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Fender Passport 500 Pro

Fender's announced three new Passport systems—the 500 PRO, 300 PRO and 150 PRO.

According to Fender:

“All three new Passport PRO systems build on the strengths of their predecessors—each one is lighter; each one boasts updated, more natural-sounding reverb; each has an improved mixer and control layout with a clean new look and recessed LEDs; each speaker enclosure has standard 35mm stand sockets and, as noted, each one is actually more affordable than its earlier version.”

The new four-channel Passport 150 PRO system has:
  • Lighter weight—a full 3 lbs. lighter than the earlier Passport 150 system.
  • Two stereo channels, up from one on the earlier Passport 150 system.
  • Improved speaker voicing.

The six-channel Passport 300 PRO takes its predecessor, the Passport PD-250, and adds:
  • 300 watts of power, up from 250 watts.
  • Sub-out jack for an external powered sub-woofer.
  • Lighter weight—a full 12 lbs. lighter than the earlier Passport 250 system.
  • Smaller physical dimensions.
  • Phantom power.
  • Redesigned speaker system with improved clarity.

The eight-channel Passport 500 PRO is the new top-of-the-line Passport system:
  • A port that lets you record your performance with CD quality (.wav) straight to a USB flash drive.
  • CD-quality .wav and mp3 file playback.
  • Sub-out jack for an external powered sub-woofer.
  • Lighter weight—a full 9 lbs. lighter than the earlier Passport 500 model.
  • Smaller physical dimensions.
  • Redesigned speaker system with 10" woofer and improved clarity.

For more information, visit www.fender.com.
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