Fischer Audio FA-003 (new version)

9 01 2012

Introduction

To start this, I would like to greet David from Frogbeats for making this review possible. They are the most known retailer for this Fischer Audio product, so be sure to check out their site.

Fischer Audio is known for their great Audio Eterna IEM, which managed to deliver a “full” sound without compromising much the rest of the spectrum. This time, I’m going to review a closed  circumaural headphone, the FA-003. These are the newer version, which received a facelift from the previous versions. The previous version had quite a high hype on head-fi, so I was really looking forward to hear those, and see if that hype was justified.

As I said in my former reviews, my primary musical choices are electronic music, dance, drum and bass and some dubstep. It is said that the FA-003 are excellent all-rounders due to their relatively flat response, so I’ll try to hear as many types of music as I can.

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Fischer Audio Genesis and Golden Wasps

9 01 2012

Introduction

To start this, I would like to greet David from Frogbeats for making this review possible. A great customer service, so be sure to check out their site.

 

Fischer Audio is known for their great Audio Eterna IEM, which managed to deliver a “full” sound without compromising much the rest of the spectrum. Today I will review two models from Fischer Audio: the Fischer Audio golden wasps and the Fischer Audio Genesis. Will any of these following alternatives be up to their predecessor?

 

As I said in my former reviews, my primary musical choices are electronic music, dance, drum and bass and some dubstep. I wanted very much to give a listen to the eternity as they are said to have a lot of bass without compromising much the rest. I love bass and I have it as a guilty pleasure, so bass-heavy headphones are never a problem for whenever I want to hear something more relaxed.

 

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SoundMAGIC P30

9 01 2012

Introduction

 

Once again I would like to show my gratitude to Michael Lin from SoundMAGIC whom without this review would be impossible.

As you may already know, Soundmagic is no unknown brand to audiophiles who are on a budget. This company success goes way back, beginning with the success of the bang for the buck headphone, the PL30.

The P30 was released in this year’s spring, along with other products, including the E10, the Eh11 and the E30. The P30 is the first time SoundMAGIC has released a product in the portable headphone sections. As I said in my former reviews, my primary musical choices are electronic music, dance, drum and bass and some dubstep. I was quite anxious to hear what SoundMAGIC had achieved with these and I think they made quite a product.

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SoundMAGIC E30

9 01 2012

Introduction 

Once again I would like to show my gratitude to Michael Lin from SoundMAGIC whom without this review would be impossible. Also thanks to Liyan for the great costumer service.
As you may already know, Soundmagic is no unknown brand to audiophiles who are on a budget. This company success goes way back, beginning with the success of the bang for the buck headphone, the PL30.
The E30 was released in this year’s spring, along with other products, including the E10, the Eh11 and the P30. The E30 is the natural evolution of the known P30. As I said in my former reviews, my primary musical choices are electronic music, dance, drum and bass and some dubstep. Due to former reviews about these, my expectations were quite high with these.
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Meelectronics CC51

9 01 2012

Introduction  First of all I would like to thank to Mike at Meelectronics for sending out this sample of the Meelctronics CC51 for me to review. He was very kind and was always willing to help throughout the process. I had big hopes for these IEM. My primary musical choices are electronic music, dance, drum and bass and some dubstep, so these phones must feel “at home” so to speak. But I will also listen to some other genres to see how well these phones perform.

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SoundMAGIC EH11

9 01 2012

Introduction – I would like to begin this review by saying thanks to Michael from Soundmagic for making this review possible.

As you may already know, Soundmagic is no unknown brand to audiophiles who are on a budget.  This company success goes way back, beginning with the success of the bang for the buck headphone, the PL30.

The EH11 was released in this year’s spring, along with other products, including the E10, the E30 and the P30. The EH11 is the in-ear version of the older product of Soundmagic, the EH10.  As I said in my former reviews, my primary musical choices are electronic music, dance, drum and bass and some dubstep. But as these IEM are meant to be used “on the move”, I will also hear my running soundtracks.

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HiFiMAN 242

9 01 2012

Introduction  Hello and on first hand I would like to thanks Ms. T from HiFiMAN for sending the sample that made this review possible. Also a big plus is the quality of their customer service always willing to help, and very friendly throughout the process.

Being these a pre-production sample, my review may not reflect the quality of the final product.

At first, I didn’t know what to expect from these as the review floating around the internet had very ambiguous results. But coming from HiFiMAN I knew I could expect at least some good quality IEM’s. My primary musical choices are electronic music, dance, drum and bass and some dubstep. But I will also listen to some other genres to see how well these phones perform. Read the rest of this entry »