“Overview Unlike most companies, Noble choose to not overwhelm buyers with piles of specifications, preferring instead to accurately describe the sound and allow the decision to be about subjective choices which are far more relevant to the purely personal experience of enjoying music. While specifications can help make decisions sometimes they can also influence our decisions in ways that...” --Loquah
“ At the time this review was written, the Noble Katana Universal was listed for sale on Noble Audio’s website. Here is a link to their listing of the product: https://nobleaudio.com/en/shop/universal/ Introduction The greatest thing about this hobby is that the art of manufacturing great sounding earphones continues to evolve. From the top of the line multi-driver...” --Hisoundfi
“ I would like to Thank Noble Audio for providing me with a review sample of K10UA in exchange for my honest opinion. Manufacturer website: http://nobleaudio.com/en/shop/universal/ * click on images to expand. I would like to start this K10UA review with a quote from my Noble Savant write up posted a few months ago: “I’m pretty sure I’m gonna eat my words if I get a...” --twister6
“Disclaimer The FR is a review sample sent from Noble Audio. The reviewer was compensated in the form of a ridiculously cool and form-fitting Noble Audio shirt. Introduction Despite humans having only a single pair of ears, many an audio enthusiast reading this review likely has more than one pair of headphones or IEMs. I myself am guilty of this. If pressed by family and...” --HideousPride
“Intro: The Noble PR is one of Noble's newest set of universal IEMs, which have a cool feature that allows for you to switch between two "modes". The PR is the reference model of the new line up, the P stands for Pure, meaning it is the ultimate reference sound. "Transparent, detailed, precise. Transparency and precision are all that matters here." The R is another reference mode however it is...” --shiorisekine
“ As I sit here in the cubicle of my nine-to-five anxiously awaiting payday, I’m happily rockin’ a review unit of Noble Audio’s Trident—the $399 “entry-level” in-ear monitor (IEM) in the Santa Barbara, Calif.-based company’s new Classic universal line—and wondering how much of that paycheck I’ll actually end up holding onto. For a few weeks now, I’ve been enjoying what Noble...” --SoundApprentice
Sage follows the footsteps of the Savant and features proprietary Noble drivers that result in a more refined and capable sound. Reconfiguration of a vented port on the bass driver delivers increased low-end extension with more texture with a slight lift in overall bass response. Unique one-off design 2 proprietary balanced armature drivers per side Sensitive enough for use with smartphones...
“Nothing much to add that has not been said about this wonderful IEM. Just wanted to add a few lines. Pros: 1) Great sound. Wonderful mids, best mids I have had and very spacious. Works well with every genre and extremely coherent. 2) Great handiwork, very well finished product. 3) Very easy to drive and sounds good even from poor sources. Cons: (Expensive like most...” --Docterror