The brand RHA is evolving in the audio accessories with a wide range of products like in-ear and wireless headphones. The company has recently entered into wireless earbuds category with RHA TrueConnect. We can see the RHA mark build quality in this product. The company has priced them competitively to most of the bestselling wireless buds in the market. Find out more in the full detailed RHA TrueConnect Review below.
Specifications Of RHA TrueConnect
Headphone Design: In-ear
Frequency: 20 Hz – 20,000 kHz
Impedance: Not Disclosed
Bluetooth: Version 5.0
Available Colours: Black
What’s in the Box?
The brand RHA never disappoints with their products, same goes to the package and accessories also. Before we dive into the full RHA TrueConnect Review, let us tell you what we get with the package.
- Single Pair of RHA TrueConnect
- One battery carrying case with 20 hours of charging time
- USB-C cable
- 7 pairs of ear tips and 3 pairs of foam tips
Design And Comfort
In the design department, RHA never disappoints. The TrueConnect is made up of all plastic materials, the matte finish makes it look more premium. Stems come out from the earbuds same like air pods to create a comfortable fit, once you put them into your ears it will stay there comfortably.
Both of the earbuds has a single button which can play/pause the music by a single tap. Changing the songs and controlling the volume level is a bit difficult in the beginning because of the single button control with multiple tap options. By double tapping, the right side volume will increase by one step and triple taping will reduce it by one step. In the same way, double tapping will play the next track and triple tap will play the previous track. Press any of the two buttons for 2-sec voice assistant will be activated and the 5-sec press will activate the pairing mode.
Features And RHA TrueConnect Review
These earbuds are protected with an IPX5 rating, means that these are sweat resistance, so that you can take them to occasional jogs. It is powered with a 6mm driver unit in either side of the earbuds.
Moving further to our RHA TrueConnect Earbuds Review on the connectivity front, it shines the most because it has Bluetooth 5.0 with a range of 10m. Once you connect with the device there are no drops in the connection during the entire 10m range. When you take them out from the case they will immediately connect to nearby devices.
There is no audio drop during the music playback and while taking calls. Audio is always in sync with video all the time which is great compared to Bose SoundSport Free.
The RHA brand is great at everything from designing to tuning for the fine sound all things are great. For bass heavy songs the bass output is punchy and it has a great low-end performance which is more liked by bass lowers. Highs don’t give you that much great experience. If you consider the audio performance of RHA TrueConnect vs Jabra Elite 65t the overall sound quality is on par with Sound of Jabra Elite Active 65t.
Never expect it in any of the wireless buds. But noise isolation form RHA TrueConnect is pretty good. They are not as good as Jabra Elite Active 65t when turned on Ambient Noise Mode on you can hear the surroundings a bit. But we won’t comply with this department because it is overshadowed by sound and build quality.
The provided charging case itself deserves lots of compliments, it is made up of aluminum and symmetrical in shape. If you rotate upwards the case will open and the earbuds fit securely inside them. There are 3 LED indicators on top which will help you to indicate the battery levels. The case itself has a battery backup of 20 Hours which is very great for truly wireless earbuds. It can be charged with provided USB-C cable.
Rated 5 hours battery backup is very good for truly wireless buds, but it shines most with the battery case which can give an additional battery backup of 20 Hours. It can charge the TrueConnect buds up to 50% within 15 minutes, to fully charge the buds it will take 1:40 Hours.
- Excellent build quality
- The exceptional battery life of 25 Hours with charging case
- Great sound and connectivity
- No aptX support
RHA has taken their time and done a lot of research before releasing TrueConnect as result the outcome is a great product. It got the looks and performance what a general consumer looks in true wireless buds.
Now the question arises should you get one of these. Yes, you should absolutely go for the RHA TrueConnect if you are looking for truly wireless earbuds. You can use them as your daily driver and it can also take some sweat with an IPX5 rating, so you can take them to the gym occasionally. Let us know your thoughts on our RHA TrueConnect Review in the comment section below.