RHA MA750i Noise Isolating Premium In-Ear Headphone with Remote and Microphone Review
The earphones look long lasting, as they are also visually enticing. The sound, with no burn at all, is rather nice; I did not anticipate these from iems. For my primary setup i use Beyerdynamic DT990 premium with a Schiit ASgard 2 and Bifrost Uber; i recognize with exactly what excellent sound is. The soundstage and detail is quite nice. Vocals might sound a bit thin, however, this was likewise the case with my DT990’s (till i purchased a DAC). People need to comprehend that a DAC can considerably effect things such as this. Thinking about the iems are playing off my Samsung S5, the sound is rather good. I had Klipsch S4 prior to this purchase. Soundstage, detail, and frequency variety is no contrast; these iems are far better. I had to purchase brand-new iems due to the Klipsch breaking twice in just over 2 years – when throughout warranty, and once from guarantee.
Both sets of the Klipsch headphones lasted just under a year with normal usage which was extremely frustrating and frankly, more than a little discouraging. To my ears, these sound flatter in action, more in-depth, cleaner and more focused than either set of the Klipsch S4s did. Vocals sound clean and lively and all instruments sound more like their particular selves usually speaking and my music sounds more energetic as a result.
There were constantly more pro’s than con’s. And the con’s were things very little like over the ear choice, or hi’s weren’t high enough, there were heavy, the cable was this or the cord was that. Things that could definitely be ignored, and definitely none were deal breakers. So because of this I chose to go with the RHA MA750. I didn’t want the 750i since I’m with Android. Nearly all of the 750i’s functions work with Android, other than the volume control. I would think the track control wouldn’t deal with Android instead of the volume, but hey, who the hell am I kidding? I’m not gon na go thru all the important things that I have currently read a bunch of times. Build quality, sound quality, accessories, or any of those things. It’s all good and won’t dissatisfy. The only grudge that I have is changing those dam earbuds, lol. It’s a job in itself, lol. I guess it took me like 10 to 15 minutes to do it. The silicone ones have a type of socket in them (hybrid I think it’s called). The fit is incredibly area on and tight. Your forefingers and thumbs will certainly feel it during the process. I had to moisten the outer edge of the housing as well as the within the insert of the silicone ones to get them to go on. You’re certainly gonna need the sized earbuds to guarantee an appropriate seal to optimize the sound. I have little ear canals so I had to use the pointers from my Skullcandy FMJ’s to obtain the fit that’s best for me. And they made a world of difference too.
If you are not using foam suggestions do yourself a favor and get some it took me a year to get on board, but now there is no looking back. I was using Klipsch X-10 buds, now thinking of selling them I never believed that would happen. I mostly use them when riding bikes since they cut the wind sound down and the volume does not have to be too loud on my iPod. I likewise use them for noise decrease when doing backyard work with mowers, weed eaters and blowers. The sound is very clear & crisp, has fantastic bass (the music sounds better with 192kbps or higher bitrate mp3s) and at full volume, it is truly loud but still felt rather comfortable. The earphones seem extremely well built. I absolutely like these and plan to use them often.
I have the MA 750i. While I was disappointed the volume controls do not work on my Android (understood this entering) I wanted the mic to take calls. The connection from the top of the mic to the wire has developed a split with two loops of stiff wire protruding. The set gets it’s regular dosage of tugs but absolutely nothing I can remember that would have damaged the wire. It appears like it might happen from wrapping and storing them, but I just ever use the case supplied. The earbuds have very crisp sound quality with excellent isolation. I managed to purchase these for $100, and for the rate, you cannot ask for much better sound quality. They also come with lots of ear pointers, which allow me to get a fit that is both comfy and efficiently noise decreasing.
The 750i headphones are wonderful earphones. After about 24 hours of break in, they sounded really good and open with great bass action. It sounds excellent with Techno, House, and HipHop. I you like music with a lot of bass, then I suggest you use the foam since it will bring out the bass compared to the silicones. I truly love the stainless steel due to the fact that it makes it look not flashy but good. The packaging showcases a reasonably flat frequency response curve; however, after lots of hours of burn in and use, they still come off a little bass-heavy. The bass is rich and punchy but frequently subdues other components of the track. These qualities render the MA750s as excellent well-rounded headphones for those who view motion pictures, play games, and listen to music.
The sound quality was miles above expectations, highs, mids and treble are all there. Exactly what makes these stand out from other good earbuds is the huge soundstage and dimensionality of the sound. The only downside I understand is that the drivers might be a bit laid back and speed metal sounds just a small bit puffed up, practically unnoticeably. The sound quality is much better in this one than in the T10i since its bass is much better controlled. I have not gotten the updated T10i, but I’m afraid it’ll sound the exact same. The thick cord and stainless-steel casing both feel exceptionally well made and I’ve had no problems with cable damage or scratches on the metal. One very minor grievance I have is that the volume buttons don’t work on my android phone, but for me, this wasn’t truly that much of an issue originating from a set of ear buds that didn’t the buttons at all. Despite this issue, the microphone works just great.
They sound excellent and have good bass. It’s not what I ‘d call effective bass, but they have great variety. They produce the lower frequencies that other earbuds do not. Since I cannot discover a set that will last longer than a few months of heavy use, I got these after looking into long lasting earbuds. My Shure SE215s are still functional, but they hurt my ears, so bad for me. The construction is excellent, everything is truly high quality and it seems like it. Everything is extremely well packaged and the case and additional earbuds are terrific. But exactly what’s even better is the consumer and the guarantee service. The mesh screen broke on the left side when i was altering out an earbud. I emailed RHA customer support about it, and they took care of it immediately and sent me a brand new pair. I can’t grumble about anything.
For my main setup, I use Beyerdynamic DT990 premium with a Schiit ASgard 2 and Bifrost Uber; I am familiar with exactly what good sound is. Vocals sound tidy and vibrant and all instruments sound more like their respective selves normally speaking and my music sounds more energetic as an outcome. The sound is crisp & very clear, has fantastic bass (the music sounds much better with 192kbps or higher bitrate mp3s) and at complete volume is truly loud but still felt quite comfortable. The sound quality is much better in this one than in the T10i because its bass is much better managed. They sound good and have excellent bass.