Summary: The RHA MA600i is a fantastic addition to everyone’s earphone collection, because they just spice up your listening experience. In addition, it’s also equipped with a comfortable housing, and last but not least it boasts a 3 year warranty (almost unheard of in the earphone world, especially one in...
Pros: built well, 3 year warranty, very comfortable, bassy, crisp treble, fun sounding
Cons: not for those looking for neutral sound, driver flex present, mids recessed(albeit decently clear)
Summary: Many thanks to RHA Audio for providing this free review sample.
The MA600 is tuned as a V shape. For those who don't know what that means, a V shaped tuning means the treble and bass have been tuned to sound more forward and aggressive then the mids.
Pros: Good fun sound, good build quality, well priced, nice tonality, good detailing in the mids
Cons: lack of strain relief, to much bass if you're not a bass head, bass leeches into lower mids
First of all I’d like to thank RHA for providing me with this sample unit. This is actually the first time I heard of this company and wasn’t expecting too much to be honest. But I have to admit I am quite surprised at how good this IEM sounds for its price point (around $90.00 I think?).
Pros: Rich and deep bass, spacious sound, easy on the ears, good fit, good build quality, 3 year warranty, nice packaging
Cons: There is the potential for mid-bass bleed, treble is a bit laid back and unrefined, provided tips didn't fit my ears
Summary: RHA MA-600 Review
I was given a sample of the RHA MA600 (Thank you RHA!) to review. They arrived on Monday of Thanksgiving week with the request that I get some impressions up by Thanksgiving…so here are my initial impressions.
Pros: Build quality, aesthetics, sound quality when EQ'd
Excerpt: When I look for headphones, sound quality is important, but more and more I choose due to durability and comfort. What use are a great sounding pair of headphones if they fail after a short time on the go?
Summary: RHA MA-600i Quick Review
Full Review at http://www.head-fi.org/t/688636/rha-ma-600i-review
Thanks to RHA for the sample.
Brief: More potent teeny tiny invers trumpets.
Price: £60 for the i version £50 for no mic.
Pros: BASS!!!! TREBLE!!! Build and warranty
Cons: Subtle acoustically like a brick to the face then punch in the guts.
Summary: The basics These RHA in-ear headphones are noise isolating, which means they don’t use electronics to dull the sound of your surroundings like some. Instead their tips just block up your earholes so all you can hear is the music. Simple, but effective.
Pros: You'll find plenty of ear tips in the box, so they should fit your lugholes no matter what size and shape they are. Which is good news, seeing as the noise-isolating feature relies on them doing just that. A hard carry case comes as standard too, to keep them protected when you're travelling. The...
Cons: The noise-isolating isn't perfect - you'll still hear some sounds from the real world while walking around listening to your tunes. But that's to be expected at this price. If you want proper bona fide silence imposed on your shell-likes, you’re better off getting an over-ear pair to put your ear...