Originally Posted by Jedaite
Hello Wizard. I'm kinda hooked to the Prestige line and I was thinking if we could have more pics like the one posted in this forum with several IEMs from you guys and amongst them the Prestige.
However, in this picture they're not taking center stage which I certainly wish they would. What I'm looking for here is to see how the Prestige looks in normal ambient light.
Sure, photos can be taken so they look nice and shiny, but if I were to buy these I'd like to see them shot in many angles and lighting conditions since it's a hefty purchase. What do you think? (and yes, I checked your FB already, but didn't find what I need).
Thus far, there are only two Prestige CIEMs in the world. One set owned by Jude, and the other owned by Brannan. Those sets are both made from "Wizard Wood" and both those sets are currently at a show in Japan. (which makes providing non-professional photos shot via a phone pretty much non-feasable)
We have some ordered, and they are in the build process now. As more Prestige products are made, more pictures will be provided.
As far as what does the Prestige look like in Normal Ambient light.....
That is also determined by what type of material the Prestige is made from, IE Solid Wood, (amboyna) Wizard Wood, Matrix, or Carbon Glass
Truth be known, all of the Prestige materials have had either CIEM or IEM face plates made from the available non-prestige CIEMs.
Blue Carbon Glass
Red Carbon Glass
So essentially this is the situation....
In the past, we have built a face plate out of a specific material (Wizard Wood, Matrix, Carbon Glass etc etc), with a "Prestige" we take that same face plate material, and carve out a entire CIEM (shell & Face Plate) with the material.
Edited by FullCircle - 10/25/14 at 2:53am