RHA MA750 Wireless Bluetooth In-Ear Headphone - Black £94.99 @ Eglobal Central
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RHA MA750 Wireless Bluetooth In-Ear Headphone - Black £94.99 @ Eglobal Central

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Found 29th Oct
Incredible price for a relatively new product.

These retail for £150.00.

I havent contacted RHA to ensure their fantastic 3 year warranty will be applicable, but I can see no reason why it won’t.


MA750 WirelessBluetooth® in-ear headphoneThe MA750 Wireless combines the premium metal construction, sophisticated design and accurate, balanced audio of RHA's acclaimed MA750 with premium wireless features and unrivalled battery life.

  • High fidelity aptX™ and AAC streaming for compatible devices
  • Noise isolating, Aerophonic™ design in steel
  • 12 hour battery life
  • Sweat and splashproof to IPX4
  • Universal remote and microphone

18 Comments

Not an authorised retailer, therefore not covered.

rha-audio.com/uk/…ers

Their warranty is fantastic though, and given my (wired) MA750 packed up after 6mths it's something I wouldn't do without. Cold from me due to this.

creepyg2 m ago

Not an authorised retailer, therefore not …Not an authorised retailer, therefore not covered.https://www.rha-audio.com/uk/retailersTheir warranty is fantastic though, and given my (wired) MA750 packed up after 6mths it's something I wouldn't do without. Cold from me due to this.


I agree about their warranty being fantastic! I had a pair that broke after two years and they replaced them after I sent a few pics off.

top notch service and brand. I will be buying again.

Good price ie for these. Why won’t the warranty apply here

thearbiter651 m ago

I agree about their warranty being fantastic! I had a pair that broke …I agree about their warranty being fantastic! I had a pair that broke after two years and they replaced them after I sent a few pics off.top notch service and brand. I will be buying again.Good price ie for these. Why won’t the warranty apply here


As per my link. Warranty only applies if purchased from authorised retailer.

Sorry, didn’t read your post properly.

Not an established brand to be spending this much on headphone and especially from the retailer. Would be alright for a brand eg- Bose,Beats,B&O, Harmon/Kardon etc

I got the eXtra BassSony MDR XB-70BT for £40 from Virgin Megastore.

Unknown brand. I don't even know why your description is like it is a known brand?

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ShafiqAmin17 m ago

Not an established brand to be spending this much on headphone and …Not an established brand to be spending this much on headphone and especially from the retailer. Would be alright for a brand eg- Bose,Beats,B&O, Harmon/Kardon etc


RHA is a good company producing quality products backed up by a 3 year warranty. Do some research. You’ll find the wired version of MA750 is a good value IEM that easily holds it own compared to superior brands to those mentioned by you.
Edited by: "OllieSt" 29th Oct

ShafiqAmin15 m ago

Not an established brand to be spending this much on headphone and …Not an established brand to be spending this much on headphone and especially from the retailer. Would be alright for a brand eg- Bose,Beats,B&O, Harmon/Kardon etc



Maybe not established in the sense of commonplace, but RHA are more than equal to those brands you mention. Their product range is small but focussed. I agree with your views on the retailer though.

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creepyg7 m ago

Maybe not established in the sense of commonplace, but RHA are more than …Maybe not established in the sense of commonplace, but RHA are more than equal to those brands you mention. Their product range is small but focussed. I agree with your views on the retailer though.


Yeah the retailer is the issue here. I personally think the MA750 wired is a great buy when discounted in their sales. There are fit issues for some but for me they are comfortable and enjoyable. They definitely need burn in time though.

OllieSt5 h, 57 m ago

Yeah the retailer is the issue here. I personally think the MA750 wired is …Yeah the retailer is the issue here. I personally think the MA750 wired is a great buy when discounted in their sales. There are fit issues for some but for me they are comfortable and enjoyable. They definitely need burn in time though.


Ha ha! Tell me about it. The worst part of them going wrong was knowing I'd have to burn in the replacement pair! They're well worth it though. One of the few in-ears I actually enjoy rather than tolerate.

I cannot tell if the people saying RHA is not established are being sarcastic or not?

Is is it like the Onkyo joke all over again?
Edited by: "Crossy" 30th Oct

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Crossy35 m ago

I cannot tell if the people saying RHA is not established are being …I cannot tell if the people saying RHA is not established are being sarcastic or not? Is is it like the Onkyo joke all over again?


No sarcasm as far as I can tell. The MA390 universal @ £19.95 with a 3year warranty, although entry level, and not in the same league as their MA750 is a no brainier.

OllieSt46 m ago

No sarcasm as far as I can tell. The MA390 universal @ £19.95 with a …No sarcasm as far as I can tell. The MA390 universal @ £19.95 with a 3year warranty, although entry level, and not in the same league as their MA750 is a no brainier.


I just find it odd people don`t know a brand and they automatically think its inferior which in most cases its the opposite.
I personally own the RHA T20i and after the initial running in period they are an amazing product. I would not swap them for some of the brands mentioned.

RHA are based in Glasgow, but do eGlobal not only deal in Grey imports?

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Crossy4 h, 27 m ago

I just find it odd people don`t know a brand and they automatically think …I just find it odd people don`t know a brand and they automatically think its inferior which in most cases its the opposite. I personally own the RHA T20i and after the initial running in period they are an amazing product. I would not swap them for some of the brands mentioned.




Nice choice.



What can you do, people are people. The likes of Shure and Sennheiser can get away with making mediocre products at this price point riding on their name. People with a genuine interest in headphones will always look for the best value they can get for their preferred sound signiture and will of course see beyond household names

dweaver from the thread below seems to really know his stuff.

Head-fi forum

RHA - T20 - Impressions, Reviews, and questions


I'm not too sure when the next RHA sale will be, but I would think Black Friday is the obvious next one.
Edited by: "OllieSt" 30th Oct

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pants3 h, 2 m ago

RHA are based in Glasgow, but do eGlobal not only deal in Grey imports?


I think on this occasion an eGlobal purchase would be fine, but you give up your 3 year warranty to buy at £94.99. The only feedback I have ever seen with RHA is that a quick replacement is offered without any quibble for the whole 3 year term. RHA customer service is pretty much known as some of the best out there, and to give that up does change things/

Having been an RHA owner, I would confirm that the products are very high quality and customer service is just brilliant! Unknown to some perhaps, but a genuine great headphone creator.

OllieSt30th Oct

No sarcasm as far as I can tell. The MA390 universal @ £19.95 with a …No sarcasm as far as I can tell. The MA390 universal @ £19.95 with a 3year warranty, although entry level, and not in the same league as their MA750 is a no brainier.


Yup, RHA is a good brand, liked this one a lot till it lasted. Great one for the price.
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