British RHA Steps Up Its Game With Two Gorgeous New IEMs, The 600i And 750i


The alloy-laden RHA 750i

The British Isles aren’t generally known for exporting headphones; mega boy bands and cycling superstars, yes, and perhaps Marmite. But headphones? All that’s changing though, with the impact RHA has made over the past year or so. The outfit has thus far produced a series of home run hits (or batted sixes, if you’re a cricket fan) with inexpensive headphones with sound way above their price.

If their past successes are anything to go by, these new ‘phones from RHA should sound amazing—because they’re the company’s most expensive yet.

Of course, expensive is a relative term here. The 750i retails for $130, not much more than entry-level fare from the likes of Bose, Shure or Etymotic. At $90, the 600i is even less. And if that’s not enough, both sets come with a three-year warranty.

As far as sound, RHA describes the 750i as “pure, natural audio with an open soundstage” and the 600i as “very precise and balanced.” Both sets also come in control-less versions for $10 less. Both will be available late this month. Take a gander at the specs below.

303F grade stainless steel housings
Handmade 560.1 dynamic driver
Precise, balanced and articulate sound
Reinforced, 1.35m, oxygen-free copper cable
Signature aerophonic™ design
3 button remote & microphone (for use with compatible Apple devices)
Premium carry case & tip selection

Aircraft grade aluminium construction
Custom 320.1 dynamic driver
Highly accurate, balanced sound
Dual insulated, oxygen-free copper cable
Signature aerophonicTM design
3 button remote & microphone (for use with compatible Apple devices)
Hard carry case & tip selection

Source: RHA


RHA 600i.


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