Reddit Reddit reviews RHA MA750i (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

We found 38 Reddit comments about RHA MA750i (Discontinued by Manufacturer). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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RHA MA750i (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
No longer produced by RHA, replaced by newer model: Gen. 2Apple compatible 3-button remote303F grade stainless steel constructionHandmade dynamic driver for clear, natural sound reproductionReinforced, 1.35m oxygen-free cable
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38 Reddit comments about RHA MA750i (Discontinued by Manufacturer):

u/throwaway93257 · 4 pointsr/LoveLive

Headset or buds? The i edition of the RHA MA750s I linked above should be pretty great if head-fi is to be believed. You should definitely check out the table too if you're looking for IEMs.

EDIT: Some table usage tips: narrow by budget first, then look for a high average rating. If you don't know what criteria you're looking for, leave them blank and try to find a good balance. I personally don't care much about accessories or microphonics, so I look for high average values despite those things since that means everything else must be super high to compensate. In your case, microphonics might be more impactful so you could keep that high.

u/ilouiei · 4 pointsr/iphone
u/L3Vi007 · 2 pointsr/AVexchange

Just a heads up, warehouse deals has this for $57 with "minor imperfections" which is just a fancy term they use for packaging damaged.

u/Idontlikecock · 2 pointsr/headphones

I am very confused as to what in the hell happened to their prices. Last week they were $120 for the non remote version, like $140 the remote version. My suggestion would be to pick up one of these, because they are honestly the only ones I can find under $200

u/ChokingVictim · 2 pointsr/bodybuilding


Bit late here, but I want to make a suggestion. I have the same issue as you - I hate when they need readjusting, or when they fall out. I even went with over-the-head headphones for 2 years to avoid the problem, but recently went back for better sound quality (and so I don't screw my hair up wearing headphones all the time). I originally thought the issue was type or size of earphones themselves, so I bought some RHA ma750i earphones. They sound fantastic and they are very well made (3 year warranty, too). Actually found out about them on the audiophile subreddit.

What I discovered, though, is that in-ear do not lend themselves well to sweat/fitness and people with small ears (mine are very small). They slid out a lot in the gym. I was about to return them when I read about Comply foam tips. I cannot recommend them enough. You buy them on Amazon, or their site, and replace the one's RHA gives you (or whatever you decide to go with). Then you roll them in your fingers before you put them in each time to make them small/pointy, and then shove 'em in. They reform within your ear canal and fit VERY snug.

I use them in the gym, at work, all over. They are noise canceling and isolate very well. They take a serious tug to get them to fall out. The only issue is that it does take an extra 10-15 seconds per earphone to get them in (rolling and inserting), so it's a bit annoying when you take one to talk to someone for a second.

The only caveat is that they are a bit pricey ($12-18 or so for 3 pairs [6 total]). They also get a bit waxy and I've found them to last 4-6 months each.

End of the day, I cannot recommend the tips enough. Once you find the earphones you want to buy, check out the Comply website and pick up a size that fits the earphones you bought. They come in different sizes, shapes, etc., so you need to be sure you buy the right one. They are exactly what you're looking for, I think. for some info.

(This sounds a lot like a sales pitch, but I'm not associated with them in any way haha. I just really love the product.)

u/OhNoItsGodzirrah · 2 pointsr/headphones

I'm not a serious audiophile, but I've been loving my recent purchase, the RHA MA750i's ($130). They seem to be pretty close to what you're looking for. The bass isn't terribly punchy, but it's nice and controlled. The mids are very well defined and seem to have some emphasis in the higher end. The treble is nice and crisp, but never sibilant. I wouldn't say they're a bright pair of headphones, definitely neutral, bordering on warmer, but the treble isn't lacking at all either. The soundstage is pretty good. Not super open, but not constricting. They have good isolation when you find the right set of tips. Plus, the MA750i's (not the regular MA750's) do have iPhone controls.

Also, I feel I have to mention the build quality. The cables are very thick (not great for storing in a pocket, but they prevent tangles and extreme bending very well), all the major parts (housings, mic/controls, splitter, and jack) are stainless steel, and there's a metal spring that's used as tension relief around the jack that I just think is ingenious. Plus, they have a 3 year warranty that, from all accounts, RHA seem to be very generous with what they'll cover.

Bonus pic

u/xPurplexAnarchyx · 2 pointsr/headphones

People tend to prefer wireless when it comes to pairing with a phone and wireless tends to not worry about sound quality whereas IEM manufacturers are focused on sound and convenience isn't a worry.

I suppose you could consider this one? I haven't tried this version so I can't really say anything about it but it's also made by Lunashops.

Your second best bet would probably be the RHA MA750i (haven't heard) and if you are willing to forget about something balanced the Klipsch x11i has a pretty nice microphone.

My final choice has shoddy build quality but the RE-400i has great clarity and hits above its price range - if only it was more durable.

u/super-rad · 2 pointsr/indieheads

I have a love/hate relationship with these:

GOOD: The sound is awesome once the drivers burn-in. The sound isolation is spectacular. They come with a wide variety of ear tips so you can definitely find the most comfortable fit. They honor the warranty.

BAD: The cable is very long so I snag it on stuff pretty often. I've broken 3 pairs, but that may just be me being hard on them as they get at least 5 hours of use every day.

u/monte_cristo_island · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

For Canadian folks, the RHA MA750i with remote+mic are a great choice and are on sale right now over at !

u/cub31993 · 2 pointsr/htc

If you really want to get into Hi-Res and audiophile grade headphones then you should get something like Audio Technica MSR7 , Philips Fidelio L2 or Sony MDR-1R

Edit: In-ear that are good enough for Hi-Res would be: RHA 750i, Sony XBA-H3 or Shure SE425

u/beefJeRKy-LB · 2 pointsr/headphones

If you can stretch the budget a little, these

Else, these are also great.

Edit: they have remoteless versions for $10 less

u/Hajile_S · 2 pointsr/todayilearned


What level of headphone do you have to be at for these to be helpful? I got some RHA MA750i's that I'm rather happy with (having come from my first entry-levels, Shure SE215's). I'm just wondering if it would be silly to invest in AMP/DAC's until I can afford some nicer overears.

u/CygnusOmega · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

If you want actual sound quality I'd check these out. RHA makes some good quality stuff and they have a nice 3 year warranty on them too. They should work just fine I think.

u/therealjohnfreeman · 1 pointr/headphones

What do you think of the RHA MA750i? I saw them mentioned in the headphones recommendations wiki. I like that it's over-the-ear.

u/RadBadTad · 1 pointr/GooglePixel

I don't have much information about earbuds with working remotes or controls, but I can tell you that the 3.5mm jack for headphones is pretty low quality compared against "media-centric" phones, so don't worry about sound quality too much, for music, unless you're going to get something that takes a straight signal from your USB-C port. Going from my M8 to the Pixel was really disappointing in terms of sound quality, so I bought a DAC that I plug into my USB port and it sounds much much better.

I personally use a pair of RHA earbuds, but my set has no controls for volume and no mic for calls or anything, so I can't tell you if the controller version works with the pixel, I'm sorry.

u/abronia · 1 pointr/iphone

Just get a pair of RHA headphones. They're made of stainless steel, have a three year warranty, come with many different ear tips, and have excellent sound quality.

I have not personally used them for working out, but from the reviews, they would be perfectly fine.

u/Esg876 · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

These ones? I dont really use them for my phone (got them for my music player) but testing them works fine for calls, however the volume +/- doesent appear to work. I also brought them in june 2015 so not sure if theirs a new version or anything

u/arsa37 · 1 pointr/headphones

Phillips SHP9500 would be my pick

or these IEM's

you can also consider the Audio Technica M40x but they cost a bit more , cable is propietary so you can't buy cheap cables or microphones and comfort isnt as god with the x's unless you get new pads

for a microphone if you go with my suggestion of the Phillips get the V-Moda BoomPro

u/ctbear · 1 pointr/AVexchange

Where do you see that? I'm seeing $130:

u/darkshaddow42 · 1 pointr/headphones

Looking for IEMs that can stand up to abuse - stuffed in pockets, accidentally sat on, etc. I've yet to have a pair of headphones last more than 2 years or so without breaking. My last pair, RHA MA750i worked out mostly because they had an awesome return policy, but the warranty is expired and I'd like to have a nice pair that I don't have to worry about replacing. Over ear preferred, mic and android-compatible remote would be a plus but not necessary.


IEM, over-ear preferred. Something that can stand up to abuse. $100-200 budget. Mic/android remote a plus.

u/randym99 · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

These RHA MA750i's are what I bought my girlfriend for christmas after researching (mostly on reddit) for good quality, not crazy expensive earbuds. The shape is unique but she loves them and they sound great, better than my Bose MIE2i's. She's only had them a month now, but when I've handled them, they felt well-built.

u/ProductiveAtHome · 1 pointr/apple

I like the RHA 750i. Comes with several in-ear adapter pieces so you can get the best fit and sound. The quality of the cable is stainless steel, so that will help with durability and headphone cables do not get tangled easy.


Apple Store

u/TOMATO_ON_URANUS · 1 pointr/headphones

The automated purchase assistant suggested the RHA MA750s. Definitely a great start to what I want, but I'm looking for a few different aspects.

Pros of RHA MA750s: Solid construction, built in mic, over-ear design (I don't mind a straight if it's built well, my ear canals just get very sensitive when the monitor and cable are being supported by silicone and friction instead of using the pinna to help support)

Looking for: Extreme durability - can take moderate abuse, especially humidity and being quickly coiled up and shoved in a pocket. Choice of housing color - Brass/Gold or Wood preferred. Willing to take a decent hit in quality for the above.

TL;DR I'm really looking for a $25-$75 EDC over-ear IEM that can handle some tough love while maintaining better quality sound than a $15 pair of Skullcandy from Walmart. Don't worry, I'm coming back in a month or two to ask about real high-quality Over-Ears

Edit to fill out template

Budget: $50 +/- $25

Source: Mostly Galaxy S7, rarely desktop with decent but still on-board audio driver

Isolation: As much as possible preferred but not a dealbreaker

Public: Yes, ~75% of their use

Type: IEM over-ear, IEM straight only if they're well-known for being very comfortable

Balance: V or Bass (I think, see below)

Past: Only "real" IEMs I've had before this are Marshall Minors (discontinued recently, current ones falling apart, looking to upgrade a bit and not be paying $20, $30 for brand name). Current desktop over-ears: Logitech G930 (I fell for the wireless meme, pls forgive me, I regret my decision)

Music: Pretty much anything where vocals are nonexistent, extremely clear, or secondary to the instrumentals - Classical (especially Baroque), Dubstep/EDM, Rap before Drake and mumbling, mellow classic rock (later Beatles, Pink Floyd, Eagles, Grateful Dead, etc), occasionally select 2000s pop for nostalgia reasons.

Location: USA, Amazon Prime

u/Colpeachfuzz · 1 pointr/teenagers

Alrighty basically within music you listen to there are 3 main components i guess: Bass, mids, and highs. These components are what make your music and each instrument or sound fits into one of these categories. With beats, the reason they were "liked" was due to the headphones increasing the amount of base you hear. This meant that you were not getting an accurate representation of what you were actually listening to. For $200 you can get a great pair of over ear headphones brand new that let you hear exactly what the music sounds like with nothing getting changed.

TL:DR-Beats are bass boosted and not an accurate representation of your music. Buy either Audio Technica ATH-M50x's for over ear or RHA MA-750-'s for in ears

u/tyzam1 · 1 pointr/headphones

Budget - up to 150 dollars.

Source - LG V20 and itouch 5

Requirements for Isolation - I need isolation, but perfect isolation is not needed.

Will you be using these Headphones in Public? - Everywhere. Gym Definitely.

Preferred Type of Headphone - IEM's only.

Preferred tonal balance - Balance and Clarity. NO weak bass

Past headphones -Skullcandy iems (20 bucks from 7 years ago), g930's

Preferred Music - House/EDM/Dance Lot's of Illenium and TheFatRat

What would you like to improve on from your set-up - Quite Balanced preference. Lacking bass is a nono, however.

The MA750's are currently on sale for 90 bucks and look like they're right up my alley. I am looking to buy them asap, so as not to miss the sale. I took the assistant quiz and came up with the Shures and the Etymotic HF5 but just wanted to compare. Thanks for any input!

u/snessim · 1 pointr/headphones < this? sorry, probably using the wrong word. I'm a scrub. What I mean is a pair of headphones with a band inbetween that goes on the top of your head, like most gaming headphones and really headphones in general have. Preferably over ear.

Edit: removed my terrible formatting
Edit 2: Read up on difference between 'headset' and 'headphones'. Meant headphones. RIP me ._. sorry dude

u/daft357 · 1 pointr/headphones

Budget - $100 - $150

Source - iPhone 5 primary and PC (schiit vali+modi).

Isolation is preferred

On the go headphones

Location - Arizona USA

More interested in universal IEM's.

Past headphones - ATH M50. They sound okay. I would like them to have more deeper bass. DT 990 Pro. Overall sound is great. Sharp highs and mid. Bass is accurate present but not deep. Soundstage is great.

Indie rock, indie pop, electronic music, EDM, deep house, hip-hop, alternative rock, technical heavy metal.

Preferred tonal balance - Warm and clean sounds. Present and somewhat deeper bass. (Not overpowering bass like beats tour) Do not like sharp highs.

Headphones I've discovered so far that might help fit my profile.

Shure Clear SE215 CL The clear body looks awesome but not completely necessary.

RHA MA750i The microphone is a plus.

u/TriGzuH · 1 pointr/headphones

Budget: $100 USD

Source: LG G3

Type of Headphone: IEM

Requirements for Isolation: Moderate to high - primary use will be for gym use and running. They'll also be used on public transportation or libraries occasionally.

tonal balance: Neutral or slightly warm.

Past headphones: Philips Fidelio X1

I am currently considering Shure SE215-K Live Sound Monitor and RHA MA750i Noise Isolating Premium In-Ear Headphone with Remote and Microphone. Does anybody have experience with either? Which would you recommend? If not either of these, what do you think are the best IEMs with my criteria?

u/PuppyShy · 1 pointr/headphones

Hello all, wall of text approaching.

Budget - $100-$150 MAX

Source - Retina Macbook Pro, Iphone 4s. No amps here.

Requirements for Isolation - Moderate to High Isolation. I'll use these at work with one headphone in.

Preferred Type of Headphone - IEMs,

Preferred tonal balance - Balanced with a lot of bass/sub bass. (not really balanced I know, but the rest of the tonal range is important to me)

Past headphones - Meelectronics M6P's these have nice bass, but not the best over-all sound quality. Astrotec AX-35. Picked these guys up on a recent Massdrop.The bass is a little flat on these guys, but everything sounds really nice, IMO.

Preferred Music - EDM, Rap, Alternative, Rock, etc. A lot of bass-heavy stuff.

I'm leaning toward the Shure SE215's and the RHA MA750i's. I know I'm looking for clear bass and sub-bass. But mids and highs are important to me too. Some of the pairs I've had in the past will either put bass center stage leaving the mids/highs muddy or distant, or visa versa. I like everything sounding clear with a lot of bass presence.
RHA's warranty is a big plus to me. And I know that the SE215's have been known to fail.

Any thoughts?

Thanks in advance!

u/js105 · 1 pointr/headphones

Budget - $90-150 flexible

Source - iphone, PC, macbook

Requirements for Isolation - dont really have a preference, use at work and commuting so needs some isolation

Preferred Type of Headphone - IEM. Need it to have a microphone

Preferred tonal balance - probably something more bass heavy but open to more balanced

Past headphones - havent really had any quality headphones, had a bose on ear a few years back which i like but now i want buds instead.

Preferred Music - Hip-Hop

Location US

ive been looking at the Etyomic Research HF3s

and the RHA MA750i

anybody have any thoughts on the differences between those two, or any other suggestions?

u/Urano_Metria · 1 pointr/pcgaming

I don't remember how long it took on this particular pair, but I do know it was significantly less stressful and less hassle than replacing the tips on my IEMs with Comply tips.

u/QuipA · 1 pointr/headphones

RHA MA750(i)

they come with a pleather carrying pouch...make use of it :P

RHA warranty, service and reliability is very good with 3 years warranty and very solid build quality.

If you want to take it to the next level have a look at the Etymotic Research Hf5

u/Soronir · 1 pointr/Fitness

/r/headphones has some good resources if you want to get in-depth. Even has some linked pre-made lists with price ranges and detailed reviews.

I've got a pair of these Sennheisers, they were the first IEMs I bought for running/jogging/biking and I really like them.

I just recently got some RHA MA750i's and they're also very nice. I'm thinking I might need a portable amp to get the most out of these, though. They're probably better than those Sennheisers I linked but I don't think my phone is an ideal source for them. Maybe it's just in my head, I don't have the best ear for this stuff. I'm by no means an audiophile.

EDIT: I think I was just wearing the wrong size ear tips on the RHA MA750i's. They're sounding much better now.

u/1l1l1l1 · 1 pointr/headphones

These are pretty comparable to SE215 IMO. Nice metal construction, but no replaceable cord. My roommate owns them and he prefers them over SE215's. I prefer the 215's.