RHA adds personal Bluetooth to older aircraft … and more

NEWS – Here’s the scenario: You’re going on a business trip and have brought along your trusty noise-canceling Bluetooth headphones. You’re situated in your seat and realize you forgot your charger and your smartphone’s battery won’t last the length of the trip. Plus, you’re in an older aircraft that only has those proprietary dual-jack headphone ports and has no wi-fi. Ugh! Now what? RHA may have a solution: the RHA Wireless Flight Adapter.

The Wireless Flight Adapter is a Bluetooth device that plugs into those outdated in-flight entertainment system ports. You can pair (Bluetooth 5.0 with aptX) to your headphones and enjoy whatever the airline is offering via its entertainment system. 16 hour battery life with USB-C charging ensures that you’re covered for those long-haul flights as long as your headphone batteries hold out. It will also broadcast to two headphones simultaneously.

The small, easy-to-hold adapter has stereo mini plugs set on rotating pins, allowing them to sit in an optimal position for any airline seat or device, while folding away easily for safe storage. The Wireless Flight Adapter can also be used with any device with a single 3.5 mm audio port, mono or stereo, which means that it will work with portable gaming consoles.

The RHA Wireless Flight Adapter sells for $49.95 US with a 3-year warranty and is available now. Visit RHA and Amazon for more information.

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