RHA MA750 Wireless review

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  • RHA MA750 Wireless
  • RHA MA750 Wireless
  • RHA MA750 Wireless
  • RHA MA750 Wireless
  • RHA MA750 Wireless
  • RHA MA750 Wireless

Specs / Features


12 hour battery life | Noise isolating, aerophonic design in steel | High fidelity aptX and AAC streaming for compatible devices | Sweat and Splashproof to Ipx4 | 3 year warranty

12 hour battery life | Noise isolating, aerophonic design in steel | High fidelity aptX and AAC streaming for compatible devices | Sweat and Splashproof to Ipx4 | 3 year warranty

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Specification

Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Usability Features
Water Resistant Yes
Brand RHA
Model 601040
Warranty 36 months
Weight 41 grams
(1.45 ounces)

Critic Reviews


The Gadgeteer

Great for everyday use whether indoors or out

from The Gadgeteer

The MA750 Wireless earphones bright-leaning sound signature may not be your preference, but if you’re a fan of accuracy, wireless and durability, the MA750s may be what you’re looking for.

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The MA750 Wireless earphones bright-leaning sound signature may not be your preference, but if you’re a fan of accuracy, wireless and durability, the MA750s may be what you’re looking for.

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TrustedReviews

Deliver a more faithful sound, which some might find harsh

from TrustedReviews

The RHA MA750 Wireless are solid wireless commuter earphones that don’t try to make a swift exit off your head as soon as you go for a run or head to the gym. And that’s an issue more common than you might expect with neckband headphones. They have some nice up-to-date touches such as USB-C charging too.

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The RHA MA750 Wireless are solid wireless commuter earphones that don’t try to make a swift exit off your head as soon as you go for a run or head to the gym. And that’s an issue more common than you might expect with neckband headphones. They have some nice up-to-date touches such as USB-C charging too.

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Fone Arena

One of the best wireless options in its price bracket

from Fone Arena

The sonic representation is more or less neutral with a slight bias towards the top end. We loved the clarity and how well the headphones are able to resolve music. The comfort level and battery life too plays a big role in making this a very well rounded package.

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The sonic representation is more or less neutral with a slight bias towards the top end. We loved the clarity and how well the headphones are able to resolve music. The comfort level and battery life too plays a big role in making this a very well rounded package.

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Ausdroid

Truly meets the expectations of the price tag

from Ausdroid

The Nokia 8110 made its first appearance in the original Matrix movie and this last couple of weeks I’ve been travelling down nostalgia lane with the 2018 update to this classic phone. The hardware I’ll be brutal for a moment here: by current market standards, the hardware on the 2018 refresh...More

The Nokia 8110 made its first appearance in the original Matrix movie and this last couple of weeks I’ve been travelling down nostalgia lane with the 2018 update to this classic phone. The hardware I’ll be brutal for a moment here: by current market standards, the hardware on the 2018 refresh of the 8810 is not great, in fact it would probably be considered by most as a low end phone at best.

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VR-Zone

A surprisingly good budget option

from VR-Zone

If you are aiming to make the switch from a good pair of wired earphones to one that is wireless, the MA750 might be the pair for you since it still preserves the niche quality while offering mobility.

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If you are aiming to make the switch from a good pair of wired earphones to one that is wireless, the MA750 might be the pair for you since it still preserves the niche quality while offering mobility.

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KitGuru

An impressive pair of wireless earphones

from KitGuru

A very solid wireless earphone – in every sense of the word. Some may find the treble a bit exuberant, but the overall sound is clean and enjoyable.

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A very solid wireless earphone – in every sense of the word. Some may find the treble a bit exuberant, but the overall sound is clean and enjoyable.

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Gadgets Now

Excellent beats at a slightly steep price

from Gadgets Now

The only place where the earphones struck out was the price. At a price of Rs 11,999 these have stiff competition.

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The only place where the earphones struck out was the price. At a price of Rs 11,999 these have stiff competition.

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Pocket-lint

Classy in-ears for budget-conscious buyers

from Pocket-lint

As RHA's first pair of wireless in-ears, the MA750 is very good. Durable and well-made using classy materials, the battery lasts ages, while the sound profile is solid. Wearing them for extended periods is easy thanks to the choice of tips and the lightweight, ignore-able design, too.

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As RHA's first pair of wireless in-ears, the MA750 is very good. Durable and well-made using classy materials, the battery lasts ages, while the sound profile is solid. Wearing them for extended periods is easy thanks to the choice of tips and the lightweight, ignore-able design, too.

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BGR

Average audio, but good battery life

from BGR

The RHA MA750 features premium metallic earpieces and it is comfortable to wear too. NFC connectivity for easy pairing and battery life of up to 10 hours are some of the things that go in its favor. However, the audio quality is not that good in my opinion.

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The RHA MA750 features premium metallic earpieces and it is comfortable to wear too. NFC connectivity for easy pairing and battery life of up to 10 hours are some of the things that go in its favor. However, the audio quality is not that good in my opinion.

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Digital Trends

Middling sound keeps the handsome RHA MA750 Wireless short of greatness

from Digital Trends

There’s no denying the MA750 Wireless’ excellent build quality, making for a pair of Bluetooth headphones that are equally durable as they are comfortable. We wish those first visual impressions extended to the sound quality, though.

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There’s no denying the MA750 Wireless’ excellent build quality, making for a pair of Bluetooth headphones that are equally durable as they are comfortable. We wish those first visual impressions extended to the sound quality, though.

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