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Originally Posted by nikotttin View Post
(thanks Presata!).

:beerchug:

post #407 of 505
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Originally Posted by CAPO718 View Post

I need help !! Both tips single and double that fit me broke. What are some other good tips that keeps the sound the same without degrading ? Or make it better ?

No foam !!!

 

Hi there,

 

We've just dropped you a reply to your private message about the tips, but if you need anything else just give us a shout!

 

Thanks!

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post #408 of 505
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Originally Posted by nikotttin View Post
 

Unluckily, I'm on my 3rd pair of RHA MA750i.

 

The first one had a huge amount of flex. I couldn't move the earpiece without the clicking. Also pressure in the ear seemed to change over time and sound was affected. I raised a complain to RHA and it got exchanged... The exchanged and 2nd headset had a very clear imbalance between the left and right hears. I played with the balance on my hifi and it was about 60% off! That one went back to RHA almost immediately.

 

I just received the 3rd pair a couple of days ago. There's again quite some driver flex on the left ear, but nothing as dramatic as the first pair I tested. There's however another new annoyance. There seem to be some sound leakage from the outside to the inside by the tiny hole. While it's not disturbing when one seats in the office, it's quite noticeable outside in the street or, worse, when running. The air makes a huge white noise... I've put some tape onto it and it helps dramatically. The sound is less spacious though... So what to do? Should I send that third pair back? I honestly don't know.

 

Regarding the tips discussion above, my experience is that none of the proposed tips are really working for me.  I think this is due to the orientation of the earpiece, which is set by the over-the-ear rigid cable. It turns out my ear canal is not 90°. RHA, please, build in some more flex at this special point, so that your headsets do also fit Frankenstein hears!

 

I'm currently using the double-flanged tips. Sound is still quite harsh to my taste but I'm looking forward to testing the Sony hybrid tips (thanks Presata!).

 

Hi nikotttin,

 

We're sorry to hear about your experiences with the MA750i, please do get in touch with our customer care team again via the website mentioning the issues you've had and a replacement pair will be sent out to you. 

 

The fit of the over ear cable can often be fixed using this advice we posted further back in the thread: http://www.head-fi.org/t/675848/new-rha-iems-the-ma750i-and-ma600i/195

 

Do let us know if this fixes that problem!

 

Thanks!

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post #409 of 505

This things(MA750i) sound better and better with more burn in, bass become more tight, lower treble harshness disappear, they need a lot burn in, 200 - 300 hours to hear full potential, sub bass power is massive, they can go very very low, i really like highs to, they are extended to the very top, this iem sound interesting, they have very thick and massive sound but they are analytical at the same time in upper part of frequency response,  midrange have some gap in the frequency response, if you want to improve this model, you have to make mid range fuller and more forward sounding, midbass  bleeds into the midrange because midrange are little behind, instruments like guitars sound amazing, for instrumentals, dance and rap they are great.

 

sorry for my bad english :beerchug: 


Edited by presata - 4/18/14 at 1:54pm
post #410 of 505

I hope that any coupon codes for MA750 will appear;) Or just something like -25% discount. 

post #411 of 505
I just got the MA600 and I like the sound, but the driver flex, especially on the left piece, is unbearable. Every single time I acomodate or take out the earphone there is this loud clicking sound. I actually like the sound produced by the headphones, but driver flex is something I'm not willing to put up. A shame really, I actually like them, but back to Amazon they go.
Edited by metabaron - 4/20/14 at 2:14pm
post #412 of 505

Well, next time more vented body and harder material for the driver membrane RHA :bigsmile_face:

post #413 of 505
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Originally Posted by metabaron View Post

I just got the MA600 and I like the sound, but the driver flex, especially on the left piece, is unbearable. Every single time I acomodate or take out the earphone there is this loud clicking sound. I actually like the sound produced by the headphones, but driver flex is something I'm not willing to put up. A shame really, I actually like them, but back to Amazon they go.

 Hi there metabaron! Sorry to hear you're having an issue with your MA600s, if you give us a shout at customercare@reidheath.com we'll be able to assist you further.

 

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post #414 of 505

FWIW - Tips division:

 

These have a largish nozzle.  I found that my left ear grew uncomfortable after 30 - 40 minutes of listening.  My left ear is also slightly smaller.  This week I swapped out the medium TX Comply tip for the small size.  Problem solved.

post #415 of 505
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Okay, from people that I have talked to, I'm starting to notice a pattern... so I just have to ask...

 

How many of you gave your MA600 or MA600i to your wife/girlfriend?

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Where are the MA750's manufactured?

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Thread Starter 

The package says "Assembled in China"

post #418 of 505

Went into a shop thinking of buying the re-400. Then I tried the ma750 and fell in love with its warm, lush sound. I don't usually dig this kind of signature (like how I usually prefer He-500 over LCD 2) but there's just something about the ma750 which made me sit through all of my lunch hour listening to songs through it. Absolutely delightful. I decided to snatch a pair. Listened to it all day afterwards while finishing a dull research paper. Very very happy with it. 

post #419 of 505
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Went into a shop thinking of buying the re-400. Then I tried the ma750 and fell in love with its warm, lush sound. I don't usually dig this kind of signature (like how I usually prefer He-500 over LCD 2) but there's just something about the ma750 which made me sit through all of my lunch hour listening to songs through it. Absolutely delightful. I decided to snatch a pair. Listened to it all day afterwards while finishing a dull research paper. Very very happy with it. 

 

That's great to hear, thanks mohdkhamsya! Where did you pick them up from?

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post #420 of 505
AVone in Singapore!
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