Noble Audio K10U aluminium in ear monitors


Noble Audio is launching a stunning new aluminium-chassis, 10-driver IEM: the Kaiser 10U aluminium (£999) earphones. This universal-fit IEM uses Noble’s 10-driver flagship configuration, as found in its top-performing IEMs and CIEMs. The K10U aluminium replaces the existing K10U and offers discerning music lovers a new design featuring a previously unused material. Getting away from the shiny bauble look of existing Noble IEMs this model was designed and manufactured in conjunction with experts in California whose clients include Louis Vuitton, Dior, Marc Newson and Holly Hunt (me neither). The new K10U aluminium follows Noble’s custom-fit 10-driver model (Kaiser 10; £1,079) and its acrylic predecessor, and is now available in high-grade aluminium with each unit precision-made in California, USA. The K10U aluminium features a top half with in anodized gloss-red and a bottom half in clear satin-finish.
The K10U aluminium is a ten-armature low-impedance four-way design featuring ten drivers, assigned to bass, midrange, mid/high, high and super-high frequencies. Further features include a detachable two-pin cable and Pelican 1010 case (crush-proof carrying case); a black velvet soft pouch; 12 pairs of ear tips (four kinds in three sizes); two Noble Audio bands or amp bands; a cleaning tool; a Noble cable and an ownership card.

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