RHA MA650i In-Ear Earphones With Lightning Connector Launched in India

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RHA MA650i Lightning Connector

RHA, the British personal audio firm, has launched a newer variant of its famous RHA MA650 earphones in India. The RHA MA650i with Lightning is exactly similar to the RHA MA650 except, for one thing, the Lightning connector. These earphones come with an industry-leading three-year warranty.

RHA MA650i With Lightning Pricing, Availability

These earphones are available for purchase in India through online and offline retail stores for INR 6,999. You can purchase them online through HeadphoneZone.in, Amazon, and Flipkart. It is also available through Apple Premium Resellers and Tata Croma.

RHA MA650i Bundled Accessories

RHA MA650i With Lightning Features

If you don’t know already, the RHA MA650 is available in wired (3.5mm connector) and wireless (Bluetooth) versions. The RHA MA650i have the same in-ear canal design and metal encasing for the earbuds as we saw with the RHA MA650. They use RHA’s custom dynamic driver (model 380.1) with a sensitivity of 100db, an impedance of 16 ohms, and a frequency response of 16Hz – 40,000Hz. The 1.35m dual-material cable has an in-line microphone and an in-line three-button remote. “Hey, Siri” can be activated using the in-line remote.

Colum Fraser, RHA’s Global Marketing Manager, said, “We designed the MA650i with Lightning to complement the extremely successful existing MA series; combining elements from the MA650 range with Apple’s Lightning connection. The MA650i is an excellent audio companion for iOS devices, pairing RHA’s much-loved design and the renowned audio experience of the existing range with functionality optimized for Apple’s superb range of devices.

RHA MA650i Lightning Connector Connected To Apple iPhone


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