RHA’s MA390 wireless earphones lands in India to please budget audiophiles


Glasgow-based headphone maker, RHA, released new headphones in the MA series for the Indian market. The wireless headphones called MA390 cost Rs 5,999 and will be sold from July 1 on online portals like Amazon, Headphonezone.in and Flipkart as well as retail stores such as Croma and Apple Premium Resellers.

Also read: RHA MA750 review: the best neckband-style wireless headphones you can buy

New Wireless Earphones in Town: RHA MA390

In terms of design, the MA390 look like a very traditional set of headphones and with not a lot of wow factor. They’re lightweight, come with IPX4 ratings (splash, sweat resistance), and also have a three-button universal remote that allows users to switch between music, voice calls, and digital assistant. The MA390 has a three-year guarantee and can connect with both iOS and Android devices. 

Ma390 wireless headphones

The MA390, which is the fourth wireless headphone from RHA, is aptX and AAC enabled which will surely bring a rich and high-fidelity audio experience to users. Eight hours of battery life is promised and the headphones can sync with two devices at the same time while connection range is advertised as 10 meters.

Also read: Boult Audio introduces ENCORE, a new wireless earphones to its existing line-up in India

The wireless earphones market is seeing a rapid growth in India. With many foreign and local brands producing high fidelity line-up, Indian audience now has more options than ever to choose a wireless earphone.

What would be your choice? Check out our coverage of the popular wireless earphones. We have reviewed some of the popular wireless headsets for you to decide which one to invest. Drop a line or two with your feedback in the comments section below. 

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