Optoma have launched what they call “the first affordable 4K UHD projector” which is capable of throwing the full 8.3M pixels 4K needs. The Optoma UHD550X uses the latest Texas Instruments’ XPR technology to squeeze a higher output from the 4M pixel chip. With a lot of engineering behind the whole process to make sure ..
A short while ago DavePlays.co.uk reviewed the very awesome NuForce NE800M in-ear headphones. Today, they have unveiled the NuForce BE6i wireless Bluetooth in-ear headphones for those that require something a bit less restrictive. They are IPX5 certified which means that they should be able to handle all but the worst conditions. They look like a ..
A short while ago I reviewed the Optoma uDAC3 headphone amp. Today Optoma has released the new and improved uDAC5 (seemingly jumping over number 4?). It retains the minuscule size of the uDAC3 but has improved audio potential, greater power and performance due to its improved new innards. Find out more over at http://www.optomaeurope.com/soundproduct/uDAC5 Press Release: ..
Optoma are a maker of many products, primarily projection products, but they also have a solid line up of audio related items. A while ago I reviewed the Optoma uDAC-3 which received a silver award. Today I am taking a look at a set of their NuForce in-ear headphones, the NE800M. Made from Carbon Fibre ..
Optoma are a brand that many will have heard of before. Primarily known for their vast range of projectors available for pretty much every use under the sun. They also have a finger in various audio products that span headphones, DACs and amps. Today I am taking a look at one of their portable DAC’s (Digital Analogue ..