the RS180 and have the volume adjusted to be pretty loud (via the headset volume controls). I've had it on this volume setting for a couple weeks of use with no problems, but after that I could hear loud noise. The noise would go away if I lower the headphones' volume. So the noise randomly decided to appear after a certain period. Note that I'm listening to the same stuff so it's not the source that's the problem, can only be the headphones. What do you make of this? Anyone run into something similar?

 

I couldn't fix it so I ordered the RS220. Received it today and tested it on high volume, works perfectly with no issues. However, what's the chances of running into the same problem and noise suddenly decides to appear like it did with the RS180?


Edited by Stanfoo - 2/7/14 at 6:20pm
post #452 of 457
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Originally Posted by dj nellie View Post
 

Finally, my RS 220s make a light, high-pitched microphonic noise that can be heard when music isn't playing.  I can't figure out what is causing this.

 

did u ever fix this or figure out why its doing it

post #453 of 457
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Originally Posted by Stanfoo View Post
 

I've the RS180 and have the volume adjusted to be pretty loud (via the headset volume controls). I've had it on this volume setting for a couple weeks of use with no problems, but after that I could hear loud noise. The noise would go away if I lower the headphones' volume. So the noise randomly decided to appear after a certain period. Note that I'm listening to the same stuff so it's not the source that's the problem, can only be the headphones. What do you make of this? Anyone run into something similar?

 

I couldn't fix it so I ordered the RS220. Received it today and tested it on high volume, works perfectly with no issues. However, what's the chances of running into the same problem and noise suddenly decides to appear like it did with the RS180?


Sennheiser has a pretty good service department.  You should have contacted them to fix the RS180s instead of spending hundreds of dollars on something new (and in fact, you could still do so).

post #454 of 457

What exactly does the "level control" on the back of the transmitter do? Does it change audio volume or the signal quality?

 

Do I need to play around with it to get best SQ or can I just leave it at default?

 

Does it do anything if my audio source output is Optical? It only says for Analogue in the manual.


Edited by Stanfoo - 2/8/14 at 5:51pm
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What exactly does the "level control" on the back of the transmitter do? Does it change audio volume or the signal quality?

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Does it do anything if my audio source output is Optical? It only says for Analogue in the manual.

I belive it is an attenuator for the analog input only, and doesn't do anything with digital input (because it isn't necessary as described in the next paragraph). You can easily check this yourself by connecting one source to each input and turn the "level control" up and down while you play something from the selected input.

 

If I remember correctly, the manual says something about using the "level control" if the analog signal is too high and hence gives distortion in the RS 220. This isn't a possible problem with digital signals because they have a standardized maximum level (0 dBFS).

post #456 of 457

Hi There ,

 

I am using 10 of the RS 160 and i came to know the sleep issue , can you help me with a solution ?

 

Thanks

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I am using 10 of the RS 160

 

What do you mean with this statement? Do you have 10 units of Sennheiser RS 160?

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