An international projector and audio brand, Optoma revealed a new range of Hi-Res certified in-ear headphones. The new range consist of four model, namely: NuForce HEM2, HEM4, HEM6 and HEM8. The headphones comes with a hard case, a soft case, and six different pairs of ear tips, meaning no one should have any problem finding ones that fit.
The entry level HEM 2 comes out with a single balanced armature driver. It’s red in color and comes with some silicone tips as well as two pairs of Comply Tips. It also comes with a stereo adapter so you could plug it into your desktop amp.
Other Specifications Of NuForce HEM 2 Are:
- Maximum input power: 2mW
- Impedance: 26 Ohms
- Maximum input sound level: 113dB
- Sensitivity: 110dB +/-3dB
- Frequency response: 20 – 40,000 Hz
- Ear coupling: In-ear
- Jack plug: 3.5mm (4 pole-stereo)
- Number of driver(s): 2 total
- Cable length: 4 ft (1.38 meters)
- Weight w/ cable: 0.7oz
Not many earphones come with as many accessories as the HEM2. There is a heavy-duty hard shell carrying case, a smaller zip-up case that fits inside it and a molded holder for the two removable earpieces, two cables (one braided with no remote, one regular cable with an inline single-button remote and mic), six(6) pairs of silicone eartips, a 0.25-inch stereo jack adapter, two pairs of Comply foam eartips, and a cleaning tool for the earpieces.
NuForce has done a great job with their new HEM lineup. This lightweight, ergonomic shells ensure comfortable listening sessions. The NuForce HEM earphones is now available in the market and it range from $199 to $499.