The MA600i earphones from RHA are engineered for high-definition sound and effective noise isolation. Machined aluminium components, custom dynamic drivers and a dual insulated cable work together to provide precise and balanced sound reproduction. Switch seamlessly between music and calls with the in-line remote and 360° mic.
- Custom 320.1 driver for precise and balanced sound reproduction
- Noise isolating design
- Machined from solid, aircraft grade aluminium
- 3-button remote and microphone
- Selection of dual density silicone ear tips
- Dual insulated, oxygen-free copper cable with gold plated 90° connection
- Hard carry case and stainless steel ear tip holder
Did you notice?The ear-tips are made from dual density silicone for comfort and noise isolation.
Apple Recommends ForExperiencing high-definition sound whether listening to music or making calls.
What's in the Box?
- RHA MA600i earphones
- Carry case
- 8 sets of dual density silicone ear tips
- Stainless steel ear tip holder
- User guide
- Frequency Response: 16 Hz - 22,000 Hz
- Impedance: 16 ohms
- Other Features: With Remote and Mic, Sound Isolating
- Form Factor: In Ear
- Cable Length: 1.35 m
- Drivers: 320.1 custom dynamic driver
- Weight: 0.71 oz./20 g
- Mfr. Part Number: 201030
- UPC or EAN No.: 5060212270511
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Ratings & Reviews
Was in my local Apple Store and asked a member of staff for the second generation of the Beats Tours to be told they were unavaila Was in my local Apple Store and asked a member of staff for the second generation of the Beats Tours to be told they were unavailable which actually turned out to be an extreme saving. These earphones are half the price of the Beats and sound amazing, especially at high volumes when the bass really kicks in. Hit shuffle on my phone just after i got them and The Chain by Fleetwood Mac started, the vocals are unbelievably clear, the drums sound like they are next to you and the bass guitar thumps your ears! Definitely worth the price and they look like they are going to stand up for a few years at least! …
- Written by Spencer P from Grays
40 of 43 people found this useful
A nice step up from the 450i
Last year I had bought the 450i and was very pleased with the sound quality for the price. This year I decided to give the 600i a Last year I had bought the 450i and was very pleased with the sound quality for the price. This year I decided to give the 600i a go seeing as how they use a new driver but also a much better cable than the 450i.
The 600i feels very solid yet lightweight. The aluminum remote and right angle connector gives the unit a nice sophisticated look and the cable feels quite durable and not tangle prone like the 450i was. This new cable allows the buds to be worn over the ear or straight in very easily and can be easily managed. The remote is well built and nothing feels loose during use.
The sound quality is very nice, especially those who like to have their music sound lively and with plenty of bass kick without sacrificing much in the mids and treble. Out of the box it can sound a bit heavy handed in the bass department and a bit muffled top end but breaking them in helped solve that issue. Audio purists will have to look elsewhere as these are far from neutral. …
- Written by Justin C from Flushing
26 of 30 people found this useful
Super value, excellent sound, best under $100 I have heard!!
There are hundreds of iPhone related headphones on the market. Very, very hard to pick the right one. Let's clarify some things. There are hundreds of iPhone related headphones on the market. Very, very hard to pick the right one. Let's clarify some things. If you are simply wanting to listen to music and have the $, get the Bowers and Wilkins C5. If you are wanting the best workout headset, get the Bose iPhone units, they are outstanding for biking and treadmill workouts. If you want a set for great quality sound and be an all purpose unit to use everyday, the RHA MA600i is it. Period. Very good sound, very solid built, great warranty (three years), great packaging, great carrying case. If you can ONLY afford ONE headset, get this one. …
- Written by Steve E from San Antonio
25 of 30 people found this useful
No other choice!
RHA are an English company producing some of the very best sounding in-ear headphones on the market. They are balanced, clear and RHA are an English company producing some of the very best sounding in-ear headphones on the market. They are balanced, clear and crisp which is how music should be heard; not pumped full of bass and over emphasized like so many other supposedly 'good' headphones on the market do! I've had 10s of pairs of different headphones over the years and I can happily say that the RHA MA600i are superb. There are no other brands out there that deliver this quality of sound and engineering at this price!
Forget your over-sold and over hyped Beats by Dre, and buy some headphones that actually play your music as it was supposed to be heard! …
- Written by Simon G from Bromley
My Senheiser headphones were great until they stopped working. I would've definitely swapped them for the same but the Apple Store My Senheiser headphones were great until they stopped working. I would've definitely swapped them for the same but the Apple Store no longer stock them. I decided on the RHA MA600i. The sound quality is pretty good for the price. My biggest issue though is the remote control. I assumed that any headphones purchased from the Apple Store would be compatible with all iPhones. Especially because this is what a lot of people will use headphones with. Once I opened them and checked out the sound quality I realised the remote control is not compatible with the iPhone 5s. It seems quite strange that the Apple Store would stock headphones that wouldn't be compatible with the latest 3 iPhone models. Also if the Apple Store could maybe ask customers what device they would be using the headphones with and check compatibility it would really help. …
- Written by Muhammad S from Leicester
1 of 1 people found this useful
Originally bought these a little over a year ago, have now officially since yesterday, been given a refund by apple as I've had to Originally bought these a little over a year ago, have now officially since yesterday, been given a refund by apple as I've had to have 3 replacements every 3 months. Despite taking care of them and putting them in the case, after a while the wiring inside becomes loose so the audio is lost in one ear. I understand sometimes there is manufacturing fault so you may get the odd dodgy pair of earphones but after my third replacement arrived and the same thing happened again, I lost my patience. When these earphones work, the sound quality is amazing - however, this evidently only last a few months so isn't worth the purchase. I hate writing bad reviews, especially for British products but these are truly awful, sorry. …
- Written by Amy B from kilmarnock
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Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
whats the best ear bud if you need good mic quality
- Asked by Tamzen W from San Rafael
Is it true that the version with the mic has slightly inferior sound quality compared to the non-mic version?
- Asked by Michael S
Some audiophiles will say that it does because the remote essentially acts as another resistor betwe Some audiophiles will say that it does because the remote essentially acts as another resistor between the device and earpieces, thus decreasing the fidelity of the music. However for the average user I highly doubt you could tell the difference. …
- Answered by Michael M from Buffalo