Summary: Final Thoughts
When I first received the SA950i’s I was a little skeptical at how well they would sound and if they would even be comfortable at all. Boy was I impressed only after a few hours of use! Most importantly let’s talk about how they sound.
Pros: – Price, – Great sound quality, – Very comfortable, – Lightweight, – Inline controls and microphone
Cons: – Mostly made of plastic, – No carry case / bag included
Excerpt: The RHA SA950i headphones are designed to deliver professional audio in a compact and lightweight form factor. Featuring 40mm titanium-coated mylar drivers, a detachable 1.5 meter fabric braided cable, adjustable chrome sliders for a better fit, and gold plated connections, it certainly seems like a...
Summary: The RHA SA950is pose an alright value for money ratio if you use Apple i-devices. Unfortunately, there is no Android option, although it would only take minor modifications to the already separate cable.
Pros: i-device remote, 3 year warranty, Good bass, Good wearing comfort, Light weight, User replaceable cable, Durable cable
Cons: Comfort not perfect, Midrange and treble performance not ideal, No Android option, Build quality less than desirable for the price
Summary: It is a simple affair to adjust these headphones to fit and when placed over the ears they are quite comfortable. The lightweight construction coupled with the soft material that lines the speakers makes it easy to wear them for an extended period of time.
Conclusion: The SA950i’s are a well-designed pair of headphones that look as good as they feel. While we noted some apparent limitations, mostly having to do with inconsistency at the extremes of the frequency spectrum, what you do get from the 950i is clear and well-balanced.
Summary: Hey guys, so I recently had the pleasure of receiving a review sample of the recently released RHA SA950i (can be found at Apple stores and online for only $60) and wanted to share my thoughts on this can.
Pros: good sound, awesome price, lightweight, comfortable, detachable iPhone cable, isolates pretty well
Cons: ear pads could be better quality, highs a little subdued although this is better in protecting your hearing in loud environments
Summary: *Disclaimer!: I've spent the last month with several top-tier headphones and iems, most of which are priced over $1,000. This review may come off as somewhat unenthusiastic as a result, but bear in mind that I think this is a fantastic product, and RHA has achieved a great price point with the...
Pros: Great sound for the price, lightweight and comfortable, remote/mic.
Reid Heath Audio has been pushing out headphones these past year that many are beginning to take notice of. They are still new to the world of headphone audio and don't have too many headphone units out yet, but they do have a passion for audio, making it available world wide, and at...
Excerpt: It's hard for me to believe that the RHA SA950i on-ear headphones only retail for $60. Sonically, they perform much better than their price would indicate. While they may not be the most linear or accurate headphones I've tested, they are easily one of my favorites.
Conclusion: RHA has managed to make a headphone (and their earphones, as well) that most can afford and yet will still surprise them with quality reproduction of their favorite music. If you are still using the earbuds included with your device and are curious about headphones, you should give the SA950i a...