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RHA introduces MA650 Wireless in white
RHA steps into spring with the release of its MA650 Wireless in white. Though earbuds retain the same form and 12-hour battery life as their silver and black counterpart, the white aesthetic appeals to consumers with a sophisticated, minimalist fashion sense.
For consumers who are looking to refresh their spring wardrobe with a clean and bold pair of Bluetooth-enabled earbuds, the RHA MA650 Wireless in white are an appealing option. The earbuds exemplify the Glasgow-based company’s attention to detail; the new release weigh just 33 grams, are constructed of 6063 aluminum, and are IPX4-certified.
RHA retains well-received features of the original MA650 Wireless in black by featuring NFC pairing, an in-line mic and remote, and an ergonomic neckband that forms to the contours of the wearer’s neck. It also transmits vibrations, informing the user of incoming notifications. Additionally, listeners are able to access their respective virtual assistants by depressing the multi-function button for two seconds.
The earbuds are compatible with USB-C charging, requiring 2.5 hours for a full charging cycle. Additionally, they’re aptX and AAC compatible, which provides improved audio quality and eliminates perceived latency.
The MA650 Wireless in white are currently available to order through Amazon or directly through the company’s website for $99.95.