The RHA TrueConnect 2 earbuds are better then the orignals. While keeping the same look they sound better, last longer and have a better connection.
RHA’s TrueConnect 2 uses an AirPod design. This is the use of the tip coming out the end. There are no wings or clips to hold them in, but I never needed for them when I used these. Each earbud has a large button on it, it’s easy to press, but there isn’t any tactile feedback. This becomes obvious when clicks aren’t registered. Play/Pause is controlled with a single click from either ear. While volume is controlled via the right earbud, with song skipping controlled via the left earbud. Google Assitant can be accessed via a long click from either earbud.
The charging case is a work of art. There is a USB-C port on the back for all your quick charging needs. They have added some soft subtle white LEDs to track the charging of the earphones. They use a soft-touch plastic, along with aluminum and a hinge. This allows for a smooth opening and easy access to the earphones.
RHA TrueConnect 2 Specifications
- Noise Cancellation: Physical Noise Isolation
- Driver: 6mm Dynamic
- Frequency Range: 20 – 20,000 Hz
- Sensitivity: 98 dB
- Impedance: 100 Ohm
Bass is really good, and I was blown away. Treble sounded great, and I found the mids to be punchy. The sound overall is head and shoulders above the originals. TrueConnect 2 is designed to create a passive noise isolating fit, and a refined driver results in RHA quality sound with more power.
RHA used Bluetooth 5, upgraded chipsets and improved software. This allowed the TrueConnect 2 to work smarter. New dual-microphones focus on your voice and remove background noise from call audio for exceptional clarity.
Battery life is good, with 9 hours per charge, a further 35 in the charging case, and an hour from just 10 minutes fast charge; the TrueConnect 2 will be there for it all.
Overall, the RHA TrueConnect 2 earbuds are a great choice, and RHA have learnt from their mistakes on the previous version.
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