“RHA’s MA390 Wireless ship with support for Qualcomm’s aptX HD codec, ensuring the earphones can deliver high-quality audio over Bluetooth”
Scotland-based audio manufacturer RHA recently unveiled a brand new pair of Bluetooth earphones in India. Dubbed the RHA MA390 Wireless, the earphones ship with IPX4 certification, making them ideal for gym-goers and runners.
Coming to the specs of the earphones, the RHA MA390 Wireless feature a flexible neckband-style design, similar to what we’ve seen on the brand’s MA650 Wireless earphones (review). Moving on, the earphones ship with a pair of RHA’s custom dynamic drivers inside each earpiece and connect to compatible devices over Bluetooth v4.1. The earphones support most popular codecs, including SBC, AAC as well as Qualcomm’s aptX HD and can operate across a frequency range of 16Hz – 22,000Hz.
The MA390 Wireless can last up to 8 hours with the volume set to 60 percent, as per the brand, and make use of a USB Type-C port for charging. The earphones ship with a 3-button universal in-line remote control and tout a Bluetooth range of up to 10m.
As far as the pricing is concerned, the RHA MA390 Wireless will set interested folks back by Rs 5,999. The earphones went on sale at the beginning of the month and can be picked up from Headphone Zone’s website.