UK-based headphones firm, RHA doesn’t quite have the clout that other big names in the personal audio business have, but that hasn’t stopped it coming up with some neat concepts such as the RHA TrueConnect and RHA TrueConnect 2. Both sets of wireless earbuds came with their own flaws alongside some very strong pros, and it’s the same story with the RHA TrueControl ANC.
A little expensive for what they offer, you’ll be disappointed by merely okay battery life, while also feeling joyous at the wealth of differently-sized eartips bundled in.
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