Never heard of RHA headphones? Neither had I...

Please excuse the brevity of this post, but there's a very good reason. The kind folks at RHA, based in Scotland, sent me over a set of their MA350 in-ear headphones to review and, after some initial testing and photography, I foolishly lent them to my wife to 'try'. Who liked them a lot and lent them to a relative to 'try'. And I haven't been able to get them back since.

From which I can draw two conclusions:
  1. Never lend out stuff you really want back
  2. The RHA headphones made a very positive impression with each of us

Hey ho. I was very impressed by the build quality, from the aluminium speaker housing 'cones' to the anti-tangle material coating on the cable, while audio was clear and distortion free. If I had to be picky, it would be that there wasn't as much bass as with the same music tracks on my Monster in-ear headphones, though in fairness the RHA MA350 are only a third the price.

As a replacement for a generic 3-pole set of in-ear headphones, it's hard to beat the RHA set at the price, so they come with my recommendation. Now, please, I want them back....


Matt Leech said…
Many years ago (a couple of decades in fact) a friend of mine gave me a succinct version of your 'conclusion 1':

"Something lent is something lost".

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