Here is my review: http://www.head-fi.org/t/620920/review-fischer-audio-fa-004wh-for-those-treble-lovers-on-a-budget My unboxing:
Member Reviews: Fischer Audio FA-004
Pros: Attrractive, light weight, comfort, PRICE!!!
Cons: Slightly boomy bass, lack of ambiant detail in recordings
Fischer Audio’s FA-004 NOTE***These are my subjective opinions and should be taken as such. I always recommend you listen for yourself before you decide to make a purchase.***NOTE SPEC’S: •› Frequency range: 20-20000 Hz •› Sensitivity: 104 dB •› Impedance: 32 Om •› Input power: 180 mW •› Length of a cable: 1.25 M •› Colors available: black (Bk), brown (Br). •› Includes: 6.3 mm jack adapter. EQUIPMENT USED ON THIS REVIEW: •Portable set-up: Sansa Clip+ (Rockboxed) ->UE Mini2Mini ->RSA Shadow •Portable set-up: Ipod 5.5G -> ALO Cotton Dock -> RSA Shadow •Home Rig 1: Sony D-25S -> UE Mini2Mini from Line out-> Heed CanAmp •Home Rig 2: Denon DCD 1560 CD Player...(read more)
Pros: attractive, light weight, comfy, great mids, affordable
Cons: rolled off sub bass, less than realistic treble
The Fischer Audio FA-004 is an enigma wrapped in a riddle, wrapped in an enigma. This Russian headphone has just garnered attention recently in the Western world. And, with a selling price of $67 at Bugden Audio, it should hopefully take off as a really viable option for someone looking for a portable, nice sounding set of closed cans at a budget price. So, what does this cheapy set of cans sound like? Well, that's the enigma. They are smallish, barely-circumaural cans. And, as a result, they simply aren't able to convey the nuances of more expensive and more full-size headphones. But what they do offer is a sound signature that is tuned to give you a lot of enjoyment. ...(read more)