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nuraphone — Wireless Bluetooth Over Ear Headphones with Earbuds, Creates Personalized Sound, Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), Social Mode, Multi-tap Buttons, 20 Hour Battery Life
nuraphone — Wireless Bluetooth Over Ear Headphones with Earbuds, Creates Personalized Sound, Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), Social Mode, Multi-tap Buttons, 20 Hour Battery Life
nuraphone — Wireless Bluetooth Over Ear Headphones with Earbuds, Creates Personalized Sound, Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), Social Mode, Multi-tap Buttons, 20 Hour Battery Life
nuraphone — Wireless Bluetooth Over Ear Headphones with Earbuds, Creates Personalized Sound, Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), Social Mode, Multi-tap Buttons, 20 Hour Battery Life
nuraphone — Wireless Bluetooth Over Ear Headphones with Earbuds, Creates Personalized Sound, Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), Social Mode, Multi-tap Buttons, 20 Hour Battery Life
nuraphone — Wireless Bluetooth Over Ear Headphones with Earbuds, Creates Personalized Sound, Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), Social Mode, Multi-tap Buttons, 20 Hour Battery Life
nuraphone — Wireless Bluetooth Over Ear Headphones with Earbuds, Creates Personalized Sound, Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), Social Mode, Multi-tap Buttons, 20 Hour Battery Life

nuraphone — Wireless Bluetooth Over Ear Headphones with Earbuds, Creates Personalized Sound, Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), Social Mode, Multi-tap Buttons, 20 Hour Battery Life

nuraphone — Wireless Bluetooth Over Ear Headphones with Earbuds, Creates Personalized Sound, Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), Social Mode, Multi-tap Buttons, 20 Hour Battery Life
nuraphone — Wireless Bluetooth Over Ear Headphones with Earbuds, Creates Personalized Sound, Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), Social Mode, Multi-tap Buttons, 20 Hour Battery Life
nuraphone — Wireless Bluetooth Over Ear Headphones with Earbuds, Creates Personalized Sound, Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), Social Mode, Multi-tap Buttons, 20 Hour Battery Life
nuraphone — Wireless Bluetooth Over Ear Headphones with Earbuds, Creates Personalized Sound, Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), Social Mode, Multi-tap Buttons, 20 Hour Battery Life
nuraphone — Wireless Bluetooth Over Ear Headphones with Earbuds, Creates Personalized Sound, Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), Social Mode, Multi-tap Buttons, 20 Hour Battery Life
nuraphone — Wireless Bluetooth Over Ear Headphones with Earbuds, Creates Personalized Sound, Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), Social Mode, Multi-tap Buttons, 20 Hour Battery Life
nuraphone — Wireless Bluetooth Over Ear Headphones with Earbuds, Creates Personalized Sound, Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), Social Mode, Multi-tap Buttons, 20 Hour Battery Life
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Features

  • Personalised sound: The world's only headphone to automatically learn and adapt to how you hear music.
  • Adjustable bass: Choose your level of Immersion, from low to the front row.
  • Active Noise Cancellation + Social Mode: Enjoy uniquely quiet listening, or hear conversations and your surroundings with the touch of a button.
  • In-and-over-ear design: Combines in-ear buds dedicated to melodies with over-ear drivers dedicated to bass you can feel.
  • Please note - This version of Nuraphone does not come with an Analog cable or additional ear-tips.

Description

At the core of the Nuraphone is a self-learning engine that automatically detects how you hear in 60 seconds. Without even pressing a button, the Nuraphone creates your unique hearing profile. After your Nuraphone measures your hearing, the Nura App creates a visual representation of how you hear. This is your unique hearing profile. The Nuraphone combines in-ear and over-ear headphones. The in-ear tips deliver clearest melodies, while the over-ear cups deliver bass you can feel. In and over-ear. Hear every note, feel every beat. Up to 20 hours on 
a single charge. Hear your surroundings or just your music. Skip tracks, change volume and answer calls. Double-passive isolation with a unique in and over-ear architecture, further enhanced by ANC.


Product Dimensions 8.58 x 5.71 x 10.83 inches


Item Weight 11.6 ounces


Manufacturer nura


ASIN B076X4KH11


Item model number NUR01-000


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 823 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #325 in Over-Ear Headphones


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available February 7, 2018


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Features

  • Personalised sound: The world's only headphone to automatically learn and adapt to how you hear music.
  • Adjustable bass: Choose your level of Immersion, from low to the front row.
  • Active Noise Cancellation + Social Mode: Enjoy uniquely quiet listening, or hear conversations and your surroundings with the touch of a button.
  • In-and-over-ear design: Combines in-ear buds dedicated to melodies with over-ear drivers dedicated to bass you can feel.
  • Please note - This version of Nuraphone does not come with an Analog cable or additional ear-tips.

Description

At the core of the Nuraphone is a self-learning engine that automatically detects how you hear in 60 seconds. Without even pressing a button, the Nuraphone creates your unique hearing profile. After your Nuraphone measures your hearing, the Nura App creates a visual representation of how you hear. This is your unique hearing profile. The Nuraphone combines in-ear and over-ear headphones. The in-ear tips deliver clearest melodies, while the over-ear cups deliver bass you can feel. In and over-ear. Hear every note, feel every beat. Up to 20 hours on 
a single charge. Hear your surroundings or just your music. Skip tracks, change volume and answer calls. Double-passive isolation with a unique in and over-ear architecture, further enhanced by ANC.


Product Dimensions 8.58 x 5.71 x 10.83 inches


Item Weight 11.6 ounces


Manufacturer nura


ASIN B076X4KH11


Item model number NUR01-000


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 823 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #325 in Over-Ear Headphones


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available February 7, 2018


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Personalised sound: The world's only headphone to automatically learn and adapt to how you hear music.
  • Adjustable bass: Choose your level of Immersion, from low to the front row.
  • Active Noise Cancellation + Social Mode: Enjoy uniquely quiet listening, or hear conversations and your surroundings with the touch of a button.
  • In-and-over-ear design: Combines in-ear buds dedicated to melodies with over-ear drivers dedicated to bass you can feel.
  • Please note - This version of Nuraphone does not come with an Analog cable or additional ear-tips.

Description

At the core of the Nuraphone is a self-learning engine that automatically detects how you hear in 60 seconds. Without even pressing a button, the Nuraphone creates your unique hearing profile. After your Nuraphone measures your hearing, the Nura App creates a visual representation of how you hear. This is your unique hearing profile. The Nuraphone combines in-ear and over-ear headphones. The in-ear tips deliver clearest melodies, while the over-ear cups deliver bass you can feel. In and over-ear. Hear every note, feel every beat. Up to 20 hours on 
a single charge. Hear your surroundings or just your music. Skip tracks, change volume and answer calls. Double-passive isolation with a unique in and over-ear architecture, further enhanced by ANC.


Product Dimensions 8.58 x 5.71 x 10.83 inches


Item Weight 11.6 ounces


Manufacturer nura


ASIN B076X4KH11


Item model number NUR01-000


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 823 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #325 in Over-Ear Headphones


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available February 7, 2018


abunda_amazon_reviews I have spent my entire 29 year professional career as an audio producer and engineer. I have owned more than a dozen different kinds of reference headphones and in-ear monitors. These are not the best. Not by a long shot. They aren't terrible, but they are not accurate. They're not even the kind I would listen to simply to enjoy music. Each ear cup contains two drivers: a mid/high driver that delivers sound through the earbud. The low frequencies are handled by a larger driver in the outer ear cup. I won't bother to describe the customization component of the app as it has been described in great detail all over the web and is the main reason someone would be interested in these in the first place. You may or not be impressed by it. The personalized profile will undoubtedly sound better than the generic profile of the test song provided. It sounds to me like the generic version might be deliberately "dumbed-down" in order to make the comparison more dramatic. It's the switch between the generic and customized profile that makes the people in the marketing videos open their eyes wide and smile. I'm a bit surprised that the audio engineers in the marketing videos were so easily impressed. A far better test is to simply listen to your current favorite headphones and then switch to the Nuraphones. I used the pair of Audio Technica ATH-M70X headphones that were sitting on the mixing console. I usually use Grado SR 325's for critical listening, but even the M70xs sounded better and more natural than the Nuraphones. The Nuraphones weren't bad at all. They're pretty good sounding headphones. One function that is touted in the literature is called "immersion". If you're a 17 year old kid with a souped up Subaru with a giant subwoofer, these might be right for you. They literally vibrate when the "Immersion" is turned up full. I don't get what some folks get from a ton of low end, but different strokes for different folks. But for any kind of critical work it would cause you to make terrible mix decisions. Worse than useless. With the Immersion setting set to "off" they seem to have a respectably flat response. I didn't feel the low end was lacking without engaging it, and I never thought it would sound better turned on even a little. I don't mind the feel of in-ear monitors or ear buds, but if you don't like how those feel, you wouldn't like these. They don't fall out like off-the-shelf earbuds often do, but slight pressure on your ear canal opening is always there. It might become annoying over time. The seem very well made, are solid without being too heavy, the packaging is beautiful and they aren't gaudy like Beats or other "HEY! LOOK AT MY EXPENSIVE HEADPHONES" headphones. They block out extraneous noise as well as most noise-canceling headphones, largely due to the earbud sealing up your ear canal. I didn't listen with anyone else in the room, and they turn off as soon as you take them off your hear, so I couldn't tell how much leakage they allow to the outside world. I just kept imagining they must be like the Subaru kid next to me at a stoplight. Overall, I think they are a decent pair of headphones with a novelty hook. The measurement/ customization idea might morph in to something truly unique and useful in future generations, but for these, I think it's more of a gimmick than a really useful feature. Packaging aside (it really is gorgeous!), I found I preferred a pair of headphones that cost half as much as the Nuraphones. I bought them a week ago and returned them today.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2018;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;It's a, "You might this thing if you like this kind of thing" thing.;;Chuck E. Cheese;;;I ordered these headphones because let's be honest, they have some pretty interesting features and abilities that you don't see in other headphones. Here's my breakdown: Pros: I think the silicone is super comfortable and the earcups don't bother my head where they go over my glasses which is a big plus for me. I like how much noise they cancel without being "noise-canceling" headphones. I can be watching a different show in the same room as my roommate (who always has things way too loud) without turning my volume up--it's like he's not even there. I like the look of these headphones; very simple and black and not overly large looking for being over-ear. The battery life seems to be pretty good, although I haven't really been keeping track. I've only charged them once and I've owned them for about a month with regular use. You can see how much battery life is left when you connect them to your phone, but there isn't an indicator on the headphones. When they are dying, they will say, "battery low" in your ears. I also really like the bass setting that these have. From what I understand, the outer cup is where the vibrations are generated (which you can adjust to your liking, so the sound doesn't have to feel super bassy like some are saying) giving you a very different experience than other headphones. I don't know how to describe it, but it's a very cool experience. Cons: Occasionally, I will find that they feel uncomfortable, but usually, a quick adjustment solves the problem. They're a little heavy which is the main problem for me since you can feel the weight on the top of your head. I haven't had any issues with the in-ear portion as some reviewers are stating they're uncomfortable. I guess it just depends on your ears, although the "earbuds" are quite squishy and seemingly adjustable. The cost is the real issue for average buyers--these are expensive headphones (and I wouldn't classify them as a well-known brand) which is a big deterrent. They have some cool features/technology which was why I personally bought them, but I'm not an audiophile and I'm not made of money either, so this was a little bit of a bigger commitment than I was comfortable making, but once I tried them, I deemed them worthy of keeping. Overall, I really like these headphones, and they're a conversation piece. I've always wanted some cool, good quality, Bluetooth headphones, and these seem to be just that.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Great sound. Great conversation piece.;;Alexa

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Chuck E. Cheese - Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2018
It's a, "You might this thing if you like this kind of thing" thing.
I have spent my entire 29 year professional career as an audio producer and engineer. I have owned more than a dozen different kinds of reference headphones and in-ear monitors. These are not the best. Not by a long shot. They aren't terrible, but they are not accurate. They're not even the kind I would listen to simply to enjoy music. Each ear cup contains two drivers: a mid/high driver that delivers sound through the earbud. The low frequencies are handled by a larger driver in the outer ear cup. I won't bother to describe the customization component of the app as it has been described in great detail all over the web and is the main reason someone would be interested in these in the first place. You may or not be impressed by it. The personalized profile will undoubtedly sound better than the generic profile of the test song provided. It sounds to me like the generic version might be deliberately "dumbed-down" in order to make the comparison more dramatic. It's the switch between the generic and customized profile that makes the people in the marketing videos open their eyes wide and smile. I'm a bit surprised that the audio engineers in the marketing videos were so easily impressed. A far better test is to simply listen to your current favorite headphones and then switch to the Nuraphones. I used the pair of Audio Technica ATH-M70X headphones that were sitting on the mixing console. I usually use Grado SR 325's for critical listening, but even the M70xs sounded better and more natural than the Nuraphones. The Nuraphones weren't bad at all. They're pretty good sounding headphones. One function that is touted in the literature is called "immersion". If you're a 17 year old kid with a souped up Subaru with a giant subwoofer, these might be right for you. They literally vibrate when the "Immersion" is turned up full. I don't get what some folks get from a ton of low end, but different strokes for different folks. But for any kind of critical work it would cause you to make terrible mix decisions. Worse than useless. With the Immersion setting set to "off" they seem to have a respectably flat response. I didn't feel the low end was lacking without engaging it, and I never thought it would sound better turned on even a little. I don't mind the feel of in-ear monitors or ear buds, but if you don't like how those feel, you wouldn't like these. They don't fall out like off-the-shelf earbuds often do, but slight pressure on your ear canal opening is always there. It might become annoying over time. The seem very well made, are solid without being too heavy, the packaging is beautiful and they aren't gaudy like Beats or other "HEY! LOOK AT MY EXPENSIVE HEADPHONES" headphones. They block out extraneous noise as well as most noise-canceling headphones, largely due to the earbud sealing up your ear canal. I didn't listen with anyone else in the room, and they turn off as soon as you take them off your hear, so I couldn't tell how much leakage they allow to the outside world. I just kept imagining they must be like the Subaru kid next to me at a stoplight. Overall, I think they are a decent pair of headphones with a novelty hook. The measurement/ customization idea might morph in to something truly unique and useful in future generations, but for these, I think it's more of a gimmick than a really useful feature. Packaging aside (it really is gorgeous!), I found I preferred a pair of headphones that cost half as much as the Nuraphones. I bought them a week ago and returned them today.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Alexa - Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2018
Great sound. Great conversation piece.
I ordered these headphones because let's be honest, they have some pretty interesting features and abilities that you don't see in other headphones. Here's my breakdown: Pros: I think the silicone is super comfortable and the earcups don't bother my head where they go over my glasses which is a big plus for me. I like how much noise they cancel without being "noise-canceling" headphones. I can be watching a different show in the same room as my roommate (who always has things way too loud) without turning my volume up--it's like he's not even there. I like the look of these headphones; very simple and black and not overly large looking for being over-ear. The battery life seems to be pretty good, although I haven't really been keeping track. I've only charged them once and I've owned them for about a month with regular use. You can see how much battery life is left when you connect them to your phone, but there isn't an indicator on the headphones. When they are dying, they will say, "battery low" in your ears. I also really like the bass setting that these have. From what I understand, the outer cup is where the vibrations are generated (which you can adjust to your liking, so the sound doesn't have to feel super bassy like some are saying) giving you a very different experience than other headphones. I don't know how to describe it, but it's a very cool experience. Cons: Occasionally, I will find that they feel uncomfortable, but usually, a quick adjustment solves the problem. They're a little heavy which is the main problem for me since you can feel the weight on the top of your head. I haven't had any issues with the in-ear portion as some reviewers are stating they're uncomfortable. I guess it just depends on your ears, although the "earbuds" are quite squishy and seemingly adjustable. The cost is the real issue for average buyers--these are expensive headphones (and I wouldn't classify them as a well-known brand) which is a big deterrent. They have some cool features/technology which was why I personally bought them, but I'm not an audiophile and I'm not made of money either, so this was a little bit of a bigger commitment than I was comfortable making, but once I tried them, I deemed them worthy of keeping. Overall, I really like these headphones, and they're a conversation piece. I've always wanted some cool, good quality, Bluetooth headphones, and these seem to be just that.

Recent Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Chuck E. Cheese - Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2018
It's a, "You might this thing if you like this kind of thing" thing.
I have spent my entire 29 year professional career as an audio producer and engineer. I have owned more than a dozen different kinds of reference headphones and in-ear monitors. These are not the best. Not by a long shot. They aren't terrible, but they are not accurate. They're not even the kind I would listen to simply to enjoy music. Each ear cup contains two drivers: a mid/high driver that delivers sound through the earbud. The low frequencies are handled by a larger driver in the outer ear cup. I won't bother to describe the customization component of the app as it has been described in great detail all over the web and is the main reason someone would be interested in these in the first place. You may or not be impressed by it. The personalized profile will undoubtedly sound better than the generic profile of the test song provided. It sounds to me like the generic version might be deliberately "dumbed-down" in order to make the comparison more dramatic. It's the switch between the generic and customized profile that makes the people in the marketing videos open their eyes wide and smile. I'm a bit surprised that the audio engineers in the marketing videos were so easily impressed. A far better test is to simply listen to your current favorite headphones and then switch to the Nuraphones. I used the pair of Audio Technica ATH-M70X headphones that were sitting on the mixing console. I usually use Grado SR 325's for critical listening, but even the M70xs sounded better and more natural than the Nuraphones. The Nuraphones weren't bad at all. They're pretty good sounding headphones. One function that is touted in the literature is called "immersion". If you're a 17 year old kid with a souped up Subaru with a giant subwoofer, these might be right for you. They literally vibrate when the "Immersion" is turned up full. I don't get what some folks get from a ton of low end, but different strokes for different folks. But for any kind of critical work it would cause you to make terrible mix decisions. Worse than useless. With the Immersion setting set to "off" they seem to have a respectably flat response. I didn't feel the low end was lacking without engaging it, and I never thought it would sound better turned on even a little. I don't mind the feel of in-ear monitors or ear buds, but if you don't like how those feel, you wouldn't like these. They don't fall out like off-the-shelf earbuds often do, but slight pressure on your ear canal opening is always there. It might become annoying over time. The seem very well made, are solid without being too heavy, the packaging is beautiful and they aren't gaudy like Beats or other "HEY! LOOK AT MY EXPENSIVE HEADPHONES" headphones. They block out extraneous noise as well as most noise-canceling headphones, largely due to the earbud sealing up your ear canal. I didn't listen with anyone else in the room, and they turn off as soon as you take them off your hear, so I couldn't tell how much leakage they allow to the outside world. I just kept imagining they must be like the Subaru kid next to me at a stoplight. Overall, I think they are a decent pair of headphones with a novelty hook. The measurement/ customization idea might morph in to something truly unique and useful in future generations, but for these, I think it's more of a gimmick than a really useful feature. Packaging aside (it really is gorgeous!), I found I preferred a pair of headphones that cost half as much as the Nuraphones. I bought them a week ago and returned them today.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Alexa - Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2018
Great sound. Great conversation piece.
I ordered these headphones because let's be honest, they have some pretty interesting features and abilities that you don't see in other headphones. Here's my breakdown: Pros: I think the silicone is super comfortable and the earcups don't bother my head where they go over my glasses which is a big plus for me. I like how much noise they cancel without being "noise-canceling" headphones. I can be watching a different show in the same room as my roommate (who always has things way too loud) without turning my volume up--it's like he's not even there. I like the look of these headphones; very simple and black and not overly large looking for being over-ear. The battery life seems to be pretty good, although I haven't really been keeping track. I've only charged them once and I've owned them for about a month with regular use. You can see how much battery life is left when you connect them to your phone, but there isn't an indicator on the headphones. When they are dying, they will say, "battery low" in your ears. I also really like the bass setting that these have. From what I understand, the outer cup is where the vibrations are generated (which you can adjust to your liking, so the sound doesn't have to feel super bassy like some are saying) giving you a very different experience than other headphones. I don't know how to describe it, but it's a very cool experience. Cons: Occasionally, I will find that they feel uncomfortable, but usually, a quick adjustment solves the problem. They're a little heavy which is the main problem for me since you can feel the weight on the top of your head. I haven't had any issues with the in-ear portion as some reviewers are stating they're uncomfortable. I guess it just depends on your ears, although the "earbuds" are quite squishy and seemingly adjustable. The cost is the real issue for average buyers--these are expensive headphones (and I wouldn't classify them as a well-known brand) which is a big deterrent. They have some cool features/technology which was why I personally bought them, but I'm not an audiophile and I'm not made of money either, so this was a little bit of a bigger commitment than I was comfortable making, but once I tried them, I deemed them worthy of keeping. Overall, I really like these headphones, and they're a conversation piece. I've always wanted some cool, good quality, Bluetooth headphones, and these seem to be just that.