not back home till mond anyway.
the BASS really worries me tho,I expect to hear none,especially next to Ref1.
tho Brannan told me bass is more than SE846 it doesn't seem to be the general opinion.I need bass.not just texture and extension.BASS!
If it's in the music, you'll get your bass, trust me.
PMed both of you.
A good headphone is when the bass comes out when it's needed, and isn't abundant when unnecessary. The track calls for a certain amount of bass and the K10 will present it, but it won't add more bass to an already bass-lacking track. The K10 displayed a very satisfying amount of well-controlled bass with some of my bass-heavy dubstep/electronic music, but it wasn't so with my jazz or vocal tracks.
If you're looking to have a lot of bass for all your tracks no matter the genre and track quality then I suggest you look into poorly made headphones such as the Roxanne.
They aren't. I'd risk even saying they're atrocious and toxic as a company. But this is the Noble thread so back on track.
K10 isn't a very impressive headphone. That is, it won't wow away the majority right away but shines when the listener can appreciate sound quality as a whole and not just some bumps and dips in the FR that makes a can sound 'velvety' or 'exciting.' It's very well-balanced in that nothing pokes out. It sacrifices nothing and does everything well. It won't 'specialize' in a genre because it wasn't meant to, but it will present sound that is just exquisite with any genre thrown at (except death metal because of speed). If you can listen for and appreciate imaging, layering, elegance, details, PRaT, 3D soundstage, separation, presentation, and coherency, you will like the K10. If you're looking for something exciting and just listen to one or two genres then maybe it's not for you.
Mustang vs. Mercedes. Choose.
Give them a thorough review with your favourite tracks. It's either 20% restocking fee, or reselling for around USD1000-1100. However, Noble doesn't offer for their ownership transfer service gold nuggets and an array of other custom aesthetic features that usually come with the price of a new pair so resale value won't be extremely high. In terms of how easy it is to sell? Usually K10s are gone by the next day whenever it comes up in the classifieds. :)
Bad wording on my part. That is exactly what I did after finding out about the above. Seemed to me that getting one of your masterpieces with the additional fee was a better option than paying the fees for my own art since even with the purchase of a new set of K10 I would need to pay the same price to get a Wizard design. First year microeconomics logic anyone?