This 6-channel Fender Passport 300 PRO portable PA system takes its predecessor, the Passport PD-250, to the next level with 300W of power (up from 250), a sub-out jack for an external powered subwoof... Read More
This 6-channel Fender Passport 300 PRO portable PA system takes its predecessor, the Passport PD-250, to the next level with 300W of power (up from 250), a sub-out jack for an external powered subwoofer, lighter weight (a full 12 pounds less than the PD-250), smaller overall dimensions, and phantom power. The redesigned speaker system features 2 plastic molded cabinets with an 8" woofer and 1.2" horn-loaded tweeter in each for better definition, and and a sub-out jack has been added for an external powered subwoofer.
Take a close look and listen and the Fender Passport PRO 300 will take you places like never before. The speakers release with two quick flips of the spring-loaded clasps to open up into a three-component setup or once done, close back up for one convenient transportable system. For this generation of Passport PA systems Fender kept the best of previous versions and improved its 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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Got this on sale. Been a bass player for many years. Starting as a vocalist in another band. So, obviously I needed vocalist equipment. Picked this PA not just because of the price but also the "FENDER" name... I also run a Peavey PV118D powered subwoofer (also bought from Guitar Center). I could have not asked for a better sound. We actually ran my dual output mic and another mic on this. To top that off we ran a Yamaha Electronic Drum Kit through this. Sound was awesome!!! Great for small venues and practice!!! I could not have asked for better for the price!!!
I play in a pop rock band and it?s excellent for rehearsals and small venues. The vocal tones are great, and it also works well with electronic drums. It is portable (although a little heavy for carrying with one hand), flexible and very easy to mix. If you intend using for louder sounds or bigger spaces, I would recommend something more powerful (maybe a Passport 500 or something equivalent) or adding some powered speakers as I did (using its 1/8" mini stereo out). If you are a DJ and want fulfill the room with lows, the sub out allows plugging a powered sub. We have had it for more than two years with no complains.
I needed a small portable PA for practicing singing for me and my kids. After lots of research I decided on the Passport 300. I tried to get a used one (CL), but people want retail for old equipment! (What's up with that??). Anyhow. I got one at the Cerritos Guitar Center and these guys are serious about being the lowest price. The kids and I are having fun. I'm doing coffee shop cameos. My kids have started practicing :) their voice lessons. So, this is a nice piece of gear. Its working well for voice with a good mic. Thanks!
This is a great product that allows flexibility that we needed being a jr. high. We have only had it for a couple weeks and have already used it with a great amount of success.
Definitely 5 stars...Much more guts than you would imagine...Especially with a sub...In fact, the sub out also works well with a powered monitor...&...On really big jobs where we still need our monster system we use the 300 for side fills and pretty much eliminate front monitors...All this from a 40# suitcase ?...Not too bad I'd say...
Our church has used the Passport system for many years. They are very portable, have good sound and are durable. What I like best about them is the switchable power supply. We use them in other countries every summer and then leave them to be used after we leave. I have been back years later and they are still in use. A very good product.
I've used previous versions of this model and can only say they have improved it even more. For such a small system it puts out a lot of sound. We use it for neighborhood events and movie nights. I play in a few bands so it will probably get some use there in the future. The most bang for the buck I've found in a small sound system.
The Fender Passport 300 is excellent! It is perfect for just jamming in the garage or even a small gig. The vocal tones are crisp and warm, guitars don't sound half bad through it, and it is very easy to mix. And it is so portable. When I go to band practice I just pack it up and go! I would definatley reccomend this product.
My Church has this for outdoor/off campus events, Its really nice and really easy to use, sounds good, we run not only mic's but a keyboard and an acoustic guitar through ours. we even used this once or twice outside, we eq'd it just right, sounded really nice. only thing I have found a problem is its sorta a pain in the butt to close sometimes but thats not a big problem.
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