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I thought the Noble 4 had the wider soundstage, but I defer to your judgement. In any case, both are excellent; 2 different IEMs suited for different genres.
Oh wow, the one on the right reminds me of a coastline. Very, very impressive, John!
A toast, with iced tea Suntory!
I am sure glad I got new impressions done, yesterday I picked up a new pair of headphones. I got the Beats, I then took them to the Bose store to get the Bose mod done. this is where they remove the internal parts and replace them with paper mache and styrofoam. I then swung by Best Buy to get a kickass monster cable for them, we all know cables make a difference. Once I got home and attached the cable, I then hooked them up to my Sony Walkman, which is also modified to play Lossless 8 Track in pure Dolby DTS. The sound and fit are incredible, this combo cannot be beat.
Nah, you've gotta be kidding, Wata. You had me until the Lossless 8 Tracks. You know those are still experimental!
Jumping in with my reply since I saw @fnkcow mentioned about this in another thread
Joe is definitely onto something. In my experience with a number of BT audio reviews, including pre-BT4.0 and with BT4.x, I definitely noticed a sound improvement with devices supporting apt-X codec which suppose to expand bandwidth compression. Soon to be available, apt-X Low Latency will also resolve issues with audio/video syncing as well. Does BTS supports 4.0 w/apt-X? If it doesn't, low end will be affected. Of course, can't speak for iDevices (they don't support apt-X codec), since I'm 100% android vested
How the heck do you carve an iem out of a block of wood, do you use some sort of 3d device?
Some people have the inside track, what can I say.
Hey, I recognize those... Those are mine!
Lucky!!! Very, very nice.
Will there ever be a Silicone K10 Version?
Hey guys, Would you describe the K10U more of a IE800 sound (v shape, airy) or more like SE846 ( more in your face congested sound)? Sorry these are the only other 2 earphones I have..
I wouldn't call the K10 v shaped, never heard the Senns or the Shures.
Specs are here:
Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX and Apple lossless support (CSR 8645)
Supported Bluetooth profiles: HFP1.6 (HD Voice ready), A2DP1.2 and AVRCP1.4
Dimensions (L x W x H): 14.5 mm x 14.5 mm x 60 mm
Weight: 10 grams (approximately 0.36 oz)
Range: Up to 10 meters (approximately 33 feet)
Micro-USB B (5-pin)
Output Impedance: less than 1 ohm