RHA MA750 Wireless In-Ear Headphones Review

RHA MA750 Wireless

£149.99
9.8

Look

10.0/10

Sound

10.0/10

Connectivity

9.5/10

Pros

  • Solid design
  • Neckband
  • Bluetooth Connection

Cons

  • No Active Noise Cancelling

RHA is a great company, they offer premium great sounding products, for a lower price. Their MA750 Wireless Headphones, offer 12 Hours of Battery Life, Noise Isolation and a solid design.

RHA MA750 Wireless In-Ear Headphones Review

The box was the first thing that impressed me, it was heavy and used a magnetic clip to keep the front flap down. This is the kind of box you would expect to be used by a company like Beats, Apple or Sennheiser. Inside you get the Headphones on a rubber neckband, a USB-C charging cable, little pouch and a metal card with cutouts for the spare ear tips.

The metal card for the ear tips was an unnecessary addition, it offers nothing except to up the cool factor of the headphone packing. The spare tips were dual density silicone, double flange silicone and a set of
Comply™ Foam Tsx400. These foam tips were the next great addition, as these help with the noise isolation. You can buy them separately, buts a really nice touch by RHA.

RHA MA750 Wireless In-Ear Headphones Review

RHA MA750 Wireless In-Ear Headphones Specs:

  • 12 hours playback; 30 days standby
  • Digital assistant control via remote and mic
  • High fidelity aptX™ streaming for compatible devices
  • Noise isolating, Aerophonic™ design in steel
  • Weather, sweat and splashproof to IPX4

The MA750 Wireless headphones combine RHA’s 560.1 drivers, Bluetooth technology and high fidelity aptX™ streaming to deliver wireless listening as it should be experienced. The neckband design offers the most seamless connection I have felt, without having a pair of headphones actually plugged in. This is also where they have placed, an NFC chip that allows you to connect your device quickly.

RHA MA750 Wireless In-Ear Headphones Review

The headphones use Aerophonic 303F grade Stainless Steel Housings, which helps to deliver that sound better. They also house magnets. Which allow you to let them fall around your neck and they won’t get in the way. The IPX4 rating means that I can run in these. Also, enjoy them in the rain without having any issues. The 3way controls work a treat and I can play/pause and skip tracks on Spotify.

Call quality is really good. As long as your not in a wind tunnel you will have no issues with these. These have really good sound at higher volumes. So, I can turn these all the way to 11, and not have any hissing or sound degradation. There’s great balance in the bass and highs. Highs could be a little more open, but that is personal taste.

Overall for the price, these come at, you really can’t find anything better. The sound is great, comfort on point, and enough tips to always find the right fit. Finally, please remember to check out our other Audio reviews.

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