The RHA MA600i in-ear headphones deliver superbly precise and balanced sound. They incorporate machined aluminum components, custom dynamic drivers, and a dual-insulated cable, so you hear high-definition audio that's effectively isolated from outside noise.
- Custom 320.1 driver for precise and balanced sound reproduction
- Signature aerophonic design with noise isolation
- Machined from solid, aircraft-grade aluminum
- Three-button remote and microphone
- Eight sets of dual-density silicone ear tips
- Dual-insulated, oxygen-free copper cable with gold-plated 90-degree connection
- Hard carry case and stainless steel ear-tip holder
Did you notice?Built to last using high-quality materials.
Apple Recommends ForExperience high-definition sound for all the music on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod.
What's in the Box?
- RHA MA600i noise-isolating in-ear headphones with remote and microphone
- Hard carry case
- Eight sets of dual-density, silicone ear tips (Two S, Two M, Two L, Two S2, One M2)
- Patent pending stainless steel ear-tip holder
- User guide
- Frequency Response: 16 Hz - 22 kHz
- Impedance: 16 ohms
- Other Features: With Remote and Mic, Sound Isolating
- Form Factor: In Ear
- Cable Length: 4.43 ft./1.35 m
- Drivers: 320.1 custom dynamic driver
- Weight: 0.71 oz./20 g
- Mfr. Part Number: 201030
- UPC or EAN No.: 5060212270511
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty: Three year manufacturer's warranty (For details, please visit www.rha.co.uk/us/warranty)
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Ratings & Reviews
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
29 of 33 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
28 of 34 people found this useful
A Big Sound, A little Disappointment
These headphones sound great even at high volumes. However, after about 4 months the left side is giving me a cracking sound now. These headphones sound great even at high volumes. However, after about 4 months the left side is giving me a cracking sound now. Really frustrating... …
- Written by Pierre A from West Palm Beach
9 of 10 people found this useful
Good design but the headphone is dead one side
I like the design but I changed this headphone the second time and having the same problem. dead one side at the one doesnt have c I like the design but I changed this headphone the second time and having the same problem. dead one side at the one doesnt have control volume. Will contact them again. It is a very nice one for both sound and design but it seems like incompleted product. …
- Written by Duy Anh V from Toronto
1 of 1 people found this useful
not worth the $90 I spent
I bought these headphones because I had heard good things about them. What a disappointment. They are not the very comfortable, t I bought these headphones because I had heard good things about them. What a disappointment. They are not the very comfortable, they fall out easily, and the worst part is the highs are too high. they hurt my ears. I would not recommend these if you are looking for something thats worth the money, and sounds good. Thanks for reading.
- Written by Robert T from menlo park
1 of 2 people found this useful
The Sound Of The '80s...At 21st Century Prices
The build quality seemed excellent, so I was hoping the sound quality would be similarly excellent.
There's a goodly The build quality seemed excellent, so I was hoping the sound quality would be similarly excellent.
There's a goodly amount of bass - although not enough deep bass - and plenty of extreme, shrill midrange. Unfortunately there's insufficient treble extension. The end result is a really unpleasant listen, that makes everything sound like a late '80s Bananarama record, all slappy drums with no low end and an ear-splitting midrange. In spite of the hot high-end the treble seems curiously muted, which is a losing combination - shrill yet muffled.
I would have returned them but managed to somehow lose them for a couple of months. When I finally found them again it was too late.
Crazily enough, based on strong reviews I purchased RHA's better-reviewed MA750i earbuds to replace them, and was pleasantly surprised to discover they have none of the 600i's shortcomings. They offer strong, deep bass performance, a balanced midrange and reasonable treble extension, although at fairly reduced levels. Still, they're an extremely pleasant listen and might be the best earbuds you can buy in this price class. I've had them for months and they've held up well so far, fingers crossed. …
- Written by Dan F from San Francisco
1 of 1 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
whats the best ear bud if you need good mic quality
- Asked by Tamzen W from San Rafael
- Feb 16, 2014
Is it true that the version with the mic has slightly inferior sound quality compared to the non-mic version?
- Asked by Michael S
- Sep 15, 2013
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
- Oct 27, 2013