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Noble Audio - the Wizard returns!

  1. FullCircle
     
     
    Are all Universals made in the USA.....
     
     
    As Bill Clinton would say.......   that depends how you define......   made in the USA.
     
     
    If one defines made in the USA from a legal stand point, then all Noble Universals are made in the USA.
     
     
    Legal being, the majority of all crucial components and the majority of the costs to produce the Universals are all based in the USA.
     
    for example, crucial components such as the Drivers, housing, sockets, all made in the USA, and all the funds that are used to purchase said parts go to USA companies.
     
    To the best of my knowledge no member of Noble has ever said that Noble Universals are "made in the USA" what has been said by Noble is that the K10 housings are CNC'd in California/USA.
     
    Folks have taken that statement and ran with it.
     
    We currently manufacture/assembly Noble products in 4 countries. USA being one of them.
     
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  2. Rowethren
    The comment about rush order pricing was aimed at me and I didn't feel offended by it so I think you should all drop it and get back on topic! :beerchug:

    On to a better note, apparantly my K10's are going to be delivered today after all! :darthsmile: not sure how they managed it but woop woop :D
     
  3. FullCircle
     
     
     
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  4. warrior1975

    No, wasn't really aimed at you. Well, the rush order comment was, but we are talking about a different part of that conversation.
     
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  5. FullCircle
     
     
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  6. Watagump
    That cat is bad ass.
     
  7. LouisArmstrong
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    Cheers!
     
  8. Watagump
    Hidition NT6 Custom In Ear Monitor $1,110.51
     
    Hidition NT6 Pro Custom In Ear Monitor $1,184.59
     
    Noble Audio DJango Universal $999
     
    Noble Audio DJango Custom $1199
     
  9. Kerouac
    I don't believe that driver count (6BA, which you were probably referring to in the above post) says all about sq and price justification.
     
    For example: imo my PS AR6 (6BA) almost sounds as good (completely different signature though) as my RSD Solar (10BA). AR6 also sounds much better to my ears than the (also 6BA) 1964 Ears V6 Stage that I had in the past. Besides that, the SE5 Ultimate (only 5BA, but costs €1699) probably sounds better than all the above (c)iems I mentioned...
     
    From what I've read, the NT6 should also be exceptional good (especially on detail retrieval), but probably a bit too much on the bright side for my own taste [​IMG] 
     
  10. FullCircle
     
     
    So I think what you are saying is, higher driver counts do not always mean superior sound quality?
     
    If so
     
     
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  11. Kerouac
     
    Yeah! I thought I just did in the above post [​IMG]
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  12. Watagump
     
    Higher driver count will always mean higher prices. It just costs more money to make them, period. Justified, that's a whole different discussion. The market will set what people are willing to pay, its always been that way.
     
  13. FullCircle
     

     
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  14. Kerouac
     
    Well, SE5 (ref/ult) and Savant (2BA, but costs more than Trident & Savanna) are clearly some exceptions to that [​IMG]
    I agree on the market part!
     
  15. FullCircle
     
     
    Yep, there are examples all over that show that price and driver count isn't always in conjunction as well.
     
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