• 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Best I've Auditioned In This Price Class

    • Written by from San Francisco

    Got these to replace RHA's 600i buds - which I *hated*. Fortunately these share none of the junior model's shortcomings. They have strong, deep, accurate bass, a flat, pleasant midrange and reasonable treble extension, although at noticeably reduced levels. The result is a warm, natural soundstage with just enough of the extreme high-end to provide some necessary detail and sense of space.

    The fit is good, although not perfect. I find the buds do pop out after awhile, even after trying many different size ear pieces. I miss the old Klipsch buds I had in that regard - they were lighter and their oval-shaped silicone tips were better at staying in-place and sealed. The build quality of the 750i seems exceptional, though - time will tell.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Sound perfection at amazing price!!!

    • Written by from Glasgow

    After reading several reviews on internet, i bought these earbuds... In the beginning, they were harsh to ears... But as several pro reviews states, let them break-in... And voila, what a sound (after alot of hours of idle playing, maybe 60hrs or so)...

    Overall, they have a very wide, open and detailed sound... Happy to own this amazing product at a really good price with exceptional build quality...

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Amazing Sound and Extremely Comfortable!

    • Written by from Fort worth

    I was hesitant to buy these due to the price, I listen to music everyday and let me tell you the sound is crisp, and clean there not like Beats where all you hear is bass. With these you can hear everything the artist wanted you to hear when there song was created, now don't get me wrong they can THUMP if there is bass in the song. I would HIGHLY recommend these to anyone looking for a nice everyday pair of headphones.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    This will last you a lifetime

    • Written by from Portland

    Good earbuds and the best part is durability. I have had the horrendous but expensive Beats to the amazing B&W. My headsets/earbuds take a beating with my lifestyle as a roadwarrior and a runner (constantly on the phone)...RHA 750i have withstood the travails of time unscathed.

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Crystal clear sound, bad comfort

    • Written by from Florida

    Before the RHA, I was using the Klipsch S4i. I used to love the Klipsch, however one channel went out. So I picked up the RHA. The sound quality is amazing, even compared to the Klipsch, which isn't a bad headphones. The Bass could be a bit more, but it's Ok. Lows are amazing, highs and kids are swell. Plus, you can lay on your side with these. However every headphone needs a weakness. For me it's the comfort. After the Klipsch's oval ear tips, these are horrible. Even the foam, and the back of the earbud hearts my ear. That means after 1 hour of usage I've to take out.

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Earpods are better.

    • Written by from orcutt

    The reason I am sending these back is because the Apple Earpods sound extremely close to these. The MA750i has same same bass, mids, but exaggerated highs which I do not like. These are prosthetically sturdier and are a little louder than the Earpods but sound quality wise earpods sound better not even including the fact that earpods cost $100 less. My experience: I'm an 11 year musician, I can tune instruments by ear and have a collection of studio headphones.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Outstanding headphones; great value

    • Written by from Louisville

    I work in an open office in which ambient noise levels are often chaotic. I've possessed several headphones, including Bose, Sennheiser and Scosche, and while I've enjoyed them all, the RHA noise-isolating headphones work best for me. This is the model I have been seeking. I highly recommend these comfortable, convenient in-ear headphones that block ambient noise well, reproduce music clearly and cleanly and prove comfortable for hours on end.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    great IE headphones

    • Written by from Buford

    I originally purchased the Bose® MIE2i Mobile Headset at around the same price but was disappointed with how flimsy they felt, and with how they sounded. I replaced them with the RHA MA750i's and have been very pleased with them. They sound great and seem very well made. I also like that they come with a variety of options for ear pieces for a good fit. over all I am very happy with them.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best earbuds I've owned to date and high quality

    • Written by from Monroe

    I don't typically write reviews but I felt this purchase warranted one. I have had them for about two weeks now and just through break-in. They look (and more importantly) feel very high quality. The wire is heavier than others I have owned. I really appreciate the stainless steel treatments and small details like the coil spring around the cord at the base of the plug to prevent the wire from pinching and getting damaged, the stainless steel joint where the wire splits in two (I have had other "high end" earbuds where after a few accidental tugs or getting caught on something would expose wiring or damage the performance/use) and the outstanding spohnd and mic performance. Well done. Takes some experimenting to determine which earpieces will fit correctly without slipping out but once you find it, they are solid in ear with the ear loop. I will definitely but RHA again!

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Hollis

    I've had a fair number of nice headphones, and these are in a whole different class than their price suggests. They could use a bit more bass, but that's just because I prefer house music when I workout. Everywhere else the sound is almost perfect. No distortion ever, some of the most crisp audio I've heard, and the build quality is something to be commended. I would highly recommend these to anyone.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent headphones for price

    • Written by from Farmington

    i did see them at apple store, never heard of this brand before, so i decided to check the reviews to avoid the return process, i am glad for buying these as compared to other IEM, i used B&W P7 mostly at work as my main headphones, need these IEM for workout only, so far I am impressed, the reviews are right on the money i am sure the some of the Sennheiser and Sure IEMs sound better but cost almost three time than these IEMs.
    Build quality is top notch, the loop over the ear is comfortable and stay in position, there are plenty of plugs to choose from, i am using the memory foam one right now for best results. I am trying to break them in by connecting it to MBP and let it run for 20-40 hours, on the sound side, the bass is very good not overpowering, high frequency and mid levels are very clear, listened to some of the lossless recording downloaded from B&W website, it is fantastic how good the sound is. I have not used the call functions so i cant say if it is good or not, i use mine with Ipod NANO and shuffle only.
    3 year warranty is big plus also, it is good to know company backs its product and has very good after sales service record. For those who don't know the RHA name i would recommend to get these IEM, they will be extremely happy with these IEM. The looks of these IEM's are expensive sound is even better.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great sound and fit

    • Written by from San Francisco

    I have ordered several pairs of in-ear headphones in recent years (in other words, I'm very fussy!) and I have to say that these are outstanding. The RHA headphones have a sturdy, quality build and fit well in the ear. Offering multiple sized-earbuds certainly helps in getting the right fit. Most importantly, the sound is excellent. Crisp high notes blend with full sounding bass- a rare combination in earbud headphones.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    All Around Excellent

    • Written by from Indianapolis

    I consider myself to be a pretty good judge of sound quality. The RHA MA750i is the best IEM I have had the pleasure of experiencing to date. I was looking for a good combination of sound quality, price, and build quality. The 750s have hit the mark in all these categories. Regarding sound: Highs are crisp and clear, mids are nice and present but not overwhelming, and bass has a full range of abilities without being mushy or overpowering. I listen to a variety of genres, and the 750s are able to handle any thing you throw at them. Build quality is phenomenal. The cord is very thick yet pliable. The headphone itself is made of steel but is not too heavy. Combine that with 10 different sizes/types of eartips and every one should be able to find the perfect combination of fit/sound. The 750s are an excellent IEM for the price and come highly recommended!

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    This is the "bang for buck" buy

    • Written by from Saint-Leandre

    I am no expert but I enjoy listening to music, podcasts and such a lot, and I tend to think I enjoy good, balanced, detailed sound. I have owned quite the zoo of headphones, Sennhizer, Fostex, Koss, Sony.... Was looking to upgrade my Sony's ear buds and heard of these on forums and decided to give them a try. Build quality and a general consensus on sound quality got me decided. I was so happy I got an extra pair for my wife, and she really loves them too. Sound quality can grab you at times and let you believe you are listening to a high end stereo system in a comfy living room. That, the build quality and comfort, and a three years guaranty, make these quite the "bang for the buck" purchase. Works with any devise, no need for amp, can be plenty loud but still deliver an enveloping sound experience in low volume. I am very impressed.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    An Ah-Ha moment...

    • Written by from Southampton

    These IEM have been well thought out in design, top shelf materials/components, very well crafted and the audio experience delightful. The drivers deliver powerful, clean and even sound across the spectrum.They have a secure, over-the-ear fit. Great for sport/training. The flexible lanyard is thicker than most and expect that would resist and protect the O2-free copper wiring. BTW. I purchased the RHAs from the local Apple Store while on a recent trip and the "ah-ha" moment is each time I turn these on.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Holy Cow!

    • Written by from Los Angeles

    These RHA 750i's are beautiful. I only hope my initial impressions live up to their long term use & overall lifespan. These feel like investing in a Vitamix blender, the appliance your kids will be fighting over long after you're dead. Someday they'll be digging through my old tech drawer, sorting out my estate, and they'll come across these and be like "Wow, they made some solid stuff back in the day!" Just like I did finding old camera equipment, recorders and shaving electronics of my dads from the 50's & 60's. But the reality is most businesses don't make solid products in this day and age. Most consumer items are disposable, and professional grade equipment is built to become obsolete. These headphones are impressive in both their solid build and their sound. The only thing I could ever imagine becoming antiquated is the iPhone controller or the jack. At some point they'll likely design a new interface, or get rid of cables all together, but these will probably still sound great, if not better with age. My only concern is that so often with good products/companies like this, products and ideals start out strong, but with continued growth and success, business models get watered down, focus is lost and corners are cut. I hope for RHA that their vision stays clear and their products remain solid. I look forward to many years of enjoyment from these earbuds!

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from New Albany

    First, I had some concerns about purchasing RHA headphones... I'd never heard of them, no idea how they'd sound, most of the reviews were written by people given free samples to review. Finally, the over the ear fit, I wear glasses.

    I was still intrigued by the build quality, 3 year warranty, and styling. I visited the local Apple store and Bose store to compare. The specialist at the apple store was very knowledgable about headphones, but not the RHAs... We discussed the reviews and pro and cons. He suggested I but them and give them a real world test drive... Their return policy would make sure that I was happy.

    I did just that. I have to tell you these are amazing headphones. I'm hearing details in my music that I've never previously heard. If you're looking for a big bass response, these are not like Beats... They are well suited to the large variety of music that I listen to... everything from alternative to jazz and classical. My concerns about the ear loop are totally resolved. It comfortable and keeps the headphone in place. Additionally, with the large selection of ear tips, you can lit ally custom fit these to your ears.

    I've previously owned Sennheisers and tested the Bose IEMs.... To me there's no comparison.

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Just don't plan to run and expect them to stay in your ears

    • Written by from Bronx

    I bought these headphones with the hopes they would be great everyday headphones AND be able to run with them after reading a review from someone that said they stayed in his ear while exercising in every which way. I know they are not classified as workout headphones, but just don't expect them to say in your ear while running. The wire flops all over the place, eventually tugging it out of your ear. Annoying, otherwise great headphones.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent quality, great price.

    • Written by from Randallstown

    I've had these for about two months and couldn't be happier. Wasn't anxious to drop a lot of money on headphones, but definitely enjoy quality sound. The sound is amazing, the quality of materials and construction is first rate. Fit is very important. I was lucky, the fittings that were attached worked with my ears perfectly. I'm able to keep them in for extended periods without discomfort or listening fatigue. RHA provides a good selection of fittings with the phones that should accommodate most ears. The case is extremely handy and keeps everything together, reducing the chance of misplaced, lost or damaged headphones. Finally the price for equipment of this quality and performance was quite frankly a pleasant shock. It certainly enhances the enjoyment.

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  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Winnipeg

    These sound amazing. The depth of sound you can get from these headphones makes it feel like you're listening to a 7.2 surround sound system. The tonal response is very true to mix, which lets them pass as monitoring headphones for light studio work. The bass is incredibly tight, and reaches down to the depths of audible sound. Excellent headphones, much better value than any competitors. The construction is top-notch as well.

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