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post #16 of 23

in my experience there are 2 routes : the one i took and the one that i think i should have taken..

 

the one i took :- shure se 535 (preferably ltd-j if you are in asia) for all around sound especially the mids.. gives the whole picture but not an expert in either bass or treble...very suitable for ipod listening with its high sensitivity.

 

the dba-02/brainwavz b2/gh-erc-dms for some of the better performers with great value, treble oriented with some excellent imaging... not far off from top-tier iems

 

one i should have taken :

re-272 for critical listening..

mdr ex-1000 all rounder 

post #17 of 23

personally i think for neutral (either the re400 or the gr07 mk2) i own the be still think its fairly neutral though

 

deep bassy thick sound- monster turbines

 

 

v shape- jvc fxd 80

post #18 of 23

Noble FR

 

The worlds first 2 in one IEM

 

"F" configuration = Full Range

"R" configuration = reference

 

http://www.head-fi.org/products/noble-audio-fr/reviews/10848

 

Dr. John Moulton

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

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post #19 of 23

I dont think its worlds first. There are few CIEM companies who did it before.
 

post #20 of 23

Hifiman RE-272 for 250$ was a great choice and  one hell of a terrific analytical IEM

I wanna try the Noble N4 as a potential upgrade but this will happen once my 272 die - i am very very pleased with them - besides the n4 costs twice as much and i don't expect it to be 200% better
 


Edited by proedros - 5/1/14 at 11:30am
post #21 of 23
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Originally Posted by MuZo2 View Post
 

I dont think its worlds first. There are few CIEM companies who did it before.
 

 

Nah....

 

The other products on the market "adjust" via x-over changes through a switch.   Noble isn't running the signal to the same x-over network and simply selecting a different capacitor/resistor via an A/B switch

 

Noble is switching the input signal to

 

1) X- Network "A" and driver (s) A

2  X-Network "B" and driver (s) B

 

It is trully two products within one housing.  The drivers that corespond with x-over network A are not shared in conjunction with network B....  they are totally independent.

 

The only thing they share in common is the "source" and the housing.


Edited by FullCircle - 5/1/14 at 6:52am

Dr. John Moulton

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

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post #22 of 23

After tons of reasearch here and everywhere else, I decided and bought these 3..now Im set for Life...

 

In Ear SD3         - Bass (EDM)

Rhapsodio RTi1  - Neutral/Analytical (Vocals, Classical and Acoustics)

1plus2               - Fun (Everything Else)

post #23 of 23
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Originally Posted by FullCircle View Post

 


 

Nah....


 

The other products on the market "adjust" via x-over changes through a switch.   Noble isn't running the signal to the same x-over network and simply selecting a different capacitor/resistor via an A/B switch


 

Noble is switching the input signal to


 

1) X- Network "A" and driver (s) A

2  X-Network "B" and driver (s) B


 

It is trully two products within one housing.  The drivers that corespond with x-over network A are not shared in conjunction with network B....  they are totally independent.


 

The only thing they share in common is the "source" and the housing.


Thats cools. Nice to know. Would like to see in transparent shell.

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