A neckband may be a efficient way to manage earbuds and they sound better than even true wireless earbuds, and if you often have business calls, a neckband bluetooth headphone is just more reliable than other type of earbuds.
That’s why many brands (traditional headphones manufacturers, and handset makers) still stick to or release next gens of neckband headphones. And the RHA if you are not familiar with is a Scottish audio specialists in wired & wireless in-ear headphones and their products are occasionally placed on Apple Store, notably T20i & S500i.
The RHA T20 Wireless is equipped with 2 audio filters – one for the bass enhancement and the other for treble enhancement. The preinstalled filter have balanced sounding profile.
- Battery life: 12 hours
- MMCX connectors – removable and compatible with other MMCX cable from Shure or Final Audio. You can switch back and forth between wired and wireless listening.
- USB-C charging
- The headphone get full charge in 1.5 hours
- The neckband is solidly built but a bit bulky (somewhat a bit noticable for wearers)
The RHA T20 Wireless costs $249.95, more expensive than other competitors with advanced features – quick charging and active noise cancelling. But well what RHA T20 Wireless has been proved they are good at – superior, accurate sound they are able to reproduce.