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My girlfriend wants customs. We are in Australia. Budget is $1000. She likes bass.

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What are your thoughts?

 

For what it's worth - I gave her a set of Westone 3, and she absolutely LOVES them.

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JH16

This does seem like the obvious choice, and one I would personally recommend.. But it is unfortunately over the $1000 budget.
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Unique melody merlin?

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Noble Audio 5C





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Noble Audio 5C





 

Can these be bought in Australia?

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^^ those are glorious.

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Are you asking if there is a Noble Audio "dealer/distributor" in Australia, the answer is "No."

 

But you can buy direct from the website, and in most cases, buying direct is cheaper than purchaseing through a distributor. Visit the Noble Audio website, and also the Facebook page and will find more examples of Noble's work and product details etc.

 

 

 

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^^ those are glorious.

 

 

 

 

Noble is pretty much in the red trunks

 

 

That being said, we pretty much are the deffinition of "boutique audio" as we are a small company that strives to produce works of functional art. We belive they should look as good as they sound, sound as good as they look, and be worthy of their price.

 

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EDIT: Just saw the answer to my question, which was about distributors in Australia.

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Unique melody merlin?

 

Hmm.. That seems like a good price.

 

I've gotten customs from UM before, took me 14 weeks, so I'm a little wary about their wait times.

 

The Merlin seems well priced, is it fairly bassy? I can see that it has a dynamic driver, that doesn't always mean it has a bassy signature.. 

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http://acustoms.com.au/home/aurisonics/

 

You could try these, theyre made for stage use so theres more bass than usual

however theyre $500 which is more on the cheap side (not that its a real issue)

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I'm leaning towards noble, but I've not heard their products before, and I'm struggling to find reviews for the 3C, which seems like a perfect match.

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Sorry, you will not find much about the 3C as it is a new design. A good source of information would be the Noble K10 threads, as it they really have become a hodge podge of everything from CIEMs, to IEMs being posted.

 

 

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Even if you didn't know the sound of Noble customs the pictures posted should probably have you tempted already wink.gif
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