Optoma NuForce NE800M Earphones – Review

Optoma are a maker of many products, primarily projection products, but they also have a solid line up of audio related items. A while ago I reviewed the Optoma uDAC-3 which received a silver award. Today I am taking a look at a set of their NuForce in-ear headphones, the NE800M. Made from Carbon Fibre and Brass, they certainly look the part.

 

Specifications

Frequency Response 10Hz – 40kHz
Impedance 16Ohms
Sensitivity 113dB +/- 3dB
Maximum Input Sound Level 120dB S.P.L
Cable Length 1.37M
Connector Type 3.5mm (4-pole)
Driver 8.6mm (Titanium Coated Diaphragm)

 

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