Designed for people that care about the sound; these earphones deliver exceptional acoustic design, superior quality components and an ultra-lightweight and durable chassis. They offer a substantial upgrade from those that come with your smartphone or music player and set the standard for premium portable sound.
Precision machined from aircraft grade aluminium to eliminate unwanted vibrations for a clear more detailed sound.
A titanium coated driver and sophisticated acoustic design offers exceptional sound quality with smooth, natural highs and deep powerful bass.
These earphones are great on the go with a long 1.3m tangle-free cord and smartphone compatible inline remote and mic that lets you pause or skip tracks and answer and end calls with one-touch ease. They also come with a carry case for added convenience.
These earphones are designed for all-weather listening to support an active lifestyle.
Made from silicone, the earbuds provided stay comfortably yet securely in place. We’ve included a range of different earbud sizes so you can be assured of a snug, slip-free fit that minimizes ambient noise and so provides the best possible sound quality.
The aircraft grade Aluminium enclosure provides an acoustically neutral and balanced combination of exceptional stiffness and low weight providing both wearable comfort and outstanding audio performance.
The driver enclosure incorporates two acoustic chambers; each employing a-periodic loading giving the performance of a large open-back headphones design. This technique also reduces inner ear pressure resulting in decreased listening fatigue for extended wearing comfort.
The single driver features a large 8.6mm Titanium coated diaphragm, a powerful N45 Neodymium magnet and an innovative lightweight copper clad aluminium voice coil. The driver features combined with the acoustic enclosure design yields an earphone with exceptional power, frequency range and transient response resulting in remarkably clear distortion-free ”holographic” imaging with powerful extended bass.
“These earphones are very convenient and offer noise isolation - especially useful during long journeys. They are also comfortable, do not tire the ear and provide good sound quality.”
+ Quality of design
+ Quality of sound
+ Complete set of accessories included
+ Cable with multifunction button and microphone
Product Review: Optoma NuForce NE750M and NE800M Earphones
Review By Leslie Shapiro, Sep 7, 2015
When Optoma, a home-theater projector company, and NuForce, an audio company joined forces, I’ll admit it I was initially confused. NuForce made nice, niche audio products, and Optoma is mainly only doing projectors. What would their combined efforts produce? Light-emitting earbuds? Projectors with built-in speakers? But it actually makes sense; Optoma purchased NuForce to be able to provide both excellent video and audio to consumers, and they’ve kept the high quality that you would expect from NuForce. How do two new pairs of earphones, the NE750M and......
By Leslie Shapiro • Posted: Sep 7, 2015
When Optoma, a home-theater projector company, and NuForce, an audio company joined forces, I’ll admit it I was initially confused. NuForce made nice, niche audio products, and Optoma is mainly only doing projectors. What would their combined efforts produce? Light-emitting earbuds? Projectors with built-in speakers? But it actually makes sense; Optoma purchased NuForce to be able to provide both excellent video and audio to consumers, and they’ve kept the high quality that you would expect from NuForce. How do two new pairs of earphones, the NE750M and the NE800M from Optoma NuForce sound? Let’s find out. ......
By Todd Bernhard on Wed, 08/19/2015
I was given the chance to try the NE750M ($99) earbuds from Nu Force. These earbuds are a big step up from the free "EarPods" that ship with your iPhone or iPod. For starters, the earpiece component is CNC-milled from aircraft-grade aluminum. This makes them more durable than the plastic earbuds from Apple, and they still manage to be lightweight. This is important if you're going to be listening to music for a long time.
“The first thing you notice when taking them out of the box, is how well the box has been packaged and the earphones presented. It fills you with geek lust at first sight, and that bodes well when you pick up the bullet shaped earphones which are made of metal, and not plastic. It feels solid and the 1.37m cable also has feels good. It's rubberised to reduce tangles and also insulates the cable well so that you don't get annoying interference when the cable rubs against your clothes, which is my pet peeve.”
“The downside of this solid design is that these buds feel heavy in the ear when you first put them in. I was sure they'd fall out, but I soon got used to them, and no longer noticed them, even over prolonged periods.”
“Sonically, the Nuforce NE750M is good. I enjoyed listening to all forms of music and dialogue on them. There's no overwhelming base, and nothing ever sounded muddy. There's a slight over-emphasis of the mid-range, which does help in many situations, particularly dialogue, but it also leaves the higher and lower ranges sounding less solid in comparison. These never distorted, our sounded out of control, and didn't colour the music significantly.”
Sound Quality – 8.1/10
Value for Money – 8.1/10
Build Quality – 8.45/10
Overall – 8.22/10
The NE750M is the company’s new starter model, though is certainly built with considerable precision and care. Made from aircraft grade aluminium they feel like quality and are still lightweight.
In my listening tests, I found external noise was still being well isolated, and whilst bass was noticeably improved in speed and depth in the NE800M than its cheaper sister, I did not find my ears were blowing up like they do with JVC XX Xtreme Xplosive bass blasters, for example. I was highly relieved, as were my eardrums, and there was no listening fatigue at long listening times.
I was immediately impressed with the sensitivity (largely as a result of the lower impedance) and the maximum SPL. It enabled me to play music with force without the need to worry about sound breakup. At the other end, and much better for my ears, low level listening was both full range and musical.
I really did like what I heard, even the breath from the pianist as she played with passion.
The speed and detail of sound was superb as was picking out each individual instrument in the array of sounds. In all that I played vocals were vociferous, bursts from bass drums bellowed without any hint of struggle, and cymbals were sizzlingly good; not OTT, just everything there in the right proportion, like that perfect restaurant food.