RHA triples their wireless options

NEWS – In my 2014 review of the Read Heath Audio’s MA750i in-ear headphone, I stated, “With all the innovations and improvements resulting in the MA750, where do they go from here? Stay tuned.” Well, it’s 2018 and RHA’s innovations have led us to this: Three wireless versions of RHA’s most popular models. RHA has reworked their 390, 650 and 750 earphones into wireless cousins. 

The affordable and lightweight MA390 wireless earbuds feature 8-hour battery life that charges via USB-C. They are IPX4 rated—sweatproof & water resistant, and have a 32ft. Bluetooth range with the ability to sync with two devices at once. You can switch between music, calls and digital assistant functions (Siri, Cortana & Google Assistant) at the touch of a button. They feature a flexible neckband for durable comfort in any environment.

The MA390 wireless is available on Amazon for $69.95 US.

With their 12 hour battery life, LED battery level indicator and power saving auto off function, the MA650 Wireless in-ear headphones are a step up from the MA390 wireless. An easy-pairing NFC chip quickly connects your device to Android phones (sorry, Apple). A remote and microphone sports track and call control, with full compatibility for all digital assistants. RHA’s noise isolating aerophonic design delivers clear sound via its 380.1 driver and high grade 6063 aluminum build.

The MA650 wireless is available on Amazon for $99.95 US.

The MA750 wireless is RHA’s best combining premium metal construction, sophisticated design and accurate and balanced audio. There are 12 hours playback with 30 days of standby. The MA750 wireless also features high fidelity aptX Bluetooth and AAC streaming for compatible devices,  digital assistant control via remote and mic, noise isolating, aerophonic design in steel and are sweat and splashproof with and IPX4 rating.

The MA750 wireless is available on Amazon for $169.95 US.

All have an RHA 3-year warranty. Visit RHA for more information.

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