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Fanny Wang 2000 Series Over Ear DJ Headphone with Remote - Black/White

2.9 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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  • Powered Amp + 50mm dual plated drivers deliver the cleanest sound reproduction in its class
  • Selectable Bass Boost switches on 6dB of rich bone-shaking bass
  • iPhone, iPad and iPod ready with remote and mic
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  • Product Dimensions: 14.9 x 12.1 x 21.6 cm ; 907 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.1 Kg
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  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: FW-2003-BLK-WHI
  • ASIN: B006Q6RAAA
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 25 April 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Description

From the studio to the club, the Fanny Wang 2000 Series Over Ear DJ Headphones feature luxury powered sound complimented by our selectable bass boost switch. By supporting the supple mids and highs, this makes our Over Ear DJ Headphones the most versatile tool in your audio arsenal.

Packaging

2003 Series Packaging
2003 Series packaging certainly catches the eye
Eye-catching and functional, you can't miss noticing Fanny Wang's headphones. The attractive Fanny Wang headphone package contains an impressive array of tools to enhance your audio experience. If so much attention to the packaging impresses you, wait until you hear what's inside.

Duo Jack

The first social headphones. Music was meant to be shared – and with Fanny Wang’s Duo Jack, it’s easy to invite a friend to tune into your music. The Duo Jack comes standard on every set of Fanny Wang’s. Go on, be social – share your music…

Apple Compatibility

iPhone, iPad and iPod ready with remote and mic: Made for iPod touch (2nd, 3rd and 4th generation), iPod classic, iPod nano (4th, 5th and 6th generation), iPod shuffle (3rd and 4th generation), iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad (3G and WiFi) and iPad 2 (3G and WiFi).

Intelligent Design

Design features include a captive (lanyard) battery door.

Apple Friendly

An Apple remote is built into the connecting cord to control volume and track changes and to talk on the phone.

Sound

Backed by technology-based sound engineering, the powered 50mm dual-plated matched drivers add heft to the bass line without muffling like so many other products in this category, while supporting the supple mids and highs that make Fanny Wang headphones the most versatile tool in your audio collection.

Bass Boost

2003 Series Bass Boost Switch
Choose between bone-shaking bass and studio quality balanced sound
Our Bass boost switch offers 6dB of rich, bone-shaking bass, to compliment anything from urban hip hop to light rock. Our premium sound is achieved through crucial components working together to deliver the cleanest sound reproduction in its class. We are the only headphones to offer the following combination within our selectable bass boost model: 50mm drivers, magnetically shielded cables and circuity.

Auto Power Off and Pass Through Circuitry

Auto Power Off shuts down the headphones to conserve its AAA batteries when the headphones are not in use. However, even with exhausted batteries, the headphones will still work in standard mode without Bass Boost thanks to Pass Through Circuitry.

Box Contains

Set of Over Ear DJ Headphones
Carrying Case
Duo Jack Cable
Two AAA Batteries
Warranty Card
Installation Guide


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

I received these as a gift. These are by far the best headphones i have owned, the fit is really good, extremely comfortable and they look a lot better than any other over ear headphones ive ever tried on. The sound is phenomenal, with or without the bass boost (which requires batteries), the port on the cable is great so you can share music with someone sitting next to you. They also come in great packaging with a case and a certificate telling when they were made and where, small details that make a difference. Buy these, i guarantee you will be satisfied.
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First of all I used to love these headphones but, like other users I have found them to have a defective design: the left hinge broke a bit after four months but was still usable and the right totally went after 14 months. The design is very poor, and the construction even worse.

Despite contacting Fanny Wang directly they refused to do anything because it was over a year since I bought them. Amazon on the other hand have offered me a full refund.

I have now bought Bose Quiet 15s instead. They are a world apart: better ANC, smaller, more comfortable and look less like a DJ wanna be.
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First, I must say I had ordered these headphones from Fanny Wang's official website "Fannywang.com" and not Amazon - a decision I regret, and I will explain why:

1. Fanny Wang's customer service is disgraceful. Full stop. I buy a lot of electronics online and very rarely do they go wrong, but when they do I have never felt so badly treated as I have dealing with Fanny Wang co. My headphones snapped (and yours will too at some point because it's a manufacturing fault) because the shiny metal hinge plateS (-plural) you can see in the photos broke off. Those shiny metal plates are screwed in to two very flimsy plastic screw inserts. They WILL break off after regular flexing of the plastic (every time you put them on and take them off your head). Those metal plates are what reinforces the plastic headband above the hinge, an area susceptible to snapping due to regular flexure, and that's why they are there and will cause the headband to snap if they are not.

So, my FW headphones snapped after owning them for 4 months. I contacted Fanny Wang about this and the possibility of having them repaired or replaced, since it's obviously a manufacturing flaw - or so they admitted (I sent them pictures of it) and within the 2 year warranty period. Fanny Wang agreed to repair or replace it and told me to send it back to them, so I did. Despite their initial good communication in dealing with my problem before sending them off, I was not prepared for the complete lack of communication (ignoring my email's) that followed thereafter. Put it this way, the headphones were sent back on the 22nd of December 2012 and it is now coming up to April and I have NOT received by repaired or replaced headphones NOR have I received a response from them since.
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Been after a set of these for a while now and wow, did they not disappoint me. Very comfortable feeling over the ears, snug without being too tight. They have good sound even without any boost or noise reduction turned on. I would advise using a headphone burn in track (readily found on the internet) as this will bring them alive.
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The selling point of these headphones is that it has a built-in amplifier which is suppose to make listening to audio an on device a dream or as close to it as possible. Unfortunately that is not the case. At least in my experience. If you do a quick google or YouTube search for reviews on these headphones, you will hear that these are a pretty good pair of headphones that supposedly have sound quality close to that of the Audio-Technica ATH-M50 or Shure SHR-840. Many saying that it beats the likes of the "Beats by Dre" series of headphones. That may be true if you used these headphones without turning the amplifier on. The sound is indeed flat and never came across as overpowering at any part of the audio spectrum. Mainly because the sound was down to the capabilities of the audio source. It is easy to refine the sound to how you like it, and these headphones give you great flexibility in doing so as they are quite powerful and really do perform well throughout the human range of hearing.

But that is with the amp off.

Switch the amp on and you lose a lot of detail. You lose the bass that was nice and warm and present and gain ridiculous levels of treble, to the point that in order to listen to content which is just speech you will need to turn the amp off as it induces a buzzing sound and lots of distortion. The treble introduced by switching the amp on overpowers everything and there is little you can do about it with EQ except to switch the mode of "bass boost" mode. This helps by boosting the lower end of the spectrum, only now you have shrilling highs and boomy lows. The bass is not refined, nor does it retain any of the quality it had when listening to the headphones with the amp off. Personally, the sound in general has become a mess when using the built-in amp.
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