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post #46 of 381

Thanks for the confirmation FullCircle but I still prefer a universal just in case I should decide to sell it to upgrade to a newer/better model one day.

post #47 of 381
Another case where ears can change is if you wear braces...the position of the jaw changes and thus the ears. Mostly for teens, but some adults wear them too.
post #48 of 381
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Another case where ears can change is if you wear braces...the position of the jaw changes and thus the ears. Mostly for teens, but some adults wear them too.

 

 

Do you have a source for that?

Dr. John Moulton

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post #49 of 381
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Another case where ears can change is if you wear braces...the position of the jaw changes and thus the ears. Mostly for teens, but some adults wear them too.


Hard to tell if Mimouille's joking or being serious half the time. I wouldn't be surprised if this is a joke.

Then again it seems feasible  enough.

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Do you have a source for that?
Yep, I just had braces for 1 year as an adult. My ears did not move before that as my customs fit perfectly for a while and after the braces the fit was too tight on the right. I am not sure but my audiologist and orthodontist both think it is very possibly related.
post #51 of 381

Bumping this out of curiosity as to whether anyone but VisceriousZero has compared the two yet.

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Bumping this out of curiosity as to whether anyone but VisceriousZero has compared the two yet.

 

FYI

 

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Loved K10! This demo really make me think differently about Noble audio. Heir 8.a was a disappointment to me. But the K10...is so much superior.

 

Will post some impressions later. I can understand why people say K10 sounds better than Roxanne, because it really is, although I haven't even received my Roxanne yet.

Well done Wizard!

Brannan Mason

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

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FYI

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Loved K10! This demo really make me think differently about Noble audio. Heir 8.a was a disappointment to me. But the K10...is so much superior.

Will post some impressions later. I can understand why people say K10 sounds better than Roxanne, because it really is, although I haven't even received my Roxanne yet.
Well done Wizard!


Make sure to leave an impression when you do!
post #54 of 381

Please do let us know your views once you receive your Roxanne.

post #55 of 381

I'd assume if u "spin the dial" on the Roxanne's cable potentiometer it would....   or you could EQ the K10 as well....  either way, some type of adjustment is being made

Dr. John Moulton

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

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post #56 of 381

Time for the big boys of CIEM or IEM manufacturers to incorporate EQ control for their product because everybody hears differently and EQ (for those who really know how to use them) will give them the freedom to customise their own preference in terms of Bass & Treble frequencies without affecting the Mid EQ

post #57 of 381

The concept kind of redundant, as most DAPS have EQ ability to begin with

Dr. John Moulton

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

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post #58 of 381

True that

post #59 of 381

I am getting impressions done this week and am between the Noble K10, wizard edition (thinking it could integrate with my everyday watch, a JLC Master Compressor World Extreme (Ltd. Ed. with carbon fiber face (got to love government auctions)), or the Roxanne's.  Moving from Shure 535s.  I will hear the Roxanne's at the audiologist I am headed to get my impressions done at, but I am skeptical of buying from JHA right now and have had a pretty good discussion with the US rep of Noble already (though he is out of the country).  Regardless, I wondered id anyone had further impressions on these two CIEMs.  Yes, that was a long bump...

 

Shawn

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I am getting impressions done this week and am between the Noble K10, wizard edition (thinking it could integrate with my everyday watch, a JLC Master Compressor World Extreme (Ltd. Ed. with carbon fiber face (got to love government auctions)), or the Roxanne's.  Moving from Shure 535s.  I will hear the Roxanne's at the audiologist I am headed to get my impressions done at, but I am skeptical of buying from JHA right now and have had a pretty good discussion with the US rep of Noble already (though he is out of the country).  Regardless, I wondered id anyone had further impressions on these two CIEMs.  Yes, that was a long bump...

 

Shawn

That is one badass watch - and as a bonus it makes the K10 look like a bargain! :D

 

 

 

All jokes aside, I actually consider the K10 to be good value. Yes, I said it. They do EVERYTHING so damn well that they have put my other headphones pretty much out of a job. 

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