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This 4-channel Fender Passport 150 PRO portable PA system is a full 3 pounds lighter than its predecessor, the Passport 150 system. Even so, it has an extra stereo channel (making it 2 total) and has ... Read More
This 4-channel Fender Passport 150 PRO portable PA system is a full 3 pounds lighter than its predecessor, the Passport 150 system. Even so, it has an extra stereo channel (making it 2 total) and has improved speaker voicing. Other features include 150W output, 2 mic/line inputs, and tilt tone control on each channel, level, reverb send, master volume, master tone, and more.
Take a close look and listen and the Fender Passport PRO 150 will take you places like never before. It is the sound that truly travels. For this generation of Passport PA systems Fender kept the best of previous versions and added improved functionality so that this Passport speaker system is ideal for whatever your application may be — education and presentations, party gigs, small clubs, and coffee houses.
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I have had this PA for almost 1 year, using it for solo and duo acoustic shows, but have played electrics through it with decent success (though if you are going to need a lot of volume you'll need a pedal). Easy to transport and setup, simple to dial it in to a nice mix, and I have the speaker stands to get them up in the air - that really helps the volume. Have used this in clubs, coffeehouse gigs, and outdoor festivals and LOVE it. Planning to upgrade next year!!
I've been using a Fender Passport as a traveling rig for a long time now. I recently upgraded to the newer model. Here's the thing: as a standalone PA system, its perfect for a solo acoustic act playing small venues. It is perfect for coffee houses, art galleries and street gigs. If you are playing a larger venue, consider using the Passport with a mixer and a line out to the house speakers. You can use the Passport for onstage monitoring to excellent effect! I supplement my rig with an external micro-mixer played through one of the stereo channels. At the input level, I compress my voice and guitar signals to maximize bandwidth. My sound is always crystal clear, and the portability of these units can't be beat. If you are playing a large venue with no house system, consider buying a second unit, or one of the larger models to supplement the P150. If you take the time to learn how to use it properly, a Fender Passport could be the best buy you ever make.
This Product was poorly made. The Buttons are all but about to fall off. The speakers could handle some music at lower levels but anything loud caused serious problems. I had to take these back! I Do not recommend these to anyone but a small kareoke singer.
It won't blow your ears off, but it's perfect for my small karaoke parties. Speakers have dispersion-angled tweeters and clearly reproduce even piano music. It plays loud enough to enjoy while allowing for conversation. Surprisingly there's adaquate bass. It adds two mic channels to those on my CDG deck, with reverb that's full enough to save a few bad singers. The 150 handles and sets up easily in cramped spaces. Hear it at a store (I did) to see if it meets your needs.
This isn't a very good portable PA system. Its okay for the really small things but it really can't handle much. I used one before and I was careful with it. Beware it is not that foolproof. My school has/had one of these and oh how they sucked with it. They always blasted it on max, didn't know how to use it properly. So now whenever they use it the tweeters are all blown on both speakers. I would say stay away from any fender speakers, the guitars/basses are better.
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