My love for RHA T10i in-ear headphones
To me, music comes best when I hear it through my headphones. I have this love for headphones that I tend to try every one that comes new on the market. The first pair I had, I thought were good. However, they had a certain feeling of heaviness that I did not like. In other words, I felt they were brutal on me. The second pair were stylish, quite affordable, and lighter than the first one. In short, the pair was better and fashionable. You know at this point, I thought I had it all. Then came RHA T10i in-ear headphones and I realized I was so wrong to settle at my second. Having RHA T10i in-ear headphones is an indispensable necessity for any lover of music. Below, I share my experience and views on the RHA T10i headphones.
How they sound
I wouldn’t spend money on something just because it’s available on the market, I love good music, music with the exactness of sound, and I found this in RHA T10i in-ear headphones. To be honest, they sound terrific. Mostly, I love the precision and attention to detail that they embody. My world of music has been transformed with the high level of accuracy and exactness that these headphones come with. The first two headphone that I used to enjoy, were somewhat okay. However, I had limited flexibility and control over frequency resonance customization. Now, I have found such flexibility in T10i due to its turning filler system that gives me the freedom to customize the frequency response.
How they rank on the comfort scale
Comfort is subjective. Overall, I can say I have found them light, in terms of sound: they are terrific to me. In fact, that is why I acquired them. For instance, T10i offers a comfortable and secure fit that goes beyond isolating me from the outside world to ensuring my tunes are looked in. No leakages just total satisfaction. Appearance is striking too. Thus, on an average scale, T10i earphones are about the most comfortable I have ever had. However some aspects of RHA T10i in-ear headphones are worth reconsidering. Subjectively, to me, they have a vague feeling. Cold to touch and somewhat heavy still. Sometimes I tend to think I am installing a well-customized missile into my ears. More so, they felt big in my ears especially at the first time in addition to fiddly feeling at first that graduated to oddly loose after a couple of days. In addition to that, their cables are loose mechanically in other words, to me, they didn’t strike as that tight.
Why I enjoy using them
First, I have this strong feeling that they were engineered specifically for me. They deliver a natural and balanced sound signature and with mo leakages and ultimate isolation from the external world, makes the sonic performance immersive. Second, I use them as my training motivator. They deliver instructions to me from the “work out store” with exactness and clarity. Third, they are comfortable to use. For example, with a cable running over and behind the ear, the earphones are held in position. Lastly, over –ear hooks offer a more comfortable and secure fit in addition to delivering effective noise isolation.
For those seeking a more” true to the word” headphones, giving RHA T10i in-ear headphones a try is a consideration worth looking at. Finally I am no expert but from my experience with headphones, I must confess RHA T10i should be considered a revolution when it comes to the portable headphones’ market.