RHA MA-350 Aerophonic Sound Earbuds Review

Posted: Nov 14 2011, 4:26pm CST | by , in I4U Gadget Reviews


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Tiny earbuds with big sound


The RHA MA-350 earbuds are made from aluminum and comes with three different ear tips sizes. The cable is braded fabric and it has a 3.5mm connector. The drivers are 10mm and it has a frequency range of 16-22,000Hz. They are on Amazon in the UK right now for £29.95 and they will be coming to the US too.

In Use

The first thing I noticed about the RHA MA-350 earbuds was the unique shape. These earbuds are larger in diameter, but significantly flatter than the typical earbuds. That is a good thing if you don’t like your earbuds to stick out of your ears very far. They are also lightweight and stay in place well if you move around or exercise with them in your ears.

The braded fabric cable will help the cord to last longer even if you tug on it a lot. The cable is also long so you can put the smartphone or MP3 player in your pocket and not feel as if you will rip your ears off. There is no inline remote so you will need to change tracks manually and there is no mic for making calls. I tested the RHA MA-350 with my iPhone 4 and my usual tracks.

The bass was very deep. In fact, the bass was as deep as headphones costing much more money. While the bass was deep the mids and highs were clear and nuanced. For a company I had never heard of these RHA MA-350 earbuds perform very well. I really like how nuanced the music is with these headphones letting you hear little things like the fingers scraping across guitar strings and such.



  • Comfortable
  • Priced well


  • No remote


The RHA MA-350 earbuds are one of the better sets I have ever tired. This is a top-notch country and I highly recommend the RHA MA-350 if you are in the UK or can find these in a store in the US.


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