RHA is a Scottish, Glasgow-based manufacturer of audio products primarily focused on headphones and perhaps best known for their MA750 in-ear monitors. In terms of build and sound quality, the MA750 punched well above its monetary weight ($120). In this review, we’ll find out if the same can be said for the RHA MA750 Wireless, essentially a wireless variant of the well-received MA750.
With a price tag of $170, the RHA MA750 Wireless can be considered the company’s flagship wireless product. That’s a fairly hefty amount of money to ask for a pair of in-ear headphones, wireless or not, but a quick glance at its spec sheet reveals that the MA750 Wireless ticks all the right boxes. It’s based on a so-called neckband concept, which I’ll describe in greater detail on the next pages, and boasts a 12-hour battery life, Bluetooth aptX support, NFC connectivity, IPX4 rating for splash and sweat resistance, stainless steel outer casings, and several other interesting features you’d have every right to expect at this price point.
- Model 560.1 dynamic speaker drivers (neodymium magnet)
- 16-22.000 Hz frequency response (specified by the manufacturer)
- In-ear design
- Bluetooth 4.1 (SBC, AAC, aptX) and NFC connectivity
- 12-hour battery life (specified by the manufacturer)
- IPX4 rating (splash and sweat resistance)
- Built-in audio controls (Play/Pause, Previous/Next, Volume Up/Down, answering phone calls)
- Built-in microphone for phone calls
- 0.5 m rubberized USB-C charging cable
- 9 pairs of replacement ear tips (silicone, Comply foam)
- Carrying pouch
- Weight: 41 g