In a perfect world, there’s a pair of true wireless earphones that are as reliable as the Apple AirPods but sound even better. Alas, after reviewing countless true wireless buds, I’ve found that very few work consistently well and sound fantastic at the same time. But RHA has just made my day. They are releasing the TrueConnect, their first pair of true wireless earphones. I have yet to get my hands on them, but based on their other products, I have a feeling they won’t disappoint. It won’t be long till I test these babies and deliver the RHA TrueConnect True Wireless Earphones Review. But in the meantime, here’s what we know about this newcomer:
RHA TrueConnect True Wireless Earphones Review
RHA will probably have the edge over AirPods in this department. Why? Bluetooth 5, baby. Unlike the AirPods, which are Bluetooth 4.0, RHA is going to deliver higher resolution sound.
The earphones charge via USB C connection and give you 5 hours of battery life at a time. This is on par with the AirPods. With the charging case, you’ll get a total of 25 hours of battery life. And 15 minutes of charging will yield about 2.5 hours of playback.
Much like the AirPods, the TrueConnect has stems that increase the proximity of the microphone to your mouth. Of course, we have yet to discover how effective that microphone is.
Playback functions are controllable from the earpieces, as well as voice assistant.
The TrueConnect is compatible with both, Apple and Android devices. And you can activate either Siri or Google Assistant depending on your operating system.
Unlike the AirPods, the TrueConnect has Comply ear tips, which makes me think that the sound isolation and seal will be superior to that of the AirPods.
RHA is either ridiculously confident in their products or just really sweet to their consumers. While AirPods offer a 1 year warranty, RHA guarantees all of its products for a whopping 3 years.
The TrueConnect are also sweat and splash resistant, making them tough enough for sport activities.
RHA will be offering this product for $169.95, which is about 10 bucks more expensive than the AirPods.
This is the big question. Can they live up to Apple AirPods’ reputation of being arguably the most reliable true wireless earphones on the market? Stay tuned, folks.
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