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Noble Audio Stay updated on Noble Audio at their sponsor profile on Head-Fi.
 
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Regarding Savants
 
1) Kind of the same concept for Savi Universals, as we did have some dealers place orders before the official launch on the Noble Web Site (Thailand & Japan) Thailand may still have some Savant universals in stock now.  
 
2) Your Savants are a Prestige build & those take a bit more time to create. (sorry)
 
Its ok Wiz, I know they will be amazing :)
 
I am not complaining, just showing how long it takes to get Noble, but its all worth it in the end.
 
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  I would love to hear more about these.
And I wish someone over at Noble celebrated their birthday one of these days and threw a nice sale, I should be able to buy the Noble 3s then.
 
What kind of sound do you like? The Noble 3 is characterized by having strong, prominent treble, with punchy, slightly boosted mid-bass, and a mid-range that sounds recessed relative to the lows and highs. It's an energetic IEM that's suited for genres like EDM.
 
If you prefer a different sound, the Noble range offers quite the variety. Are you able to audition them?
 
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I would love to hear more about these.
And I wish someone over at Noble celebrated their birthday one of these days and threw a nice sale, I should be able to buy the Noble 3s then.:D

Lol it's only $350
 
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What kind of sound do you like? The Noble 3 is characterized by having strong, prominent treble, with punchy, slightly boosted mid-bass, and a mid-range that sounds recessed relative to the lows and highs. It's an energetic IEM that's suited for genres like EDM.
 
If you prefer a different sound, the Noble range offers quite the variety. Are you able to audition them?
Thanks for the reply.
I'm still really discovering my taste as far as sound signatures are concerned.
My musical tastes are best described as eclectic, anything but Rap and Electronic. I mainly listen to Rock and Acoustic music.
 
I like to get a feel of the entire spectrum, the rumbling bass, shimmery cymbals, raw vocals and wailing guitars! Not sure my budget can match my taste.

 
Lol it's only $350
Well, it isn't exactly a small amount for me. Not after my recent purchases.
 
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What kind of sound do you like? The Noble 3 is characterized by having strong, prominent treble, with punchy, slightly boosted mid-bass, and a mid-range that sounds recessed relative to the lows and highs. It's an energetic IEM that's suited for genres like EDM.
 
If you prefer a different sound, the Noble range offers quite the variety. Are you able to audition them?
 
I do like EDM. I really like forward mids with nice bass rumble and highs to be a little more recessed, but still present. How does the Noble 4 compare to Noble 3?
 
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Better ! Lol.
Balanced, so no stong bass there. However they are well defined.
 
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For those who tried both N4 and Savant, is the Savant the narural upgrade to N4 ?
 
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Just posted my rambling thoughts on the Savant: http://www.head-fi.org/products/noble-audio-savant/reviews/13291
 
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For those who tried both N4 and Savant, is the Savant the narural upgrade to N4 ?
If you want something a little more "forward" and less polite than the N4, the Savant is what you need. If thumping bass is what you miss from the N4, mayby the N5 or N6 is a better bet - or get the Savant and play around with the EQ sliders a bit. They can do bass, but aren't tuned for it straight away.
 
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Thank you.
I am acustomed to the N4 and I truly love them. I would replace them only if I find in-ears sharing the.same sound but even more refined. Bass is not an issue, even if I am still interested in the N6 for intensive electronic sessions. But I have hedphones that perform well in this department. I am happy with my gear, but curiosity rules.
 
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