Excerpt: RHA has announced a pair of new, premium, in-ear headphones. The MA600i and MA750i headphones feature handmade drivers, in-line controls, and a number of convenience features unique to the company. These are the highest priced headphones the company has made to date and represent the pinnacle of their technology.
Summary: These are an absolute steal. They're packed with features (including a choice of two wearing styles), come with a three-year warranty, and make pricier alternatives look way too expensive. If you're on a budget, and need a pair of noise-isolating headphones that can take calls too, these will be music to your ears.
Excerpt: Of the two models, MA600i is closer to traditional in design. Picture a megaphone made from silver aluminum with its smallest point covered in silicone rubber and its other end capped with a black cover; that’s MA600i, a hybrid between earbuds and canalphones in shape and size. Standard gauge gray translucent cabling leads to a black, diamond-machined metal Y-splitter, a silver remote and microphone tube with black plastic buttons, and a black L-shaped headphone plug...
Summary: There’s an ocean of budget headphones out there, and while some are clearly total rubbish, others are really rather brilliant . But sometimes you want to treat yourself with something just a little more opulent. In which case, you’ll want to check out the RHA MA600s, the luxury option at the affordable end of in-ear headphones.
Pros: Lovely build quality, A whole bunch of bundled accessories, Detailed sound
Cons: Inline mic version costs an extra £10, Bass is a bit flabby