Excerpt: When it comes to selecting a new set of headphones, I’m the sort of person who’s most interested in the complete package, which is to say that I want it all, more or less. I’m not necessarily looking for skull-rattling bass or couture fashion, for instance, but that’s not to suggest that I want something
The first thing that I would do before really listening to music with the MA450i is to fit them correctly in your ears with the right ear-tips. If you are not using the ear-tips that fit your ears the best your listening experience is not going to be that good.
For me I use headphones or earbuds to help me concentrate. When I put them on they drown out the noise around me and the music I listen to allows me to “get in the zone” and get work done.
Pros: – Smooth and clear sound, – Available in both black and white, – Inline volume control and microphone, – Seven included eartips, – Made of quality materials
Excerpt: Our friends at RHA recently sent me a pair of MA450i noise isolating aluminum earphones. Featuring a dynamic speaker for high definition sound with full bass, a fabric braided cable for reduced tangling and prolonged cable life, and a remote and microphone that works with most modern smartphones, it’s clear that the company has put some thought into the design, with usability in mind. But first, let’s look at the specs.
Excerpt: Last time we gave you the full break-down on RHA's SA950i on-ear headphones and we were thoroughly impressed. Now we're back ears-on with RHA's MA450i in-ear headphones which we definitely have high standards for. Boasting both excellent build quality and superior sound at an affordable price, RHA is not out to drain your wallet but to satisfy the audiophile in you. Head on past the break as we put these earphones to the test and give you our full review.
RHA MA450i Noise Isolating Earphones with Remote and Microphone review
31 December 2012
Excerpt: Recently, when I reviewed RHA’s MA350 earphones , I concluded that they were a perfect second pair of earphones that were great for commuting. I considered their $40 price a bargain. However, one major (for some) drawback was a lack of a mic for making and receiving phone calls – especially for any commuting. RHA has an answer for that with the RHA MA450i earphone with remote and microphone.
Pros: Great sound for the price, One of the best mics available, Solid construction, Good selection of tips
Excerpt: I consider myself borderline audiophile, though, I wouldn’t say “full fledged”. My wallet prevents such ventures. But for all intents and purposes, I love personal audio. Whether it be mp3 players or headphones, I’m on it. Trying out headphones of all price ranges is always something to take pleasure in.