Noble introduces a new lower-priced in-ear headphone

The audiophile specialist goes mass market.
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Noble EDC Velvet

Known for its high-end in-ear monitors, Noble Audio is now bringing its highly-regarded sound quality to the masses with the new EDC Velvet. Sleek and compact, the Velvet features a single 5.8mm dynamic driver that's wrapped in a precision-machined aluminum housing and is equipped with reflective cables with a Vectran fiber weave. Noble describes the sound profile as a "warm, pleasant sound with a solid low-end" and it features an impedance less than 35 ohm.

$129, ($96 early pricing), nobleaudio.com

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