Best Noble Audio Under $1000

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The Noble audio is always been in the news for their world class design and fabulous color mixture headsets. Noble audio is not only famous for their sound but also offer great artistic designs. However, the company has been around for a long time and has brought us favorite products like the legendary Kaiser 10, Katana, Sawant, Sage and Kaiser Encore.

Moreover, from time to time, the Noble Audio got better and better. They create an outstanding performance and premium quality. Even though, you can still purchase all the original Kaiser 10 headset through the company’s official website.

The Moulton brothers run the company; John and Jim. As you probably know, John is the infamous “wizard” and he is responsible for that wonderful and artistic design. I had the opportunity to meet his brother Jim at Kenjam in 2019 and he is a very nice person to chat with. They also have a beautiful family.

Here is a list of Noble Audio headsets that fall under the $1000 price segment.

1. Noble Falcon ANC

Key points:

– Active Noise cancellation
– Multipoint connections
– Hear-through
– aptx, aptx adaptive, AAC, and SBC audio codec support
– Qualcomm SoC QCC3056 Chip

Today’s Deal:

  • Good built quality
  • Meaty bass
  • Clear mids
  • Smooth highs
  • In-app EQ
  • Good ANC
  • Price is low with the feature it get
  • Missing Bluetooth connectivity
  • Lacks IP rating for water and sweat resistance.

One of the Latest entries of Noble Audio into the world of audio is its Falcon ANC true wireless earbuds. Noble Audio Falcon ANC come with a Hybrid noise cancellation for reduce background voice effectively. Another point on the brighter side is that the earbuds have a snapdragon sound with advance aptx, aptx adaptive, AAC, and SBC audio codec support. Noble Falcon ANC app provides a wide selection of settings and customization.

In addition, the Falcon ANC offers an Multi pairing and multipoint connections with Hear-through and APTX VOICE supported. Furthermore, it is powered by Qualcomm SoC QCC3056 Chip. Noble Audio is best for providing a wireless experience that feels uniquely audiophile, the latest FoKus Pro has made this idea a reality.

Read Full ReviewNoble Audio Falcon ANC Review

2. Noble Fokus Pro Headset

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Key point:

– 8.2mm dynamic driver
– 2 Knowles balanced armature drivers
– Bluetooth 5.2
– QualComm SoC QCC3040 chip
– SBC, ACC, AptX and AptX adaptive codecs
– 500mah battery

Today’s Deal:

  • Good Sound
  • ApTX Codec and ANC support
  • Premium Quality Design
  • A bit costly
  • Sensitive touch control

Speaking of the Focus Pro, an audiophile TWS with the Wizard’s touch. Coming on the heels of Noble’s highly acclaimed Falcon Pro, the Noble FoKus Pro once again raises the bar in terms of sound quality and design. It features a hybrid three driver configuration, with a custom made 8.2mm dynamic driver and 2 Knowles balanced armature drivers. Moreover, the FoKus Pro utilizes the QualComm SoC QCC3040 chip and Bluetooth 5.2. It supports SBC, ACC, AptX and AptX adaptive codecs. The ergonomic shell is 3D printed with a semi-custom low profile shape, a designer faceplate and embedded touch sensor. In addition, the Battery life is an expected 7.5 hours at 50% volume and the designer metal charging case has a 500mah battery.

Read Full Review- Noble Audio Focus Pro Review

3. Noble Audio DXII Headset

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Key point:

– Smooth red carbon backplate coating
– 12mm single dynamic driver
– “W” sound signature
– 35 Ohms impedance

Today’s Deal:

  • Warm lows
  • Strong mids
  • Great soundstage
  • Great value for the price
  • Slightly bulky
  • Less high-mid definition
  • Sound Curve might not be for everybody

Noble audio is one of the most stylish and respected manufacturers of artisanal in-ear monitors in recent era. One of the recent members include into their house is the DXII. At $599, you can get the best in class quality and decent performance. On the contrary, have a chance to buy a high-quality IEM at a relatively accessible price range. In general, all the headphones or ear buds release in past couple of years has been unique and fabulous. especially the “JADE”.

Moreover, the Noble Audio DXII includes a 12mm single dynamic driver with gold-plated brass chassis. The DXII also come with a 35 Ohms impedance. However, the impedance ranging between 20-40ohms is said to be a decent choice for casual music listeners and 64 or above for an audiophilia. That means the headset is great choice for listeners who want a clear and loud music for longer hours.

Read Full Review: Noble Audio DXII Review

4. Noble Audio Sage Wizard Edition 

Key point:

– Deep sound
– Two adjustable armature drivers
– Two pin connectors
– 3.5mm jack.

Today’s Deal:

  • Sound great
  • Premium built
  • Color combination excellent
  • Missing IP ratings for water and sweat resistance
  • Average bass

The Noble Audio always come in a different looks and stunning color combination. I have already reviewed the Noble Audio DXII and Noble Audio Focus Pro. Both are magnificent in their respected price range. The balance, detail, speed and versatility are the things I found in those headphones. Thus, if you listen to all kinds of genres, Noble might be your brand. Moreover, i’m testing the Sage Wizard Edition, a one-of-a-kind bud design that catches the eye. Finally, these are excellent wired earbuds that sound good, have solid design capabilities and have many features that you can choose to take advantage of.

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