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Noble Audio - the Wizard returns!

  1. uzi2

    I have a drier, but have not used it with my K10s. A few years back I had all sorts of problems with silicone customs. One or more of the drivers would repeatedly fail and I was told it was due to moisture, so I was given a complete new set and a drier, but they still failed. I have had no issue with any other IEMs. The Lear manual say not to expose their IEMs to UV. They have acrylic shells, so maybe not a good idea to put your Noble customs in a drier with UV light.
     
  2. Aerosphere
  3. G-K-W
     
     
     
    I kept a big bag of silica crystals that was in the packing for my Focal floor standing speakers, now my IEMs go in a Tupperware container with that....
     
  4. Watagump
     
     
    Still wont stop it. You just have to clean and check for wax on a regular basis. My right ear piece gets more wax in the bores over my left. I clean my ears almost daily.
     
  5. fiascogarcia
    Use the tool even when the bores don't look bad.  It will help prevent gradual build up.  Don't know if others have mentioned it, but point the bores downward when cleaning.
     
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  6. knopi
    Mm have to say I firstly did not like the look of the K10ua much but now I am starting to like it a lot more and more red white is very cool elegant.
    I will have chance listen Savant, K10 next month so I will see which one I will choose in future. There is many many options (ES60, UERR, H8.2) but I want universal so Noble will be way to go, maybe Andromeda also look promising if I will have chance try it. 
     
  7. x RELIC x Contributor

    Of course. Just putting the IEMs in your ears will have them increase wax production. It won't stop it, but cleaning your ears regularly is pretty much the only other thing to do besides cleaning the IEMs regularly. It's part and parcel of using things jammed in our ears. What cleaning your ears does do is prevent a large wax buildup in the ear canal that can make cleaning a clogged bore jammed with wax difficult. Then again, I know you already know this. :wink:

    :beerchug:
     
  8. FullCircle
    +1
     
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  9. Watagump
     
     
    A semi related bit of info. I went to the 99 cent store to buy some cotton swabs, its funny how many are missing the cotton part on one end and sometimes both ends. Still at $1.08 with tax for 1000, its the best deal around on them.
     
  10. Larethio
    It seems that the N4 and the Savant have pretty similar sound signature. How do they differ?
     
  11. audio123
    n4 is forward. Savant is balanced.
     
  12. Larethio
    So the N4 has a more in your face sound. I'm assuming the Savant has a larger soundstage?
     
  13. dulty
    @Larethio The Savant has a lift in the bass area which makes it more fun sounding. The mids and treble are still very good, but the bass makes it more fun than neutral. The N4 (now the Savanna) is aiming for neutrality. I don't think the N4 is more 'forward' than the Savant. 
     
  14. longbowbbs
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fULNUr0rvEc
     
  15. Watagump
     
     
    Nope. ^ Yup v
     
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