RHA MA 350 Noise Isolating Aluminum Earphones

RHA MA 350 Noise Isolating Aluminum Earphones Review - Introduction

The Glasglow, UK-headquarted RHA brings the affordably-priced, noise isolating, all-aluminum MA 350 to the extremely competitive low-priced earphones market. Machined from "aircraft grade" aluminum, the company boasts rich, natural sound from an "aerophonic" design inspired by the bell of a trumpet. Read on to find out whether these headphones are worth your time and money.


Inspired by the aerophonic design of a trumpet's bell, the MA350’s clean, simple lines and aluminium finish create an earphone which not only looks good but fits comfortably whilst providing a rich, natural sound. The MA350 is machined from solid, aircraft grade aluminium, sandblasted and partially anodised in matte black. The earbud’s aerophonic design transfers the sound organically from the 10mm driver to the ear canal. The result is a clear, rich tone through the audio spectrum with a deep, full bass response; quite an achievement in an earbud. The fabric braided cable produces less friction than a normal rubber cable which helps reduce tangling, prolonging product life. The shape of the earbud and the selection of silicone tips results in a snug, secure fit. 





  • Unique aerophonic design naturally transfers sound from the speaker to the ear

  • Soft silicone tips provide comfort and noise isolation

  • Machined from solid aluminium

  • Fabric braided cable eliminates tangling and prolongs cable life

  • 3.5mm gold plated connections

  • S/M/L size tips

  • Carry case





Drivers 10mm Mylar
Frequency range 16-22,000Hz
Impedance 16ohms
Sensitivity 103dB
Rated/max power 3/10mW
Weight 11g
Cable 1.2m Fabric braided
Connections 3.5mm Gold plated

Overview, Features, and Specifications courtesy of RHA MA 350 Product Webpage


RHA MA 350 Noise Isolating Aluminum Earphones Review - Package 1RHA MA 350 Noise Isolating Aluminum Earphones Review - Packaging 2

Not too much to describe in the way of packaging; the RHA MA 350s come in a nice little box. One very positive aspect of the box approach is not having to cut/claw/stab your way through any form fitted crimped plastic nightmares, as can be common with the cheaper earphones.

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