NuForce gives your ears a treat
Everyone should have a favorite song – or at least a pretty reasonable list of them, and in order to maximize your enjoyment of those songs, you will obviously need a high quality recording version of the tune, in addition to having good hardware to go along with it. For those who tend to do a whole lot of traveling and listen to their music on-the-go, a decent pair of headphones or earphones are always more than welcome, and NuForce has got your back with their latest releases – the NE-600X and NE-770X models.
Thanks to NuForce’s knowledge of the industry, they have consistently received high amounts of praise from audiophiles and consumers alike where high-performance audio products are concerned, and it does seem to look to me as though these two earbuds are continued proof of that expertise.
According to Jason Lim, CEO of NuForce, “We set out to develop the best sounding earphones at a price the average consumer could afford without sacrificing sound quality. We’ve pushed the limits and created the NE-600X and NE-770X, where we’ve managed to develop outstanding products that hit a wide price range with products that will please even the most astute music enthusiast.”
The NuForce NE-600X is said to deliver unprecedented performance for a pair of budget conscious earbuds, sporting detailed engineering and high-efficiency acoustic design that ensures you will be able to enjoy excellent bass, a harmonically correct tonality, a deeply layered soundstage and superb sound isolation. Not only that, the bane of most standard earphones would be having its wires getting all tangled up – that won’t happen to the NE-600X since it has a flat self-untangling OFC wire, as well as advanced extra-large drivers for excellent bass impact. All of that for a mere $24.95, sounds like a bargain, doesn’t it?
As for the higher end NuForce NE-770X, this pair of earbuds does take a lot from its award-winning sibling, the NE-700X, albeit with one major difference. It will come with non-metallic drivers as those sip less juice, making them perfect for use with mobile devices, delivering a natural and supremely musical sonic signature without having to sacrifice dynamic punch or wide-band frequency response. Expect to fork out $49 for the NE-770X.