Wearing a pair of the Sennheiser Rs110 900 Mhz Wireless Rf
Headphones will take you back to the great Teutonic hip hop battles
from back in the day. Who can forget that moment at the MTV Music
Awards when Wagner came down hard on Goethe's wack-ass rhymes? Or the
battle between The Wo-Tan Crew and 5 Danegeld over who had more cred in
the Northern Atlantic?
With a frequency response of 20 Hz
to 19.5 kHz, you'll be hearing the sound of clattering shields and
battle horns in a way you never did when you were young. And remember,
they are wireless, so when you dance around the room to The Saga Of The
Drive-By On The Monks Of Lindisfarne you won't trip and bust ya junk.
They come with three AAA batteries in the box, too. Holla at ya order button.
Warranty: 90 day Woot
Open, stereo, supra-aural, wireless RF headphone system
Detailed, analytical sound reproduction with strong bass response
Perfectly suitable for all types of modern music and TV applications
"Wireless freedom of sound" with reception through walls and ceilings, even outside in the garden
Range of up to 100 metres
Three selectable RF channels
Control elements conveniently positioned to provide easy, intuitive operation
Very lightweight headphones, extremely comfortable to wear
Appealing, modern design
AAA batteries included; rechargeable NiMH batteries & standard charger can be purchased separately (Non-Sennheiser accessories)
Max. Sound pressure level (active): 106 dB
Powering: 9V DC (transmitter); AAA batteries (receiver)
Weight (Transmitter): 180g
Weight (Receiver): 230 g (inc batteries)
Range: up to 100 m
Modulation: FM Stereo
RF frequency range: 863 ... 865 MHz or 926 ... 928MHz
Dimensions (Transmitter): 85×110 x 133 mm
Frequency response (headphones): 22.....19500 Hz
Transducer principle: dynamic, open
Operating time (Battery): approx. 20-25 h
THD, total harmonic distortion: < 0,7 %
Jack plug: 3,5mm / 6,3 mm stereo (863-865 MHz), cinch (926-928 MHz)
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(1) Woot Cellars Polyphemus Sonoma Red Blend 2005 1.5L
Description: (click show to see it)
CRASH! HOWL! SLURP!
An abomination stalks the land, single of eye and sophisticated of
palate! Cower, puny human, before Polyphemus, a cyclopean monstrosity
lurching forth from the bowels of Sonoma County!
Born of a
profane union between Barbera, Syrah, Sangiovese, and Merlot, this
Magnum-sized, vino-crazed behemoth knows but one desire: to destroy! To
destroy your preconceptions about red blends, and stomp the walls of
your sales resistance into dust! Woot Cellars dared to shackle the
beast, but it would not be tamed!
Run, lest its unholy
aromas of raspberry and spice scald your nostrils! Flee, that you may
escape the heavy tread of its bestial blackberry, black pepper, and
anise flavors! When Polyphemus sticks out his pinky to drink, entire
villages are reduced to ruins! Polyphemus is the third offering from
Woot Cellars...will it be your LAST?