"Rich Sounding," Highly Affordable Earphone
The highly affordable NuForce NE-770X earphone features design principles similar to those of the highly acclaimed NE-700, but with a somewhat different personality.
"The affordable Nuforce NE-770X's lightweight design and comfortable fit lend a rich sound to these earphones," reports David Carnoy in his CNET.com review for May 22, 2012. "Overall the NE-770X is pleasant and punchy, and the sound doesn't feel stuck inside your head (it sounds fairly open)."
"Overall the NE-770X is a nice product," notes mark2410 in a, August 18, 2012 review for Head-Fi.org. "The bass and its scale make a distinctly striking impression."
A Natural, Supremely Musical Sonic Signature
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.
The NE-770X comes with three pairs of single flange ear-tips and a carrying pouch. The cable is 54 inches long with a 3.5mm plug. Choose Carbon, Ice, or Sky color finish.
"The affordable Nuforce NE-770X's lightweight design and comfortable fit lend a rich sound to these earphones...I tested them with a variety of music including The National, Usher, Foo Fighters, and Elvis Costello, as well as our CNET headphone test (an ensemble of lossless tracks put together by CNET contributor Steve Guttenberg). You're not going to get the incredible detail that you get from much more expensive earphones and headphones, but overall the NE-770X is pleasant and punchy, and the sound doesn't feel stuck inside your head (it sounds fairly open)..."
- David Carnoy, CNET.com, May 22, 2012
"Overall the NE-770X is a nice product… This is aimed squarely at the general public and its sound signature and impressively dramatic sound I’m sure will appeal. The bass and its scale make a distinctly striking impression."
- mark2410, Head-Fi.org, August 18, 2012