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Which cable is that on the (K10?) customs?
All this talk about DD vs BA bass... I spent my Friday night in the company of the very best bass: Live!
   I'm working on getting my hands (And ears) on a loaner set of Tralucent 1.2.2 to throw in the mix when comparing the K10/Katana/K10E. Really really curious to see hear how far TOTL dynamic drivers have come since my last adventure with a hybrid!
I'm fortunate enough to have the K10 (custom) as well as the Katana (universal). The K10 has been my trusted companion for 3 years and we've been through a lot together. They are the standard against which all other headphones have been measured and (to my ears) fallen short. But then I got the Katana 2 short months ago... It was a breath of fresh air. It's still undeniably a Noble, but more refined and with an amazing sense of clarity. No bass boost, but they sure go...
Me too - I have the OG K10 and the Katana, awaiting the K10E custom.Waiting is unbearable. Can't imagine how bad it would be if I didn't have the others to hold me over
I'm particularly fond of this one on the Savant
I've found all Noble IEMs to work well with sub par sources, but scale extremely well as you upgrade the rest of the audio chain. I don't think I've heard the full potential of the Katana & K10 yet, but... Well, see my signature.
I don't own the K10UA, but the custom version instead.The K10 is like your favourite drink, be it single malt scotch, vodka on the rocks or in my case, Pepsi Max (don't judge me!). It's there for you, it goes well with everything and you love the flavour. In that context, the Katana is a nice, ice cold glass of spring water. It's crystal clear, it's refreshing and it doesn't get in the way of any other flavours.Where the K10 has warmer tuning and some extra grunt down low,...
  I'm falling more and more in love with the Katana. The effortless performance, the seemingly unlimited resolution and the way they somehow manage to stay musical through it all. I have previously commented on how surprisingly well they behave with lossy files and less than optimal devices (as in Spotify straight from my phone on the bus to work), but feed them quality and ye gods you will be rewarded. I'm a pretty big fan of Rammstein and own all their albums (and...
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