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RHA TrueConnect Wireless In-Ear Headphones - £99.95 @ RHA Audio
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RHA TrueConnect Wireless In-Ear Headphones - £99.95 @ RHA Audio

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Posted 28th Nov 2019

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Had these wireless earphones for a while - great sounding. Great price as part of RHA’s Black Friday sale. These have newer and updated Bluetooth 5 connectivity.

Also available in Navy and white.

Product Info:

The TrueConnect combines stylish, subtle design, excellent call and streaming quality, IPX5 sweat and weather resistance, and intuitive device and call control in earpieces.

5+20 hours battery, with fast charging
IPX5 sweat, splash and weather resistance
Secure, comfortable fit; ideal for active use
Stem design maximises call quality
Full device and digital assistant control via touch and mic
Durable flip charging case carries 4 charges
Supplied with Comply™ TrueGrip Plus and RHA TrueConnect tips
International 3-year warranty
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6 Comments
I have 4 types of wireless headphones. These have the best sound.
dahat28/11/2019 15:34

I have 4 types of wireless headphones. These have the best sound.


agreed, tried various inc jabra elite 65t, galaxy buds, galaxy iconx 2018 and the RHA are by far the best sounding, and best fitting

find they do momentarily drop connection now and then, especially in busy places and you are moving, ie walking through a busy city street.

also the controls on the sides are really fiddly compared to some.
Edited by: "Markgranto" 28th Nov 2019
Markgranto28/11/2019 15:41

agreed, tried various inc jabra elite 65t, galaxy buds, galaxy iconx 2018 …agreed, tried various inc jabra elite 65t, galaxy buds, galaxy iconx 2018 and the RHA are by far the best sounding, and best fittingfind they do momentarily drop connection now and then, especially in busy places and you are moving, ie walking through a busy city street.also the controls on the sides are really fiddly compared to some.


Agree, sound really good. Mine also cut out for a short time when I get to the barriers at train stations... but I think they have improved connectivity with the newer ones
Has anyone tried these with TV shows or films? If so is there any significant lag on lip sync?
Edited by: "hurley31" 28th Nov 2019
Also anyone use this for phonecalls? I find Apple airpods the best but I use Android and absolutely loathe Apple products
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