After unveiling the RHA MA390 Wireless Bluetooth earphones globally, the British audio company has launched its new wireless earphones in India. The RHA MA390 Wireless earphones are priced at Rs. 5,999 in India, and offers impressive features in the price segment. It is one of the few earphones priced under Rs. 10,000 that offer AAC and aptX audio codecs as well as IPX4 sweat resistance and USB C charging port.
While priced lower than the company’s RHA MA650 Wireless and RHA MA750 Wireless earphones (Review), the RHA MA390 Wireless retains most of their features. The RHA MA390 Wireless, when paired to compatible Android and iOS devices, allows quick access to AI-powered digital voice assistants: Cortana, Google Assistant and Siri. Let’s have a look at the detailed features and specifications of the RHA MA390 Wireless earphones.
RHA MA390 Wireless Earphones: Price In India, Availability
The RHA MA390 Wireless earphones are priced in India for Rs. 5,999, and are available through the online channel from HeadphoneZone.in website. It is available only in one colour, and comes with a carry pouch, a few pairs of additional ear tips, a USB C charging cable, and a sports clip.
RHA MA390 Wireless Earphones: Features, Specifications
The RHA MA390 Wireless earphones have a neck collar design, similar to that of the RHA MA650 Wireless and the RHA MA750 Wireless. The earbuds and the in-line remote is made out of aluminium for better longevity, and the earphones are rated at IPX4 for sweat and water splash resistant design. The earphones use Model 130.8 dynamic drivers, and come with Bluetooth connectivity. It also supports Apple’s AAC and Qualcomm’s aptX audio codecs for top-class wireless audio quality. If the audio source doesn’t support any of these codecs, the connection falls back to SBC.
The RHA MA390 Wireless also come with a 3-button in-line remote to control music playback, volume, and calls. Yes, it features a microphone as well. Moreover, it can also summon Cortana, Google Assistant or Siri, depending on which operating system runs on a connected smartphone or tablet. The earphones have USB Type-C port for charging, and once fully-charged, they can last up to 8 hours of continuous audio playback (when volume is set at 60 percent) or up to 30 days of standby.
Compared to the recently launched OnePlus Bullets Wireless earphones, the RHA MA390 Wireless appears to be a viable alternative. While pricier by Rs. 2,000 it offers better build quality, AAC audio codec (great when used with Apple products), and longer warranty period.