Thanks! Thanks! I am so happy now!
Sound wise, or should I say music wise I don't think there are any better IEM's or CIEM's out there for me.
What design did you go for?
What design are you thinking about?
I remember really really struggling with my local audiologist to get impressions that were deep enough because of my ears. Have not heard from Noble by e-mail about if the impressions I've sent in will work, but it is really reassuring to see them go the extra mile.
Part of the reason for going with Noble has been their dedication to staying connected with customers and fans. It won me over by leaps and bounds.
There's a small portion of your order form which you can use to make requests for the Wizard design. Their design options are there in plenty which can make it attractive to design something using the available options, but I wanted to have an IEM artisan have final control over the product. Something to be said about the ratio of drool on my desk to wizard designs I see on their facebook steered me into spending the extra $$$
I am hoping to receive a similar email this week! :-D
I've been going this way for a few years now - as a remote working software dev, I must have racked up at least a couple thousand hours in a few dozen cafes I've frequented, mostly around San Diego and NYC.
Simple rule of thumb - I always ask someone to watch my stuff whenever I have to take a bathroom break or step outside for a call. Usually the cutest girl sitting within close proximity ;)
I started doing this btw with some Ultrasone Edition 8s... now those I had real fear of walking off. I suggest starting this exercise with some Beat Solos (the Ford F-250 of the headphone world methinks) and progress from there.