Superb sound from these headphones!.... but not fond of braded Y-cable.
Michael Leahy, Amazon
23 March 2013
Summary: Superior sound from these headphones. I had started out considering the "Fanny Wang On-Ear Wangs - Black" Fanny Wang On-Ear Wangs - Black now available for the reduced price of £89.99 on amazon, normally £120-£150, but I had one annoying question that wouldn't go away -how much more would my ears feel the additional sound quality!? of the Wang's. After researching some reviews, I came across "RHA" and at £16.95 these CA-200 wouldn't go away.
Summary: Maybe not the best headphones in the world, but for the price you'd be hard stretched to find better. These are very comfortable fit and can be worn for long periods with no problem. They have very good bass and crystal clear sound. Unless you wish to spend a lot more, I would thouroughly recoment these headphones.
Summary: If you can handle the colour, these were about twenty quid cheaper than the same model in black when I bought them, these headphones are good value. Perhaps a bit brighter than other phones - I haven't run them in enough yet, so they might dull down a wee bit with more use - what sold them for me was the detachable cable, I've ruined a couple of other pairs with cable related mishaps.
Summary: For the price you get a great sound and although the construction appears a little cheap it is in fact very well designed. Another solid pair from the company that are making big waves in the phones market.
Summary: The RHA CA-200s are a fantastic buy for the price with sound quality that easily surpasses the supposedly better headphones in the £50 to £60 price range such as the AKG K518 and K450. The RHAs are able to adequately tackle both high and low ends with only a small amount of "muddiness" present on the occasional (very) bass dependent track and the sound reproduction is fantastic for a wide range of music, spanning from neoclassical (Anoice - The Black Rain) to electronic...
Summary: I spent quite a while trying to find a decent pair of headphones for the price, looking through countless reviews, and ending up deciding on these. Long-story-short: - They do feel cheap - The cable IS SO FRICKIN NOISY (but fine once you've music playing) - Cable is short as heck. I bought these to plug into my amp...extension needed!
Summary: I feel compelled to sing the praises of these little gems! When you look at the price tag of £30 your expectations may be fairly low,but think again because these beauties are a total steal at this price! Close your eyes and you could easily be listening on a set of cans at double the price!
Summary: I wanted some over/around-the-ear headphones to replace the in-ear buds that came with my MP3 player; they were adequate, but inclined to cause your own pulse/heartbeat to be a part of low level listening due to the contact they made within the ear canal; i also had a pair of Sennheiser wireless/radio frequency on-ear cans, that were well over twice the price of the RHAs, impressive acoustically, but ON-EAR, which invariably gives me ear-ache; my increasingly hard of...
Awesome! But don't look as awesome as you'd think.
8 March 2012
Summary: I spent ages looking through headphone reviews before I bought a pair, with a budget of under 50, and these definitely came out on top with only one 1-star review for some reason that doesn't concern me, and mostly all the rest 4 and 5 star. I'm not some sound expert DJ whizz but these sound pretty damn good (and I haven't 'broken them in' yet, whether that whole thing is a myth or not), they sound great, feel great; fitting nicely over my...
Summary: As a previously dedicated user of in-ear headphones, i'd always put off buying a "proper" set of cans, mainly due to their perceived general clunkiness and their ridiculous price-range. Like many I thought that I would have to shell out at least £100-plus for anything remotely decent, that was until i came across the CA-200's by chance on Amazon following a previous recommendation from a friend.