Wireless headphones are ideal for listening to your tracks on the move. You can enjoy your favorite music or podcasts without a cable getting in the way – perfect for a high-quality listening experience during your workout. Find out more about Sennheiser’s range of state-of-the-art wireless headphones – and discover your new favorite way to listen.
With no cable coming between you and your favorite tracks, Sennheiser’s top-notch wireless headphones will be sure to satisfy everyone, even the most demanding audio connoisseurs. While lossless digital RF-transmission is perfect for high-end home stereo use, Bluetooth®-equipped models work great with mobile devices. Reliable and easy to handle, Sennheiser’s wireless headphones really unleash the joy of sound.
Sennheiser offers a wide range of wireless models, catering to different needs--from IR-stereo TV listening systems, to audiophile digital home systems, to luxurious Bluetooth® travel headsets.
Wireless headphones, as the name implies, means no cable connection is needed between the headphones and the device to enable sound to travel between them. Some wireless headphones consist of two earphones linked together with a cable that fits around your head, and others – known as “true wireless” headphones – are individual earbuds that receive independent signals from your device. “Wireless” – it’s a wider category than it sounds!
The following types of wireless headphones can be found at Sennheiser:
Wireless headphones are convenient for many reasons:
That’s not all – some other great features of Sennheiser’s wireless headphones are:
A little history for you: the earliest versions of wireless headphones worked by feeding an amplified AF signal into an induction loop that went around the ear. The wireless headphones contained a coil that received the audio signal through the magnetic field of the induction loop. This technology is so sophisticated that it is still used in medical hearing aids today.
Curious about how wireless headphones work today? Here’s a breakdown of the science behind them.
Digital wireless headphones function via a digital signal, transmitted via wireless technology such as Bluetooth. The headphones then convert the digital signal into an analog signal, for the clearest possible sound.
Tip: Make sure both the audio source and your Bluetooth headphones are both using the same version of Bluetooth – the latest is Bluetooth 5.
In true wireless headphones, a signal is sent via Bluetooth to both the left and right earbud simultaneously. The separate, synced up transmissions means you can get top quality stereo sound, totally wire-free.
Always state-of-the-art, Sennheiser headphones incorporate the latest tech to ensure that our products are the best on the market.
Whichever type of Sennheiser wireless headphones you choose, you can be sure they will be expertly made with top quality sound. What makes Sennheiser headphones so exceptional? Here are some of the unique features that set them apart from any other headphones on the market.
Transparent hearing: Using this feature, it is possible to hear ambient noise and participate in conversations even while listening to headphones.