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RHA CL1 Ceramic

alaTest has collected and analyzed 13 reviews of RHA CL1 Ceramic. The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Headphones for all reviews. People really like the design and price. The bass quality and comfort also get good comments. Opinions about the reliability and mids quality are mixed, and the noise isolation and portability get critical reviews.

durability, comfort, bass quality, price, design

treble quality, sound, portability, noise isolation

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the RHA CL1 Ceramic is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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RHA CL1 Ceramic Earphones Review

 

A technical tour-de-force, the RHA flagship earphones have some singular abilities.

Truly outstanding performance with high quality material ; Well built ; Good carry case

Hard to drive ; Some comfort issues ; Won't flatter poor recordings

In some regards the RHA is a peculiar beast. It needs plenty of power and a diet of high quality material and with the best will in the world, it isn't completely comfortable. It is however an absolutely stunning performer. You get the sense that RHA...

Consumer review (head-fi.org)

Good sounding attempt at a flagship IEM, especially when combined with the L1

 

The nice thing about being last on the tour is that I have the benefit of completely broken in equipment. The new smell and feel is gone. Gone through many miles and air flights, and USPS trucks and many ears filled with various stages and...

Comfort, decent reach in bass and treble, BUILD QUALITY, excellent cables

V-shaped not for all, not really much...

Mar, 2017

Consumer review (head-fi.org)

The CL1 - RHA's ceramic flagship cuts through the audio landscape (literally)

 

RHA CL1 – initial impressions Reid Heath Audio are a Scotland-based manufacturer who will be familiar to iFans, with their T10i and T20i all-metal IEMs being prominently displayed in Apple stores across the UK. Their products have been firmly aimed at...

Excellent extension, superb ergonomics and build, great cable, high level of detail retrieval, bass texture

Treble is far too hot for my personal preferences, can sound thin without serious amping, too unbalanced for a true flagship sound signature

Feb, 2017

Consumer review (head-fi.org)

Well Built, Sonically Polarizing

 

It is with great pleasure, and with thanks to RHA (as well as nmatheis for helping to organize the North American leg) that I can say that I have been selected to take part in the RHA listening tour. During this tour, I have 10 Days to listen to &...

Great build, good comfort, included accessories

Polarizing SQ, questionable value of balanced implementation

Feb, 2017

Consumer review (head-fi.org)

Awesome bass but overly done treble

 

Disclaimer I got this unit as part of Australia/New Zealand tour arranged by @RHA Team, thank you very much for including me in this tour :) Introduction I am just another music fans in this world, I love listening to music, and that made me stumble...

Build quality, excellent fit and ear guide, awesome bass

too much treble

Feb, 2017

Consumer review (head-fi.org)

Nothing Impressive

 

Box & Accessories Was greeted by a high quality flip packaging , opening it , reveals 2 tiny ceramic pebbles . Under it was where the documents and cables were stored . The quality of the entire packaging felt luxurious , what's included is a 1/4" jack...

Solid build quality , loads of accessories

Possible sibilant at "t" & "s" , emotionless , metallic sounding .

Jan, 2017

Consumer review (head-fi.org)

CL for so Close

 

[[SPOILER]] Disclaimer: The CL1 were provided to me as a part of the North American Review Tour by RHA. I have been given 10 days to listen to and then write a review where I will pass them along to the next reviewer. My opinions written in this review...

Great extension, superb build, nice cabling

Treble hot, sounds best with the Dacamp L1, poor value compared to the CL750

Jan, 2017

Consumer review (head-fi.org)

CL1 Flagship Rollercoaster...

 

RHA CL1 Ceramic IEM Review January 2017 Intro This is the second review I am doing on RHA's new range of CL IEM range with the first one been the affordable £99 CL750 and now I am embarking on the other end of the RHA price scale as this is their new...

Build & Design, Balanced cable included, accesories, A more fun reference sounding flagship with excellent extension and good bass presence.

Upper mid bass hump at times, lower treble to sharp. recessed mids losing some micro details at times.

Jan, 2017

Consumer review (head-fi.org)

Jet up

 

Special thanks to RHA for this tour unit, it came along with the CL750 and RHA DACAMP 1, hence I will be reviewing the setup as a whole package, in this case, DACAMP 1 + CL1 Packaging As shown in the photo, besides a very thick booklet which I'm not...

Still maintaining that great mid, cable changable

Treble spikes, slight weaker bass mass

Jan, 2017

Consumer review (head-fi.org)

Needs EQ to shine

 

For larger views of any of the photos (1200 x 800) - please click on the individual imagesINTRODUCTIONI was first introduced to RHA (or Reid Heath Acoustics) during a review tour for the RHA T10i, and later the RHA T20. I was very impressed with the...

Build quality/materials, fit, comfort, accessories, design, warranty, can be extremely good sonically after EQ.

Default frequency (too V shaped for a flagship), vocal fundamentals severely recessed, very sharp at any volume.

Jan, 2017
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