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Save £15 off RHA MA450i In-Ear Headphones with Remote and Microphone £24.99 @ R H A / amazon

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I initially bought a pair of RHA MA350 earphones from Dixons Travel at Glasgow Airport a few years ago - they have a huge billboard just before the duty free section as I needed a pair for holiday. …
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I initially bought a pair of RHA MA350 earphones from Dixons Travel at Glasgow Airport a few years ago - they have a huge billboard just before the duty free section as I needed a pair for holiday.

For £29.95 they were great in comparison to my standard apple earphones in terms of sound quality and blocking out noise. I then found the RHA 450i's that come with a remote and microphone on Amazon for only £24.95!

They also come with a 3 year warranty which I thought was unheard of for earphones at that price point - absolute bargain!

If you haven't heard of, or tried RHA I recommend giving these a try
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#1
RHA are fantastic earphones. My MA350's are still going strong 5 years on
#2
I'd remove the save £15 bit because that's a made up saving, people will expect a promo code or something they knocks off £15 and get their nose put out of joint.
1 Like #3
Also I believe RHA are a British make as well (another plus for buying these).
1 Like #4
hi greencode yeah my MA350's are still going these ones are the next ones up
#5
Very good earphones, these were my first real set of decent earphones after using stock ones for years. Im now using Yamaha EPH-100 which are an improvement but for this price these are great. You cant go wrong with RHA either, they make things to last and have great customer service.
#6
I like my bass. Can anyone comment on how bassy these earphones sound?

I did buy a pair of the Sony MDR-650's that were hot on here before Christmas, and although they're excellent they're not for me as they're not 'thumpy' enough! :3
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Not overly bassy, instead they focus on a much more natural and balanced sound. They do sound good and a great buy @ £25.

Re being built to last, I have to disagree. RHA have replaced two sets after ~1yr each because both suffered the same wiring failure near the jack. Maybe it should be straight rather than right-angled. Customer service was excellent.

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