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Fischer Amps Receives German Design Council Innovation Award For In-Ear Stick

Lightweight front-end headphone amp for balanced mono or unbalanced stereo signal named winner in the category Excellence in B2B > Electronic Industry.

Fischer Amps has been recognized by the German Design council with the Innovation Award for its In-Ear Stick bodypack headphone amplifier for pro audio.

The In-Ear Stick has been developed and manufactured by Fischer Amps in Germany as a small and light-weight front-end headphone amp for use on stage with a balanced mono signal or unbalanced stereo signal.

Input signal comes in via Neutral combo xlr-1/4-inch jack-connector. It offers touring quality standards with an aluminum housing and stainless steel belt holder. The simple design features Burr brown op-amplifiers for audio performance with 2 ohms output impedance, minimum distortion and a flat frequency response. Electronic limiter design in the input section offers protection for hearing. The unit is battery powered from 2 AAA cells and allows more than 11 hours working time with one battery set.

The German Innovation Award is a new innovation prize given by the German Design Council that awards undertakings that have an impact, added value, small details or new solutions they engender. The Fischer Amps In-Ear Stick is winner in the category Excellence in B2B > Electronic Industry.

Criteria for evaluation included: User benefit, economic sustainability, functionality and operability, economic efficiency, longevity and quality, market maturity, technical quality and function.

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