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. The bass is really powerful and definitely makes for a good experience with hip-hop, R&B, and electronic music in general.
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: We recently reviewed the SA-500 headphones from RHA - a division of the Reid and Health Group - a British audio company based in Glasgow, with the can's performance impressing us, so we were very interested to see how the brand's MA-350 noise isolating earbuds would fare. While the manufacturer offers three different headphone models, the MA-350 are the only in-ear option it has.
Pros: Non-tangle cable, noise isolation, good audio