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RHA MA750i Noise Isolating Premium In-Ear Headphone Reviews

dazzerfong

A Great Pair of IEM's that Should Outlast You

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Pros: Soundstage, detailing, clean bass, separation, comfort once you get used to it, accessories, build quality, customer support.

Cons: Bad recordings don't sound great, comfort in the beginning, some QC in regards to package cleanliness.

This is my first review on Head-Fi, so forgive me for my trip ups and lack of jargon, as I simply do not have the knowledge or experience to accurately describe everything I hear and feel. That being said, I deliberated over my purchase of these IEM's for quite a while. For a few months, I had a toss-up between the GR07 BE, Sennheiser CX985, Rock-It R50 and RHA MA-750i. Any one of these purchases would be my 'step' into new territory: triple-digits audio gear. Before I go any further, I'll describe my previous collection, to provide a little context to the rest of the review. Almost 2 years ago, I was running a pair of MH1's, which I bought when my original Sony Ericsson IEM's were...
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mechgamer123

A Classy Looking IEM With Sound to Match

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Pros: Great bass, nice accessory set

Cons: Slight treble harshness with stock tips

First off, I would like to thank RHA for providing @C.C.S.. and I with review sets. I would also like to thank C.C.S. for nominating me for the review sample.   Gear used for review: PC → Project H (Custom Cirrus Logic CS4398 DAC and O2 with OPA2134 opamps) iPod Classic → Silver LOD → Fiio E07k Galaxy Nexus Nexus 4   Inside the box: The box looks very nice and professional overall:         Inside the box, you get a great set of accessories. There are six sets of single flange silicone tips and three sets of bi-flange tips, all included on a nifty metal card that helps you keep track of all the tips:       There is also a...
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alota

A great deal

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Pros: Build, package, accessories

Cons: What????

I´m not good to write something about audio stuffs and to write in english but i hope that my experience helps somebody. For health problems with my ears, i sold all my headphone stuffs. in my headphone experience history, i had some good amplifiers like Little-Dot MKVI and a unique and massive balanced beta-22. I had some headphones like Grado HP-2, Sennheiser HD-800, AKG K-1000, Beyerdynamic T1, Ultrasone Edition 10, Audeze LCD-2, Hifiman He-500 and He-6, etc. etc. etc. And i tried the famous Stax 009 Why the RHA 750i? In first place, to use when i drive with my iphone 4s. perfect for this use. and, of course, to listen music. i have in my Iphone Radio Tuna and...
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LebCa

That polite school kid who gets all A's, doesn't throw any surprises, and who your mom trusts you with. But sometimes, you want to let loose.

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Pros: That bass (warm and round, it's a massage to my inner ear), detailed, no edges, technically fantastic, relaxing

Cons: Where have the mids/treble gone? No edges, polite, not exciting

Contrary to my intentions of reviewing these when I first got them (similar to my other reviews), I was forced to wait 2 months from their date of arrival. I've found this to be ideal, as it kept me from writing before getting to know the headphones first, especially since I was coming from a longtime close friendship with the RE0s. Here goes...   Context 2013-10-23 – Initial unboxing and first listen For the next week, casual listening, walking through city streets, metro, bus lines, in home. No music for 1.5 months (bricked source) One week ago, started listening to these headphones and then brought the RE0s back out.   Equipment Apple iPod Touch 3rd Generation...
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C.C.S.

RHA MA750 Review

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Pros: Well-balanced Sound, Detailed, Extended Treble Response

Cons: Mild Sibilance, Not Neutral

Background:   About two weeks ago, I was selected to be a member of a review program that RHA was holding for their MA600 and MA750 IEMs. I had not heard any of RHA’s IEMs at that point and was only vaguely familiar with them and their growing reputation. However, I could not miss out on the potential opportunity to receive a free pair of earphones, so I nominated myself and a friend for the program. He and I both received a pair of MA750 for review. So, here’s my take on the RHA MA750.   Disclaimer: I did not pay anything for this review sample. RHA sent it to me for free. This has not affected the opinion reflected in this review.   Packaging:   The...
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H20Fidelity

RHA MA750 RHA MA750 Noise Isolating Premium In-Ear Headphone (REVIEW)

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Pros: Deep sub-bass extension. Natural timbre, Impressive mid range attack, 3 year warranty, Sensible pricing.

Cons: Slight mid bass bloat, some vocal sibilance with certain DAPs, Fit might be bothersome for some.

Recently on Head-fi forums I was approached by another member to contribute in a competition RHA Team were holding to review their new MA750 dynamic based IEM.  I knew very little about the company from Glasgow UK or any of their offerings in the past, I didn't even know how much MA750 was worth on receiving them which I think we can look at in a positive way, going in fresh!  I'd like to thank RHA Team for the review sample as it's been a pleasant surprise indeed. Please make note the version I have is MA750 which does not come with the mic/controls.   RHA-MA750 • 303F grade stainless steel housings • Handmade 560.1...
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lin0003

Doesn't Get Much Better

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Pros: Great Bass. Nice Packaging & Accessories, Excellent Value

Cons: Small 3.5mm Plug, Scratches Easily

First, I’d like to say a big thanks to the RHA team for generously arranging the review competition and for choosing H20Fidelity and I. To be perfectly honest, I hadn’t heard of RHA before this year, when I saw some reviews of their products on Head-Fi. From what I read, the MA750 that we were sent is currently their flagship, followed by their MA600.   For a long time, I have always been on the BA side of the driver debate, but I have been quite impressed by some dynamic IEMs like the GR07 MKII and I wasn’t exactly sure what I should expect from the MA750 and after I heard it, I was (spoiler alert) impressed to say the least. Anyway, let’s get on to the review now. These were...
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mark2410

RHA MA-750i Quick Review

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Pros: Tone and timbre are excellent, build quality is epic. Strings shine.

Cons: Highs want to be too exuberant. Not forgiving of poor bitrates or mastering.

RHA MA-750i Quick Review   Full review at http://www.head-fi.org/t/687690/rha-ma-750i-review   Thanks to RHA for the sample.   Brief:  Timberal and tonal extraordinaire.   Price:  £90 or for no mic £80, in Americaland US$130 and US$120.   Specification:  Drivers 560.1 Dynamic, Frequency range 16-22,000Hz, Impedance 16ohms, Sensitivity 100db, Rated/max power 1/5mW, Weight 36g, Cable 1.35m, reinforced, OFC, Connections 3.5mm, gold plated.   Accessories:  6 pairs, dual density ear tips - S x2 / M x2 / L x2, 2 pairs, double flange ear tips - S x1 / M x1, 2 pairs, memory foam ear tips - universal fit, Stainless steel ear tip...
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