Sennheiser RS 160 Wireless Headphones
Yielding noticeably more depth and detail than budget sets, the RS160 lies at the bottom end of Sennheiser's full-sized wireless headphone range, but still manages to trump most of the competition at its price point. Delivering a more neutral, less bassy sound than the Skullcandy Plyr 1, the RS160 should be at the top of the list for anyone looking to enjoy classical, jazz, and other more refined genres; those who prefer bassier modern music will probably prefer the Plyr 1. The RS160 does suffer from slightly hard treble, though, so those who are sensitive to high frequencies may also prefer the Skullcandies, or perhaps Sennheiser's higher end wireless cans, which tend to be smoother, especially the RS220. However for the money, the RS160 is a good deal, and between Kleer tech and their ultra-comfortable design, it outranks everything in its price range in overall usability. If you're looking for something comfortable that just works, and works well, grab the RS160.