Saturday, March 17, 2018

RHA SA950i Headphones Review

Earlier this year we took a look at RHA’s MA450i earphones and they proved to be a great value and offered good performance. Today we are taking a look at RHA’s SA950i’s which unlike the MA450i’s they are an over-ear type of headphones. They are designed to be extremely light and easy to take with you but still provide professional quality audio. They also feature a detachable audio cable that has in-line volume controls and a microphone for taking calls. Will these be your next headset? Read on as we take a look…

Special thanks to RHA for providing us with the SA950i Headphones to review.

– 40mm titanium-coated mylar drivers
– Single detachable fabric braided cable helps eliminates tangling and prolongs cable life
– iPhone/iPod/iPad remote and microphone
– Adjustable chrome sliders for secure and comfortable fit
– Gold plated connections maximise contact efficiency
– Neodymium magnet and CCAW voice coils
– Lightweight at just 105g

Drivers: 40mm Titanium mylar
Frequency range: 16-22,000Hz
Impedance: 32ohms
Sensitivity: 113dB
Rated/max power: 30/100mW
Height: 185 mm
Width: 145 mm
Depth: 65 mm
Weight: 105g
Cable: 1.5m Fabric braided
Connections: 3.5mm Gold plated

The SA950i’s come in a very nice retail package. On the front there is a photo of the headphones and some information. It also tells us these headphones are certified for iPod, iPhone and iPad. On the back there is more information and specifications in quite a few different languages.

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The front of the box sort of opens up like a book to a plastic window that actually gives you a good look at the headphones. On the other side is even more information about the headphones and their features. Getting everything out of the box we have the SA950i headphones, audio cable, and a user’s guide.

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For a full video unboxing and overview of the SA950i’s be sure to watch the video below.

Bob Buskirk
the authorBob Buskirk
About 10 years of computer experience. Been messing around with electronics since I was 5, got into computers when I was in highschool, been modding them ever since then. Very interested in how things work and their design.
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