RHA T20 Wireless
Computer Shopper|November 2019
RHA T20 Wireless
VERDICT They’re not cheap, but these well-designed earphones deliver superb sound quality
Christopher Minasians

BRITISH HEADPHONEMANUFACTURER RHA has produced some stellar earphones over the past few years, from the impressive true wireless TrueConnect (Shopper 375) to the excellent-sounding wired T20i. Building on the success of the latter, the Glaswegian firm has now developed the T20 Wireless, which take the sonic components of the T20i and add wireless connectivity to the mix.

The RHA T20 Wireless employ a neckband design, where the two earpieces are connected by a cable that hooks around your neck. This cable has a single-button remote on the right side and a rechargeable battery pod with a USB Type-C port for charging on the left. The earphones don’t have active noise-cancelling, relying instead on the passive noise isolation provided by the ear tips.

MIX AND MATCH Unusually, though no less cleverly, you don’t have to use the neckband if you don’t want to. The RHA T20 Wireless are equipped with special connectors that allow you to swap out the neckband for a regular 3.5mm wired connection; RHA includes a 1.5m-long cable in the box for this exact purpose.


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November 2019