Posted on: 14 October 2015 by Ross McSweeny
Optoma, a designer and manufacturer of projection and audio products has expanded its range of premium in-ear headphones with the release of NuForce BE6.
tUsers can play audio and take phone calls continuously for up to six hours via the BE6 wireless earphones, which are equipped with an in-line remote control that can skip tracks, engage Siri or Google Voice and activate the Bluetooth pairing mode. ttThe BE6 has a lightweight aluminium chassis – the precision-machined, thin-walled full-metal earpiece is lightweight (16g with cable) and provides a comfortable and non-fatiguing fit for all-day use. The chassis construction also provides rigid resonance-free sound for crystal clear audio performance.ttThe BE6 features Bluetooth with aptX, which allows users to listen to CD-quality music wirelessly in much higher quality than offered from the standard Bluetooth codec. aptX is supported by the majority of Windows and Android smartphones, Macs and PCs. They also support AAC which provides the best listening experience when playing music from Apple devices.ttUnlike the majority of wireless in-ear headphones, the BE6 maintains absolute sound and weight balance between left and right earphones by placing the micro USB charging socket within the BE6 in-built remote control.