Conclusion: If you have the older 700M and they are still in good shape, there’s no need to rush out and replace them. But if you’re new to NuForce or you’ve worn out the original model, you won’t regret upgrading to these.
Pros: Comfortable, Affordable - sound like more expensive earphones, Subtle Improvements
Summary: Nuforce NE-700M Review
NuForce has always been one of THE companies in headphone audio that you look for for amps and other such accessories. But their decision to dip into the IEM market has been met by many with curiosity. Can they perform? And at what price?
Pros: Great Sound, uniform build, accessories, price
Cons: Weather Deficent, Needs Complys, Mine had faulty Mic
Summary: First, I’d like to thank the folks at NuForce for providing a sample of the revised NE-700M earphones for review.
NuForce is a company I first came into contact with when I reviewed pre-production samples of their upcoming NE-700X, a replacement for their popular and outgoing NE-7M earphones.
Pros: Better balanced than the previous version, Very solid build,
Summary: Nuforce NE-700m Quick Review
Full review http://www.head-fi.org/t/666207/nuforce-ne-700m-review
Thanks to Nuforce for the sample
Brief: Nuforce’s grown up IEM.
Price: US$75 or £75 for the m US$65 or £63 for the non mic’d x version
Specification: Driver Size: 8mm, Impedance: 16 Ohms, Frequency...
Pros: Should survive much abuse, tremendous low end power.
Summary: My full review/comparison of the NE-600X vs 700X vs 770X...
- U shaped sound
- tiny fit
- decent sound, but really the 770X is the better choice at half the price
Pros: good clarity despite the bassy sound signature
Summary: First impression (About 4 hours of use): These are a great value for the price. The soundstage is surprisingly large for earphones. It might just be because they are new to me, but I really think they sound better than my Grado SR60s! This might change over time, but I'm really impressed so far.
Pros: Great value for money (assuming they sell it at the goal price), Good selection of tips
Cons: Might be a little too bassy for me after burn in, triple flange tips are a little hard to put on
Excerpt: NuForce is known for producing high-end digital amps, and the company has somehow squeezed its audiophile know-how into a great-sounding, comfortable and attractive set of earbuds. These machined aluminum bullets are only $70, and at that price, they’re a steal. They earn our highest recommendation.
Pros: Truly excellent sound with no distortion. Tight and punchy. A variety of tips, including both round nubs and deep mushrooms, for a variety of fits.
Cons: Lots of machined metal here, making them heavy. Straight plug is annoying in the pocket. Plug doesn’t fit all players — see the website for details.
Excerpt: In the past, I have reviewed some outrageously expensive – and outrageously good – earphones. But let’s face it: The vast majority of music lovers either can’t afford to or just won’t shell out the bucks to achieve that last bit of audio perfection.
Pros: Sound great for this price range, Very well made, Included carrying pouch
Cons: Had to use someone else's tips to get proper seal
Conclusion: The NE-700X does not include a microphone although Nuforce offers a companion product that does include a microphone in the NE-700M . That product sells for US$75. I found the earphones to be comfortable to wear during the several hours I spent testing them.
Pros: Well balanced earphones at a reasonable price.