This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. I think there is mileage in that. The bass dynamics of the DX90 is never my favorite signature where there is already an enhanced bass response. RHA T20 Wireless Earphones 10 10.0/10 Buy Now Experience true wireless freedom with the JAM Audio TWS Exec True Wireless Earbuds. The T20 is a more aggressive warm to slightly neutral tonality than the T10i. RHA T20 Earphones Review IN the BOX. The T20 Wireless can be used to manage calls thanks to their embedded microphone (only available on the Bluetooth neckband), which does a fairly good job at picking up the voice and discarding the background noise. Back then it was albums, rock concerts and interviews with a typewriter for the local rag. Personally I would not have called this filter the treble filter when matched with the T20. RHA fitted the T20 Wireless with a slew of accessories – as they always do with all of their products. Whilst both technically have a fun signature the T20 is the more accurate of the two with a cleaner and more extended treble performance and a more convincing vocal presence. I am getting far better responses from the T20 right across all my DAPs at the same volume level settings I used for the T10. (I’m joking, do it now!). I still rate the T20 as a musical IEM built for modern musical genres but this time everything just feels more controlled and tighter making it a far more flexible than the T10i. The RHA T20 is a single dynamic driver universal IEM featuring the company’s proprietary DualCoil™ driver technology and switchable filters. Just an idea. This also allows for good active noise cancellation during calls. The RX is big on dynamics, speed, and neutrality whereas the Picollo is the smoother, bass weighted intimate analog amp. The result? It adds a very satisfying level of articulation and sparkle. The T20 Wireless from RHA are a hybrid of all their technologies all built around their DualCoil driver, these in ear monitors with detachable stainless-steel housing come complete with loads of … That’s the case for the RHA T20, which are still great headphones four years after their debut. Please note that you should write in English, and comments in other languages will be deleted. The U shaped (some would say even slight v shape) frequency still has some mild weakness in the lower midrange and the bass is still a prevalent factor. RHA provides the T20 Wireless with two options when it comes to cables: one neckband with two MMCX-terminated cables and a cable with a 3.5 mm jack. Metal injected molding, 3 filters, the always excellent accessory package, and indestructible cable – this seems a sure-fire winner. Certainly, it is a very different experience to the laid back treble performance of the T10i even with the treble filter thrown in. The T20 just has a bit more energy and speed in its low-end response to make it a more engaging experience. The T20 is a more flexible IEM for pairing with DAPs over the older T10i especially now with the filters having a more desirable switch up on the signatures than before. Listen to this . Includes swappable tuning filters to increase treble or bass. It was a bass head signature done very well indeed but nevertheless a consumer sound that alienated a few hardcore fans. I do not currently have any earphones in the same price range to compare the RHA T20i to, but I can compare them to lower-tiered earphones: RHA T10: the T20 have a softer and quieter bass, together with more prominent mids and more detailed treble. The T20’s vocal presence now is more forward, open, and far more engaging. Its perhaps unfair to throw a $1200 portable amp in the mix strapped to a $2000 DAP but the Paw Gold/Bakoon HPA-01M pairing with the T20 is completely off the charts compared to jacking it straight from a DAP, regardless of filter. I first started reviewing in the late 80s (ouch!). The Fidue A73 is better suited to classical for me, its just has a slightly better level of clarity. The connection is rock-solid and with very good range, too; even when performing my usual test of going from a room to another on the other side of the house I could never find a place where audio would stutter or interrupt. 16ohms at 90db? Learn how your comment data is processed. The tips included are: All of this is backed up by that fabby 3-year warranty from RHA which by all accounts on the forums has been a pretty painless claims process for those who have tried it. Each filter now has a defined effect that I find favorable and interesting whereas before the T10i treble filter was the only filter I found to have the best balance. It does weigh quite a bit more than conventional plastics molded earphones at 39g but slightly less than the T10i by 2g. It is probably one of the heaviest small IEM’s I have in the hand but the distribution of weight and small form factor means they sit flush and easy in my ear without any discomfort on the outer ear. I will just have to read up on reviews for a $300 or less IEMs suitable for my music preference. Distortion-free audio, powerful and deep music with crystal-clear details that all RHA fans have come to expect. RHA T20 Wireless review: Price and competition. This is worrying as I’m planning to buy this. Is the RHA T20 Wireless a … Smart features such as vibration with incoming calls. Expect to see the RHA TrueConnect on our list of the best true wireless earbuds TechRadar newsletter All thoughts and experiences with the product are naturally my own. Detachable earpieces can be used wirelessly or with included cable for passive, wired listening. That’s a great thing as one can then enjoy their favourite tracks in whatever way they please knowing that the quality is unaltered. Any reaction from the manufacturer ? Maintaining the sound of the audiophile-grade T20 wired IEMs, the RHA T20 Wireless employs RHA's proprietary DualCoil™ drivers. The RHA T20 (which doesn’t have a mic) comes in a nice silver if that’s more your style. There are not many headphones which are near-identical when used with and without wires, but this is one of those cases. It looks better and more integrated on the T20 now. For the DX90, 195 is plenty fine but 200 is where the T10 starts kicking in. The transition to wireless is not always good from the perspective of sound quality. Perhaps RHA would consider selling filter packs and go modular much like Hifiman with their amp cards. Not being part of the “i” series the T20 is missing the ‘Made For IPod’ controls on the T10i which lessens the bulk on the cable. The RHA T20 IEM will sit along side (Not Replace) the RHA t10i in their line up. For 1-5 I would say 4 for modern genre with the t20 and 2.5 for the A73 and 4 for classics, acoustics for the A73 and 2.5 for the t20. The Lotoo Paw Golds warmish yet highly resolving profile matched incredibly well with the T20’s treble filter also providing a slightly better level of separation and soundstage than some of the other DAPs mentioned. The shells are in fact identical, with just one difference: there are magnets inside them that allow the earphones to stick together when you’re not using them. Can you pl. Nice array of eartips. Even with its slightly weighted bass response over the RX I preferred how it kept the treble slightly smoother and more flowing especially when using the treble filter. If we use notches from 1 to 5, how many notches up do I get in subjective improvement in terms of musicality, details and “omph” with the A73 as the baseline? How could they be any better? The MA750 single dynamic driver for under a hundred quid really upped the expectations of what a relatively cheap earphone could and should sound like. A BIG thank you to RHA for sending the RHA T20 wirless in for review; greatly appreciated. How time flies. There is alas no sound when the call ends if one terminates it using the in-line remote; the only way to tell the call’s not on anymore is that the background hiss stops. Its not a successor it has the same incredible build but has new dual coil drivers aiming to create a more detailed and balanced sound. The T10i was a bass heads dream, even on the treble filter, it spits out visceral bass. Should I retire the T10i from circulation now that the T20 is out? The box contains six pairs of single flange eartips (S, M, L), two pairs of double flange ear tips (S, M), and two pairs of Com… I would hazard a guess and state that the dual coil technology just needs that little bit of extra juice to get both coils working at optimal levels compared to the older single-coil T10 or any single coil dynamic out in the market today. Like ying and yang, you can’t talk about one amp with referencing the other. It is priced at $239.95. That’s a very interesting sensitivity rating for an IEM with even the Hifiman HE400i chiming in at 93db and a 12db drop from the original T10’s rating of 102db. It slams hard but the definition is still tight, the snap is still there and there is very little bloating. It is also the first time RHA has shown to us their new proprietary DualCoil™ driver technology which separates the coils and focuses each one on different aspects of the frequency range response. Although the RHA T10i is excellent in its own right, the RHA T20 is an impressive step up. You have written about ‘ a moderately strong & constant background hiss’ with this wireless earphones. With the Bakoon you get far greater dynamics, a much better soundstage, and fuller more engaging sound overall. These IEMs contain everything that you’d need to fit them in your ears. Both of these coils are independently powered voice coils designed to maximize the response from each so in theory, it’s almost like a very well-tuned dual-driver all in one. I tried the RHA T20 Wireless using a HiBy R5 DAP and a Honor 9 smartphone. But as in RHA tradition, there are tons of accessories that allow one to experience the RHA T20 Wireless the way they want – both wired and wireless. I wouldn’t call it analytical either but it is a more linear tuning I would tend to use for testing and reviewing than the other two. There are some who really loved the T10 and I can understand why but for me the T20 is a step up in terms of balance, clarity, and usefulness of the filters. Designed in Glasgow, UK with a 3-year warranty, our earphones are designed for people who expect more. Disclaimer: I received this unit free of charge directly from RHA (thank you Lorna!). The unboxing was a one-of-a-kind experience … I never thought that a company could showcase its in-ear monitors (IEMs) like this! Let’s find out in this RHA T20 Earphones Review. Just like the Bakoon, I can’t reach a zero noise level also on the pot with audio still noticeable even at zero and I have slightly less play on the volume pot than I had with the T10i. The T20 midrange is a whole different ball game now to the T10i. It also seems to be a more efficient IEM despite the specs on paper and on many occasions it outperformed the T10i on similar volume settings from both DAP and amp. Today we’re going to take a look at the RHA TrueConnect, their first true wireless stereo in-ears. There’s also no microphone if one opts for the usual jack. The RHA T20 Wireless bass fillter boosts the low-end without making it comically exaggerated. You don’t change a winning team, do you? I am a big fan of RHA and its line of cost busting earphones. RHA T20 is the British company’s brand new flagship headset. The strain relief around the jack is also the same with the tightly coiled spring coil. Good products are notable when they are launched, great products stay notable in time. That leveling off at 5k with only a few minor bumps up to 10k meant the T20 has a nice consistent level of clarity and energy but never sounded overly sharp or hot. It’s still a looker, blemish-free, and a very robust earphone much like the T10i. Copyright © 2016 - 2020 Soundphile Review The T10i cable looks a bit messy side by side to the more monotone and subtle finish on the T20 cable. RHA rates the battery life at 12 hours, but I got closer to 10 hours of battery life with the T20 Wireless. So what else is available if you don’t want to spend quite so much. Most likely I will, it’s altogether the snappier and more satisfying IEM of the two. It won’t work with EDM this time and it is far less v-shaped than the bass filter. Slide here to add your score on the gear! That’s why RHA decided to stick with the design of the original T20 without changing it significantly. Everything is a touch more forward with plenty of sparkle and energy, especially around the 2-5k range. The T20 also sports the same Westone Sure Fit ergonomics from the T10i and is created using the same excellent metal injected molding (MIM) system. I especially love the clarity of he T20 now that they offer it without cables just as much as I did when they had one. As such I consider this one as my personal ‘reference filter’ but I can well understand why others would choose the labeled reference filter as their tuning of choice given its good balance between fun and accuracy. public transport or open-space offices. The shells are made of steel painted black and are extremely well made, with an odd smooth-yet-rough surface finish. Hey there! The treble filter attenuates bass response, making it easier to pick out high notes and resonances. RHA fitted the T20 Wireless with a slew of accessories – as they always do with all of their products. Is the T20 suited for mostly classical (chamber and symphonic ), movie soundtracks and some R&B of the late 70s and 80s? These or the Campfire Audio Nova……..darn hard decision. On the Gen FiiO X5. It’s not just there for weight balancing, there’s a little pinhole mic at the bottom, which picks up your voice more clearly. The box includes the earpieces, a wireless cable (sorry for the apparent nonsense), a cable with a 3.5 mm jack, a carrying case, a set of three nozzles with an acoustic filter embedded in each and a set of eartips (six pairs of single-flange silicone tips, two pairs of double-flange silicone tips and two pairs of Comply foam eartips). playing music or during calls); it’s low in volume, but noticeable. I say roadblock more like a speed bump in taste rather than technical ingenuity because the T10i was pure eye candy at just under $200 and at that time the most expensive unit in the RHA range. Volume control is directly linked to that of the source. The earphone drivers look and feel bulletproof and feature ear hooks with memory wire. Feel free to leave a comment. I have reported on technology for major Italian publications since 2011. The RHA T20 Wireless offer very good passive isolation from noise, which makes them ideal to use in noisy, crowded environments – e.g. It also has a more prominent upper midrange and treble performance. the T20 sounds optimal at 60 on its digital volume compared to the T10i starting to flex its muscles almost 10 steps higher at 68-70. The ability to go from wired HD audio to wireless is nice. Living in Glasgow, Scotland but born and raised near Milan, Italy, I got the the passion for music listening as a legacy from my father and my grandfather. Best earphones, headphones, DACs, amplifiers, DAPs. To learn more about RHA products on Headfonics you can click here. We thank RHA for this opportunity. Now its desktop/portable and digital 2.1 audio on a rather nice laptop. That means you get the nice little leather case, a shirt clip, and that excellent matching metal tip rack which slots in nicely under some nylon straps inside the holding case. RHA gave them the wireless treatment and instantly got a product that has all the perks of the original plus the ability to use it wireless. Yes, it turns it into a bass head IEM but this time the treble stays reasonably clear and strong and the signature takes on a more v shape type response curve which is ideal for EDM. RHA T20 review: High-end earphones with steel earpieces and much-improved sound over their predecessors. I would say the midrange is also more forward and smooth. In theory, whatever reservations I had about the T10i should be blown away by the T20’s revamped sound signature. The new T20 is apparently RHA listening to their customers and deciding to launch a new T10i but with a more balanced and, dare I say it, more audiophile sound presentation. I really didn’t get the feeling there was any uneven peaking, especially in the lower treble performance. The neckband is – again – almost identical to a previous product: the RHA MA750 Wireless, with the only difference being the colour of the metal part (it’s black instead of silver). It could be argued this entire review is a statement of preference and in some ways, you would be right. The T20 still requires a bit more juice than most so if you are considering a pairing I would recommend you do try amping to get optimal levels. I prefer to keep things as even as possible. It offers great sound quality, superb comfort and a great accessory set at an affordable price, which makes for a quite interesting proposition. Soundphile Review: headphones reviews, earphones reviews, IEMs reviews, speakers reviews, Bluetooth speakers reviews - and more. At this price point it’s not often that you find products built so well. One small difference I did note on the T20 over the T10i was the memory wire which is now coated with the same sleeve materials as the rest of the cable, unlike the T10i which had a more transparent plastic white coating. FIT and DESIGN. Perhaps the neutral or flat filter and certainly more ‘reference’ than the reference filter. But it was a lonely night in Georgia for everything else. Audiophiles will prefer the T20 over the T10. Learn how your comment data is processed. The shape of the shells is such that the T20 have been among the most comfortable earphone I’ve tried to date. In addition, the custom diaphragm allows for the equal focus to the bass and treble. As I wrote it’s a minor thing, but one that was worth mentioning anyway. RHA created a product that is by all means an evolution over the classic they created five years ago – not only because it offers more freedom by doing away with cords, but because it adds convenience and customisability through the MMCX connector. The RX ran a little hotter on the top end for my liking and didn’t quite have the same fullness I got in the midrange with the Picollo. I already have the Fidue A73 that you also did a review. I didn’t quite have the same low levels of background noise using the T20 on the Theorem 720 as I had with the T10 sadly. Thanks. Leatherette zipper pouch. The extension is a very welcome addition to the T20 over the T10i. The one slight roadblock they had was the launch of the T10i last year. There is no sweet spot hunting and they work straight out of the box on the pre-fitted single bore silicone tips. Even as I write today they have a new budget-busting S500i single dynamic driver unit coming out for £39.95 which I presume will take center stage from the MA-350. RHA T20 Wireless review Offering superb audio quality, a hybrid wired and wireless design and a variety of eartips to choose from, the RHA T20 Wireless in-ear headphones offer enough to … In fact, these are some of the most comfortable in-ears we’ve tested, also armed with a selection of ten interchangeable tips, including double flange and memory foam types. The T20 packs the same accessory range as the T10i. Thank you! Offering up to 8 hours of playtime (or 32+ hours when you use the rechargeable case), they’re a great partner … They cost almost as much as the true wireless Sony WF-1000XM3 at … Alas this is no longer a possibility on the wireless edition, as the cable is pre-moulded with stiff plastic guides. Not quite the same as the Bakoon in terms of dynamics but the micro detail and clarity are just excellent and the detail on the vocal presence is outstanding for an IEM at this price level. The seal of the T20 is just excellent at this price range, or at any price range for that matter for a universal IEM. 3 sets of filters – bass, reference and treble. We take an in depth look in this RHA T20 review. Sound. RHA T20 Wireless 1 RHA T20 Wireless review 1 wireless and wired headphones 1 wireless headphones 5. The RHA T20 is a single dynamic driver universal IEM featuring the company’s proprietary DualCoil™ driver technology and switchable filters. Rather than emphasize the treble for me it tones down the bass and fullness of the sound overall so you get a much more even response but one which lacks a little musicality compared to the reference and bass filter. Their even cheaper MA-350 which we reviewed way back in 2012 still looks and sounds great for the price. It is nitpicking but it is a new earphone so perhaps some new filters? I also have Fiio’s X1 and X3II. And here's a summary of my thoughts: If you're shopping for neckband earbuds, these should be your gold standard, and if you're obsessed with high-quality wireless sound, you need to give them serious consideration. I was on the fence myself during the review and it wasn’t until I threw it into a Bakoon HPA-01M portable amp and a dose of Major Lazer did I get blown away by the sheer brute force and depth of the bass the T10i was capable of.   The T20 bass goes up quite a few notches but unlike the T10 tuned with the bass filter which was quite wild and distracting to the point of, well, pointless, this time I actually quite enjoyed the bass filter with the T20. The T20 Wireless is provided with both a 3.5mm connection – compatible with most audio sources – for high-resolution audio; and a flexible wireless neckband. What I wrote back then still holds true today and applies to the T20 Wireless, too. Thank you for your response. In this case the hiss is low in volume, but enough to be audible if you are listening quiet tracks at low volume. Shirt clip. I only covered the import taxes and fees. They’re not large, and the curved shapes make it so that they stay comfortable even during longer listening sessions, in my case especially when using the foam eartips. The latter offers almost the same experience as that of the T20i Black, with the most obvious difference being it having MMCX terminations; it is otherwise identical but for the ear hooks. Yet in reality, the T20 sounds louder at similar levels to the T10 despite those ratings on paper suggesting otherwise. Incoming calls activate a vibration motor on the earphones that gives the user a tactile feedback on top of the auditive one. It really makes the older T10i driver seem the more inefficient one by far. The RHA T20 Wireless retail for £/€/$199. Good write up! Disclaimer: The RHA CL2 was sent to us is a discounted sample in exchange for our honest opinion. The cable itself is the same 1.35m multi-core OFC cable they used on the T10i terminated with a gold plated 3.5mm jack in their usual attractively branded metal jack housing. That dip continues until around 1k and rises around 1-3k making the vocal range stand out that little bit more alongside the bass. They’re as close as possible to paragon Bluetooth earphones: they offer detachable cables, a wireless module/cable that is comfortable and which actually adds value and convenience to the product, a wide array of accessories and great sound. RHA TrueConnect Review. However, it doesn’t continue to rise as you transition further into the upper range instead preferring to gently level off beyond 5k with some minor ups and downs. Of course comfort is deeply personal, so take these considerations with the due amount of salt in your pinch. I am not affiliated to RHA in any way. I absolutely loved how one could give shape to the cable on the original T20i: it made it possible to customise its shape to better suit the shape of my ears. The T20 has a small soundstage but deeper hitting bass and thicker note making it better for modern stuff. The RHA T20 Wireless is just as good as the wired version, if not even better. Glad it helped. We thank RHA for this opportunity. T20 Wireless to nowe dokanałówki z przetwornikami dynamicznymi od RHA. Founder & Owner of headfonics.com. Disclaimer: RHA sent us the $169 TrueConnect IEM for this review, free of charge. I think most users will not change the filters very often one you settle on your preference (mine is reference). Can Bluetooth sound good on an IEM? You do not need to find a neutral source this time to get the most out of the T20’s response. The RHA T20 Wireless are in fact indistinguishable from their wired counterpart. In both cases the comfort is really good, with the Bluetooth module being lightweight and covered in rubber which allows for great comfort and for some grip, so it will stay in place even when moving. That being said once you hit 8-9am on the Theorem 720 the audio quality when paired with an iPod classic and the T20 is excellent. Fajna opcja, jakby ktoś szukał słuchawek i nie mógł się zdecydować czy woli Bluetooth, czy kabel. That’s a minor issue, but one that requires mention anyway. It’s still a very long time and one that allows to listen to music on most intercontinental flights for the whole flight time. The packaging and accessories were way above anything else out there in the market. One mic on the back of the earpiece focuses on the ambient noise, while the stem mic picks up your voice. As the in-house audiophile, I put the RHA T20 wireless neckband earbuds to the test, using them as my main earbuds. The AAC codec is also available. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. It does sport a u shape overall and there is a slow dip from the bass from around 300hz into the lower mids that lacks a tiny bit of bite. This time it has more of an edge, especially in the upper midrange vocal presence. The only major difference is that there is a constant hiss in the background whenever the Bluetooth module is active (e.g. clarify if this is a one-off phenomenon with your copy or is consistent over the model ? It’s relatively minor on the low gain but very noticeable on mid and high gain. I’ll throw in an idea for RHA: why don’t you sell your Bluetooth module as a stand-alone product (maybe using the same spring-powered ear hooks)? There is far less tapering in the treble performance and a greater sense of space in the T20. The reference filter is pre-installed on the RHA T20 Wireless earbuds and promotes an accurate reproduction of sound. That’s testimony to this new driver I guess and something I didn’t expect just by reading the stats. The option to change filters is nice. Your email address will not be published. The filter system of course isn’t new and the filters basically are the same as with the T10. Still, the T20 Wireless price of £200 is a little on the high side. There is always an element of compromise with Bluetooth earphones I’ve tried so far. Build quality is very, very good, with no apparent weak points – save for the MMCX connector, which alas is notoriously more prone to breaking than alternatives. I have no way to sample each and every unit, but this is a known limitation of Bluetooth headphones regardless of manufacturer and price range – it’s something you will always find, it will just vary in magnitude. These buds feel great. Not so with the RHA T20 Wireless. The bass filter does exactly what it says on the tin. IN the short space of 3-4 years RHA are becoming the darlings of budget-busting earphone tech in much the same way FiiO cornered the budget-busting portable amp market. 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