roksponsmallNoble Audio,has announced its Black Friday/Cyber Monday event: 15% off all IEMs and CIEMS, plus a free BTS Bluetooth adaptor with its new co-flagships, Kaiser Encore and Katana. Noble will be offering the 15% discount on all models: both its universal-fit and custom-fit in-ear monitors for a four-day period.

The 2016 event is the biggest in the company’s history and the promotion also includes Noble’s newly launched Katana flagship and its brand new Kaiser Encore both of which use Noble’s brand new proprietary drive units.

Noble’s BTS Bluetooth system, which comes free with Katana and Kaiser Encore, allows consumers to retain the performance benefits of in-ear monitors and headphones, while enjoying the freedom that wireless operation brings. BTS also enables the iPhone 7, which no longer benefits from a 3.5mm headphone jack, to continue to be used with legacy headphones, with a simple Bluetooth connection. The Noble Audio Black Friday/Cyber Monday event sale will begin on the 25th of November at 12:00am PST (Pacific Standard Time) or 08.00am in the UK (GMT) and will run until November 28th 12:59pm PST or 08.00am (Tuesday 29th GMT).

*free BTS – while stocks last and rush orders excluded from discount event


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