HiFi in-ear monitor with detachable cable, wireless neckband and audio tuning filters.
Founded in Glasgow, RHA draws inspiration from the UK’s rich heritage of invention and engineering.
Every component is engineered by our team to achieve the highest quality performance, using advanced techniques and premium materials.
RHA DualCoil™ Drivers
RHA’s proprietary DualCoil driver is an upgraded version of a standard dynamic driver, adding an extra voice coil and custom diaphragm.
This setup gives equal focus to bass, mids and treble frequencies, allowing for audio without distortion.
The DualCoil produces music with both power and depth – and crystal-clear detail – simultaneously.
It’s all in the details…
Tune your Audio
Changeable tuning filters enable you to modify the sound signature of your audio. Use bass filters to add power to hip-hop or EDM; or treble filters to emphasise details in vocal or classical music. Use the default reference filters to enjoy music with its original sound. Simply unscrew and screw the filters into the housings or provided holder.
Wired and Wireless
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. Compatible with the high-fidelity aptX™ codec, and with 12 hours battery, RHA’s SecureFlex neckband enables you to enjoy the T20 Wireless wherever you are, and whatever you’re doing.
Unique and distinctive, the stainless steel T20 Wireless housings were designed to fit the ear without fatigue. The shape – achieved using injection moulding – blocks external noise sources, enabling complete immersion in your audio.
What are Tuning Filters?
Tuning filters are swappable filters which boost bass or treble frequencies in audio. As well as protecting the IEM from debris entering the sound pipe.
What are DualCoil drivers?
The DualCoil driver is an upgrade of the industry-standard dynamic driver, with an additional voice coil and custom diaphragm sharing the workload. Delivering focus equally to bass, mid and treble frequencies.