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
Conclusion: 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. While I found them too bass-heavy for my liking, they really don't have any downsides sonically. If you are on the market for a $40 earbud, these should definitely be on your list.
Pros: Light, High quality materials, Well extended bass, Price
Cons: Bass heavy, Fabric covered cable tends to kink, Left/Right markings hard to read