RHA MA650 Review

RHA MA650 Review

Calling all music lovers! RHA is trying to up their game. They’ve produced the MA650 headphones, and they’re hoping that these bad boys will change the music game for the better. We think of headphones the same way we think of music – there’s a lot of it out there, and while some is better and some is worse, a lot of it boils down to a matter of taste. That said, there are things that we can analyze to sort out objectively bad headphones. In our RHA MA650 Review, we’ll take a close look at this particular set, it’s specs, features, and we’ve sorted through User reviews to give you the highlights and drawbacks. Are these the headphones for you? Keep reading to find out.

RHA MA650 Review – Specs

  • Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 36.6 inches (wireless)
  • Dimensions:6 x 0.7 x 53.1 inches (wired)
  • Weight:28 Ounces (wireless)
  • Weight:32 Ounces (wired)
  • Sweatproof (wireless)
  • Noise Isolating (Both wireless and wired)

RHA MA650 Review – Features

  • Both wireless and wired models produce high-res sound quality
  • Wired model is Android compatible
  • Wireless model is Android and iOS compatible
  • Wireless Model features Bluetooth connectivity
  • 12 Hours of playback from the wireless model

RHA MA650 Review – User Input

First thing’s first, the wireless model of the MA650 has significantly better reviews than the wired model. That said, the wireless model’s reviews are nothing to write home about.

Let’s start with the wired model’s problems. It’s not the sound quality that ends up being the problem with these headphones. It’s the microphone and remote. Since these are designed to be plugged into your phone, Users have expected the microphone to work correctly and the remote to function. They… have not for a great number of users. There are few to no complaints about the quality of sound from the headphones.

As we said, the reviews for the wireless model are better, but they’re nothing special. Users report that sound quality is crisp and clear. The battery for operating them via Bluetooth functions long enough, and there haven’t been a great deal of breakdowns. The one issue that people have (and this applies to both models) is that they are simply too expensive for what you get.

RHA MA650 Review Summary

Are these the worst headphones in history? No, not by a long shot. In fact, from what we’ve heard, the headphones actually work relatively well. The problem isn’t the thing you would actually buy them for, it’s the price and the additional features of the wired model. If you’re planning on picking up a pair of these, we recommend the wireless model until RHA can hammer out the problems with their remote and microphone. It may also be prudent to browse third party sellers rather than the RHA website or Amazon where users believe they’re paying too much. That’s our RHA MA650 Review. Thanks for reading!

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