HomeGadgetsHeadphones/EarphonesRHA MA390 Wireless Headphones Availabe for Pre-Order

    RHA MA390 Wireless Headphones Availabe for Pre-Order

    RHA MA390 Wireless Headphones Availabe for Pre-Order


    The RHA MA390 Wireless cans will retail for an affordable $70 on Amazon, and easily beat out many other headphones in the sub-$100 price point, especially wireless ones, with virtually no connection noise, aptX and AAC capability, eight hours of battery life, and the ability to sync to two devices simultaneously.

    Sound quality-wise, they sound awesome, with terrific bass, as well as superior passive noise isolation. We also enjoyed the way that the metal tips were magnetized, sticking back-to-back for easier storage. The MA390 Wireless headphones have an IPX4 rating, so they’re water and sweat resistant, perfect for workouts and rainy days.

    “We designed the MA390 Wireless using quality materials and technology,” said Kyle Hutchinson, the company’s head of product design, in a press release. “We packed all our desired functionality into a flexible, robust headphone. It can be taken on adventures without users worrying about battery life or the headphone being too delicate.”

    The RHA MA390 Wireless is available for pre-order today. For more info, check out the company’s website.

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    David Novak
    David Novak
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