Nuraphone Headphones

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  • Nuraphone Headphones

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Specification

Overview
Type Over-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling Yes
Brand Nura
Warranty 12 months
Release date 3-October-2017
Size 19 x 17 x 8.8 cm (7.5 x 6.7 x 3.5 in)
Weight 329 grams
(11.61 ounces)

Critic Reviews


BassHeadSpeakers

A really unique headphone

BassHeadSpeakers

These high-end headphones are engineered to learn your hearing profile using a built-in sensitive microphone and provide optimal listening sound performance. We were very impressed by how good these headphones sounded when using the personalized mode – the sound quality sounded fuller, richer a...More

These high-end headphones are engineered to learn your hearing profile using a built-in sensitive microphone and provide optimal listening sound performance. We were very impressed by how good these headphones sounded when using the personalized mode – the sound quality sounded fuller, richer and much more spacious with greater attention to detail.

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PC & Tech Authority

They sound absolutely sublime

from PC & Tech Authority

The first thing to say in weighing up these funny-looking headphones is that they sound absolutely sublime. The second is that the addition of active noise-cancelling has given them a real lift. That’s the important stuff, and that’s why they’re getting five stars.

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The first thing to say in weighing up these funny-looking headphones is that they sound absolutely sublime. The second is that the addition of active noise-cancelling has given them a real lift. That’s the important stuff, and that’s why they’re getting five stars.

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Stuff

Weirdly brilliant headphones

from Stuff

The first thing to say in weighing up these funny-looking headphones is that they sound absolutely sublime. The second is that the addition of active noise-cancelling has given them a real lift. That’s the important stuff, and that’s why they’re getting five stars.

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The first thing to say in weighing up these funny-looking headphones is that they sound absolutely sublime. The second is that the addition of active noise-cancelling has given them a real lift. That’s the important stuff, and that’s why they’re getting five stars.

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Tech Advisor

Sounds too good to be true

from Tech Advisor

Handy touch buttons, good battery life, aptX HD and support for a range of connections all add to the appeal. The downside is that they're not all that comfortable, which detracts from the experience: they're not ideal for longer listening sessions or listening on the move.

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Handy touch buttons, good battery life, aptX HD and support for a range of connections all add to the appeal. The downside is that they're not all that comfortable, which detracts from the experience: they're not ideal for longer listening sessions or listening on the move.

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Good Gear Guide

Personalised headphones that leave a big impression but not a lasting one

from Good Gear Guide

If you’re not an audiophile, $500 is a lot of money to spend on a pair of headphones - and while the Nuraphones sound good, I don’t think they sound that good.

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If you’re not an audiophile, $500 is a lot of money to spend on a pair of headphones - and while the Nuraphones sound good, I don’t think they sound that good.

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Pocket-lint

Clever, unique, brilliant and totally weird

from Pocket-lint

Nuraphone's sound profile matching technology is impressive, and yields results that really do seem to suit the individual, combining punchy high and mids from the in-ear tips and fulfilling bass filling out the back really nicely. There are some compromises though.

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Nuraphone's sound profile matching technology is impressive, and yields results that really do seem to suit the individual, combining punchy high and mids from the in-ear tips and fulfilling bass filling out the back really nicely. There are some compromises though.

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Wired

Feels strange to wear, but their customized audio reigns supreme

from Wired

At $400, the Nuraphones are not cheap, but they also aren’t out of step with the price tags on many of the best wireless headphones. You’ll have to get used to the probing feeling of the hybrid earbud/over-ear design, and you should take your hearing profile test a few times to get the best match.

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At $400, the Nuraphones are not cheap, but they also aren’t out of step with the price tags on many of the best wireless headphones. You’ll have to get used to the probing feeling of the hybrid earbud/over-ear design, and you should take your hearing profile test a few times to get the best match.

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Business Insider

Ruined normal headphones for me

from Business Insider

Right off the bat, if you don't like in-ear earbuds, you're not going to like the Nuraphone no matter how good they sound. That's because you'll get the in-ear earbud feel with these headphones. But if you've made the decision that you're going to spend around $400 on a pair of wireless headphon...More

Right off the bat, if you don't like in-ear earbuds, you're not going to like the Nuraphone no matter how good they sound. That's because you'll get the in-ear earbud feel with these headphones. But if you've made the decision that you're going to spend around $400 on a pair of wireless headphones, the Nuraphone should be at the top of the list.

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