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RHA MA350 Aluminium Noise Isolating In-Ear Headphone - 3 year warranty

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  • Machined aluminum construction and fabric woven cable for durability
  • RHA speaker for perfectly balanced response across frequency range
  • Noise Isolating - reduction in background noise and sound leakage
  • 3 Year Warranty
  • Multi Award Winning British design (including What Hi-Fi? 5 Star)
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Technical Details

  • Noise-Isolation

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 4.1 x 6.4 inches ; 1.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0053R0WWG
  • Item model number: MA350
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (161 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 3, 2011

Product Description

Product Description

RHA MA350 Aluminum Noise Isolating In-Ear Headphones - 3 year warranty The award winning British design features full aluminum construction, a fabric braided cable for reduced tangling and durability, gold plated connections, and 3 S/M/L silicone tips which, together with the unique shape of the sound pipe, allow the user to attain the a secure and comfortable fit with maximum sound isolation. RHA have engineered Mylar drivers (speakers) which produce the astounding sound quality which has made the MA350 the critics' and customers' choice. The sound is well balanced and detailed throughout the spectrum whilst producing a rich, deep bass response and sparkling, crystal clear treble. The MA350 has a 3 year warranty. Industry leading reduction in background noise and sound leakage Machined aluminum construction for durability Custom RHA speaker for perfectly balanced response across frequency range Fabric woven cable eliminates tangling and prolongs cable life 3 year manufacturer's warranty 3 sizes of silicone tip for the perfect fit 3.5mm gold plated connections and carry case 1.2m copper cable with fabric braiding for durability Designed and engineered in the UK What Hi-Fi? 5 star award Specifications Drivers - dynamic Frequency range - 16-22,000Hz Impedance - 16ohms Rated/max power - 3010mW Sensitivity - 103dB Cable - 1.2m Fabric Braided Connections - 3.5mm Gold Plated Reviews What Hi-Fi? "The RHAs sing in a natural, unforced manner, and consequently remain an easy listen even through the entirety of a long haul flight." Gadgeteer- "RHA have released an earphone that can compete with anything in its price range-and above" Slash gear- "What's impressive is how well the sound sits together. It's a very natural, listenable audio"

From the Manufacturer

Diagram of MA350 in-ear headphones
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RHA MA350 — Aluminium noise isolating in-ear headphone

The award-winning British design features full aluminium construction, a fabric braided cable for reduced tangling and durability, gold plated connections and three pairs (S/M/L) of silicone tips which, together with the unique aerophonic shape of the earphone, allow the user to attain a secure and comfortable fit with maximum sound isolation.

RHA have engineered dynamic Mylar drivers which produce the astounding sound quality which has made the MA350 the critics' and customers' choice. The sound is well balanced and detailed throughout the spectrum whilst producing a rich, deep bass response and sparkling, crystal clear mids and treble.

Rear and profile view of MA350 in-ear headphones
MA350 in-ear headphone
Unique aerophonic design

Inspired by the aerophonic properties of a trumpet's bell, RHA's signature earphone design transfers sound naturally, allowing air to progress unobstructed and unforced from the speaker into the ear. The result is richly detailed, well balanced sound reproduction across the audio spectrum.

Durability

RHA headphones are designed to offer outstanding longevity; the MA350 is machined from solid, aircraft grade aluminium. A fabric braided cable reduces tangling to prolong product life.

Noise isolating design

Soft silicone tips, in combination with the discreet housing, ensures a comfortable, non-fatiguing fit for optimum noise-isolation.

3 year warranty

The MA350 has been designed and engineered to deliver the highest standard of build and audio quality, which is why it is covered by a comprehensive three year manufacturer's warranty.

Frequency chart for MA350 in-ear headphones
Frequency chart:

The RHA MA350 has been designed to produce a linear frequency response; no part of the sound produced by the MA350 is emphasised over any other, ensuring richly detailed, well balanced sound.
Designed in the UK

RHA creates unique, high specification audio products, designed and engineered at their research and development centre in Glasgow, UK.

Features:
  • Dynamic driver
  • Machined from solid aluminium
  • 3 year warranty
  • Noise isolation
  • Gold plated connection
  • S/M/L size tips
  • Carry case


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Bass is great and good overall sound.
JeffreyBP
The Good: Excellent sound quality and very comfortable.
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They stopped working within one week.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

53 of 54 people found the following review helpful By JoeS on July 1, 2012
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Over the years I've owned lots of headphones/earphones, including various Grado, Etymotic, Koss, Panasonic, Sony, Future Sonics, Ulimate Ears, Sennheiser, etc. Having lost/broken/mislaid/had stolen many of my favorites, I've been looking for a new pair of earphones for walking around/working out, as I've grown dissatisified with an old pair Future Sonic EM-3s I've been using lately. So I looked around on Amazon, came across the RHA MA-350s, did a little reading and research, and decided to give them a try.

Sound: At first, the 350s sounded really detailed, but overly bright and lacking in bass. After several days, I realized some of the issue was that the EM-3s I'd been using were, by comparison, bass-heavy and somewhat lacking in clarity and detail. When I switch back to the EM-3s from the 350s now, the EM-3s sound muffled. That said, if you like your bass heavy and/or like rap or hip-hop, these might not be the buds for you. The bass is there, but it doesn't really whomp. Also, voices, cymbals, stringed instuments, pianos, etc. really come across, but snare drums and the like can be painful/fatiguing --*WHACK!* -- at high volume. If you like to turn it up loud, they're harsh and too bright.

Fit: Small and really comfortable. The aluminum housings are quite small and light and the tips are well-shaped and comfortable. When inserted, all you see from the front are the cords sticking out of your ears.

Looks: Nice, elegant, understated looks -- small and silver/black, the RHA logo, and that's it. Nothing unnecessary.

Other issues:

1) Microphonics from the braided cord. I do notice more noise moving around with these than I do with non-fabric covered headphones/earphones.

2) Straight plug: I prefer a right-angle plug to a straight plug.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Santino Applebaum on December 4, 2012
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First things first - excellent (5-star) sound, made even more excellent by the (5-star) price. I'm used to constantly replacing really crappy earbuds ($15 and under), because they always seem to break at the plug. The clarity was eye-opening -- I heard things I'd never heard before, even on albums I've been listening to for over a decade. The materials have a quality feel, and I was excited at the prospect of a more durable woven cord.

There are several complaints about bass not being powerful enough. For starters, if you're really looking at lots of thumping bass, there's really only so far earbuds with that itty-bitty 10mm driver can go. I had to play around with the settings on my Sansa to adjust from my old-hat $12 jobbies, but soon found a good mix. At first I wasn't getting any bass either, until I found a good position that engaged the noise reduction and really "locked" the earbuds into my ear canal. All was well, for a brief moment.

If you do have the earbuds "locked" into your ear canals for noise reduction, DO NOT MOVE. AT ALL. That fabric cord -- which should be named "the Serpent of Cacophony" -- will drown out nearly anything with its incessant SWEEP SWOOP SWEEP SWOOP SWEEP SWOOP as it rubs against, well, anything. It's worst when the cord rubs against another fabric -- you know, whatever your shirt, pants, or jacket are made of.

They must have woven this thing using corduroy pants, or material leftover from those compostable "Sun Chips" bags that crinkled at over 90dB. I'm all for recycling, but this renders the phones far less usable for me. I read the reviews mentioning the microphonics; I'm a commuter and I knew the risks, but I honestly didn't think that the issue could be this disruptive.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Severian TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 22, 2012
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The RHAs do a lot of things well at a really low price point. Build quality and warranty are exemplary, but the general lowering of prices in the IEM field across the board means there is some really tough competition...

Sound Quality: Largish dynamic driver, 10mm. Mids and highs are fines, nothing unpleasant there, moderately rolled off treble that will not offend too many, trumpet concerto fans be forewarned. Strongly emphasized bass to the point of sloppiness in some pieces which require a more nuanced balance - e.g. Bruckner's 5th Symphony (Von Karajan, BPO) a vast orchestral piece with lots of loud things going on at once, sounded like it had a few extra kick drums in it, fuzzy and unmusical. Other classical pieces sounded fine, but the problem with Bruckner could not be duplicated with other IEMs or headphones, leading me to believe the overly thick bass was a result of driver tuning and / or response time.

Other genres sounded excellent, even very bassy stuff like Morcheeba and Massive Attack. Another odd sonic issue happened with Opeth's "Leper Affinity" track off of the Blackwater Park album. The soundstage sounded very congested and Ackfeld's vocals were recessed and murky. Similar to Bruckner (yes, Opeth / Bruckner comparison in progress here) this piece also has a lot happening at once sonically, so I am thinking this is simply a price point issue - some interplay of soundstage and response time limits. Soundstage in general seemed small, but this is very common to most IEMs.

It should be mentioned that 95% of the material I played on the 350s was absolutely fine.
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