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Review: RHA MA750 Wireless In-Ear Headphones

RHA is back with a new version of its MA750 headphones — the MA750 Wireless. Unlike the RHA T20i we tested last year, the MA750 Wireless comes in a "neckbuds" form factor which, against all odds, seems to be increasingly popular these days. Though we think that RHA has just about nailed the neckbud design, we think the MA750 Wireless's sound falls a bit short of the T20i.{/exp:char_limit}
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