Die Nuforce BE2 Bluetooth In-Ear-Kopfhörer bieten ein beispielloses Audio-Erlebnis zu einem erschwinglichen Preis. Sie sind die perfekte Option für den mobilen Musikgenuss. Ausgestattet mit Kabelmikrofon, patentieren SpinFit TwinBlade® Ohrpassstücke und einer Akku Laufzeit von 10 Stunden, sowie AAC Unterstützung und Schweiß-und Wassergeschützt (IPX5 Rated), bieten die Nuforce BE2 ein nahtlos kabelloses Musikerlebnis.
Die BE2 können bis zu 10 Stunden mit einer Akkuladung in Betrieb genommen werden. Ideal zum telefonieren und Musikhören.
Dank Bluetooth® Technologie und AAC Kompatibilität ist die kabellose Verbindung zu Smartphones mit maximaler Audio Qualität sichergestellt.
Hergestellt aus Metall und Polykarbonat eignen sich die BE2 ideal für den täglichen Gebrauch bei Sport und Freizeit.
Das abgewinkelte Design, die große Auswahl an Ohrstöpseln und das umhängbare Kabel stellen optimalen Halt und Komfort sicher. Die mitgelieferten und patentierten SpinFit TwinBlade® Ohrstöpsel sorgen für erstklassige Stabilität und Geräuschisolierung.
Die neuesten, patentierten Ohrpassstücke werden aus hochwertigem Silikon hergestellt. Sie wurden speziell dafür entwickelt, einen sicheren Halt im Ohr zu gewährleisten – egal wie intensiv Sie sich bewegen.
Die BE2 Kopfhörer sind IPX5 zertifiziert, das heißt, sie sind Schweiß- und Regenresistent – ideal für einen aktiven Lifestyle.
Verfügbar in Jet Black oder Frost White
“With its current price placement, I can recommend the NuForce BE2 to you, especially if you are looking to buy a device from a well-known company, without spending a lot of money on it”
The cheapest wireless headphones you want to buy will be around $50 like the excellent Optoma NuForce BE2. Any cheaper than that and you’ll be left wanting in the sound quality department.
Geekanoids YouTube review of optom NuForce BE2 starts at minute 5:50.
“They are not heavy by any means and are very comfortable to wear.”
“These produce really clear audio. They go nice and low in the lower frequencies. And a nice smooth sound to them as well. Not a muddy sound at all, just very buttery, very effortless. A great amount of detail.”
“With regards to the Sound quality, the Nuforce BE2 delivers convincing performance. The 6 mm converter does a good job. The bass goes deep and controlled down without build pressure in the ear. The heights are clear without being intrusive, the vocal layers have substance...Price/ Performance: very good”
If you want a decent, tough and economic set of headphones they’re a great choice. Recommended.
I’ve been using them for my daily drivers for the last couple of weeks and although they’re somewhat aimed at a fitness market they’ve been perfect for normal use.
The specs line up – does the experience? Yes. The BE2’s are as hardy as promised and have reasonable if not great sound quality for Bluetooth in-ear headphones.
The Optoma NuForce BE2 is everything you would want in a wireless earphone. Lightweight, comfortable and ideal for using whilst working out. The cable is great as it is slightly weighted to stop it bouncing all over the place during workouts. The SpinFit eartips stay in your ears. I even tried shaking my head and they stayed in place.
The biggest surprise was the sound quality. The BE2’s are not bass heavy, in fact they are slightly bass light but in a good way as the midrange and treble shine with these. They had good clarity in the mid and treble range and with a reasonable amount of separation. The BE2s are really enjoyable to listen to your music.
The Optoma NuForce BE2 is a great sounding, IPX5 wireless earphone that are highly recommended.
“The Optoma NuForce BE2 is made of a good material, has great processing quality, a decent sound and a very stable Bluetooth connection. In addition, they have a long battery life and great protection against sweat and rain. If you want very good bass then NuForce BE2 are the product to get.”
"They offer far more than you’d expect. There are plenty of things to enjoy: great isolation, splendid sound quality, nifty features and design, good battery life. They are almost everything we want from a pair of budget earbuds".
"If you’re looking for an affordable pair of headphones that have a build quality that will last you for a very long time, Coupled with a pleasant (and comfortable) listening experience, look no further than the Optoma Nuforce BE2’s".
“Rarely do I say that I actually enjoy a Bluetooth sound product, especially earphones. But Optoma's NuForce BE2 far exceeded my general expectations, even if it fell a bit short in certain areas. Those shortcomings, however, can easily be overlooked by some, considering its price. $50 is will get you the BE2, which is another one of its strengths. Honestly, I was happier with this (again, in general) than some other wireless earbuds that I've tested that cost a whole lot more.”
“Here we go again, yet another solid pair of headphones have shown up on my desk. The Optoma NuForce BE2 headphones are Optoma’s latest offering and they’re so nicely priced for what you get!”
“If you’re looking for a pair of Bluetooth headphones that are sweat proof, are built well, are priced right, and sound really good for the price. Then the NuForce BE2’s are worth your time.”
“Optoma NuForce BE2 headphones earn a 2017 Techaeris Top Pick Award!”
“Optoma did an excellent job creating such a great wireless headphone for $50. Throughout our testing, we never once felt that the NuForce BE2 was offering a sub-par experience compared to its more expensive siblings.”
“Compared to the Jaybird Freedom, which is four times as expensive, the Optoma NuForce BE2 offers over twice the battery life and much better sound quality. The Monster Clarity HD sound great but feel cheap and are more expensive. For the price, it’s hard to beat the Optoma NuForce BE2.“
"These not only give a staggering 10hour battery life, they have a built in microphone which is essential. Overall, these deliver the goods!"
“We’ve liked the NuForce line for its ability to deliver solid audio fidelity that punches above its price range, and the BE2 stand as a real testament to that.” Ted’s main issue with the BE2 is that it isn’t aptX compatible, but he recommended the BE6i or BE Sport3 for Android users, which is another nice call out!"