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Overall 10

RHA MA600i headphones

4 October 2014
  • 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.
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RHA MA600i In-Ear Headphones Review

Gear Diary
19 November 2013
Overall 10

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The Gadget Show
20 November 2014
  • 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...
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RHA MA600 review

16 December 2013
  • 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.
  • 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
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