RHA MA650 Wireless Earbuds Now Available In White


Scottish audio equipment manufacturer RHA is now offering its MA650 wireless earbuds in a white color option, adding to the existing lineup which already includes black and silver models. The gadget is priced at $100 and remains fundamentally unchanged, being designed as a relatively traditional pair of wireless in-ear headphones meant to be worn around one's neck. The original neckbuds were introduced in November, having been advertised as a headphones family designed specifically for owners of Android smartphones. The latter point largely comes down to the control unit attached to the earbuds which doesn't just allow you to adjust the volume and manage your current playlist but can also be used for launching the Google Assistant which is now available on the vast majority of contemporary Android devices.

The battery of the RHA MA650 is rated for up to 12 hours of use on a single charge, with the product hence being advertised as an audio offering that doesn't require you to religiously keep recharging it on an everyday basis. IP4X-certified resistance to the elements is also part of the package, which in practice translates to a device that isn't affected by water splashes and sweat. Every RHA MA650 model ships with a broad range of eartips coming in various sizes so that you're able to identify the best fit for your earlobe.

While the headphones have been designed as a truly wireless offering, you're also able to use them via a 3.5mm cable, one of which comes included with the device. RHA is selling its newest gadget along with a three-year warranty, whereas purchasing replacement eartips is also an option. AAC and aptX streaming are both supported, with the RHA MA650 being advertised as a product that provides a lot of value for your money. The Scottish firm is targeting global availability and all interested consumers are advised to refer to the banner below to find out which local retailers are offering RHA's products.

Buy RHA MA650

Share this page

Copyright ©2018 Android Headlines. All Rights Reserved.

This post may contain affiliate links. See our privacy policy for more information.

Dominik started at AndroidHeadlines in 2016. He’s approaching his first full decade in the media industry, with his background being primarily in technology, gaming, and entertainment. These days, his focus is more on the political side of the tech game, as well as data privacy issues, with him looking at both of those through the prism of Android. Contact him at [email protected]

View Comments