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post #121 of 2998

Well I went to buy them, but they are out of stock at Bugden Audio. Anyone know of anywhere else to buy these in the US?

post #122 of 2998

I think it's that they aren't in stock yet...

 

They were supposed to come in at the end of May.  I'm pretty sure it's the only North American distributor for the Fischers, so at this point it's probably either ordering from Russia or hoping they show up at Bugden soon.

post #123 of 2998

Oh, I thought I did see them in stock there before. Maybe not.

 

Thanks, just wondering if someone knew of somewhere else to get them.

 

I can wait. (I should wait anyway!).

post #124 of 2998
They aren't in stock on eBay either.
post #125 of 2998
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Originally Posted by andreiru View Post

They aren't in stock on eBay either.


Be patient. I think Bugden Audio should have some soon.

post #126 of 2998

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Edited by ethan961 - 8/18/10 at 5:51pm
post #127 of 2998
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The ones that came in at the end of May already sold unfortunately. I am seeing when I can next get more in, hopefully soon.


WOW.

post #128 of 2998

Is this available in the USA anywhere? I can't find hide nor hair regarding these,............................

post #129 of 2998

so what's the main difference between the 002 and 003 sound signatures?  does being open change anything about the 002?  sorry for asking the question in the 003 thread.  i'm considering buying a good entry/mid level set of phones, and these have my interest.

post #130 of 2998
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so what's the main difference between the 002 and 003 sound signatures?  does being open change anything about the 002?  sorry for asking the question in the 003 thread.  i'm considering buying a good entry/mid level set of phones, and these have my interest.



http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/495561/review-fischer-audio-fa-002-and-fa-003-two-to-tango

post #131 of 2998


hmm, thanks for pointing that out, but i already read it on inearmatters.  i leaf through the thread for impressions though.

post #132 of 2998
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Originally Posted by germanturkey View Post

so what's the main difference between the 002 and 003 sound signatures?  does being open change anything about the 002?  sorry for asking the question in the 003 thread.  i'm considering buying a good entry/mid level set of phones, and these have my interest.


The main difference is that the 002's sound like closed cans while the 003's sound like open cans. The FA-003 is much more neutral sounding than the FA-002. The FA-003's also isolate extremely well.

 

Keep in mind that only the housing is different and Fischer will soon allow you to change them to your liking. If you own an FA-003, you can buy the parts to make them into FA-002's and vice-versa.

 

All that said, I'd put my money on the FA-003's.

post #133 of 2998
I'm after the 004s. My friend has 003 & 004, & I seem to really enjoy the coloured sound of the 004s!
post #134 of 2998

I have been wanting a pair of HD600s, not 650s, but I understand that well modded HD555s sound very similar, but I to have a CLOSED can that can sound like my 10 year old, modded, set of HD555s (mmmmmm the sound of yum), would be sweet. I have been having bettr luck with closed cans. I think the DT880s are semi-open, but I messed up and broke part of them, and no answer as to how to get replacement parts, other than that, every other can I have is closed and each sounds great. The HD555s, well, they are open for sure, but it took a lot of work to ge them to actually sound their best. They are also showing their age in terms of cracking plastic, I am fixing it, but it is cat and mouse, eventually, I will lose my 555s, hopefully fix the DT880s, but still wish for an HD600ey sounding set of cans. Open, laid back, neutral-to-dark, but not needing a hefty amp (would love if these Fischers worked well with a 0202 USB, but have my GF DAC09, as well as my Presonus HP-4 and my Mackie Mixer if I really need some power)

post #135 of 2998

Eh?

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