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post #1996 of 7015
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Originally Posted by Headiest View Post

I'm glad there are some car guys on this thread.  Now that I've ordered my Noble Kaiser 10, my next purchase will (hopefully) be an E46 M3 with a competition package.  Stock and manual of course.  I'm convinced this will be a future classic. cool.gif  


I've driven that car, but I liked the e36 m better. That being said, finding one that is in cherry condition would be a challenge

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 #1997 of 7015
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Originally Posted by FullCircle View Post


I've driven that car, but I liked the e36 m better. That being said, finding one that is in cherry condition would be a challenge

 

It seems all fair-priced used M3's are heavily modified or abused.  I've heard great things about E36's, but I've never had the opportunity to drive one.  A few years back I raced a seeming stock E36 with my old chipped 1989 944 Turbo on the highway and got smoked.  I've had a lot of respect for them ever since.

post #1998 of 7015
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I can't believe I forgot about these ^

 

 

I don't mind BMWs but I prefer Hondas!

So will there be a Wizard colour matching service?

post #1999 of 7015
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Originally Posted by Headiest View Post
 

I'm glad there are some car guys on this thread.  Now that I've ordered my Noble Kaiser 10, my next purchase will (hopefully) be an E46 M3 with a competition package.  Stock and manual of course.  I'm convinced this will be a future classic. :cool: 

 

I would consider the E46 M3 to be a classic, although I suppose they are really not that old. The E46 is beautiful.

Brannan Mason

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

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post #2000 of 7015
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You know, I'm trying to write a review of the K10, but it all comes back to food. It's like something that is both healthy and tasty - no guilt, no longing.

Anyway, I'll keep trying and will compare to all of the CIEMs that I have ATM (which is everything but the ES5). This isn't my forte, but I know comparisons and reviews are helpful.
Well start by telling us ehat type of sound you usually prefer and what is your favorite ciem biggrin.gif
post #2001 of 7015
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I would consider the E46 M3 to be a classic, although I suppose they are really not that old. The E46 is beautiful.

 

Totally agree.  There is something raw about its appearance and dynamics that I really enjoy.

post #2002 of 7015
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only the BMW... soon as I saw the blue I thought of the M3.


They had an article on the net that people who own BMW's tend to be the biggest a-hole drivers. I hope wearing these for the owner doesn't change who they are. Assuming they are cool already. :wink_face: 

post #2003 of 7015
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Totally agree.  There is something raw about its appearance and dynamics that I really enjoy.

4 pipes out the back massive rear end stance. Great looks

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 #2004 of 7015
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They had an article on the net that people who own BMW's tend to be the biggest a-hole drivers. I hope wearing these for the owner doesn't change who they are. Assuming they are cool already. wink_face.gif  

I don't even have a car now, but I will soon have a bicycle, I'm moving up in this world.biggrin.gif

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 #2005 of 7015
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I don't even have a car now, but I will soon have a bicycle, I'm moving up in this world.biggrin.gif


You are not destroying the world with pollution, you are better than most of us. :beerchug:

post #2006 of 7015
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You are not destroying the world with pollution, you are better than most of us. beerchug.gif

He's polluting our ears with the amazing IEMs he makes though. Make more plzx
post #2007 of 7015
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Originally Posted by VisceriousZERO View Post


He's polluting our ears with the amazing IEMs he makes though. Make more plzx


Who is this OUR stuff.. :bigsmile_face: 

post #2008 of 7015
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Originally Posted by Watagump View Post
 


Who is this OUR stuff.. :bigsmile_face: 

 

well young Charley Macaulay is a part of Noble stuff... enjoy.

 

https://soundcloud.com/acidjazzrecs/charley-macaulay-no-good

 

http://www.charleymacaulay.com/

 

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Edited by OK-Guy - 2/11/14 at 1:40am
post #2009 of 7015

Hey Wiz or anyone with Noble. I have a question about the woods you use. What size in general are the pieces of wood you start with? Are they thin like veneer thin, or do you actually have to trim them in many ways? This is in case I wanted to buy something down the road for new face plates.

post #2010 of 7015
Is anyone able to compare the k10 to the Westone 4? I'm waiting on my k10 atm and using a W4. I find them to be a little too dark with the foam tips, with terrible treble extension, while I find them to to be too tinny and lacking in bass with the other (plastic/rubbery) tips.
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