Nuforce NE-770X-ICE Polycarbonate Body In-Ear Headphones - Ice
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About this item
- Driver Size: 8mm
- Impedance: 16 Ohms
- Frequency Response: 20 to 20kHz
- Rated Power: 3mW
- Max. Input Power: 5mW
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The NuForce NE-770X features design principles similar to those of the highly acclaimed NE-700, but with a somewhat different personality. The NE-770X wide-range, non-metallic drivers have been configured to produce a natural, supremely musical sonic signature without sacrificing dynamic punch, soundstage dimension, holographic imaging, or wide-band frequency response. The NE-770X polycarbonate body is acoustically inert and comfortably lightweight.
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I improved their isolation with the Comply T-200 Isolation Earphone Tips . The tips work best when the phones are pushed deep and tight into my ear canals, which is not as comfortable, but the sound, as well as the isolation is better.
Though the price screams "cheapo" these are anything but cheap. The sound quality is superb (though not as loud as the JVC HAFX1X, which is actually a good thing!) The design is solid and I like the added touch of clear plastic near the speakers.
Good - The design is solid and the cable seems sturdier than the JVCs.
Bad - Lack of detachable cable (but then again for this price you can't really find a pair of in-ear headphones that include this feature, the Shure SE215s are your best bet)
The low frequency response is decent too, considering there isn't a separate
sub-woofer in the enclosure like many of your audiophile in ear buds. The build
quality is quite good, and they seal well. The cord does not tangle and the
stress areas appear more robust than most ear buds in this price range.
They are certainly much better, in every way, than the Creative EP660s
they are replacing. Now, are the Shure SE535 LTD's really worth the
extra $500, or even the SE 215s at $99?