RHA Announces T20 Wireless Headphone

RHA T20 Wireless Headphones

RHA is set to impress with their latest pair of wireless earbuds. This time, the company is refreshing one of their most beloved pairs of wired earphones with the T20 Wireless Headphone.

We reviewed the original T20s last year and were blown away at their sound quality. The T20 Wireless is set to bring back everything we loved and then some. Thanks to aptX encoding over Bluetooth and RHA’s acclaimed DualCoil drivers, audiophiles can enjoy high quality audio on the go without being tethered to a wire. On top of that, the exchangable sound-tuning tips will be making their return, allowing you to customize the sound for bass, treble, or a more neutral sound signature.

RHA T20 Wireless Headphones

In an interesting and welcome break from the norm, RHA will also be allowing users to swap back to a wired connection thanks to MMCX connections on each earbud. Over wireless, the frequency response will present at 16Hz – 20,000 Hz, already an expansion over most wireless headphones. When using a wired connection, that range will expand to 16Hz – 40,000 Hz, ensuring a crystal clear, distortion-free, Hi-Res audio feed.

It’s a great set of options and with a wireless battery life of 12 hours, you’ll be free to enjoy them without needing a recharge on all but the longest days. I’ve been using the MA-750 Wireless for more than a year and have never run out of juice mid-day, so I’m excited to hear the T20 Wireless will offer the same.

Weight 8g (housings only)
Material Stainless-steel (housings only)
Frequency range 16Hz – 40,000 Hz (wired connections)
Driver 10mm DualCoil™ Dynamic
Bluetooth® version 4.1
Range 10m (unobstructed)
Bluetooth® codecs SBC, MP3, aptX™
Battery Lithium polymer rechargeable
Battery life 12 hours (60%)
Charging USB C: 1.5 hours from 0%
Remote & Mic 3-button, universal


The T20 Wireless Headphones are available at retailers now for GBP199.95/EUR229,95/USD249.95/IUSD269.95.

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Chris cut his teeth on games with the original NES. Since then, games and technology have become a passion. He currently acts as the Hardware Editor for MMORPG.com and GameSpace.com.

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