Wednesday, September 12th 2012

RHA Launching New Headphones in Apple Stores

British Audio Company RHA is officially launching its critically-acclaimed range of "Made for iPod/ iPhone/iPad" headphones in the USA. Founded in 2008, RHA spent 3 years in research and development before launching in Spring 2011 and have quickly become known for cutting edge sound and quality design matched with peerless customer service. Their new in-ear MA450i and on-ear SA950i headphones incorporate optimized drivers and RHA’s signature flat response to produce clear, rich audio that delivers balanced sound with textured bass and outstanding clarity through the mid and high frequencies.

The in-ear MA450i and on-ear SA950i include an in-line three button remote and mic which control calls, music and volume on your Apple device. In addition, the headphones come equipped with fabric braided cables, gold plated connections and a three year international warranty.

MA450i
The noise isolating in-ear MA450i (SSP $49.95) is a high specification earphone machined from solid, aircraft-grade aluminium. 10mm drivers are housed within unique, aerophonically designed earphones engineered to produce outstanding audio. The MA450i comes packaged with seven sets of dual density eartips and a 1.5m fabric braided cable equipped with an Apple® specified three button in-line remote.

SA950i
The on-ear SA950i (SSP $59.95) feature 40mm titanium-coated drivers and dynamic neodymium magnets in a compact supra aural design to produce studio-quality sound in a portable unit. The lightweight SA950i’s also use contour-forming earcups attached to adjustable chrome sliders for a secure and comfortable fit as well as a 1.2m detachable, fabric braided cable with in-line remote.

The RHA MA450i earphone in Black or White and the SA950i headphone will be available exclusively from Apple Retail Stores and Apple.com.
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4 Comments on RHA Launching New Headphones in Apple Stores

#1
BumbleBee
soon as you see those Apple inline remotes... :(
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#2
Depth
by: BumbleBee
soon as you see those Apple inline remotes... :(
Cut it out and solder the wire back together.

Think different.
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#3
phanbuey
or just get a different wire... those have miniplug to miniplug wires, so you can actually get a much better (braided) wire to use.
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#4
BumbleBee
the cable just tells you what kind of product this is. I wouldn't reterminate a headphone this cheap.
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