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Im chillin with the FR in F mode, much respect to the Boss, and to Mumford and Sons

 

Dr. John Moulton

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

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Just got my 8c in the mail. They sound as good as advertised, but I've got a question about the fit. I've had other CIEMs before, and they always sit flush in my ears. The 8c fits a bit weird. The bottom goes in perfectly, but the top sticks out quite a bit. Looking at the shell, it seems like the top part is thicker than most other nobles posted here. Also, I've been looking at older fit pics and I didn't see anyone with my problem. I've attached a few pictures, what do you guys think?




post #3468 of 7491

8 Driver CIEMs are usually a good deal thicker than 4 Driver, or even 6 Driver. My JH16's sit out a bit as well. I wouldn't worry. In addition, your ear might be smaller than average - so they have to fit the BA's somewhere.


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I'm dying on my wait here, sent my K10 impressions for shipping a month and 2 days ago heh. Would be totally awesome if the procedure's status has stage updates like shipping, I'll be checking them everyday like an addict. That said, how's mine coming? ;)

 

Oh btw, my question on the connector bend from the CIEM side. Can we opt out of the plastic wiring? It's probably a bad fit for spectacles. And an option for a right angle bend like Sorensiim's would be:

 

10/10.

 

On the bright side, the reason I went for the K10 was that I lost my SM3. And...I found them, a month later. In a pocket of one of my shorts, which..went through the washer. The SM3 is one awesome hardy IEM, that I can't wait to replace with the K10!

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I'm dying on my wait here, sent my K10 impressions for shipping a month and 2 days ago heh. Would be totally awesome if the procedure's status has stage updates like shipping, I'll be checking them everyday like an addict. That said, how's mine coming? wink.gif

Oh btw, my question on the connector bend from the CIEM side. Can we opt out of the plastic wiring? It's probably a bad fit for spectacles. And an option for a right angle bend like Sorensiim's would be:

10/10.

On the bright side, the reason I went for the K10 was that I lost my SM3. And...I found them, a month later. In a pocket of one of my shorts, which..went through the washer. The SM3 is one awesome hardy IEM, that I can't wait to replace with the K10!
I just got mine and they took the full 6 weeks to make them so if I were you is be expecting the same. You're still a couple weeks off. You'll get the pictures sent to your email when they're done smily_headphones1.gif
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I just got mine and they took the full 6 weeks to make them so if I were you is be expecting the same. You're still a couple weeks off. You'll get the pictures sent to your email when they're done smily_headphones1.gif

I bet people over on the "other" thread would all be ecstatic if they got their CIEM's in 6 weeks. ;)

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I bet people over on the "other" thread would all be ecstatic if they got their CIEM's in 6 weeks. wink.gif
No doubt! 6 weeks for customs is reasonable. Especially with the crazy designs.
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They would be happy, if they just fit!!
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Is that a wood faceplate and what looks like a whale print? Also iem neglect in the background? :eek: 

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A new set of K10 demo units headed for the US. These will be making their public debut at the EGX at AXPONA in Chicago next week.

Also, for those who are interested, we will have a limited number of Chord Hugos available for immediate purchase at 10% off retail price at the show.

 

 


Edited by bangkokkid - 4/15/14 at 7:03pm

Brannan Mason

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A new set of K10 demo units headed for the US. These will be making their public debut at the EGX at AXPONA in Chicago next week.

Also, for those who are interested, we will have a limited number of Chord Hugos available for immediate purchase at 10% off retail price at the show.

 

 

 

 

Just send them to me, I will be the first to write a review of the K10's. If I don't like them, I promise to send them back. :wink_face:

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A new set of K10 demo units headed for the US. These will be making their public debut at the EGX at AXPONA in Chicago next week.

Also, for those who are interested, we will have a limited number of Chord Hugos available for immediate purchase at 10% off retail price at the show.





That's a Damm fine deal..
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That's a Damm fine deal..

 

I think so! Not only do folks get to walk away with a product that is sold out everywhere, but they save a little bit too.

Brannan Mason

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

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nice t-shirts Boss, regards to Joy... :regular_smile :

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