Samson’s RTE 2s combine a lightweight, streetwise design with the freedom of wireless _operation via Bluetooth for a liberating, high-quality mobile audio experience. Complete with an internal microphone for hands-free phone calls, a long-lasting rechargeable battery and deluxe travel case, the RTE 2s are the perfect choice for experiencing your music without limits.

1

Wireless Freedom

For over 30 years, performers on the world’s biggest stages have trusted Samson to deliver reliable wireless performance with impeccable sound quality. With the RTE 2s, you can once again join the Samson wireless family and never sacrifice reliable audio quality for convenience. In any environment, the RTE 2s let you have your music your way.

2

Mobile Comfort

Featuring high-protein leather cushioning, the RTE 2s provide extreme comfort during long listening sessions. Their ultra-lightweight, adjustable on-ear design makes them the perfect choice for everything from fitness workouts to watching Netflix on your mobile device. They also come with a slim deluxe travel case with storage for all your

3

Hands-Free Call Control

The RTE 2s offer an integrated microphone and 1-touch call/answer control, so you can take calls without touching your phone. Tapping the ear cups also controls Play, Pause, and Volume and playlist navigation.

Important Features

  • 40mm Drivers with Neodymium Magnets for powerful and pristine audio
  • 10+ Hour Rechargeable Battery (Includes USB to Micro USB charge cable)
  • Includes 3.5mm audio cable for standard listening/critical audio reference tasks
  • aptX compatible for high quality streaming from Android Devices
  • Low profile fit is ideal for travel
  • On Ear design provides relaxed yet secure fit for fitness/running
  • Deluxe Protective Carry Case Included

buy-now-button

View All Samson Headphones

Previous articleHow to Identify Fake Guitars
Next articleRoland 909 Day Live Stream
Matthew Stone
Now in his 15th year with Sam Ash Music. Matt DJ’d throughout High School and College to help him pay for recording gear. Saxophone, Trumpet, Clarinet, and French horn player who is familiar with most Band and Orchestral instruments. Matt’s a terrible drummer who loves electronic drums, because they’re easier to fix in software. Keyboards, drum machines, samplers, multi-track recorders and sequencers are his favorites, but he’s comfortable with most DAW’s. If it’s got buttons, Matt has pushed them.