or Connect
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Portable Headphones, Earphones and In-Ear Monitors › Noble Audio - the Wizard returns!
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Noble Audio - the Wizard returns! - Page 253

post #3781 of 24463
Quote:
Originally Posted by tupac0306 View Post




Can't take my eyes off them! This makes my other CIEMs look cheap biggrin.gif.
Also the fit is perfect. and the sound is right at the centre of my head wink.gif Don't know how Noble did it because all my other CIEMs seem to have a sound slightly shifted to the left (~5-7%), I keep thinking maybe I just have different hearing for my left and right ears.
How would you compare over all SQ to your other CIEM's?
post #3782 of 24463
Quote:
Originally Posted by kh600rr View Post


How would you compare over all SQ to your other CIEM's?

Let me listen carefully first for three days ;) In short, it sounds basically like the demo I auditioned with more bass impact and sound depth.

post #3783 of 24463
Quote:
Originally Posted by FullCircle View Post




Sorry for referring back a few pages... Thought my lot 1 #6 wood inlays were the pinnacle of wood-clad iem's until I clapped eyes on these. Please tell me they aren't going to be available in future lots - can't really afford to start a collection... Though at least I know what the faceplates of my future K10's will look like. Sublime.
post #3784 of 24463
Quote:
Originally Posted by tupac0306 View Post

Let me listen carefully first for three days wink.gif In short, it sounds basically like the demo I auditioned with more bass impact and sound depth.
Perfect, Thanks much
post #3785 of 24463
Quote:
Originally Posted by CalvinXC View Post

Thanks for pointing out those points. And that is really hard because I'm in such a situation, sorry for disturbing you guys due to this situation. Like Minhminh said, I did not have a chance to audition many earphones and my knowledge is quite limited, and I can't really describe a sound signature. The best stuff that I auditioned is SE535, UE900 and XBA-H3, found that the UE900's bass is not so pleasant, and feels very light overall, for SE535, what I felt is it is very enjoyable, bass feels good and sounds full ( maybe that's what they said about the SE535 mids) and the fitting is just nice for my ear. For the sony, idk, I just don't really like it and it is sticking out of the ear vertically and not comfortable at all.
* I tried all of these with iPhone 5 alone with Accudio Pro app, no preset. Tried with some One Republic, Bruno Mars, Lana Del Ray, Adele, Linkin Park, The Piano Guys song.

For what it's worth, I had both UE900's and SE535's before I bought N4's (unheard)... I too found the UE900's massively disappointing and thought the 535's very good but both were sold once I had the N4's - which I won't be parting with. Ever... Ok, maybe when I can afford K10's.
post #3786 of 24463
Quote:
Originally Posted by theUKMrT View Post

For what it's worth, I had both UE900's and SE535's before I bought N4's (unheard)... I too found the UE900's massively disappointing and thought the 535's very good but both were sold once I had the N4's - which I won't be parting with. Ever... Ok, maybe when I can afford K10's.
I thought UE900 would be a something in expectation but it didn't sounds good to me. The owner of the audio shop told me that every brand have their very own sound signature and is probably can't find something similar, especially Shure he said, he even recommended me SRH1540, but bringing a headphone around is not a good idea. By now, I think 99.99% I'm getting the N4 biggrin.gif
post #3787 of 24463
Quote:
Originally Posted by FullCircle View Post


n4

Can I get a pair of k10 designed like this?How much would it cost altogether?

post #3788 of 24463
Quote:
Originally Posted by yilun View Post
 

Can I get a pair of k10 designed like this?How much would it cost altogether?

 

My guess is that it'd either be the "Wizard Design" (+$300) option or "Wizard Reprint" option (+$200).  So, add that to the price of the Kaiser 10, and you're looking at $1800 - $1900, plus the cost of impressions.

 

Worth every penny, in my opinion.:D

post #3789 of 24463
Quote:
Originally Posted by sq3rjick View Post

My guess is that it'd either be the "Wizard Design" (+$300) option or "Wizard Reprint" option (+$200).  So, add that to the price of the Kaiser 10, and you're looking at $1800 - $1900, plus the cost of impressions.

Worth every penny, in my opinion.biggrin.gif
Sure.Only i need to sell some of my stuffs to fund for it
post #3790 of 24463
Quote:
Originally Posted by theUKMrT View Post


Sorry for referring back a few pages... Thought my lot 1 #6 wood inlays were the pinnacle of wood-clad iem's until I clapped eyes on these. Please tell me they aren't going to be available in future lots - can't really afford to start a collection... Though at least I know what the faceplates of my future K10's will look like. Sublime.

 

Yes they will be available in the future, but as far as an exact time, I am not sure. 

The Wizard

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

Reply
post #3791 of 24463
Quote:
Originally Posted by FullCircle View Post

Yes they will be available in the future, but as far as an exact time, I am not sure. 
Such is the curse of the early adopter
post #3792 of 24463
Quote:
Originally Posted by FullCircle View Post



Can u tell me if i can get a pair of k10 designed like this?It is the best I've ever seen. I think the main issue here is that the shape of the faceplate is different between ciem and uiem.
post #3793 of 24463
Quote:
Originally Posted by yilun View Post


Can u tell me if i can get a pair of k10 designed like this?It is the best I've ever seen. I think the main issue here is that the shape of the faceplate is different between ciem and uiem.

 

Its inlay work, they have done CIEM's with wood inlays already.

 

*

post #3794 of 24463
Quote:
Originally Posted by Watagump View Post
 

 

Its inlay work, they have done CIEM's with wood inlays already.

 

*

How much would it cost?

post #3795 of 24463
Quote:
Originally Posted by Hawaiiancerveza View Post
 

5-7 days for mine hehe

Be nice to those who can't afford rush service or the Gods of Karma might have you send yours back for a refit. :D 

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Equipment Forums › Portable Headphones, Earphones and In-Ear Monitors › Noble Audio - the Wizard returns!