RHA T20 IEM
RHA T20 IEM
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Product Description
The RHA T20 is what Wired calls “a stellar, audiophile-quality in-ear with truly killer isolation. Place them in your ears and the world disappears.” And for good reason: Featuring durable stainless steel housings with moldable over-ear hooks and a natural, contoured shape, these IEMs fit into the ear securely and comfortably Read More
Stainless Steel Housing, DualCoil Driver Technology

The RHA T20 is what Wired calls “a stellar, audiophile-quality in-ear with truly killer isolation. Place them in your ears and the world disappears.” And for good reason: Featuring durable stainless steel housings with moldable over-ear hooks and a natural, contoured shape, these IEMs fit into the ear securely and comfortably. The DualCoil dynamic drivers have two independent voice coils, each responsible for producing part of the frequency range. The result? High-resolution audio with excellent clarity and detail. Plus, to help you customize your sound, the RHA T20 comes with three different tuning filters. The default silver filter offers a neutral, balanced sound signature, while the black bass filter emphasizes the lower frequencies and the gold treble filter brings out the upper frequencies in classical, acoustic, or vocal tracks.

To learn more, check out these reviews on Sound Guys and Head-Fi.

Note: This drop is limited to 100 units.

Specs
  • RHA 
  • Housing: Injection-molded stainless steel
  • Drivers: DualCoil dynamic driver
  • Frequency range: 16–40,000 Hz
  • Impedance: 16 ohms
  • Sensitivity: 90 dB
  • Rated/maximum power: 2/5mW
  • Cable: 4.3 ft (1.3 m), reinforced OFC
  • Connections: ⅛ in (3.5 mm), gold-plated
  • Weight: 1.4 oz (41 g)
Included
  • Tuning filters: bass, treble, and reference
  • Silicone and Comply foam ear tips
  • Carrying case
Shipping

All orders will be shipped by the vendor.

Estimated ship date is Mar 31, 2017 PT.

After this product run ends, payment will be collected and orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.

Recent Activity
Best in ear monitors in my collection! Originally purchased for $250, then traded a friend my silver pair for black pair because he liked them so much. (Shout out Jared) Congrats to anyone who purchased T-20's for a killer deal. now... nerd time! The sound quality you get for the price is absurd; it goes head to head with some of the most expensive iem's I've given a listen to. I think they rival the Shure KSE1500 ($3000) and Beyerdynamic Xelento ($1000). The ONLY better pair I've heard are the Audeze iSine20($600) which boast a 30mm planar magnetic diaphragm. Yes it's still an in-ear! I had an opportunity to try the ceramic RHA CL1 but found they sound like the T-20 on a amp. I have not heard the new planar CL2 but would have high hopes for them. Compared to cheaper RHA in-ears I'll just say you get what you pay for... CL750>MA390>MA750>S500 by sound signature imo. CL750's need an amp and its noticeable, the others don't. What they are good for?... They can handle anything from Anderson Paak to Ray Charles to Chon to G Jones. The option to switch between filters can make old songs like Mercy Mercy Me by Marvin Gaye pop with the treble unrestrained. On the alternate spectrum, the low sub bass of something like Step It Up by Peekaboo becomes a consuming experience. 90% of the time I have the black/bass filters on because it suits my preferred sound signature, listening volume and genres. I'm a huge advocate for bass as these do deliver plenty in frequency and SPL. They may not have an umph or boom you'd get from an over-ear but the frequency extension and distortionless clarity makes up for that. I'd give the dual-diaphragm tech an applause for that. Harnessing bass detail below 90hz should be mark to reach for every headphone manufacturer. They benefit slightly from an amp and do not need "burn-in" as they use modern proprietary drivers. If you've read until now I appreciate you and you might just need to give these a try if ever possible.