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Noble Audio - the Wizard returns!

  1. notyourtree
    I bought a Jodi Vac because...I need it. Works great!
    I also use it in conjunction with a hearing aid dryer/ UV sanitizer. The wax is really easy to clean out then. Worth the extra investment!
    Last edited: Mar 20, 2018
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  2. Sorensiim
    I use my Encores for just about anything but when it comes to metal, they blow me away every single time. The combination of resolution, speed and deep-yet-tight, fast-yet-hard bass is simply sublime for metal.
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  3. Sorensiim
    In other news, look what landed on my desk today...
    Oh look, it's the Noble EDC Bell! 5.8mm dynamic driver, brass housing and they're so tiny! Those squares on the paper are 5x5mm and that's my Encore customs behind them. I only had a couple of hours with the Bells (they really should be called Belle instead...), but holy heck are they FUN! The Noble signature sound is alive and well, the single dynamic tuned to a signature close to that of the Sage, but when the music calls for it, the dynamic driver brings some SERIOUS bass to the party! Sure, the Encore has better mids and a more spacious sound, but at nearly 10x the price... I think they key word for the Bell(e) is FUN - it's damn near impossible to listen to these without grinning from ear to ear.

    @bangkokkid you guys best ramp up the production because these things are gonna fly off the shelves. My coworkers think I'm nuts for owning CIEMs like the Encore and high-end universals like the Katana, but everyone who heard the Bell asked when they'd be up for ordering... I'm very happy that I had a chance to listen to them, and I must admit to kinda wanting a set for EDC duty.
  4. Redcarmoose
    The midrange detail is maybe what is important in metal. IMO

  5. Sorensiim
    Agreed. That combo of speed, midrange clarity and sublime bass is a rare thing. Opeth, Tool, Rammstein & Amon Amarth on the Encore is guaranteed to have me air-drumming like a crazy person - much to the amusement of the rest of the office.
  6. davidcotton
    Mass drop are bringing back the noble k10 custom tomorrow.
  7. faithguy19
    I saw that. I love my universal k10 and would get the custom in a heart beat but something is telling me that even the skilled wizard would not be able to create a custom k10 that would fit my ears.
    Last edited: Mar 22, 2018
  8. krismusic Contributor
    I am sure the Encores are better but damn my K10c's are fantastic. The most wonderful thing that I own.
  9. krismusic Contributor
    Customs are a joy to own. Get some impressions and send them in?
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  10. Redcarmoose
    Gosh.......listening to the 2015 Remix of this day before yesterday.
    Just the instrument placement and seperation was mind-boggling!

  11. faithguy19
    I would but I tried to get some 64audio A12 a while back and was told my ears were too small for them. I assume that the K10 needs a similar amount of space for the drivers as that. I lost a fair amount of money last time. Not sure if I want to risk it again. I love the custom fit but I am not sure if I want to risk going for another totl custom given the smallish ears I have.
  12. krismusic Contributor
    That's a real shame. If 1964 couldn't accommodate you then I guess it is unlikely that Noble will. I hope you find something to suit you. Either in ears or full-size.
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  15. faithguy19
    Lol...wish my ears could grow somehow.

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