|RHA CA-200 Black Noise Isolating Headphones|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Audio|
|Written by Steven Iglesias-Hearst|
|Friday, 19 October 2012|
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RHA CA-200 Noise Isolating Headphone Review
Full Disclosure: The product sample used in this article has been provided by Reid Heath Acoustics Ltd.
Since its conception Benchmark Reviews' primary focus has been on consumer and enthusiast PC hardware and games, but with the proliferation of mobile computing and gadgets it was only a matter of time before that focus shifted slightly. Today we will be taking a look at a set of RHA CA-200 Black Noise Isolating Headphones from Reid Heath Acoustics. The CA-200's are light weight over ear headphones designed for use at home, in the studio, or on the move.
Available now for a mere $29.95, the CA-200's claim to offer high quality and performance at a low cost. Features include; 40mm mylar drivers, neodymium magnet and CCAW voice coils, 3.5mm gold plated connections, an "ErgoFit system" which allows the ear cup to pivot on multiple axes, and most importantly - a detachable 1.2m fabric braided cable. On paper the CA-200's are an attractive prospect and we aim to see if they can really deliver.
RHA CA-200 Features
RHA CA-200 Specifications