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I'll be back...      on Wednesday.

 

Happy Easter you Noble people... :regular_smile :

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Hotness, I was almost going to PM you to make a blue pair.


Well if you want them let Brannan know ASAP. These should be in route to Ca tomm0row.

 


Edited by FullCircle - 4/20/14 at 5:30am

Dr. John Moulton

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post #3648 of 5525
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Hotness, I was almost going to PM you to make a blue pair.

 

 

 

John, I think your luck's in - I bet he doesn't call just anyone 'Hotness' 

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John, I think your luck's in - I bet he doesn't call just anyone 'Hotness' 
Someone's got a crush..
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Well if you want them let Brannan know ASAP. These should be in route to Ca tomm0row.

 

 

 

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Is this optional? :D

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Here's an alternative take on a 'Noble nebula' design (like yours, this isn't real, either - I Photoshopped it). These are conceived as a full-colour printed artwork design, rather than a manually-created-swirls design:

 

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Is this optional? :D

 

It was 'just-for-fun' :wink_face: 

 

AFAIK, JM doesn't offer printed artwork options, and that Photoshopped artwork wouldn't work in the laser-engraved format that JM does offer.

 

I rather like it, though; even if I do say so myself.

 

...but I also really like JM's own creative endeavours with various materials - particularly the exotic woods such as Amboyna (but then, as a former cabinetmaker, in my younger days, I 'wood' say that, wouldn't I?)

 

 

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Edited by Mython - 4/20/14 at 3:35pm
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Ya I figure I'd ask.  :D

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I rather like it, though; even if I do say so myself.

 

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So is that a boost in the mid bass?  

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The r is essentially ruler flat, up until around 1.5 - 2Hz with a increase to make up for resonant loss.

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Brannan Mason

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Not sure if this is the right place to ask this, but does anyone know of any photos that show solid color Noble CIEMs with all 3 24K Gold Nugget options incorperated? (Tip, shell, faceplate).  

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Not sure if this is the right place to ask this, but does anyone know of any photos that show solid color Noble CIEMs with all 3 24K Gold Nugget options incorperated? (Tip, shell, faceplate).  

 

Not sure I quite understand you - the gold nugget option(s) wouldn't really work unless the CIEM is made from transparent or translucent acrylic.

 

Solid colour, on the other hand (which I interpret as being opaque), would obscure the fact that gold nugget/flake was even added to the acrylic at all. :confused:

 

Not being facetious, here, I'm just asking you to clarify exactly what you mean.

 

Cheers.

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Oh no, it's fine.
I was messing with the options while customizing a K10, and I selected both the opaque black and the 24K Gold for the shell. I didn't get any notification telling me my combination couldn't be done, so I assumed it could.

What I was THINKING was that there would be spots of gold imbedded into the solid black shell.

EDIT: and please excuse any stupid questions I may ask. I'm extremely new, which you may have already noticed by my post count.
Edited by Travis9 - 4/20/14 at 9:45pm
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what is the name of these? Those are perty...

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Sorry that should have been 2k Hz

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