Scottish audio brand has introduced its latest true wireless earbuds, dubbed RHA TrueControl ANC. I’d be lying If I said I wasn’t drawn to it by its sleek, minimal design. That said, if you are in the market for a pair of TWS with ANC and looks good, and don’t mind shelling above-average money for one, the TrueControl ANC could be it.

RHA TrueControl ANC True Wireless Earbuds

RHA TrueControl ANC stands out as one with active noise cancellation AND wireless charging case, presented in a gorgeous anodized aluminum. The former may be a commonplace, but the latter is surely a rarity even in high-end earbuds (but Soundpeats Truengine2 has it, though).

TrueControl ANC promised the “finest Bluetooth sound quality – thanks to Qualcomm cVc, aptX, and AAC, delivered through 6 mm custom driver. It further boasts customized sound which you can tweak by tuning the EQ using the RHA Connect app.

RHA TrueControl ANC True Wireless Earbuds

Other features include selectable ANC and Ambient modes, capacitive touch controls, IPX4 rated, support major digital assistants, up to 20 hours of battery with charging case, USB-C interfaced for wired charging, and wear detection that automatically pause music when you remove the earbuds and resume playing when you place them back in the ear.

Interestingly, the wear detection can be disable using the app. Speaking of the app, you can tweak the ANC and Ambient level with the app, as well as find your buds in case you misplace them in your home.

RHA TrueControl ANC True Wireless Earbuds

We can’t help but to noticed that TrueControl ANC comes with generous number of ear tips. Each pair comes with 3x Comply memory foam ear tips, plus 7x RHA silicon-molded tips.

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The RHA TrueControl ANC True Wireless Earbuds does not come cheap. It will run you back at US$299.95. RHA is offering to take 60 bucks off the bill for those who pre-order now. All you need to do is the use the code FIRSTINLINE and you can secure a pair for US$239.95.

Images: RHA.

Source: Engadget.

Published by Mike

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

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