The Scottish Headphone specialist, RHA, today releases a new accessory, which should prove convenient for users of wireless headsets of all brands. Called a wireless flight adapter, its main purpose is to establish the connection between the in-flight entertainment system of an aircraft and your wireless headphones. According to RHA, it lasts up to 16 hours with a charge, which should cover the majority of flights, even the longest. But nothing also prevents you from using this big key to add a Bluetooth audio connection to gadgets that do not have it, like the Nintendo Switch or a vintage iPod.
A wireless flight adapter is one of those gadgets that I never think I need until I've discovered that it exists and I realize that, yes, it would be nice to be able to Finally use my dear noise canceling headphones to consume the flight selection of the film. The RHA dongle is, of course, not alone, and there are already a few, but the company's excellent history with audio equipment gives me more confidence in the fact that it would have corrected all the details . For example, you can pair multiple pairs of headphones to the RHA adapter, and the company supports this 16-hour battery life with USB-C, which seems to be lacking in most alternatives. . Support for Bluetooth 5 and AptX and a range of over 10 meters complete the RHA datasheet with useful checkbox features.
The RHA Wireless Flight Adapter is on sale for $ 49.95 / $ 49.95 / £ 39.95.