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Has anyone heard the UM Mentors and can provide a comparison against the Noble 8C? I find the UM Mentors bass to just be a little less than I would like and wondering if it is worth it to make the switch. From what I read the Kaiser K10, which is probably a more direct comparison to the Mentor, is a little more neutral than the 8C so that is what makes me believe I might like the 8C

 

If not, I'll have to wait until the Bay Area Head-Fi meet to get a good comparison. Thanks!

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Here is another Noble 4 review from our good friend White Lotus:

http://www.head-fi.org/products/noble-4/reviews/11159

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Another member of Noble family, my K10 biggrin.gif

The logo is from fairytale, right?

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Mandarin

You speak Mandarin?Can you read Chinese?

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A response to this would just lead to a

 

Hey, can you give me a photo showing the effect of glow in the dark? I'm pretty interested.

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Dr. John Moulton

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Do you have pictures from different angles? I wanna see the effect of glow in the dark on shell.

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I've actually been wondering if a ciem with tritium tubes can be done? I think it could be an interesting project

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Do you have pictures from different angles? I wanna see the effect of glow in the dark on shell.


Those are the universal iems, and the shells are made black abs, so different angles would be useless, and beyond that I don't have photos of different angles ( sorry)
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I've actually been wondering if a ciem with tritium tubes can be done? I think it could be an interesting project

In theory it could be done, and I have looked into it & decided against it.
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In theory it could be done, and I have looked into it & decided against it.

I was just wondering why it hasn't been done yet since I've seen women wearing jewelry with tritium vials but maybe its dangerous or hard to work with.

Anyway, I've just been into watches lately and started thinking if stuff like tritium or superluminova can be used also in ciems, but although a supeluminova Wizard signature might be cool  I guess most people will keep their iems in cases when not in use, which will make it a bit useless unless you carry a flashlight to charge it before wearing it in the dark.

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Here are some ideas

 

 

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Another good job by Blue Scholars (Transduced witht he Noble FR in F mode)

 

Dr. John Moulton

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John on his way to work...

 

Brannan Mason

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The Wizard seems to be wreaking havoc everywhere lately!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVy7YeeqGZQ

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