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Noble Audio - the Wizard returns!

  1. Rowethren
    I really need to visit South East Asia one day... The furthest I have ever been from the UK is Greece lol!
     
  2. FullCircle
    The lake is about a 2 minute walk from the office
     
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  3. Rowethren
    Sounds like a dream, I work in Central London so I am about 2 hours from the closest, quite, road noise free, space :frowning2:
     
  4. RPB65
    I am up in Nottingham and cannot wait to get out of London when we visit, which isn't often enough. The cost of train travel or otherwise is horrendous to our glorious capital city. I also cannot stand the 'rush' of the underground and other areas, its mental. LOL. London is an awesome city though.

    This is beautiful so close to your office! Wow. I would love to be next to something like that, especially with the music and IEM's in! :D
     
  5. FullCircle
    Another Day

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  6. Rowethren
    I am very glad I don't live in London (Surrey here) and that I get travel expenses or it would be around £3500 out of my pay check each year straight away just to get to work which is nuts!

    Yep, the underground is horrible, much more tolerable with some good music and a decent set of IEMs though. London does have some advantages though like being able to mingle with pretty much any culture in the world and experience all their food as well (I love me some decent food lol) if there is something you fancy doing odds are you can find somewhere to do it in London.

    Your wife really is amazing, those are so beautiful!
     
  7. FullCircle
    Amazing in many ways.

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  8. krismusic Contributor
    I'm very lucky. I live a 45 minute bus ride from Central London but it is often eerily quiet in my house.
     
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  9. Rowethren
    It is about an hour on the train from Victoria to my station then you can get to relativity quite countryside in not too much time but it is never that quite as I am not too far from either the M25 or the M23...


    I quite often stay in a cottage up a forest track in Northumberland and that is true silence, only the odd bird and the sound of wind, no man made sounds at all. Pure bliss!

    Yes that is a wind turbine which is needed because they don't have mains electricity lol...
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  10. Watagump
    Monday delivery for the Khan is going to make for a long weekend, yes you should still feel sorry for me.
     
  11. Varekai
    Has anyone found any custom silicone ear tip molds for the k10u? I only found one company online that might make them for these everything else doesn't fit noble. I'm having a hell of a time finding tips that fit my ear and don't fall around while creating a seal. Abs I've tried almost every after market tip out there. For some reason after a week it's like my ears change shape or adapt and they just start falling out. Even the comply foamies.
     
  12. krismusic Contributor
    Be strong brother.
     
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  13. krismusic Contributor
    I feel your pain. I have never got on with universals and ended up going custom. I could recommend a couple of UK options for custom tips but if you are not in the UK that's not going to help. If Noble have a recommended audiologist near you they may be able to help.
     
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  14. Redcarmoose
    Hard to find and high priced for tips, but the Sony Triple Comfort Tips have become my solution for the perfect fit with Noble universal IEMs.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/SONY-EP-TC...-Tips-for-XBA-Z5-Headphones-etc-/391746924234

    Reason being maybe comes from design and unique construction material? It seems to have a tremendous holding force while in your ear. A unique material never offered before in a tip. Think rigid comply tips but also with a grip surface, and they don’t actually deform and reform to an exstent. They are just firm. Many, many times more firm than silicone.

    Other than material and form factor, they offer a slight texture surfacing which allows the inner ear area some tiny spaces which seem to stop the itchiness?
     
    Last edited: Dec 7, 2018
  15. Varekai
    Thanks those are the only tips I haven't tried. I read about them in a tip shootout guide, but when I searched them I got a handful of different model numbers so wasn't sure which ones.
     

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