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AVone in Singapore!

Awesome! Keep in touch and let us know how you get along with them. 

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post #422 of 532

Can anyone comment on how the ma750s sound with some DAPs and if they sound better with amplification? I'm only using them with my sansa Fuze right now. Thank you.

post #423 of 532

ma750 sound good with my sansa clip, but sound better with my dragonfly, with dragonfly bass is more tight, soundstage is bigger, and instrument separation is better.


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post #424 of 532
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The package says "Assembled in China"

 

The build quality of these looks incredible, though, especially for the price.  

post #425 of 532
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ma750 sound good with my sansa clip, but sound better with my dragonfly, with dragonfly bass is more tight, soundstage is bigger, and instrument separation is better.

Oooh. The dragonfly eh. Anyone tried the rhas with the dx90? Kinda interested in the dx90.
post #426 of 532
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ma750 sound good with my sansa clip, but sound better with my dragonfly, with dragonfly bass is more tight, soundstage is bigger, and instrument separation is better.

+1

 

Just got the RHA MA750i on Monday. I have to say for the price these sound amazing. Very nice controlled sound, tight bass and sub-bass galore (not a bass head) seems to me just a tad bit north of neutral, mids are great, a little south of neutral meybbe the 1k-2k range but just a tidbit, and highs are very nice.

 

I have found myself in that "Stop Everything and Listen to the Music!" state several times with these, especially when listening to some jazz, a little Lindsey Stirling, Phil Driscoll, Sting, etc...

 

Listened to these with my DragonFly 1.2 - and very nice. The RHA MA750i seem very efficient so just barely had to turn the sound up and they rocked. 

 

These are also built like a tank, very very nice build, and comfy. 

 

-Mike

post #427 of 532

RHA MA750i are great, i really like the highs, they are extended and detailed, low end is very deep, for the price they are top notch.

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I am really enjoying my RHA 750i IEMs. I want to comment on the warranty and service of the RHA Team. They are outstanding. I was able to quickly get a replacement set when my i controls failed. It is a pretty minor item in the big picture of things, but RHA stood by their product. The warranty process was very easy and the response was quick. I can't say enough about Callum and the folks at RHA. Their warranty is for real. I'm very happy with the detail and sound quality of these headphones.

Thanks,

Glenn
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Hey Glenn, that's great to hear.  :smile:  Customer service is one thing that I cannot attest to, because:  (a) as a reviewer being sent units, it makes sense that they would want me to have a positive experience; and (b) the two times that I did purchase RHA products separately at retail have been without issue.  So learning about your experience, which basically shows me they want everyone to be satisfied with their products, is pretty cool.  Thanks for sharing!


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I bought a pair of MA600 and within 3 months of careful use, there is no sound from the left earpiece. This is due to issues with the jack. I bought them from Amazon; when I contacted RHA over the 3 year guarantee they said it was invalid as the seller on Amazon was not an "authorised seller" of RGA. I probably won't be gong back to RHA 

post #431 of 532
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I bought a pair of MA600 and within 3 months of careful use, there is no sound from the left earpiece. This is due to issues with the jack. I bought them from Amazon; when I contacted RHA over the 3 year guarantee they said it was invalid as the seller on Amazon was not an "authorised seller" of RGA. I probably won't be gong back to RHA 

 

Hey Headphone41,

 

Although it's likely you've already heard from our customer care team about this issue, it's probably worth noting why we're unable to assist with sales by unauthorised retaillers.

 

Our warranty conditions are in place so that customers can be assured that products they are buying are from a reliable retailer, that they are free from interference by third parties and that they are genuine RHA products. When products are bought from unauthorised retailers, we have not supplied the product to the vendor ourselves and are therefore unable to vouch for the product's authenticity and condition and therefore are unable to offer support.

 

This may be frustrating, but these conditions are in place to protect consumers from receiving products which may not meet RHA's quality standards.

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post #432 of 532

@Headphone41

Return to amazon as faulty. Its pretty painless to do. Depending on what country you are in you may be protected by quite a few consumer laws.

post #433 of 532
Got a pair of 750MA. While the SQ is good, I find myself having ergonomic issues.They're constantly working their way out of my ears with S and M silicon tips. Then the ear guides rub something fierce, and the top of my ears get really sore - especially if I'm wearing glasses (which I usually am). I'll try the Comply tips next. If those don't work, I guess I'll have to sell them due to ergonomic issues. Any suggestions?
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Got a pair of 750MA. While the SQ is good, I find myself having ergonomic issues.They're constantly working their way out of my ears with S and M silicon tips. Then the ear guides rub something fierce, and the top of my ears get really sore - especially if I'm wearing glasses (which I usually am). I'll try the Comply tips next. If those don't work, I guess I'll have to sell them due to ergonomic issues. Any suggestions?

 

Hi nmatheis,

 

That's the first we've heard about issues with the over-ear fit causing the headphones to be unusable, though our customer care team may have heard more and be able to assist further. Given the abundance of glasses-wearers in the RHA office who use the MA750/MA750i, we hope something can be sorted! Please get in touch with the team.

 

Thanks!

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Hi nmatheis,

That's the first we've heard about issues with the over-ear fit causing the headphones to be unusable, though our customer care team may have heard more and be able to assist further. Given the abundance of glasses-wearers in the RHA office who use the MA750/MA750i, we hope something can be sorted! Please get in touch with the team.

Thanks!

Thanks for the reply. I'll contact customer care and see if they can help.

EDIT: looked at the customer care link but am not sure I qualify, since I purchased these second-hand from someone on head-fi.
Edited by nmatheis - 6/11/14 at 7:18am
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