RHA’s New Wireless Flight Adapter Enables Bluetooth Audio in Any Device With 3.5mm Jack

With 16-hour long battery, RHA Wireless Flight Adapter is a perfect carry for long-haul flights.

By July 15th, 2019 AT 1:57 PM
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  • RHA Wireless Flight Adapter costs INR 4999.

Scottish earphone specialist RHA has released a Wireless Flight Adapter enabling the user to connect any wireless headphones to airplane’s entertainment systems. The new RHA Adapter can also come handy if you own quality Bluetooth headphone but have devices that don’t support wireless connections through Bluetooth such as a Nintendo Switch or some vintage iPod. It goes with any device with a 3.5mm jack.

RHA Wireless Flight Adapter comes with two jacks, making it convenient for the user to connect either a single stereo or twin mono audio channels. It comes with a 16-hour long battery making it a perfect companion for long-haul flights. The user can also choose to plug-in via USB-C cable to play even more hours.

RHA Wireless Flight Adapter operates with SBC and aptX and is equipped with Bluetooth 5. It can remember up to eight devices and has a 10m+ range. It weighs around 24g.

We designed the Wireless Flight Adapter for all sorts of travel, whether you’re a frequent flyer or a parent on an annual road trip. Frequent flyers will love the adapter’s build quality and three-year international warranty, parents will love the ability to pair multiple headphones, and long-haul travellers will love the 16-hour battery life. As well as being able to make the most of the superb choice of films and entertainment on flights, the flight adapter can be used to convert any device with a 3.5mm audio connection to Bluetooth including portable gaming devices and gym equipment, Colum Fraser, RHA’s Global Marketing Manager, said.

RHA gives a 3-year warranty for the adapter and is priced at INR 4999. The product is available for sale on Headphone Zone and other leading online markets. Selected retailers are also selling it offline.

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