The company says it has also redesigned the sound profile. It didn’t go into too much detail, but it did say that you can expect “clear sound with balanced and increased power.” That’s pretty vague, but we look forward to finding out just how well these preform soon. RHA replaced the physical buttons with touch controls, so you don’t have to worry about pressing the buds into your ears when you’re trying to skip tracks or summon a voice assistant. RHA also says the TrueConnect 2 also provides better call clarity. The earbuds are equipped with noise-reducing microphones that are designed to cut down on background chatter. Again, that’s something we’ll have to test ourselves before we can confirm those claims.
The TrueConnect 2 is available today for $169.95 (£129.95/159.95€), the same price as the previous model. The $150-$200 price range is full of great true wireless options, including the Jabra Elite 75t and Samsung Galaxy Buds+. RHA has its work cut out of it if it wants to make a lasting impression over those full-featured models, but a $170 price tag is a decent start.