“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.”
“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.”
“These not only give a staggering 10hour battery life, they have a built in microphone which is essential. Overall, these deliver the goods!”
The sound is clear and surprisingly detailed, and the Spin Fit ear tips (yes, the idea is to twist them into your ear) offer a surprisingly good level of passive noise isolation
A decent level of separation allows you to comfortably pick out individual instruments and voices as they populate the song around you, and there’s even a semblance of soundstage. Most music sounds good, but artists like Cat Stevens and Aimee Mann, with their simple, predominantly acoustic arrangements, are a particular joy.
The BE2s are solidly built, with all the features you’d expect from a pair of Bluetooth earphones in 2017, and they boast a rich, balanced, fun sound.