|Special Features||Wireless, Lightweight, Noise-cancellation|
|Headphones Form Factor||In Ear|
|Battery cell composition||Lithium|
|Cable Feature||Without Cable|
|Connector Type||Wireless, Wired|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Product Dimensions||11.2 x 11.2 x 7.2 cm; 220 Grams|
|Item Weight||220 g|
|Item Model Number||NUR02-000|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||17 June 2020|
NuraLoop - Wireless bluetooth earbuds with personalised sound, active noise cancellation, 16+ hours battery, crystal clear voice calls, immersive bass, and wired and wireless connection
|Connector Type||Wireless, Wired|
|Form factor||In Ear|
|Noise control||Sound Isolation|
About this item
- Nura Personalised Sound – Automatically learns and adapts to your hearing.
- All-Day Battery – 16+ hours wireless listening. 10 minutes charge = 2 hours playback.
- Active Noise Cancellation – Block out everything but your music.
- Wireless and Wired – Connect to Bluetooth 5 with aptXTM HD, or to the magnetically-connected analog cable for listening in the air or as in-ear monitors for live performance.
- Immersive Bass - Set your level of immersion in the Nura App and experience exceptional bass without losing clarity.
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Put on the NuraLoop for the first time and it automatically learns how you hear. Then press play and it adapts the sound to match you hearing, bringing you closer to the music you love. Simple as that.
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The Nuraloop earphones are certainly modern and stylish tech with a great customised sound but it's the reliability & usability is where it failed
My pair sounded great after I had to google how to set them up as there were no helpful instructions
I downloaded the app as instructed but then it just said go to a quiet room & that it would only take a couple of minutes but the picture of Nuraloop earphones on your phone app spins but that's all after a few minutes nothing happens
I tried a couple of times to be sure then googled help
They neglected to mention for first time users that you need to charge your new earphones & didn't tell you how
Also there are no obvious buttons & they don't tell you how to turn it on either, both of which are needed before setup
Once I got past all of this it sounded promising with great sound but I quickly found the super sensitive controls very annoying as every time I touched the earphones to adjust the fit they would pause, play,skip or perform some other function that I didn't want & sometimes didn't even know
My Nuraloop earphones from the start for some reason wouldn't connect for phone calls which was very frustrating & even more annoying was that in less than a week they stopped working altogether
They wouldn't turn on & nothing happened when you tried to charge them
For Earphones with great sound & such potential it was a very disappointing & frustrating experience
The downside to these is the design. The connecting cable produces a horrific amount of cable-noise to the point where any collars make the nuraloops super annoying to listen to. The charger is a proprietary connector, which is inconvenient in today's world.
They're pretty good for running, as you get used to rustling of the cable, and it is sweat/water resistant. The ANC is solid and will block out most outside noise combined with the passive noise isolation of the buds. The social/ambient mode is passable, making voices sound robotic and unnatural.
If you're connecting to a Bluetooth watch for music, the sound profile saves to the loops, meaning you don't lose out on sound quality. This was a welcome feature 👌
In the end, it depends what you want to use these for. If you want killer audio for casual listening around the house, and maybe go out running, these will do the trick. If you want the convenience of true wireless, stay away as you'll be disappointed. There's a lot to like about these, but in the end if you want Nura's tech in TW buds, spend the extra money on the NuraTrue.
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Firstly they where faulty. The touch controls on the right ear bud did not work at all, even after a reset. Also I could detect no sign of noise cancellation at any point, either it was faulty on my set or its just crap noise cancelling.
Secondly I though that the neutral profile sounded better than my supposed personalised one during set up and after with my own music neither sounded that good. The difference between neutral and my profile wasn't all that distinct, I could hear what the eq was doing it made things sound a bit smoother but not really any better. The volume needed to be very loud for it to sound decent. Anything bellow 80percent volume the music sounded muddy. I found the sound muffled over all, and thought that the separation and clarity was not at all as good as it had been advertised, it was bad in fact. The immersion slider made the muffled feeling far worse. I take music listening and sound quality pretty seriously and these didn't sound near as good as my previous corded headphones at less than a third of the price. My feeling is that these are probably not for budget audiophiles like me despite the marketing to the contrary. I tried the hearing test set up a few times and got the same disappointing results. They don't sound awful but with all the advertising and reviews the let down was fairly large.
Thirdly the fit. I tried all the ear tip sizes and could get a good seal quite easily the hooks over the ears work well. However after ten minuets with them in my ears started to ache badly. I wear headphones all day for work and these would just not be comfortable enough. My ears continued to ache even after I took them out.
Hopefully my experience is an anomaly as I so wanted these to be good. Hopefully they won't be tricky about issuing the refund.
Right ear bud had distortion, returned.
1. Right button would occasionally start beeping for around 30 seconds causing the track to play then pause then play .... Like I was pressing the button.
2. Can’t get any where near the 16+ hours. 9 hours max.
3. While listening to music the Nuraloops restarted then continued to restart several times. Managed to power them down but now won’t reconnect. Crackling sound now coming through the ear phones. Battery was at 100%. Now totally unusable.
Extremely dissapointed with all the issues because I absolutely love the sound these produce. The sound is rich and immersive, just brings your music alive. Much better than the Sony XM3 or Sennheiser Momentum 2 to my ears.
It’s Prime day and decided to give these another try due to the exceptional sound quality. This will be my 3rd pair. I will update this review based on my findings. Hopefully there will be no issues.
3rd pair just failed. The loops rebooted while out on a walk and now won't connect, crackling and buzzing sound in the background. Tried to hard reset as recommended by Nuraloop, made no difference. Same fault again!
There is obviously a design fault or poor quality control with Nuraloop. While I absolutely love the sound, fit and controls the reliability is totally unacceptable.
Avoid and wait for Nuraloop 2!
Having had iPod Pros with crackles and pops and average sound I was looking for some wireless in ears with excellent sound, anc and comfort. These tick all the boxes for me. The sound is stunning and the ability to switch to wired is very useful indeed. The magnetic audio lead and charging lead in the box have worked perfectly and are stable in use.
Having tried many many earphones over the years these hit the sweet spot for me. If you want a quality pair of earphones go for these without hesitation.
Der NuraLoop hat zwar noch ein Kabel, das beide Seiten verbindet, aber er spielt in einer ähnlichen Preisklasse. Der sitz in meinen Ohren war dicht und nicht unangenehm aber auch nicht sehr fest trotz des Ohrbügels. Hält man den Kopf ruhig geht das sehr gut aber beim Sport würde es für mich problematisch und ich müsste wahrscheinlich häufiger nachdrücken.
Die Bedienung über die Touch-Felder funktioniert sehr gut. Man kann in der Mitte „drücken“ für Funktionen wie Start/Pause oder über den Rand streichen für z.B. die Lautstärke. Alle Funktionen sind frei definierbar.
Das erste Einrichten mit der App ging leicht von der Hand. Jedoch musste ich mein persönliches Profil, zweimal erstellen bis ich das Ergebnis zufriedenstellend fand. Dabei spielt der Kopfhörer Töne ab und misst Reflektionen aus dem Ohr, um die Kopfhörer individuell anzupassen. Das Verfahren verspricht ein, auf jeden Menschen angepasstes Klangerlebnis.
Vor der Anpassung hat der Kopfhörer ein unterdurchschnittliches Klangbild. Alles klingt recht dumpf und flach wie aus einem 5 Euro Kopfhörer. Mit der Anpassung wird das Hörerlebnis bedeutend besser. Die Musik wird brutal neutral wiedergegeben, so wie man es sich von guten Kopfhörern eigentlich wünscht. Man hört teilweise Details, die bei anderen Kopfhörern untergehen.
Dabei werden die einzelnen Frequenzen gut umgesetzt. Der Bass ist sauber, aber nicht druckvoll. Die Mitten sind linear. Die Höhen linear, aber etwas dünn.
So weit, so gut. Trotz der Anpassung entsteht leider kein gefälliges Hörerlebnis. Das liegt für mich zum einen an der fehlenden Bühne. Da es sich um ein geschlossenes System handelt, spielen alle Instrumente zwischen den Ohren mitten im Kopf. Das entspricht nicht der Leistung anderer Kopfhörer in dieser Preisklasse.
Zum anderen ist die Linearität eher ermüdend als angenehm.
Insgesamt finde ich die Kopfhörer zu teuer für das was sie bieten aber die Technik ist faszinierend! Kombiniert mit besseren Lautsprechern von Bose oder Sennheiser könnte da ein tolles Produkt draus werden. Noch ist es aber nicht so weit.