In August 2018, Noble Audio announced that the company was working on a very exciting line-up of products mainly IEMs. During the same time, they launched their new flagship model Khan, which the company claims, marks a new page in the history of Noble Audio.
Initially developed specifically for customers who love the K10 with 10 drivers configuration (their most successful outing yet!), the Khan finally gained a reference sound that surpassed the Katana (their previous flagship). The company is publicizing the Khan IEMs as the representative of the new Noble Audio flagship.
Noble Audio has used balanced armature drivers for all IEM products so far, except for the EDC series, which features dynamic drivers. But everyone knows that all IEMs have some technical limitations and nothing is perfect. So, it looks imperative that the company is working on developing a new technology by adopting the dynamic drivers (for lows), balanced armature drivers (for mids) & the piezo-electric drivers that has more precise response and high-speed vibrating movement, for high-resolution playback (for highs). The final product: the Khan.
In addition, the company has prescribed certain precautions when the users will be using some USB DAC built-in headphone adapters, the amplifier may not be able to drive the Khan, and the sound may break, be distorted, or generate noise.When used in combination with a smartphone, Noble Audio recommends that you check the compatibility in advance to get the best output from the IEMs.The Noble Audio Khan is priced at around ₹1,75,000 in the global market. It will be available on pre-order soon on Headphone Zone.