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Every day I go to nobleaudio.com, click products, and drag my mouse over the box titled universal and as my excitement builds... and am met with disappointment. Where's my immediate gratification?
post #152 of 4927
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Originally Posted by kernel8888 View Post

Every day I go to nobleaudio.com, click products, and drag my mouse over the box titled universal and as my excitement builds... and am met with disappointment. Where's my immediate gratification?

 

Coming soon. :normal_smile : 


Edited by bangkokkid - 11/1/13 at 8:01pm

Brannan Mason

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

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post #153 of 4927
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Originally Posted by kernel8888 View Post

Every day I go to nobleaudio.com, click products, and drag my mouse over the box titled universal and as my excitement builds... and am met with disappointment. Where's my immediate gratification?
yep
post #154 of 4927

don't worry i blame my impatience, not noble audio. All in good time! :) 

post #155 of 4927

waiting for more impressions from the meeting  :L3000:

post #156 of 4927
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waiting for more impressions from the meeting  L3000.gif
I hope everyone who goes to the meet has a good time. I was not able to meet Brannan and compare my K10 to the universals, but he did send them to me and I am enjoying them at 30,000 feet right now. Still playing with fit but the immediate discomfort of the original build seems to not be there. Being my first custom and first acrylic I can say that Wizard's charts are right and that these do isolate differently from foam tipped universals. Not better or worse just different.
I won't give any impressions from the plane since this is hardly an ideal listening environment. That being said I have a big ole grin on my face....
post #157 of 4927
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waiting for more impressions from the meeting  :L3000:

 

Had a great time at the meet and lots of people stopped by to listen to the demos. I made a point of asking folks to get on Head-Fi to share their thoughts/impressions, so hopefully they do!

Brannan Mason

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

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post #158 of 4927

I just wanted to thank Brannan for coming to the meet. It was great to finally hear the almighty K10...

 

Impressions? (I already got mine done and they were sent to Noble a few weeks ago. :D)

 

OK, since it seems we have to have full disclosure here on Head-Fi: I am getting a pair of K10's and I do take photos for Noble. So I guess I am biased. And then now you're going to hear a glowing review.

Warning: Biased review ahead: (Click to show)

When I listened to the universal/demo version of the K10 today on my AK120, I was thinking about Head-Fi and what I was going to say about them. Then I thought to myself, "No one is going to believe anything I say unless I say something negative, especially since people assume I am biased anyway."

 

 

Well, that ain't gonna happen!

 

Once I got the right size Comply tips on the K10 demos, all I can say is WOW! I couldn't find any area of the sound that wasn't "just right". It's funny when you buy the gear that you love and listen to every day. You think it's amazing since that's why you bought it. It can be dangerous to listen to other gear. I listen to my Heir 8.A's all the time and I didn't think it could get any better. Well it can. It can get a LOT better.

What else can I say: Tons of detail. I love detailed sound. That's why I have Stax 009's, HD800's, Ety ER4S. The K10's were all that. Then you hear the low end and it's hard to believe how good that is too. LOTS of bass, but tight, controlled, etc. 

 

I don't know how John did it, but these things are a big step up in sound quality from anything I have heard before. Congratulations!

 

So, I thought again about Head-Fi and I don't know what's going to happen when more people hear the demo K10's and just keep saying how good they are. I can't imagine anything else.

 

But, I am biased, so let's see what happens.

 

I can't wait to get mine!

 

-Darin

post #159 of 4927

wow, another extremely positive feedback for the king

It's just been about two weeks since I ordered, but it's seem two years for me now

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:D

post #161 of 4927
Really want to hear these demos!
post #162 of 4927
I've just ordered the 8c — with rush order. So I should have them more or less in 3 weeks I think.
I'll try to post my impressions, but don't know if I'll have the time to make a complete review — not in the coming weeks I think. But when I have them, I'll answer any questions...
post #163 of 4927
G44

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 #164 of 4927
How about my order, John?tongue_smile.gif
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Checked with the team, I think u r 3 weeks in now?
Edited by FullCircle - 11/5/13 at 5:13pm

Dr. John Moulton

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

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