Enjoy your music without wires. The MDR-RF970RK features noise reduction technology that really lets you listen to your tunes without any unwanted sounds. Travel in freedom from your sound source while delivering higher fidelity stereo sound. An auto tuning feature conveniently scans up and down the band to automatically tune in channels. Hear the difference with the MDR-RF970RK wireless headphones system.
Customer Reviews of Sony MDR-RF970RK Wireless Stereo Headphone - Stereo
Sony wireless headset10/30/2012
Works very well. Can listen to tv without having the volume cranked high. Thanks
Quality Wireless Headphone3/14/2012
Excellent unit. I already had one and needed a second one
I like the auto features, buy the sound quality and range is disappointing. My 8 year old Advent set that I use outside sounds better. I am surprised that sony would put their name on this product. If I didn't already have a wireless set : I might have been happy with them.
Good design but not perfoming as expected7/12/2011
i used this headphones from past one week. Pros- Good design,confortable on ears,free from wires. Cons- frequent hissy noise and hissy noise increase if you move ur head or go little far from the transmtter.
Good Product for TV viewing1/14/2009
- Good Product for TV viewing - Not good in sound effects - Auto Shutoff Feature is good
Bought this for my parents who are getting older and are hard of hearing. Mom stated that she really loves the way they fit over her ears without mashing on them. Both of my parents find the earphones cumfortable to wear for long periods of time, and they have commented positively on the overall sound quality of them.
Using at edge of coverage6/8/2008
I use the Wireless Headphones to extend the reach of my Satellite Radio around the house. The Satellite Radio Receiver position is fixed because of the requirement of the outside extra length antenna to get full 24 hour reception. The second most desired location to use it, is all the way on the other side of the house, with lots of walls and doors in the way. Sitting at my desk at probably the extent of coverage is a bit annoying as the headphones will click on and off (loudly) as they try to make connection. I've tried all 3 channels. Also, I may be too close to the PC at my desk? The headphones are supposed to be noise cancelling, but still can exhibit static if my head moves ever so slightly.