We know that the economy is not exactly doing gangbusters at the moment, which is why NuForce has come forward to ensure you can still enjoy decent quality audio with your high bitrate audio files coupled with their new NE-600X and NE-770X earbuds. These are budget-conscious earphones which is said to deliver sound that punches above its weight class, without burning a huge hole in your pocket. The NE-600 will feature detailed engineering and high-efficiency acoustic design, ensuring you will be able to enjoy excellent bass, a harmonically correct tonality, a deeply layered soundstage and superb sound isolation. It will cost a mere $24.95, where you can choose from black, red and lime green shades.
As for the NuForce NE-770X, this puppy does share the same working principles as the award-winning NE-700X, although it will use non-metallic drivers. This in turn reduces the amount of juice required to drive them at an optimal level, making it ideal for portable use. With a polycarbonate body that houses all the sensitive circuitry within, the NE-770X will come in carbon, ice or sky colors, retailing for $49 if you are interested.
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