Noble Audio turns to 3-D printing to cut the queues
Noble Audio has launched a range of 3-D printed CIEMs, dramatically reducing waiting times for bespoke-fit in-ear monitors.
Noble Audio has introduced the very latest Stereolithography (SLA) 3-D printing technology to its world-leading range of IEMs (in-ear monitors).
Its new five-strong SLA range of custom-fit IEMs (CIEMs), uses advanced 3-D printing techniques to slash waiting times to under a fortnight, bringing bespoke-fit monitors to enthusiasts’ ears faster than ever before.
The new SLA range is made in the USA with typical waiting times of around 10 days from the receipt of ear-impressions. There are five custom-fit models available, covering a range of performance and price points: Noble 4SLA (£399); Noble 5SLA (£499), Noble 6SLA (£599); the new Savant SLA (£699) and flagship 10-driver Kaiser 10SSLA (£820).
Each model features a hypoallergenic, FDA-approved (US Food and Drug Administration) lacquer, which also ensures a high-quality finish.
The SLA range is available in four colours – black, red, gold and blue.
Personal ear impressions can be taken by a local audiologist; in the UK, Noble’s agent Gisele Flower of Aid2hearing.co.uk provides this particular service.
Impressions of customers’ ears are then scanned, digitised and stored making it convenient to order replacements, additional sets, or other models from the range
The SLA range is available now, priced from £399 (excluding impression-taking).
For more details head on over to the Noble Audio UK website.