Top positive review
Probably the best wireless earbuds you can get today. Carefully select and use ear tips correctly for best experience though.
Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2018
If you are in the market for wireless high-quality earphones, these RHA MA750 wireless should be on your shortlist, and unless you are a bass head, you should stop looking any further.
- a very nice balanced sound, with magnificent mids and highs and a clean, accurate bass (see notes on bass below)
- very comfortable to wear over the ear "hooks" (mitigate the annoying sound from the cable to the ears when moving)
- long battery live (a bit shorter than advertised, but easily 10-11 hours)
- best bluetooth specs for high sounds quality (both AAC and aptx)
- the inline remote is fully functional with both iPhone and Android devices
- I cannot dial down the volume to a very low setting on my iPhone (sound cuts out completely "prematurely"), the similar issue does not happen with an Android device (I contacted RHA but did not get meaningful advice). Not a big deal, just an annoying inconsistency.
- It does not come with a semi-hard carry case, unlike its non-wireless sibling. Only a useless mesh pouch is supplied (very cheap from RHA, in big contrast to anything else in the package).
- The manual does not give detailed enough advice on how to get the maximum sound quality, namely, how to select and use the appropriate ear tips! You get many ear tips to choose from, but unless selected and worn properly, the sound you are getting from these earphones may be disappointing...
On this last point, I believe that many negative reviews online about a so-called "lack of bass" of the RHA-MA750 Wireless may have to do with selecting the wrong ear tips and/or using them incorrectly. I recommend using the supplied Comply memory foam ones, and when you use these, make sure you roll them between your fingers first (make them thinner) and insert them in your ear canal while pulling your outer ear up and backward with your other hand. Then keep pushing the earpiece in place until the foam is fully expanded again. See a blog entry on the Comply website for more details.
As a frame of reference, I listen to many different music genres from classical to electronic. I have many different headphones, including custom made IEMs from UE (UE 4 Pro), Sure SE215, Bose QuietComfort 20, OPPO PM-3 and Sony MDR-1000x. I will continue to use the OPPO’s for HiRes audio via a dedicated DAC, but for when I am on the move, the RHA-MA750 Wireless are now by far my favorite earbuds.