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Noble Audio - the Wizard returns!

  1. fiascogarcia
    Safest bet would be to have customs with a translucent shell. You could see the dampers with those.......
     
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  2. Watagump

    This question should be posted in another thread where you don't take the opportunity to berate the company.
     
  3. Watagump

    That would be the best way to see if they would get moved, you are creating a vacuum. Plenty of people have them, cant say I have ever read enough about them to see if it has happened. But maybe it can happen and the person doesn't even know.
     
  4. proedros
    thanx man , my question is if Jodivac can move those dampers - is jodivac that strong ?
     
  5. fiascogarcia
    Yeah, I think Jodi vac needles are intended to suck up debris without creating a vacuum (which would stop suction), so the needle needs to be smaller than the tube diameter for it to work. So I doubt it would be strong enough to suck out the damper. Pushing the dampers inward by pushing the needle too deeply would be the greater risk. I think that most dampers would be firmly enough placed that if you put the Jodi Vac needle in and bump the damper, you know that's as deep as you can go.
     
    Last edited: Oct 10, 2018
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  6. Watagump

    I think its more that the vacuum isn't strong enough since there isn't a seal. I also don't think the needle is long enough to reach the dampers. I dunno, I am neither a vacuum engineer nor a IEM CIEM engineer, sure was an interesting point brought up.
     
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  7. krismusic Contributor
    My K10's are about four years old. I've looked after then as well as I possibly can but I am pretty sure some debris will have inevitably have made is way into the bores.
    I was going to send them into Noble for an overhaul. They would crack them open, replace the dampers, check the wiring, clean, resemble and re laquer. Tempting but I decided to leave alone what is not broke. Especially as I hope to buy the new Hybrid if it comes in custom form. Kidney for sale.
     
  8. ayang02
    Well, I shall pack some bubble gum in my car.
     
  9. FullCircle
    To be clear.... this was a bicycle tire, I don't think that diy hack would work with a car. Screenshot_20180913-160437_LINE.jpg
     
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  10. ayang02
    Doh! Makes more sense though LOL
     
  11. FullCircle
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  12. AxelCloris Administrator
    Let's please keep the discussion on-topic and within the Posting Guidelines. Thanks everyone.
     
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  13. Watagump
    We need some pics going, lets see some Noble designs, old, new, doesn't matter the model, just show off what you love.


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  14. krismusic Contributor
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    These are mine. I have never regretted going minimal on the design. Wonderful as the Wizards work is...
     
  15. hotdog108
    Frank Zhang 3-3.jpg
    On the polar opposite side, mine are as complex as can be. I even hunted down an ancient Chinese font that's thousands of years old to engrave my name on the top of the CIEMs with.
     
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