Originally Posted by soundblast75
So...i have it and ive spent 5 min listening, so this post is my apologie for making a fuzz about the whole bass thing.
AS SAID EARLIER IF I COME BACK SAYING THERE IS BASS...
THEN THERE IS..
I honestly don't know what people saying they are light on bass were on about.
Btw i have paid in full for my K10's and have not been approached by Noble in any way after my posts.
Lets make this very clear to anyone who doubts the bass quantity of K10,
THERE IS AS MUCH BASS ON THESE AS ANY SE846 OR EVEN REF1 OR OTHER IEM I'VE COME ACROSS.
If ref1 has a little more or much more to some it realy doesnt matter, beacause the way bass on k10 was described to me was on the really non existent kind and this is why i exspressed my concerns here.
The reality is these are very bassy iem's and that was the first thing i noted when putting them on.
This is in no way what i would describe as a flat or natural tuning, it is nothing like what i was expecting.
The K10 has a LOT OF BASS and is natural and even at the same time, to me these have the perfect tuning.
If anything i am sure i need to give them many hours to burmn in, but i have had this experience many times before and i know that this is AN ABSOLUTE TOP TIER!!!
So anyone else with doubts like i had that this is an iem that is the kind of flat, clean sound that needs EQing..here's my 2 cents.
They have the perfect amount of everything and are in no way light in any frequency and range along the spectrum.
Keep in mind i like my music with lots of clean deep bass and even slightly Vshaped perhaps, but only in a sense that bottom and top are heard well whilst the mid is singing sweetly along undesturbed.
If anything, my only complaint would be the lack of a small cary case of some sort.
The pelican one is great of course, but i won't put it in my bag.
Thanks to Brannan and Dr Moulton for a great iem.
I am off to do some more listening.
..Perhaps to "The Endless River" released today