Fanny Wang 1000 Series On-Ear Wangs Luxury Headphones with Apple Integrated Remote and Mic - Black (FW-1003-BLK)
- Custom paired titanium-plated drivers
- Integrated Duo Jack (in-line cable splitter) that lets you add friends
- With Apple integrated remote
- Backed by a 2 year warranty
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The 1000 Series offers several iconic Fanny Wang design features including a sleek and modern headband, collapsible tri-fold design, removable cord, sturdy aluminum hinges, and ear cups that combine supreme functionality with comfort. An Apple-compatible integrated remote and Duo Jack splitter round out the package for added versatility.
Fanny Wang takes audio accessories to the next level by combining superior sound quality with high-fashion. The 1000 Series of on-ear headphones are tuned to deliver natural, thumping bass with crystal clear mids and highs. Sound balance and clarity are the most essential characteristics of the Fanny Wang audio experience.
Duo Jack Included
Fanny Wang set themselves apart from other headphone brands, seen in superior sound quality and attention to detail. With every pair of Fanny Wang Headphones comes a Duo Jack in-line splitter, allowing you to share your music with a friend without any loss of clarity. The Duo Jack is just one example of Fanny Wang's exceptional eye for detail.
High Performance Drivers
The 1000 Series features high performance, titanium-plated, matched 40mm drivers that deliver crystal clear mids and highs without overdoing the bass--giving you a more natural-sounding, balanced audiophile experience.
Fanny Wang's integrated Apple remote means the 1000 Series is iPhone ready with remote music and mic controls. Use the 1000 Series with your iPod, iPad, or iPhone.
The tri-fold design of the Fanny Wang 1000 series makes these headphones easy to stash, stow and protect.
Top Customer Reviews
Or so I thought. A month or two after buying them, the headband broke as I was removing them. I wasn't being especially rough with them, just bending them enough to take them off my head...and the band cracked all the way through, rendering them useless.
I submitted a support request through Fanny Wang's website. I heard nothing for a few days, until finally I received an email asking me to provide a proof of purchase. I did so, at which point the support rep issued me an RMA number and an address to which she wanted me to ship the headphones. It wasn't explained to me what was going to happen, but I assumed I'd be issued a new set of headphones.
No such luck. I shipped the broken headphones, with a printout of the email conversation along with the RMA number (inside the box and on the shipping label)...and heard nothing. Then more nothing. Then more nothing. I sent another support request through their website (this is the ONLY means which they provide to request help) and heard nothing. I replied to the email I initially received form the support rep...nothing. I even sent a message to Fanny Wang's facebook page...ignored.
It's been months now and I have received no word. They have my broken headphones and my money and I have nothing.
UPDATE: After I submitted a complaint to the Better Business Bureau, Fanny Wang finally got in touch and sent me new headphones. I've upgraded my rating from one to three stars accordingly.
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Save money returning products and opt for the beats. Yes they are common (ish) but there bloody good headphones if you like your bass.
Sorry for the length but anyone who read this I hope a full insight has helped you
She had a pair that was stolen and we bought Beats to replace them. That was an epic fail.
Excuse the pun, but Beats don't compete.
Owned beats before. They quite frankly fell apart. The hinge mechanism is crap.
Contrast that with the Fannie Wang earphones which use a metal mechanism.
I also like the sound compared to beats.
Nothing bad to say about Fannie Wang.
I discovered them by accident which is how my daughter got the first pair.
Unboxing. Packaging was ok. Not as nice as Dr. Dre or B+O or B+W packaging, but its okay. The inner plastic groove that holds the headphones is made from cheap flimsy plastic. However the box, casing and cloth case is nicely made.
Sound. Sound is good, it's right where I wanted it for the price. Bass is good but not as strong as some other products I demoed. I'm not an audiophile so I don't understand the terminology of high, lows and mids.
Quality. Overall construction feels nice. The plastic feels of high quality and the metal finishes are nice touches as well. So after just one day of use, the metal part on the inside of the headphone fell off. Its held by two screws. The problem with this design is that this metal part is a solid piece holding onto a flexible piece of plastic. Whenever you put on your headphones, you are forced to cause flexion, thus compromising the integrity of the screw inserts. So after my metal piece fell off, I saw the plastic grooves of the plastic were chipped off. They should have had the screws enter a metal piece attached to the plastic headband instead of the plastic headband itself. I can understand this breaking in a 1 year or two but not in 1 day.
Features. the split cable design is a cool feature and it seems to be tangle free. My only gripe is that its very short. I wish these came with an extension cable. The control talk on the cable is of poor construction as well. It is very challenging to press the middle button to change tracks because it moves so easily away from the inner clicking button.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Well..I do like them. Wish they had more build to it. They're comfortable for my ears but i'm being cautious about them because when I put them on they are stretching a littlePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Item arrived as described & timely. Excellent headphones.Published 10 months ago by Paul M. Nicolas
These headphones are very cheaply made. The screws are formed into plastic inserts- which will break- no getting around it. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kindle Customer