Revelations Become Balance – Fischer Amps Rapture IEMs Review
Fischer AMPs is an IEM or In-Ear Monitor made by Fischer AMPs in Germany, Europe. They are currently sold for 450 EURO or 450 USD, depending on where you live. This means that they will get compared to other pro-level IEMs, like The Custom Art Fibae Black, but also with IMR R2 Aten, a very potent multi-signature IEM, and with FiiO FH7, a very prominent IEM priced at 420 USD. The pairing list will include iBasso DX160, FiiO M11, and Shanling M2X.
Fischer Amps are actually an old established company, which has been creating music tools for over 20 years to this point. This being said, they aren’t quite as known as other companies, because they focused on the music production and recording scene for the past twenty years, only recently their products having been discovered as very prompt, and good-sounding for their price, and enjoyable for music listening too. This being said, if you want to get a better look at their product offer, Fischer AMPs has a wide selection of IEM / Earphone AMPs, custom IEMs, and also percussion and drummer accessories. They provide good warranty, standard with the European Laws.
It should be noted that I have absolutely no affiliation with Fischer AMPs, I am not receiving any incentive for this review or to sweeten things out. I’d like to thank Fischer AMPs for providing the sample for this review. This review reflects my personal experience with Fischer AMPs Rapture. Every opinion expressed is mine and I stand by it, the purpose of this review is to help those interested in Fischer AMPs Rapture find their next music companion.
You can purchase Fischer AMPs IEMs, and other Fischer AMPs products on www.amazon.com here: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=as_li_ss_tl?k=Fischer+Amps
First things first, let’s get the packaging out of the way:
The package for the Rapture is not quite as typical for an IEM as that of FiiO FA7, or even Dunu DK-4001, this time we have something that looks a bit like a worker’s toolkit, and indeed, those IEMs were made to act like the tools for a worker, but not a handy installer for home appliances, but rather for workers in the audio industry.
You receive a nice package, which includes some nice stickers, a handy carrying case, tips, a single-ended cable, a cleaning tool, and a shirt clip.
Other than this, there’s nothing else, but while the carrying case looks a bit silly at first (the plastic one), it has enough space for a DAP, and offers excellent protection for the IEMs.
For those who like to be sleek, the textured hard carrying case will do just fine.
What to look for when purchasing a high-end In-Ear Monitor
(Build Quality, Sound Quality & Portability on the 2nd Page)