RHA MA650 Wireless review

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  • RHA MA650 Wireless
  • RHA MA650 Wireless
  • RHA MA650 Wireless
  • RHA MA650 Wireless
  • RHA MA650 Wireless
  • RHA MA650 Wireless

Specs / Features


Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Specification
Warranty (Months) 36 months
Release date October 25, 2017
Size
Weight N/A

Critic Reviews


TechPowerUp

A good pair of neckband-style in-ear wireless headphones

from TechPowerUp

The RHA MA650 Wireless in-ear headphones have a lot going for them. They are built well, very comfortable to wear, and don't have a tendency to fall out even when being worn in a gym or on a run. Their IPX4 rating means they have no problem being splashed by rain or soaked with sweat. Thanks to t...More

The RHA MA650 Wireless in-ear headphones have a lot going for them. They are built well, very comfortable to wear, and don't have a tendency to fall out even when being worn in a gym or on a run. Their IPX4 rating means they have no problem being splashed by rain or soaked with sweat. Thanks to that, even though primarily made for working out, there's nothing stopping you from using them on a run.

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KnowTechie

Solid earbuds for the price

from KnowTechie

At less than $90, the RHA MA650 Wireless are great sounding, great looking, and come with all the accessories you could want.

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At less than $90, the RHA MA650 Wireless are great sounding, great looking, and come with all the accessories you could want.

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Good Housekeeping

A solid pair of in-ear wireless headphones for exercise

Good Housekeeping

The earbuds are comfortable and give you plenty of listening time. The design may not be for everyone but it works well.

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The earbuds are comfortable and give you plenty of listening time. The design may not be for everyone but it works well.

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MajorHifi

These earphones sound pretty, pretty, pretty good

from MajorHifi

If you’re okay with the neckband, and your priority is great sound, durability and versatility, then there’s not much to think about.

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If you’re okay with the neckband, and your priority is great sound, durability and versatility, then there’s not much to think about.

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Forbes

Affordable wireless earbuds

from Forbes

The aluminum aerophonic design of the buds themselves gives a premium look, and helps them to sound better than expected for the price. If you’re looking for wireless earbuds but are on a budget, make a point of checking out the MA650 buds from Scotland’s RHA Technologies.

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The aluminum aerophonic design of the buds themselves gives a premium look, and helps them to sound better than expected for the price. If you’re looking for wireless earbuds but are on a budget, make a point of checking out the MA650 buds from Scotland’s RHA Technologies.

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Headphone Review

Good value for money

from Headphone Review

The RHA MA650 Wireless headphones have a lot to offer. They feature a relatively nice design, are pretty comfortable despite the fact that they seem to fall out a lot, and sound decent. They’re not perfect — as mentioned, they can fall out a lot, and there’s a somewhat frustrating high mid...More

The RHA MA650 Wireless headphones have a lot to offer. They feature a relatively nice design, are pretty comfortable despite the fact that they seem to fall out a lot, and sound decent. They’re not perfect — as mentioned, they can fall out a lot, and there’s a somewhat frustrating high mid boost — but at $100, those are negligible issues.

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Business Insider

Affordable wireless headphones that actually sound good

from Business Insider

All in all, I'm just here to tell you that I really like these headphones. They're affordable, high-quality, wireless, and extremely comfortable. The sound competes with my Bose pair, and though not completely mind-blowing, it's pretty solid for small in-ear buds.

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All in all, I'm just here to tell you that I really like these headphones. They're affordable, high-quality, wireless, and extremely comfortable. The sound competes with my Bose pair, and though not completely mind-blowing, it's pretty solid for small in-ear buds.

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Android Central

Made for Android, made with care

from Android Central

Excellent build quality, superb sound, and plenty of customization options — plus a working three-button remote on Android phones — makes this an obvious choice for those who don't want to move to Bluetooth just yet.

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Excellent build quality, superb sound, and plenty of customization options — plus a working three-button remote on Android phones — makes this an obvious choice for those who don't want to move to Bluetooth just yet.

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Digit

A great mix of sturdiness, high fidelity audio and connectivity

from Digit

The RHA MA650 Wireless is doing a lot of things well. It’s a super-comfortable, performance workhorse that can easily become a daily driver for those who have a slightly more discerning ear for audio. With its sweat and splash damage resistance, it can even be a great workout companion.

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The RHA MA650 Wireless is doing a lot of things well. It’s a super-comfortable, performance workhorse that can easily become a daily driver for those who have a slightly more discerning ear for audio. With its sweat and splash damage resistance, it can even be a great workout companion.

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Digital Trends

A sublime combination of clarity and comfort

from Digital Trends

The MA650 won’t knock your socks off in terms of audio reproduction, but they’re extremely comfortable, with a respectable battery life and a laundry list of useful features. They perform well enough – and consistently enough – that we can dismiss minor concerns about tonality. At $100 or less, they’re a good buy.

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The MA650 won’t knock your socks off in terms of audio reproduction, but they’re extremely comfortable, with a respectable battery life and a laundry list of useful features. They perform well enough – and consistently enough – that we can dismiss minor concerns about tonality. At $100 or less, they’re a good buy.

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