Fresh on the heels of the successful Meze Rai Penta, Meze has just announced an affordable followup, the Rai Solo. Retailing at a competitive $249, this earphone offers a some impressive specs and features.
Meze Rai Solo Announced
The new earphone marries Meze’s reputation for quality audio with an affordable price point. And, while the difference in price might seem staggering to some, clear similarities between the Solo and its progenitor exist.
Utilizing the same ergonomic housing, the Solo appears to sport the same overall dimensions. It also uses the same detachable MMCX connection found on the Meze Rai Penta, with a 1.3 m silver-plated cable included in the box.
That cable (as well as each earpiece nozzle) features color-coding for left and right channels. As a result, the Meze Rai Solo appears visually arresting, but also easily identifies when in a rush.
Build-wise, each housing uses a stainless steel metal injection process to provide a rugged shell that won’t quit. Inside each housing, a single 9.2 mm UPM dynamic driver dishes out sound.
In addition to the included cable, the earphone also comes accompanied by eartips and a carrying case.
The Meze Rai Solo retails for an affordable $249 from Meze and select authorized retailers.
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- Unified pistonic motion technology exclusive driver
- Vibration reduction system
- Wire free UPM design
- Stainless steel metal injection body
- Anatomic fit
- Detachable MMCX 1.3m Silver Plated Cable
- Driver: 9.2mm UPM dynamic driver
- Diaphragm thickness: 9μm
- Impedance: 16 Ohm
- SPL: 105±3dB at 1mW/1kHz
- Frequency response: 18hz – 22khz
- Distortion: <1% at 1mW/1KHz
- Case: protective EVA case with metal logo
- Stock cables: 1.3m MMCX silver plated copper cables ending in 3.5mm connector
- – 3 pairs of soft silicon eartips S, M, L
- – 3 pairs double flanged eartips S, M, L – 2 deep insertion double flanged eartips M, L