Dynamic drivers provides crystal-clear sound and enhanced bass with excellent depth and detail resolution. The 110 is like going to a concert and hearing your favorite act (YOU) through a semi full of PA. The sound is full and in your face. Lows are punchy and tight. The mid and upper registers are present warm and smooth.
The benefit of the FCS110s. 10.2mm Dynamic over the multi-driver armatures on the market is there are no electronic or comb filtering artifacts, no phase issues, and no crossover dropouts. The result is a consistent and huge soundstage from 18Hz to 20kHz. The FCS110 dynamic driver is a moving speaker , youll get bone induction and will feel the sound not just hear it. This helps you to not need as much volume to do your job.
Its also a way more enjoyable listening experience. The FCS110 sounds as good as earphones costing hundreds more. Its the best bang for the buck on the market today. Frequency Range: 18Hz - 20kHz. Cable Type: MMCX w/formable wires.
My primary business is Freq City Sound a regional sound lighting and staging company in Cincinnati Oh. For the last 20 years, as a side passion, Ive been a consultant to many national and regional acts on ear monitors and wireless systems. Tolerate a few lines of bragging so we can establish that I do have a clue when it comes to stage ear monitoring.
Ive provided sound/staging for Styx, Kansas, Asia, Huey Lewis, and Credence. Do me a favor and look-up my company and check the clients page. I have over 10,000 players on Freq Citys in-ear monitor customer list.
I was also the National Sales Manager for Aurisonics before Fender bought them. The Aurisonics ASGB was my creation. OK, enough blowing my own whistle and on to the reason youre reading this epic. I get an average of hundred earphones a year from companies all around the world wanting me to sell their products on the InEarGear website. I dont see the advantage of stocking another product that sounds the same as another.Thats why my website presents a limited number of items. A lot of the samples I receive are great but there's one little thing that aggravates me about them.
A little bit too much honk in the mid-range, high-end a bit too glassy, low end flappy and not tight, or overbearing, cable feels Mickey Mouse, you get my drift. This is the second Earphone Ive received that ended up a winner.
The original product I was mailed was designed for personal listening. Obviously, a stage earphone needs to handle a lot more SPL.Our result is totally stage worthy. The reason this one is a winner is the price point. There are two products in the same league sound and spec wise. The Fender FXA2 (Old Aurisonics Kicker) and the Future Sonics G10. The FCS110 has a 10.2mm Dynamic. A dynamic driver is a full range speaker. There are no electronic or comb filtering artifacts, no phase issues, and no crossover dropouts. The driver actually moves air, so you feel the sound, not just hear it. Every frequency is there and sounds correct. By correct, ever go to hear a band where you thought to yourself, damn that kick drum is bad ass? Or How does that sound guy get the vocals out front like that? Youll also wonder (but wont say anything) why theyre so inexpensive?
With all dynamic drivers, the seal or seating of the earphone in your ear canal is critical to getting 100% of the sound the earphone can produce. Included is a serious collection of tips to be certain of a proper fit. These ears will go straight to the players ears (wont be displayed on a music store shelf). My thought was to keep that twelve dollars in your wallets. Behringer P2, Ultra-Compact Personal In-Ear Monitor Amplifier.
Whether you're a keyboardist, drummer, or other musician whose performance keeps you anchored in one spot, the P2, Ultra-Compact Personal In-Ear Monitor Amplifier from Behringer is designed for you. It is a convenient hard-wired personal in-ear control center with a belt pack that can be used with your favorite headphones, earbuds, or custom-molded professional in-ear monitors (IEMs).
Built with an XLR/TRS combo input connector, it features a locking mechanism to prevent accidental mic cable disconnects. Press on the tab next to the bottom-mounted connector to release the cable at the end of your gig. The P2's XLR input accepts balanced line level signals taken directly from your mixer, which allows you to control the volume of the onboard amplifier. The internal Mono/Stereo switch lets you choose the mode that best fits your needs.
When connecting a headphone output, use the stereo source. If using your mixer's aux send, use the mono source.
In addition, the P2 Ultra-Compact Personal In-Ear Monitor Amplifier is built-like-a-tank to be "drummer proof". Featuring an impact-resistant metal chassis, the P2 was made for the road and delivers dependable, high-quality performance. Whether you're a keyboardist, drummer, or other musician whose performance keeps you anchored in one spot, the P2 Ultra-Compact Personal In-Ear Monitor Amplifier is a convenient hard-wired personal in-ear control center. The P2's belt pack puts monitor control at your fingertips. You can use your favorite headphones, earbuds or custom-molded professional In-Ear Monitors (IEMs) with the P2, thanks to the top-mounted, standard 1/8 (3.5mm) stereo output jack.
P2's XLR/TRS combo input connector features a locking mechanism to prevent accidental mic cable disconnects. Just press the tab next to the bottom-mounted connector to release the cable at the end of your gig. It accepts balanced line signals taken from your mixer, allowing you to control the volume of the onboard amplifier. The P2's internal Mono/Stereo switch lets you choose the mode that best fits your needs. When using a mixer's aux send or any other mono source, move the switch to the Mono position.
For connecting to a headphone output or other stereo source, simply set the switch to Stereo and use an XLR-to-TRS or TRS-to-TRS (male to male) cable. The P2 features a high-quality level control with an on/off switch for dialing in the right level every time.
The detented control stays where you put it. XLR/TRS combo input connector with locking mechanism. 1/8 (3.5 mm) stereo jack. Level control with power on/off switch.
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Let's talk a little bit about how to get a signal to your hardwired in ear monitor amp. On standard analog boards you have a number of auxiliary sends. If you look at a channel strip you'll see the fader, EQ section, and AUX send section. You'll need one of those auxiliary sends to be open in order for you to get a personal mix. AUX SENDS are commonly used for sending reverb, delay or a monitor mix.
If you have an open auxiliary send that will be your mix. On the back of the console you'll see the AUX outputs. Take that output whether it be a tip ring sleeve (TRS) or an XLR from that output straight to your hardwired in ear monitor amplifier.The mix of instruments and vocals will be done at the console. You'll have overall volume control at your amp.
Let's say you've chosen AUX 1 as your mix. Go to the guitar channel and on that channel turn up AUX 1.Repeat this for every instrument plugged into the console to create your own personal monitor mix. It's pretty much the same on the new digital consoles and rack mixers only you have a lot more flexibility. Many digital consoles and rack consoles for ipad have as many as 10 AUX sends where our old analog boards, we were lucky to see 6. You also have the ability within your AUX SEND to EQ your mix, ad reverb etc.
The process is essentially the same though. Your AUX SEND is your in ear monitor mix.There are a lot of creative ways to get a mix with a personal amp even if you don't have an AUX SEND on your console. Several of the monitor amps have two inputs, some three. Meaning, you plug your microphone in to the amp and then out of the other side on to the console. You now have control of that microphone volume in your ear. Now we need to consider what goes into the other input of the amplifier. Let's say you're mixing console doesn't have enough open AUX SEND's to give you your own personal monitor mix. Get a split from what ever monitor mix their sending and plug it into the other side of your amp. Now you have an overall monitor mix and you were vocal as loud as you want. Let's just take a split of the front of house mix and run it in to channel 2. Now you have a nice balanced full band signal to mix in your vocal and as needed.
I'm just thinking out loud here. How about we set a microphone in the room and run it into the second channel of your monitor amp. I'm sure there are several more ideas we could come up with.
They all have their pluses and drawbacks but what I'm trying to get through is the versatility of a personal monitor amp. If you guys come up with anything new get it to me and I'll add it to our list. The item "In Ear Monitor Hard-Wired Belt Pack System withBehringer P2 & FCS110 Earphones" is in sale since Monday, August 21, 2017.This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Pro Audio Equipment\Speakers & Monitors". The seller is "zolton2" and is located in Cincinnati, Ohio. This item can be shipped worldwide.