Optoma, a world leading manufacturer of video and audio products, today has announced an expanded distribution footprint for its NuForce line of audio products. Its award-winning earphone and headphones, known for delivering audiophile quality at the fraction of the cost of competitors, now has broad online retail distribution through Best Buy, Walmart, Fry’s Home Electronics, Groupon, The Home Depot, B&H Photo and QVC - and in-store distribution at select Fry’s and B&H Photo stores.
From high resolution studio-quality in-ear monitors, to affordable sweat-proof wireless earphones, NuForce are designed by and for those who are passionate about audio. Built from premium, quality components with sleek designs, they allow users to experience music as it was intended, whether at the gym, in their home, on the trails or on their commute. The company also continues to be available through Amazon.com, Newegg.com and other resellers.
“The interest in NuForce audio products continues to build – filling a need for affordable, durable products that deliver quality audio,” said Jyri Jokirinta, senior manager of NuForce audio at Optoma Technology. “While we’ve been primarily invested in delivering the best products to consumers, we now are also focused on ensuring they’re available anywhere our customers are. Established retailers like Best Buy, Walmart and Fry’s are a great fit for us, reaching consumers across a broad range of audio preferences and needs.”