Farenheit HP-12S Dual Channel Infrared Wireless Headphones with Swivel Ear Pads and Auto Level Control

August 7, 2013 - Comment

Swivel Ear Pad Dual Channel IR Wireless Headphone • Ear Pads fold flat for seat pocket storage • Operational distance 100ft.• Selectable Program Source Inputs • EVA hard carry case included • Adjustable Headphone Straps for Comfort • Auto Mute Control • Built-in Monitoring Function • MP-3 Player Input Via 3.5mm Jack • On/Off Switch

Swivel Ear Pad Dual Channel IR Wireless Headphone • Ear Pads fold flat for seat pocket storage • Operational distance 100ft.• Selectable Program Source Inputs • EVA hard carry case included • Adjustable Headphone Straps for Comfort • Auto Mute Control • Built-in Monitoring Function • MP-3 Player Input Via 3.5mm Jack • On/Off Switch Saves Battery Life • Auto Power Off Function • Variable Volume Control • ALC Auto Level Control

Product Features

  • Operational distance 100ft; selectable Program Source Inputs
  • EVA hard carry case included
  • Variable volume control – ALC auto level control
  • Auto power off function saves battery life
  • Ear pads fold flat for seat pocket storage

Comments

charlie says:

Farenheit HP-12S headset Recieve the headset on time and was what I expected. I am hard of hearing and my wife hears a pin drop. The the infrared wiewless headset is a marriage saver.. while watching TV!! We each have our own level of hearing!!

DMS says:

Just a bit tight for adult ears, but great nonetheless I think an earlier reviewer meant the arch over the head was too big for small kids. True. However, the ear muffs themselves are child-sized. I have small ears and my ears barely fit inside the muffs. “Tight” would be the best word. The speakers respond well to different sound settings (apparent distance and frequency adjustments on the sound card/board). Try these with a male-male cable. I found the frequency and clarity to be almost as good as my $200 Sony lab ‘phones.I use this pair for my portable ham radio set when I don’t have to travel so light that I only bring one ear bud. I can walk away from the set and still hear the calls, which is crucial in nasty weather and noisy crowds.I also travel with a separate (different purchase, different venue) A/B channel IR transmitter to plug into Hotel TVs (when I’m not working the Ham radio net), and listen with these ‘phones. While I’m working the Ham Radio net I can feed into the IR A/B transmitter the…

Steve says:

This is what I’m talking about!! These work, well. Period. I tried the Audiovox IR2CFF first, but returned them. These Farenheits receive much better and are much more forgiving. They work very well in our 2008 Nissan Armada, and being 2 channel, they work great with the factory IR system, as well as our aftermarket DVD system that’s installed in the factory overhead console. Sound quality is very good, and comfort also good. They are the “over the ear” type, so they block out more noise than surface style headphones. My kids are 6, 8 and 9, and they fit them all just fine, no problems. The carry case is very nice as well, as is the ability to use them as a wired headset with an MP3 player or iPod. The only downside, and this is very minor, is that the channel selector and power switch are all built into one switch. I would like to have seen the channel selector be independent of the power switch. Again though, minor. For the money, you can’t go wrong with these. I may order a 4th pair.

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