Product Comparison: RHA T10i vs RHA T20i
- The metallic finish and the connection jacks are simply fantastic. Very sturdy and if looked after they will last for a long time.
- These are constructed of a flex coil metal covered in a heat shrink type sleeve, and this sleeve has a tendency to become saggy and uncomfortable to use, and in the year and a half I've had my T20s, I've had them replaced under RHAs excellent 3 year warranty.
- They are heavy, but comfortable, solid & don't move whilst I'm running in them.
- Very comfortable over the ear which provides excellent fit and great (passive) noise reduction
- The weight is partly carried by the flexible cable, which one can hook over the ear, allowing for comfortable wear, without having the headphones drop out of the ears.
- The connector seems really sturdy and the whole thing just seems very well made. In-line microphone and volume controls are also a big plus, and something I didn't get on my custom IEMs.
- The key advice for optimum sound quality, as others have noted, is to achieve a tight fit in the ear. Experiment with the wide variety of tips provided until you find something that works for you.
- The sound is very clear, so if you like it flat then you will love these.
- The sound is revolutionary and much much better than the previous version T10i, and it is easier to hold on the ear and lighter for they replaced the metal cable with a light rubber cable.
- The cables are a different build/material to the older T20's and they seem far more sturdy.