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Nuraphone Headphones from £125 - Grade A: £205, Grade B: £135, Grade C: £125  @ Cex
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Nuraphone Headphones from £125 - Grade A: £205, Grade B: £135, Grade C: £125 @ Cex

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Posted 22nd Jul

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Came across these headphones and they are one of a kind and not used these before but totally change music listening, features and prices listed below;

Prices;
Nuraphone Headphones (Grade A): £205
Nuraphone Headphones (Grade B): £135
Nuraphone Headphones (Grade C): £125
*Also can be bought on a pay monthly plan via NuraNow (Direct from their Website)
nuraphone.com/pro…ect

Nuraphone Headphones use the "Nura" app on iOS and Android to personalise your listening experience.
iOS: apps.apple.com/gb/…776
Android: play.google.com/sto…_GB

Review Link I used:

Features;
  • Learns and adapts to your unique hearing
  • Active Noise Cancellation
  • Dual drivers: clear melodies + bass you can feel
  • Social Mode: touch to hear the world around you
  • Crystal clear voice calls
  • Bluetooth AptX-HD + cabled options

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Hear your favourite music like never before
The nuraphone is the world's only headphone that automatically learns and adapts to your hearing.
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Features
  • 3268084.jpgCleanANC
    Enjoy uniquely quiet listening.
    CleanANC™ combines active noise cancellation (ANC) with double-passive isolation for truly quiet listening. While ANC actively cancels outside sounds, the double-passive isolation is two physical barriers, the ear tips and ear cups, which stop outside sounds getting in.
  • 3268084.jpgSocial Mode
    Hear the world around you with the touch of a button.
    Choose if you want to hear conversations and your surroundings, or tune out everything except your music. Activate Social Mode™ and outside sounds pass into your nuraphones.
  • 3268084.jpgInova
    Our patented in-and-over ear architecture.
    Get the most out of your favourite music with Inova™, the nuraphone’s world-first design which combines in-ear and over-ear headphones. The in-ear tips deliver clearest melodies, while the over-ear cups deliver bass you can feel.
  • 3268084.jpgOffline Mode
    Adjust your settings wherever you are, even in the air.
    Use the nura app to control your nuraphones without an internet connection.
  • 3268084.jpgTouch Buttons
    Use the touch buttons to skip tracks, adjust volume and more.
    Touch the buttons on each of the nuraphone’s ear cups to control your music, without having to open your phone and interrupt your listening. And with single and double tap, you can choose up to 4x functions.
  • 3268084.jpgCharging tones and spoken battery levels
    Always know when your battery needs charging.
    Charging tones and spoken battery levels help you keep your nuraphones charged, so you always have you favourite music when you need it.
  • 3268084.jpgBluetooth QuickSwitch
    Easily swap between your devices.
    Swap between your phone, computer and other devices without worrying about disconnecting your nuraphones.
  • 3268084.jpgVoice Calls
    Make and receive voice calls with your nuraphones.

    Enjoy clear conversations, even when it’s noisy, with external microphones for calls. Make and receive calls with your nuraphones using Bluetooth or a Lightning cable.
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Grade A is 205, not 125. Maybe update title?
Also, bear in mind that these are over ear - but there is an in-ear bit in the middle of the ear-cup - which puts me off getting any used / second hand ones....
Call me cynical, I’ve tried these and there’s a reason they wind up in CEX.
They’re basically an in-ear headphone with a dome over the top.
You see all these testimonials from ‘audio engineers’ in their social media adverts proclaiming ‘wow’, like it’s a religious experience.
Nothing of the sort.
The audio clarity is mediocre and the dome gimmick is basically a physical representation of ‘noise cancelling’, which I found to be creaky.
If the idea was up to much you’d see Sony/Sennheiser et al, all making their own versions of this concept.
How's their Grade B?
Hadouken!22/07/2019 14:35

Call me cynical, I’ve tried these and there’s a reason they wind up in CEX …Call me cynical, I’ve tried these and there’s a reason they wind up in CEX.They’re basically an in-ear headphone with a dome over the top. You see all these testimonials from ‘audio engineers’ in their social media adverts proclaiming ‘wow’, like it’s a religious experience.Nothing of the sort.The audio clarity is mediocre and the dome gimmick is basically a physical representation of ‘noise cancelling’, which I found to be creaky.If the idea was up to much you’d see Sony/Sennheiser et al, all making their own versions of this concept.


That's what I thought but verified reviews on amazon suggest otherwise. Also, hifi reviews websites recommend them.
Batmobile54322/07/2019 14:36

How's their Grade B?


I got grade B and it just didn't include the original box or replacement ear-tips, came with the Nura case and the official cable (It propitiatory so doubt you'd get a knockoff cable.)
Batmobile54322/07/2019 14:37

That's what I thought but verified reviews on amazon suggest otherwise. …That's what I thought but verified reviews on amazon suggest otherwise. Also, hifi reviews websites recommend them.


I looked at the review I linked and trusted reviews, techradar and hifireviews.
bradford_dr22/07/2019 14:30

Also, bear in mind that these are over ear - but there is an in-ear bit …Also, bear in mind that these are over ear - but there is an in-ear bit in the middle of the ear-cup - which puts me off getting any used / second hand ones....


People talking about changing the tips, that's obviously an immediate no brainer. I don't want this type of thing stuck in ears though no matter how new
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