Noble Audio, the world’s leading high-performance in-ear monitor specialist, has launched a universal-fit version of its flagship 10-driver in-ear monitor (IEM). The new K10 follows the success of the range-topping custom-fit model and is now available as a handcrafted IEM in Noble’s signature universal form factor.
The K10 (Kaiser 10) is a ten-armature IEM featuring a low-impedance four-way design with ten drivers working in perfect unison. The K10’s advanced driver array delivers a coherent presentation across a wide frequency range and delivers the best-possible performance from a portable IEM product.
The K10 design was first conceptualised several years ago. Noble Audio’s ‘Wizard’ (audiologist and co-owner Dr. John Moulton AuD CCC-A) and Noble’s Kaiser Soze, reverted back to their original design using the knowledge they gained in recent years to refine and finesse the original product.
The current K10 features ten drivers assigned to bass, midrange, mid/high, high and super-high frequencies to deliver exceptional sound quality with coherence across the frequency spectrum.
Despite packing ten drivers per side, the K10 is no larger than any other universal product in the Noble Audio range, sharing the same form factor as its IEM stable-mates. The K10 is also hand-finished — just like a custom Noble Audio IEM product, or the ‘Wizard’ IEMs, the look and feel of the body is seamless; the K10 is characteristically Noble.
The K10 is constructed from high-quality acrylic with gold-plated pentalobe screws and features a detachable two-pin cable and 35-ohm impedance.