Massdrop x Noble Luxe In-Ear Monitors
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Massdrop x Noble Luxe In-Ear Monitors

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Noble Audio has been delighting the community with beautiful, great-sounding in-ear monitors for years. At its helm is Dr. John Moulton, an audiologist by training who fans have appropriately nicknamed the Wizard Read More
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main earbuds
im not too in depth with earbuds yet, but I use these on the daily and I enjoy them
iGnominy
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Jan 25, 2022
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Item was defective
Had to return since my product came poorly insulated, when worn and in use it would shock my ears for an unpleasant user experience.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
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Good sound on a budget!
Love the sound for the price!
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baldog00
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Jan 7, 2022
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Decent, especially at $39.
These sound pretty good in my opinion, especially with bass heavy songs that I prefer. The reason that I am not giving these IEMs a 5 star is because of the build quality. On my model, whenever I put the buds in my ears, they have major creaks and scratches that almost give me the chills since they are amplified in my ear. As you would expect since these are not using over-the-ear cable design, the cable noise is very heavy. However, using the cable over your ear, will work fine. I will be upgrading the Moondrop Arias as I am waiting for them to arrive.
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They're okay.
At $40, I can't complain much. The build quality is mediocre since the cylinder covering the 3.5mm jack slid off, but it's still functional.
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Audio_Joker
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Dec 10, 2021
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They sound great but have terrible build quality. Within a couple of weeks the sheath over the base of 3.5mm connector came loose. I have owned these for 9 months and they are pretty much non-functional right now as the signal is very weak and distorted.
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CoryCobra
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Dec 8, 2021
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They're okay
Let me start by saying that these are really aesthetically pleasing IEM's and they do work adequately. The packaging is interesting and really fun, in my opinion. However, when I compare these to the VE Monks and my tin t2's, I really find them lacking in different areas at the price. The main thing that has me worried is quality and longevity. There is a small silver piece that is near the 3.5mm jack that has come lose after unplugging it one time. Again they are overall fun and interesting, I also don't feel that they will deteriorate much further; but I am a little disappointed.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
Kevinz44444
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Nov 30, 2021
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Good in Bed!
I was looking for a set that could be worn in one or both ears that would be safe and comfortable when listening to music or podcasts as I drift off to sleep. This set works great for that -- but I would invite customers to investigate the Venture Electronics Bie or Bie Pro which have a similar shape (and bed safety), and better sound profile in my opinion.
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noaen
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Nov 29, 2021
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Really good for the price
Sound is great, the fact that it comes with a mic and a remote makes those earphones to be super value for money.
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BlooKazoo
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Oct 14, 2021
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For the price they're ok, better than what you can get at mainstream stores
At $39 these are decent, especially if you're not a fan of the popular IEM design that brings the cable over the top of your ear, you can get away with wearing these like earbuds. If you do like the ear wrap these work well in that manner too. The built in mic is not good, but lets be real that's not what you're getting them for - the mic works well enough to take calls without anyone telling you you sound like s**t. But if you don't need a mic at all, the Tin Hifi T2 Pros are a far better option for virtually the same price and if you DO need the mic tbqh Apple Earpods sound better and are more comfortable. I'm still going to give these a recommend, because if you are looking for something to use every day with your phone or laptop and are truly in-ear, these aren't bad. Sound - For the price I wasn't expecting much and... Didn't get much. If you like bass these are for you, but the mid and high range lack any sort of definition and character. Vocals sound dull. I have tried these plugged into my iPhone, in the zen signature 6xx dac/amp stack, and with a schiit modi/thx aaa one. They sound somewhat better driven through dedicated amplification, but not worth the hassle compared to just plugging them into your phone or laptop. The best thing I can say about them is they sound pretty decent as a mobile solution. I was hoping to use these as a comfortable alternative to wearing headphones for long sessions at my desk but they really do not sound good playing anything other than music - gaming or watching youtube was unenjoyable for me. Build/Design - They feel pretty nice in the hand, cords are good enough and the metal driver housings feel nice. The inline mic and controls feel cheap but again who really cares about that, as long as I can talk on the phone it doesn't really matter to me. It is disappointing that the cables can't detach, I know this isn't a feature everyone needs but considering its basically a standard among the competition it seems like an odd decision. I know this is subjective to ear shape but I found them to be very uncomfortable. Personally I'll probably never use them again, I'll keep them around as back ups or give them to a friend.
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