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Just remember to take some Rohypnol along with you - you won't feel a thing  ph34r.gif  
No need, Brannan, said he would provide, beer&chips while I waited .
post #3617 of 24469
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Originally Posted by HideousPride View Post

Kh, if you're in the Dallas area of Texas, there's a fantastic audiologist who owns CIEMs herself over in Flower Mound. Used her 3x so far and she's been flawless and extremely helpful.
Yeah, I'm there all the time. I might take you up on that .
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I am not sure if this has been done or discussed etc. But at these meets, gatherings, events etc, is there ever anyone there qualified to do impressions? Might be worth trying if it hasn't been done.

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Yes, some CIEM vendors do offer this service to customers, at events.

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Originally Posted by kh600rr View Post


Dude you ain't the only one, Brannan,E mailed me last night, said my impressions looked like they were done by a 6 year old, jacked up on Mountain Dew, using play Dough..

 

I don't mean to be amused by your misfortune, but that has to be the funniest ever description of a botched ear impression.

 

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3) A physician, in any field....   a proctologist....  

 

 

Okay, mental note to myself...... NEVER going there for impressions.

post #3621 of 24469
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Originally Posted by FullCircle View Post

There is another Statement in regards to a launch of a 2 driver IEM, "We lead the other follow" (English mistakes maintained)

Seriously, a two driver "leading the industry," a time machine would be required as well to make that possible rolleyes.gif

Sounds they rather bought one of Steve Jobs’ used reality distortion devices he used for his product presentations.
post #3622 of 24469

To Noble and company,

 

Are there any plans for the Switch models to be available in a custom form, and which one sounds closest to the Tzar 90, if at all?

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Originally Posted by alpha421 View Post
 

To Noble and company,

 

Are there any plans for the Switch models to be available in a custom form, and which one sounds closest to the Tzar 90, if at all?

 

Hello Alpha421

 

The switch concept is sold in CIEM format as follows:

 

 

The Switch is an "option" for the CIEMs. The option is called "R" (for reference)  and the CIEM models 3c, 4c, & 5c can carry the option.

 

What would happen is, if someone was to purchase the 3c-r

 

they would purchase a 3C and select the "R" option (an additional $275)

 

The switch is added to the CIEM, along with a reference driver, thus a 3C really houses 4 drivers per side.

 

 

But as far as the PR and FR, those are only offered in IEM format.

 

 

Tzar 90....   no comment

The Wizard

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

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post #3624 of 24469
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Originally Posted by FullCircle View Post

 

Tzar 90....   no comment

 

sorry to be pedantic  here Boss but the actual saying is 'no FT, no comment'... the other bit is not original. :wink_face: 

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sorry to be pedantic  here Boss but the actual saying is 'no FT, no comment'... the other bit is not original. :wink_face: 

 

Sorry, I don't compute....   but what I said, stands

The Wizard

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

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post #3626 of 24469
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Sorry, I don't compute....   but what I said, stands

 

I was being flippant Wizard, your ironically-challenged spell wore off... it was a big saying in England way back & is still used by us ancients, basically it means that if you don't read the Financial Times you have no comment... (I'm trying to dig myself out of a hole here).

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Originally Posted by bangkokkid View Post

No, I am not an audiologist. That being said, I can take earmold impressions and I know what we need to do our job.
At least you know what you're doing and what's needed for a good impression, I wasn't trying to be disrespectful or anything, was genuinely curious.

BTW will the N3 be getting a wizard facelift? Thinking I might get a pair for when I'm out and leave the K10 at home, but I also want to show my K10 to people too. So not sure what to do.....
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At least you know what you're doing and what's needed for a good impression, I wasn't trying to be disrespectful or anything, was genuinely curious.

BTW will the N3 be getting a wizard facelift? Thinking I might get a pair for when I'm out and leave the K10 at home, but I also want to show my K10 to people too. So not sure what to do.....

No worries, didn't think you were being disrespectful.

We might do some Wizard N3s for Lot 3.

Brannan Mason

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

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Hey Noble Peeps, on the K10, how, and where are left & right sides marked? Is it fairly easy to tell? On my IE-800's, it's really tiny. Pain in the butt.
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Originally Posted by kh600rr View Post

Hey Noble Peeps, on the K10, how, and where are left & right sides marked? Is it fairly easy to tell? On my IE-800's, it's really tiny. Pain in the butt.

 

 

The writing on them should be in red and blue, also, they will only fit one ear. :wink_face:

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