Fender Passport P-250 Portable PA Sound System  

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The Fender Passport P-250 Portable PA Sound System comes in a sleek, protective housing that transforms into a complete sound system. Included are a 4-channel, 8-input, self-powered stereo mixer; 2 fu... Click To Read More About This Product

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The Fender Passport P-250 Portable PA Sound System comes in a sleek, protective housing that transforms into a complete sound system. Included are a 4-channel, 8-input, self-powered stereo mixer; 2 full-range cabs loaded with 4 full-range, 6-1/2" transducers each; 2 mics and all the cables you'll need to get up and running. Also features 250W of stereo power, built-in digital reverb, tape-out jacks for recording, aux send/return, and built-in connector for Passport Wireless. Ideal for working musicians, small clubs, and performers requiring a high-quality, portable, complete PA package. Includes speaker cables and 2 P-51 mics with cables and stand clips. 33"W x 12"H x 24"D. 53 lbs.

Features
  • Sleek protective housing
  • 4-channel, 8-input, self-powered stereo mixer
  • 2 full-range cabs loaded with 4 full-range, 6-1/2" transducers each
  • 250W of stereo power
  • Built-in digital reverb
  • Tape out jacks for recording
  • Aux send/return
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4.7

(based on 35 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

This PA is hard to believe!

This is probably the best packaged PA on the market for this price. It is definitely capable of handling vocals in at-home-practice, gigs, and band practice. The only thing is that this PA...Read complete review

This is probably the best packaged PA on the market for this price. It is definitely capable of handling vocals in at-home-practice, gigs, and band practice. The only thing is that this PA only has four inputs so you can't really mic the drums and the amps at gigs, but I only use this for vocals and I love it. I did'nt know fender were such experts with live sound!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

It does what it's supposed to do.

I had one blow out on me. It took 3 months, but Fender did send me a brand new one. The jacks in the speakers sometimes get a little loose. The first channel...Read complete review

I had one blow out on me. It took 3 months, but Fender did send me a brand new one. The jacks in the speakers sometimes get a little loose. The first channel only works by itself. If you want multiple people singing at the same time, you have to plug into the other three outputs, leaving the first one open, so you can only have up to 3 people singing at the same time. However, you could opt to buy a mixer to hook up to the Fender and that would allow to do accomplish a wide variety of tasks. Overall, it is very portable & it gets the job done. If you're a hoping to use it live, it works great, but not for a band that is remotely hard or heavy.

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5.0

Great PA

By Ira James

from Philippines

This is a great PA system for small gigs. In all 4 line inputs and 2 stereo inputs, we have plugged the 2 fender mics that came with it, an electric guitar, a bass, and a keyboard. We never needed to mic the drums because it can be heard with the PA itself. We never used guitar or bass amps because we don't have them. But we still sounded good enough. The Speakers are loud enough to be heard in the whole school auditorium, reverb is great though the hall contributed most of the reverb we need. The mics that came with it are not dull, not great either. Its just ok for spoken words, perhaps good for singing (our vocalist must've something to do with it that's why she sounds good) but personally, I preferred a SM58. Over all, its a great PA system for small purposes.

 
2.0

Chris

By DWboy

from Philadelphia PA

I have used this PA at a show. It didn't work out to well. It wasn't loud enough, I would suggest this PA for maybe a church youth group or some light rock band...if your playing hard this isn't the PA for you.

 
5.0

BEST BANG FOR THE BUCK $$$

By bigjimwhite

from Indiana

I bought this and this is by far the best deal out there. You get a 5 year warrenty and the sound is great. I use this for karaoke as well as a P.A. for my band and beings only 52 lbs. you can't go wrong and it is super easy to handle. You cant play Woodstock but it works great in small to large rooms. We even used it outside at a band shelter in a park and did ok. My buddy was so impressed he even bought one. I tell ya if you need a great system and have a low budget here is your answer. I love this system!!!!

 
5.0

Great Product

By Metalhead91

from Dickinson, ND

This thing should work perfect unless your an idiot and don't know how to use it correctly. There is a manual where it tells how to use it properly, and if you don't use it properly and read directions you will have problems and unwanted noises - its your fault not the PA. This thing has a real proffesional sound, and is great quality. If you can afford this thing just get it, its awsome.

(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

All you need for great ...

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

All you need for great sound anywhere! The Fender Passport P-250 Portable PA Sound System is self-contained in sleek, protective housing that transforms into a complete sound system, including a 4-channel, 8-input, self-powered stereo mixer; 2 full-range cabs loaded with 4 full-range, 6-1/2" transducers each; 2 mics; and includes all the cables you'll need to get up and running. Also features 250W of stereo power, built-in digital reverb, tape-out jacks for recording, aux send/return, and built-in connector for Passport Wireless. Ideal for working musicians, small clubs, and performers requiring a high-quality, portable, complete PA package. Includes speaker cables and 2 P-51 mics with cables and stand clips. 33"W x 24"H x 12"D. 53 lbs.

 
5.0

Great for a single act that travels!

By JD and the Digits

from Preston, ID

I have owned the P-250 for almost 8 years. It has never given me any trouble. The power is plenty for what I do. I use it for vocal and sometimes my bass guitar. I amp my guitars and my key board separatley. I make CD minus tracks in my studio and play them through the P-250 while I sing and play another instrument. It has been a very good gig for many years!

 
5.0

Works great!

By Jim-y1JBp

from Dearborn, Michigan

I bought the Passport p-250 just for playing tunes for friends at small parties. I love the sound of it! I do have to say though, it was lacking a little punch, so I have added a Peavy PR-15 sub, running through a 250 watt plate type subwoofer amp(only because Fender does not offer one.)What a difference in sound. For the price and ease of use, it is a great unit.

 
5.0

You can sing with more than one mic.

By Chase Bass

from Odessa TX

This is a good product well worth the money. I've had it for 2 years now and still have not had a problem. There were some reveiws that said you can't have two people sing but that is unture, there is a VIP control that if you turn it off all mics will work. We use this for bands, and for wacthing videos with our projector. Big fan of fender passport, if you want a good PA for a good price this is your system.

 
2.0

mileage may vary

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Oops, bought a passport p250 on 8/06, used it once on a not particularly loud gig, it developed a hum after. I then set it up to support a large video projector, so it didn't get any transport. Two months after purchase it died. Brought it to a one of fender's service centers and they reported that fender product has become really unreliable and that these units come in for repair *all the time*. I need something I can count on, something reliable. This hasn't been. Plan on selling it.

 
3.0

It does what it's supposed to do.

By hardrockheavy

from NE

I had one blow out on me. It took 3 months, but Fender did send me a brand new one. The jacks in the speakers sometimes get a little loose. The first channel only works by itself. If you want multiple people singing at the same time, you have to plug into the other three outputs, leaving the first one open, so you can only have up to 3 people singing at the same time. However, you could opt to buy a mixer to hook up to the Fender and that would allow to do accomplish a wide variety of tasks. Overall, it is very portable & it gets the job done. If you're a hoping to use it live, it works great, but not for a band that is remotely hard or heavy.

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