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post #3736 of 24103
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Originally Posted by OK-Guy View Post

it's really not about the DAP's... the ZX1 will be used as well as a Laptop, iPad & the AK240... they are all being used as sources into the Hugo.

I will not be at Axpona unfortunately but our resident superstar Brannan will... Noble & the Hugo are the stars, the sources are of secondary importance.

ps... I've had a love-affair with Walkman's since the 80's, at the end of the day it's all about flavours when it comes to SQ.
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Originally Posted by sq3rjick View Post

I won't be able to make Axpona, but I'm certainly going to be at the Denver show, complete with my Wizard K10s and my wife's 4C.  Looking forward to meeting in person!  Also, I might just end up buying a Hugo.  Need to hear it first, though. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by kh600rr View Post

Yet another question, what forms of payment will Brannan accept, at the show? Hugo,Hugo,Hugo!!! I would be willing to cut his grass, for a entire year, In exchange, for a Hugo..

You will not regret going for Chord's Hugo. It is definetly a game changer in portable audio. The sound quality is just amazing, and it is a "no brainer" if you can afford it.

I guess that you guys in here will tell me that Noble's Kaiser 10 are in the same league.. and I kind of "know" it..

..as soon as I can afford them my ear impressions that's in Noble's China lab at the moment will automagically turn into a pair of K10's, and become friends with my dear friend Hugo. biggrin.gif
post #3737 of 24103
I actually picked up a Hugo and optical it from my AK240. Super clean. Super duper clean.
post #3738 of 24103

You crazy kids at Noble just don't stop. You have already sold some of the lot #2 uni's. Even a $1200 set, good job.

post #3739 of 24103
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Originally Posted by VisceriousZERO View Post

I actually picked up a Hugo and optical it from my AK240. Super clean. Super duper clean.

I would love to hear what you think of your K10's paired with Hugo.
The more the better. Every juicy detail please smily_headphones1.gif
Edited by nOtEcH - 4/23/14 at 5:32pm
post #3740 of 24103
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Originally Posted by kh600rr View Post

Yet another question, what forms of payment will Brannan accept, at the show? Hugo,Hugo,Hugo!!! I would be willing to cut his grass, for a entire year, In exchange, for a Hugo..

 

Cash, debit/credit card, or PayPal are all acceptable. Unfortunately I have no grass, otherwise I would gladly accept your offer. :wink_face:

Brannan Mason

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

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post #3741 of 24103
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Originally Posted by bangkokkid View Post
 

Noble FR (Lot 2, #8)

 

 

Gotta love the steampunk look. :cool:

post #3742 of 24103
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Originally Posted by Watagump View Post
 

You crazy kids at Noble just don't stop. You have already sold some of the lot #2 uni's. Even a $1200 set, good job.

 

 

The Wizard

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

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post #3743 of 24103
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Originally Posted by FullCircle View Post




What model is this?
post #3744 of 24103
Gosh that is beautiful. I really want a wizard IEM especially the wooden faceplates ones. But I am afraid that I would get scolded for buying another IEM that's so costly frown.gif.
post #3745 of 24103
I've listened to the SE535 and UE900 just now, and I prefer the SE535 more, the mids is awesome. From there, picking 4C/4 will be a good choice?
post #3746 of 24103

Justttt a question, if you really like the SE535 after you have demo-ed them, is there any reason why you still insist on purchasing a Noble product? Just curious.

post #3747 of 24103
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Originally Posted by minhminh93 View Post

Justttt a question, if you really like the SE535 after you have demo-ed them, is there any reason why you still insist on purchasing a Noble product? Just curious.

Perhaps just the eager of getting something that is better with the money can get (Noble
4 is even priced lower than SE535). Hope that explains. *cross out the CIEM option
post #3748 of 24103
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Originally Posted by minhminh93 View Post

Justttt a question, if you really like the SE535 after you have demo-ed them, is there any reason why you still insist on purchasing a Noble product? Just curious.

I was using se535 before having 8a and k10.
Se535 is a good product, I love it before I get k10.
I just step up my audio gear.
I don't test noble universal Iem so I can't give advice about it.
post #3749 of 24103
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Originally Posted by uelover View Post

What model is this?

n4

The Wizard

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post #3750 of 24103
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Originally Posted by Keenan View Post

I was using se535 before having 8a and k10.
Se535 is a good product, I love it before I get k10.
I just step up my audio gear.
I don't test noble universal Iem so I can't give advice about it.

For me, SE535 sounds very good, as compared to my cheap earphone, but most of the reliable reviews have the comment that there is nothing impressive in that IEM, plus it is not cheap, more expensive that N4 universal.
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