Summary: Bassheads on a budget and in need of a set of durable in-ears - look no further. The RHA MA350s are perfectly equipped to deliver a lot of bass and sub bass. Compared to other cheaper in-ears, they deliver the bass and sub bass without sacrificing too much midrange detail, which is really nice.
Pros: Great bass and sub bass for the price, Midrange sufficiently detailed, Good build quality, Durable cable, Good bundle, Nice tips, Good price, Above average comfort, Small and durable jack
Cons: Tonality geared for bass heads, Treble performance not that great, Braided cable means lots of microphonic noise, The ear pieces are quite large
Excerpt: Is there anyone not making headphones at this point? There are so many brands of headphones on the market now, one has to wonder if anyone is purchasing loudspeakers. Based on the number of high-end loudspeaker manufacturers rushing earphone and headphone products to market it would appear that the...
Pros: Great value for the money, Excellent build construction, Laid back and balanced sounding, Kick the crap out of the Apple earbuds, Excellent noise isolation
Cons: Lightweight bass response, Don't recreate the sense of space as well as competing (but more expensive) products
Summary: The RHA MA350 headphones have, for me, redefined the $40 price point. With an all aluminum construction, 10mm driver, braided fabric-covered cable, and a compact and light-weight design, RHA thought about everything.
Pros: Light, High quality materials, Well extended bass, Price
Cons: Bass heavy, Fabric covered cable tends to kink, Left/Right markings hard to read
Summary: First, I’d like to thank the folks at RHA for sending me a pair of the MA-350 to review.
RHA is a name I’ll admit I’m not immediately familiar with, so when an email fell into my inbox, offering me a chance to review their MA-350 model IEM, I admit I was a bit skeptical.
Summary: Thanks to RHA for sending me a pair of these to review!
What we have here is a headphone that I can only describe as incredible. Very impressive
Accessories - 3 sizes of round silicone tips and soft carrying pouch.
Build and Design- The MA-350 has a very nice aluminum housing that holds the driver.
Pros: Detailed, incredible subbass performance, great build
Cons: Stock tips lose seal easily with my ears, microphonic cable unless worn over-ear.
Summary: This isn't really a straight copy from my blog post here, but it still is a copy. More pictures and more in-depth look is in this 5-part review-journal.
==][==Classy Commuter: Final impressions of the RHA MA350==][==
A huge thank you to Reid Heath Audio and warrenpchi for making this review...
Pros: Good quality bass (esp. the subbass); small, funnel shape ensures comfort for longer commutes; midrange and treble are still high quality
Cons: Cable can get tangle if not stored in the cloth pouch; tips could be a bit stiff and tight the first time around; forward bass might not be for some
Summary: First off, I would like to thank RHA for sending me the MA350's for a review!
I am going to get right into the review now.
Driver size: 10mm Mylar
Frequency range: 16-22,000Hz
Rated/max power: 3/10mW
When I first received the MA350's and opened them, the...
Reid Heath Audio is somewhat of a new comer to the world of audio. Their main branch, Reid Heath Ltd. is still not very big. However, their company represenatives were homley and their web page yells humble.
Pros: Clean sound, highs and mids well responding with a good bass
Cons: Harsh upper mids, and extremely poor build durability