Summary: First off, I would like to thank RHA for providing @C.C.S.. and I with review sets. I would also like to thank C.C.S. for nominating me for the review sample.
Gear used for review:
PC → Project H (Custom Cirrus Logic CS4398 DAC and O2 with OPA2134 opamps)
iPod Classic → Silver LOD → Fiio E07k
Inside the box:
The box looks very nice and professional overall:
Inside the box, you get a great set of accessories.
About two weeks ago, I was selected to be a member of a review program that RHA was holding for their MA600 and MA750 IEMs. I had not heard any of RHA’s IEMs at that point and was only vaguely familiar with them and their growing reputation. However, I could not miss out on the potential opportunity to receive a free pair of earphones, so I nominated myself and a friend for the program. He and I both received a pair of MA750 for review.
Summary: Recently on Head-fi forums I was approached by another member to contribute in a competition RHA Team were holding to review their new MA750 dynamic based IEM. I knew very little about the company from Glasgow UK or any of their offerings in the past, I didn't even know how much MA750 was worth on receiving them which I think we can look at in a positive way, going in fresh! I'd like to thank RHA Team for the review sample as it's been a pleasant surprise indeed.
Pros: Deep sub-bass extension. Natural timbre, Impressive mid range attack, 3 year warranty, Sensible pricing.
Cons: Slight mid bass bloat, some vocal sibilance with certain DAPs, Fit might be bothersome for some.
Summary: First, I’d like to say a big thanks to the RHA team for generously arranging the review competition and for choosing H20Fidelity and I. To be perfectly honest, I hadn’t heard of RHA before this year, when I saw some reviews of their products on Head-Fi. From what I read, the MA750 that we were sent is currently their flagship, followed by their MA600.
Pros: Great Bass. Nice Packaging & Accessories, Excellent Value
Summary: I´m not good to write something about audio stuffs and to write in english but i hope that my experience helps somebody.
For health problems with my ears, i sold all my headphone stuffs.
in my headphone experience history, i had some good amplifiers like Little-Dot MKVI and a unique and massive balanced beta-22.
I had some headphones like Grado HP-2, Sennheiser HD-800, AKG K-1000, Beyerdynamic T1, Ultrasone Edition 10, Audeze LCD-2, Hifiman He-500 and He-6, etc. etc.
Summary: This is my first review on Head-Fi, so forgive me for my trip ups and lack of jargon, as I simply do not have the knowledge or experience to accurately describe everything I hear and feel.
That being said, I deliberated over my purchase of these IEM's for quite a while. For a few months, I had a toss-up between the GR07 BE, Sennheiser CX985, Rock-It R50 and RHA MA-750i. Any one of these purchases would be my 'step' into new territory: triple-digits audio gear.
Pros: Soundstage, detailing, clean bass, separation, comfort once you get used to it, accessories, build quality, customer support.
Cons: Bad recordings don't sound great, comfort in the beginning, some QC in regards to package cleanliness.
Summary: Contrary to my intentions of reviewing these when I first got them (similar to my other reviews), I was forced to wait 2 months from their date of arrival. I've found this to be ideal, as it kept me from writing before getting to know the headphones first, especially since I was coming from a longtime close friendship with the RE0s. Here goes...
Pros: That bass (warm and round, it's a massage to my inner ear), detailed, no edges, technically fantastic, relaxing
Cons: Where have the mids/treble gone? No edges, polite, not exciting
Summary: RHA MA-750i Quick Review
Full review at http://www.head-fi.org/t/687690/rha-ma-750i-review
Thanks to RHA for the sample.
Brief: Timberal and tonal extraordinaire.
Price: £90 or for no mic £80, in Americaland US$130 and US$120.
Specification: Drivers 560.1 Dynamic, Frequency range 16-22,000Hz, Impedance 16ohms, Sensitivity 100db, Rated/max power 1/5mW, Weight 36g, Cable 1.35m, reinforced, OFC, Connections 3.5mm, gold plated.
Pros: Tone and timbre are excellent, build quality is epic. Strings shine.
Cons: Highs want to be too exuberant. Not forgiving of poor bitrates or mastering.
Summary: I love the wide choice of headphones available, but with In-ears you can't demo or test, I've always sworn by Bose, our home is a complete shrine to bose so a natural choice to me are the bose in ears, for which i purchased the QC20i's at £259... what a huge waste of money... again, proving my point how hard it is to demo such products... after researching reviews, comments etc...
Summary: I work in an office with two people constantly chattering at each other which I find quite annoying to listen to, so I bought these to block out some of the noise. When you play music, not soft, quiet music, but normal pop music, all noise is blocked out. However, when I listen to audiobooks or quiet music, I can still hear some background noise, including typing on the keyboard and clicking mouses.