Optoma NuForce BE Free5 review

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  • Optoma NuForce BE Free5
  • Optoma NuForce BE Free5
  • Optoma NuForce BE Free5
  • Optoma NuForce BE Free5
  • Optoma NuForce BE Free5
  • Optoma NuForce BE Free5
  • Optoma NuForce BE Free5
  • Optoma NuForce BE Free5

Specs / Features


Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling Yes
Specification
Warranty (Months) 12 months
Release date May 29, 2018
Size
Weight N/A

Critic Reviews


Android Headlines

Combine quality with a price that’s hard to beat

from Android Headlines

The BE Free5 offer complete freedom from wires, a decent sound overall, the option to keep the battery topped up when away from home, and a comfortable in-ear fit. All for under $100.

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The BE Free5 offer complete freedom from wires, a decent sound overall, the option to keep the battery topped up when away from home, and a comfortable in-ear fit. All for under $100.

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TrustedReviews

True wireless earphones spoilt by poor Bluetooth reliability

from TrustedReviews

The Optoma NuForce BE Free5 have unusually good battery life and solid, well-defined sound. However, all their positives are trampled by the poor connectivity.

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The Optoma NuForce BE Free5 have unusually good battery life and solid, well-defined sound. However, all their positives are trampled by the poor connectivity.

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Digital Trends

Cut the price, keep the good sound

from Digital Trends

What Optoma has done is put together a pair that competes with more expensive models. They are better designed than many competitors, leave fewer fingerprints, and don’t skimp out too much on the points that matter. However, the same caveats do apply. Find the right fit and seal, and the audio...More

What Optoma has done is put together a pair that competes with more expensive models. They are better designed than many competitors, leave fewer fingerprints, and don’t skimp out too much on the points that matter. However, the same caveats do apply. Find the right fit and seal, and the audio quality rewards you with pretty balanced and decent sound that’s free of all wires.

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The Gadgeteer

Buyers should give them a try

from The Gadgeteer

The Optoma BE Free5 wireless earbuds are quite promising, and with a few adjustments could be one of the better earbuds that I have tested. I know that each person is different and that the things that I find as both positive and negative may not be the same for others. I do like how they sound,...More

The Optoma BE Free5 wireless earbuds are quite promising, and with a few adjustments could be one of the better earbuds that I have tested. I know that each person is different and that the things that I find as both positive and negative may not be the same for others. I do like how they sound, and I love that they are completely wireless and fit my ears nicely, with the included options for comfort. I will continue to use them and likely submit an update in the weeks or months to come.

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Android Guys

Refined and lower in price

from Android Guys

The BE Free5 isn’t a perfect true wireless earbud (then again, none of today’s are). However, we have to keep reminding ourselves that this is a $99 offering. It’s not just that but the Free5 make a couple worthy improvements from the more expensive Free8, such as its more premium charging case and remedied Bluetooth signal stability.

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The BE Free5 isn’t a perfect true wireless earbud (then again, none of today’s are). However, we have to keep reminding ourselves that this is a $99 offering. It’s not just that but the Free5 make a couple worthy improvements from the more expensive Free8, such as its more premium charging case and remedied Bluetooth signal stability.

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TechRadar

Great entry-level truly wireless earphones with a couple of issues

from TechRadar

The Optoma NuForce BE Free5 earbuds are one of the cheapest ways to get into truly wireless earphones. They look and sound great, but there are a few nagging quirks that keep us from recommending them wholeheartedly. Wireless strength was an issue for us, with the left earbud dropping in and out...More

The Optoma NuForce BE Free5 earbuds are one of the cheapest ways to get into truly wireless earphones. They look and sound great, but there are a few nagging quirks that keep us from recommending them wholeheartedly. Wireless strength was an issue for us, with the left earbud dropping in and out from time to time. Additionally, the buttons and controls make for a frustrating experience.

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