The In-Ear Stick from Fischer Amps is a portable front-end headphone amplifier designed to be used on stage with either a balanced mono or an unbalanced stereo signal. It receives signal via its Neutrik combination XLR / 1/4" terminal, boasts an aluminum housing, and is comparatively lightweight at 4.2 oz. It features Burr Brown op-amps to ensure a dependable performance with minimal distortion and a flat frequency response, as well as a built-in electronic limiter in the input section to preserve your hearing. This unit is powered by two AAA batteries, lasting on average longer than 10 hours per set of batteries.
- For Use On Stage
- Balanced Mono or Unbalanced Stereo Input
- Neutrik Combo XLR / 1/4" Jack
- Aluminum Housing
Fischer Amps 960-00334 Overview
Fischer Amps 960-00334 Specs
|Number of Headphone Channels|
|Headphone Output Power|
100 mW per Side into 16 Ohms
|Analog Audio I/O|
1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Stereo Output
1 x Combo XLR-1/4" TRS Input
2 x AAA
|Approximate Battery Life|
5.5 x 1.2 x 1.4" / 14 x 3 x 3.5 cm
4.2 oz / 120.0 g
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)|
6.1 x 3.15 x 2.3"
Fischer Amps 960-00334 Reviews
Great headphone amps
Amazing slick and sound really good
Soild & Well Made
I bought this for providing audio during film shoots. The design seems really tough, all metal construction. Looks like something that could be dropped on the floor a few times and still keep working. Good clean amps, but not a huge amount of gain. A few very minor critiques: uses AAA batteries ( I would have preferred AA as everything else on set uses AA), case is easy to open with ballpoint pin but can be put on backwards and then does not quite lock when closed (either make it impossible to put on backwards or it should lock when on backwards), two internal circuit board switches (mono/stereo and low/high power mode) the low/high power switch is hidden and not easily visible. It is a little awkward to have to access circuit board switches to adjust these settings. Overall very happy with the product.
Amazing sound quality and very sleek.
It's a great little headphone amp with great sound. Plenty of head room and the limiter is an ear saver. Hard to remember I'm wired as it's so lightweight and unobtrusive. Burr Brown Amp is impressive as is the urn time of 11 hours on two AAA's. Great alternative to wireless.
The best wired in-ear amp
This is the best personal wired in-ear amplifier. Great spund quality, balanced input or stereo input (configurable). XLR and TRS input... all that you need for an excelent wired personal in-ear monitoring.
perfect problem solver
I really dislike using a wedge monitor on stage, and instead always request a line from the engineer so I can control my own IEM volume. I use a little Mackie mixer for monitoring when I've got a whole keyboard rig going, but it's way overkill if I'm just playing piano. The Fischer In-Ear Stick is perfect: stereo or mono, quarter inch or XLR, high or low power, and it's built like a tank. A pair of AAA batteries, which lasts upwards of 9-10 hours, is a fair trade-off for the tiny bit of space this thing takes up on my belt. Love it!
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