RHA's new MA450i IEMs are gonna be in Apple stores today.
I'm actually rockin' a pair of their MA350 IEMs atm, and I gotta say that I am pretty impressed with them so far. On the surface, these seem to be largely the same - but with better tips and Apple controls.
Assuming these sound just as good as the MA350 (if not better), the addition of the firmer tips and Apple controls for only $10 more is a real bargain.
Whaddya all think?
British audio company RHA has officially launched in the North American market.
Founded in 2008, RHA spent three years in research and development before launching in Spring 2011, quickly becoming known for cutting edge sound and quality design matched with peerless customer service.
Available to purchase in-store now, the noise isolating in-ear MA450i (MSRP $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, available in both black and white, comes packaged with seven sets of dual density rubber eartips and a 1.5m fabric braided cable equipped with an Apple® specified three button in-line remote. The MA450i will be available through Apple Online in mid October.
For additional information, visit www.rha-audio.com.
We create unique, high specification products, designed and engineered at our research and development center in Glasgow, UK.
Everything we make is engineered to deliver professional grade, cutting edge sound. Each feature, detail and component is the result of extensive research and our uncompromising commitment to innovation and quality. All of our products come with a three year international warranty.
Oh BTW, they've got a new supraaural coming out as well: http://www.head-fi.org/t/630148/rhas-new-sa950i-is-gonna-be-in-apple-stores