The RP-HT227 is built to bring you a world of rich sound and comfortable enjoyment. It's also foldable, so when you're done, it pack away for easy storage. The 9.8 foot long cord lets you roam the room and dance to your heart's content and because they are XBS compatible, you'll enjoy the thumping bass offered by Panasonic XBS-enabled audio gear. There's an included converter plug so you can plug into portable audio systems with a mini-jack plug or home systems with a standard size connector. Step into a world of vibrant sound with the RP-HT227.
Reviewed by 3 customers
I needed a pair of headphones without noise cancelling or built-in mic. I saw these while searching on their website. The only dissatisfying item I have with them is they aren't over-the-ear, they're on-the-ear. I was hoping to get over-the-ear style to block out outside sounds when using them. They do a god job, and with the built-in volume control, I can control the loudness without having to change other sound settings. They do fold up into a fairly compact size. I don't use them every day but I have used them a few times now and they seem to work fine.
These headphones are excellent value for the price. Ideal for TV and general listening. The inline volume control is a real bonus.
I have had this set of headphones at my work desk for listening to the radio during the day. The compact design was nice, as it doesn't take up much room on the desk, and I liked having the inline volume control on the cord, which always was handy for when those too-loud commercials pop up on Pandora. The earpieces (sorry, don't know the technical term) were comfortable for extended listening. The ultimate quality of the headphones, however, was lacking. Both of the earpieces were attached to the main frame of the headset by a single plastic notch. The first one broke shortly after my initial purchase; the second one broke just a year later. I'd like to get another set of these, but it seems like they should have lasted for a lot longer than they have with the user being a desk jockey.