Features: Simple controls that do exactly what they should coupled with enough input/output options to be very versatile indeed! It does exactly what I need it to do and nothing I don't need!
Comfort: The belt clip doesn't quite let it hang right on a back pocket and makes my pocket gape but apart from that it's of very minor weight and I barely notice I'm wearing it!
Sound: I use this with a pair of Ultimate Ears Triple fi.10 and the sound quality was pure crystal, I can hear myself and my bandmates superbly, no harshness of top end and no weird mid-bumps! Just smooth response and crystal clarity!
Quality: The housing feels really sturdy and the knobs are smooth and firm in operation, every thing about it feels of the highest quality.
Conclusions: Superbly made, hi-fi sounding, wired belt pack, couple it with some excellent in ears and you're completely set! The price of these is astonishly low for the sound quality they produce! Recommended!
We use these powered IEM packs for backline instruments and they are certainly powerful and clear. We never really used them in stereo as we run our mixes in mono. The most disappointing element is the fact they over time they just fell apart. The battery housings fall off with regular battery replacement and the battery connection then became problematic. Also the jack sockets quickly became unreliable and the audio would frequently cut out. For a product that is made to be belt clipped the individual elements need to be more durable just as the casing (apart from the battery cover) are.
I've been using this pack now for five years. I love it. It is such a versatile little unit. When I started using in-ears I didn't like the loss of control over my bass sound/level - or having to catch the soundguy's attention if I needed the level changed. With this pack I have my own bass signal going into one channel and everything else going into the other channel. Then by using the blend know I can alter the relative levels whenever I need to.
One other amazing feature is the ability to switch between stereo mode and dual mono mode. In stereo both signals are present in both ears and the blend knob controls how much of each signal is sent to both ears. In dual mono mode one signal is sent to the left ear, the other to the right. I find this really useful for my gigs where I'm playing double bass - so I have my bass signal in my left ear (and where the bass physically is) and the band mix in my right ear. I find this is a great feature that can let me focus on my own instrument without fighting to be heard over the other instruments.
This unit is built like a tank and can withstand the punishment that it gets from being flung around on tour. A great alternative to wireless IEM's it perfectly suited for or backline where sound quality and stereo mix only help give the boys exactly what they need in their ears! with the option of being battery powered (9v) or from a power supply it has the flexibility of being used in an install or part of a House Band set up. Much easier and cheaper than foldback wedges, amps and leads!!! A serious contender!
I use the Fischer body pack on an almost weekly basis for gigs. It's easy to use and well constructed - I haven't had any problems with it in over a year of gigging. As a bassist I don't move around much on stage so I didn't want to buy a wireless system and the body pack provides a good alternative. I run an xlr cable from the mixing desk and clip the body pack onto my bass strap - I find this makes volume adjustments easier while playing and feels less intrusive than having the pack attached to my belt.
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