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[NAMM] Fender introduce In-Ear Monitor Series

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Fender has introduced the Fender In-Ear Monitor Series, with five models claiming to deliver an "immersive listening experience".

Fender’s new In-Ear Monitor Series is composed of a total 5 models. The four FXA models feature a 3D-printed DHT universal fit housing with noise isolation and feature detachable minijack cables.

The DXA1 model is the series’ entry level. Offering a low-profile slimline design (instead of the higher end models’ 3D-printed DHT housing), it is priced $99.99 and offers he following features:

  • Custom 8.5mm titanium micro drivers
  • Announced as fitting 95% of ears for comfortable wearing
  • 14Hz-22kHz frequency response
  • 116dB @1mW sensitivity aimed at delivering distortion-free audio
  • Includes carrying case, SureSeal tips, cleaning tool and cable

The blue FXA2 marks the entry in the FXA line. it is announced at $199.99 and has the following characteristics:

  • Custom 9.25mm precision rare-earth drivers with Groove-tuned port
  • 3D-printed DHT shell announced as fitting 95% of ears for a custom-like experience
  • 6Hz-23kHz frequency response
  • 112dB @1mW sensitivity aimed at delivering distortion-free audio
  • Includes carrying case, SureSeal tips, cleaning tool and cable

For $299.99, the gray FXA5 offers the following:

  • Dual balanced Armature Array; Groove-tuned bass port
  • 3D-printed DHT shell announced as fitting 95% of ears for a custom-like experience
  • 19Hz-21kHz frequency response
  • 120dB @1mW sensitivity aimed at delivering distortion-free audio
  • Includes carrying case, 1/8” to ¼” adapter, SureSeal™ tips, cleaning tool and cable

Again an extra $100 and you get to the red FXA6 at $399.99 with the following features:

  • Single HDBA tweeter; custom 9.25mm precision rare-earth driver; Groove-tuned bass port; zero-crossover design
  • 3D-printed DHT shell announced as fitting 95% of ears for a custom-like experience
  • 6Hz-22kHz frequency response
  • 109dB @1mW sensitivity aimed at delivering distortion-free audio
  • Includes carrying case, 1/8” to ¼” adapter, SureSeal™ tips, cleaning tool and cable

Finally, the golden FXA-7 is the higher-end model in the series. For $499.99, it offers the following:

  • Dual HDBA tweeters; custom 9.25mm precision rare-earth driver; Groove-tuned bass port; zero-crossover design
  • 3D-printed DHT shell announced as fitting 95% of ears for a custom-like experience
  • 6Hz-24kHz frequency response
  • 110dB @1mW sensitivity aimed at delivering distortion-free audio
  • Includes carrying case, 1/8 to ¼” adapter, acoustic filter earplugs, SureSeal™ tips, cleaning tool and cable

 No release date was announced yet. More details to be found at Fender’s website.

  • Fender DXA1
  • Fender FXA2
  • Fender FXA5
  • Fender FXA6
  • Fender FXA7

 

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