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RHA’s new adapter is a godsend for your wireless headsets

"When nothing goes right, go left."
RHA’s new adapter is a godsend for your wireless headsets Posted on October 26, 2019
"When nothing goes right, go left."

If you are a frequent flyer, and one of those who are particular about audio quality, and who swears by wireless technology, this gadget is for you – the RHA wireless flight adapter

To someone like you, and you are not alone, this is a godsend.

We have all had that experience – we board a plane, feeling jolly and all, looking forward to the holiday and a good flight, only to realise when we put on our noise-cancelling wireless headsets that the plane’s audio jack requires wired headphones to access the inflight entertainment system.

Well, fear no more! Now you can just plug in the RHA wireless adapter into the audio jacks and voila! You’ve got sound! It’s as simple and easy as that, really.

The adapter, made by the Glasgow-based company, uses bluetooth technology to connect to your headset. Once you’ve paired the two (which is a breeze to do), you’re good to go.



The device comes with two 3.5mm prongs as well, so that you can use either one or both prongs, depending on which type of jack the airline uses. The adapter also works with either single stereo or twin mono channels. The sound quality is quite good too, especially on newer planes, with no distortions or drop-outs.

The device can be charged using normal USB cables, and last about 16 hours on a full charge. (Good for long flights!) A small LED light tells you the connection status of the device, as well as its battery level. It uses bluetooth 5, has a range of about 10m. It also comes with a 3-year international warranty. (So, get the real deal and not the rip-offs, ya.)

And oh, the adapter works with any source device, including gym equipment and portable gaming devices, and not just on planes.

All in all, it’s a great handy little gadget to pack with you wherever you go. It’s easy to set up and gives good quality audio. It’s now available, and you can check it out online. 

"When nothing goes right, go left."