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Originally Posted by Jethrosang View Post
 

I wonder how my mid life crisis will turn out. And that discount literally pushed me to the fun side of the fence, got meself a PR... By the way, any amp or dap that can support this unique iem? 240ohm vs 30 ohm, which means I can't switch like I wish, or I will be at risk of killing my ears. 

Congrats on the Noble PR.

 

I was just listening to the PR's with a Lyr 2, Hugo, Geek Out 450, AK120. Surprisingly the volume difference when switching between the P and R configuration is not that great. Certainly not enough to hurt your ears.

 

The R configuration is my favorite. It sounds like an Ety ER4S with more bass. It's great for evaluating the subtle differences between DAC's and amps and recordings. Really reference quality.

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Originally Posted by Jethrosang View Post
 

I wonder how my mid life crisis will turn out. And that discount literally pushed me to the fun side of the fence, got meself a PR... By the way, any amp or dap that can support this unique iem? 240ohm vs 30 ohm, which means I can't switch like I wish, or I will be at risk of killing my ears. 


Ditto on the PR. I plan on using my Sony PH2 amp, that should do it with room to spare.

Figured since I already had the Noble 6, then I already had half of the FR.

 

Cheers.

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THANK YOU all for celebrating Wizard's birthday with us, we had a lot of fun!

Our regular scheduled programming will resume today/tomorrow.

 

 

 
 

Brannan Mason

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

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post #4864 of 23906
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Originally Posted by bangkokkid View Post
 

THANK YOU all for celebrating Wizard's birthday with us, we had a lot of fun!

Our regular scheduled programming will resume today/tomorrow.

 

 

 
 

 

So, back to hookers and blow?

post #4865 of 23906
Don't forget the triceps dips, watagump!
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Don't forget the triceps dips, watagump!

That's where the blow helps.
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Remnants of a 17-jewel Swiss watch movement set up against Wizard's favorite Buckeye Burl. Plus, check the sweet blue/green gradient on the shell too.

Timeless.

 

 

Brannan Mason

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

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post #4868 of 23906
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Originally Posted by darinf View Post
 

Congrats on the Noble PR.

 

I was just listening to the PR's with a Lyr 2, Hugo, Geek Out 450, AK120. Surprisingly the volume difference when switching between the P and R configuration is not that great. Certainly not enough to hurt your ears.

 

The R configuration is my favorite. It sounds like an Ety ER4S with more bass. It's great for evaluating the subtle differences between DAC's and amps and recordings. Really reference quality.

Thanks for the info! Truly a reference quality, a real small price to pay to own 2 iems at the same time. 

post #4869 of 23906
WOW!!
These are for shure in the top of the Wizard chart.
Really excellent piece of work, this is art!
post #4870 of 23906
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Originally Posted by Andy Andy View Post
 

It looks ok, not bad Dr. Moulton.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Double Six View Post

WOW!!
These are for shure in the top of the Wizard chart.
Really excellent piece of work, this is art!

 

The Wizard

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

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post #4871 of 23906
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Originally Posted by bangkokkid View Post
 

Remnants of a 17-jewel Swiss watch movement set up against Wizard's favorite Buckeye Burl. Plus, check the sweet blue/green gradient on the shell too.

Timeless.

 

 

My favorite design so far!!! soooo charming! 

post #4872 of 23906
I love the watch movements. When I order a 5C+R (probably around Black Friday), I'm definitely going to ask for one for a Wizard design. They are just wonderful.
post #4873 of 23906

K10 + Cobus =

 

a sonic roller coaster

 

 

The Wizard

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

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post #4874 of 23906

 

 

and for some more acoustic bliss

The Wizard

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

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post #4875 of 23906
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Originally Posted by bangkokkid View Post
 

Remnants of a 17-jewel Swiss watch movement set up against Wizard's favorite Buckeye Burl. Plus, check the sweet blue/green gradient on the shell too.

Timeless.

 

 

Cool! Would be awesome if you can see the clock dial moving.  :basshead:  

 

 

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and for some more acoustic bliss

You got me started on Sungha Jung today.  :biggrin:   


Edited by SilverEars - 7/6/14 at 1:45pm
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