NEWS – Does anyone at RHA ever sleep? Every time I wrap up a review or news item, they come out with something new and cool. This time, it’s their first totally wireless earphone, the TrueConnect true wireless in-ear headphone. It comes with an IPX5 rating, so they should be sweat-proof for those warm, outdoor activities.
The TrueConnect earphone has a stem similar to the Apple AirPod, but shorter. RHA (Reid Heath Acoustics) states that the stem has an in-built antenna which uses a powerful Bluetooth 5 connection. The stem crucially places the microphone closer to the user’s mouth, producing clearer and more detailed call quality. The earpieces are a low-profile design that features easy-to-use button controls that provide freedom from devices.
The earpieces have a five-hour battery life, with another four charges of five hours (25 hours total) in the case. A straightforward light display makes battery level instantly apparent. The effortless case design can be opened with one hand. Charging is complete in one hour and forty minutes and fast charging delivers 50% battery life in fifteen minutes.
“We believe we have come up with the most sophisticated true wireless earphones on the market; delivering great battery life, an intuitive user interface, and an elegant, single-handed opening mechanism. The metal finish was something we wanted, to ensure it was immediately recognizable as an RHA product,” says Kyle Hutchison, head of product design at RHA.
This is becoming a cliché, but once again, RHA has come out with an affordable product that many people are going to want.
The TrueConnect true wireless in-ear headphone will be available on October 18 for $169.95. Visit RHA for more information.