Noble Audio has made some waves with the announcement of their first True Wireless earphone: the Falcon TWS. Also coming down the pipeline is the Tux 5, an IEM priced at $1299. And the option to add an exotic, one-of-a-kind Prestige finish to their Khan IEM.
Noble Audio Falcon TWS
Arguably the most exciting part of the announcement to Noble fans and newcomers alike is the Falcon TrueWireless.
Currently available in Japan, the Falcon will be the company’s first and only wireless offering. And while Noble Audio may be famous for their high-end models, the Falcon is set to retail at only $156.
It utilizes dual carbon layered drivers, a 10 hour quick-charge battery, Bluetooth 5.0, Qualcomm APTx and TrueWireless Stereo Plus technology. Additionally, the Tux 5 is described as a sonic cross between the Kaiser 10 and Savant II.
And considering that the Falcon costs a mere fraction of what either the Kaiser or Savant costs, we can reasonably expect the Falcon to be an excellent, ‘beginner-friendly’ entry point into the world of Noble Audio.
Preorder the Falcon TWS here.
Noble Audio Tux 5
And for those already well-acquainted with Noble Audio, the Tux 5 seeks to provide some new competition in the $1000-$2000 price bracket.
Looking as snazzy as the namesake, the Tux 5 uses a single dynamic driver and four balanced armatures. Also included is a matching black-and-white 8-core copper cable (great value right there), and sounds like a “Baby Khan with a slightly smoother sound in the highs”.
Preorder the Tux 5 here.
Lastly, while not a totally new product, Noble Audio now allows their Khan IEM to be fit with a one-of-a-kind Prestige design. Made out of solid materials ranging from aerospace-grade aluminum to pine cones and beehives, Prestige pieces are handmade and completely unique.
Already available for the Kaiser Encore and Katana, the Khan will now be included in the Prestige lineup at $3999. Plus, owners of the Khan can send their units to Noble to be Prestige’d for $2000.
Preorder the Khan Prestige Universal here.
Read the original announcement here.
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