The Fender Passport P80 portable sound system is packed with easy to use features at an easy to handle price. Features include 80 watts of power, 2 speaker cabinets, each loaded with two 6-1/2" full range drivers, onboard digital reverb, a dynamic (hand held) microphone and cable, speaker cables, and the ingenious VIP for practically hands-free mixing. At a light 27.5 lbs. the Passport P80 is easy to carry and makes setup a snap. Whether you are speaking at a religious engagement, holding a seminar or teaching in the classroom, the Passport P80 provides dependable high quality sound so you can deliver your message to audiences of up to 150 people in size.
The Passport P-80 is also completely compatible with all Passport wireless microphone, stand and portable DC accessories.
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Fender Passport P80 Features
- 16 Bit Digital Pro Reverb
- Docking Connector for Passport Wireless Receiver
- Speaker Systems Feature Tightly Controlled Coverage to Minimize Feedback
- 1-3/8" (35mm) Stand Adapters are Provided
- One Professional Cardioid Low Impedance Dynamic Microphone
- One 18' Microphone Cables
- Two 20' Speaker Cables
- Detachable IEC Power Cable
- Mic / Cable Storage Compartment with Latching Lid
- V.I.P. - Vocal Input Priority: Background Music Level is Automatically Lowered When Someone Speaks Into the Microphone
- Unique "One-Touch" Controls
- Sophisticated "System EQ" Contour Control
Fender's innovative Passport Sound System is the definition of a truly portable PA system. Designed with simplicity, flexibility, versatility, reliability, ease-of-use, and efficiency in mind, each Passport system is ideal for working musicians, acoustic groups, club and lounge performers, school and day-care teachers, coaches, auctioneers, religious organizations, aerobics and fitness instructors, corporate educational presenters -- anyone or any application that requires a portable audio sound system that sets up easily and quickly (in under 5 minutes!). The truly remarkable aspect of the Passport Audio System design is that for all its high-tech technology, you don't have to be a sound engineer to get professional quality sound.
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Fender has incorporated years of pro audio experience into the Passport System's unique design and powerful features. Proprietary elements like Vocal Input Priority circuitry that automatically lowers all other signals in the system when you speak into the microphone -- (this is particularly useful when you want to make an announcement over music being broadcast). Other features include One Touch EQ, an extremely powerful tone control circuit that takes the guesswork out of getting great sound quickly. Plus, each custom cabinet contains specially designed, full-range speakers positioned at critical angles to maximize projection and clarity without feedback.
Each system features flexible input and output connections, tone control on each channel, system tone control, effects send and returns, digital reverb, recording outputs and inputs (for CD, tape, video, DVD, or computer connections), speaker and microphone cables, and Fender's P-51 microphones. Both systems are compatible with the new Passport Wireless systems for the ultimate in flexibility and portability. The Passport's durable power supply delivers consistent power - in stereo - whether you are using the system with an AC or DC source, and the entire system is packaged into a unique, weather-resistant, portable case utilizing a patented latching system. The Passport Audio Systems deliver professional quality sound for the "rest of us."
Founded in 1946, Fender Musical Instruments Corporation has been an American icon for over 50 years. In that time, Fender’s contribution to the evolving sound of contemporary music has been global and continuous. By introducing the first commercially viable solidbody electric guitar, the first electric bass and countless classic amplifiers, Fender musical instruments have left their mark on jazz, blues, country, rock and many other styles of popular music.
Today, Fender Musical Instruments Corporation continues to offer its timeless electric guitar designs such as the Telecaster and Stratocaster to players around the world, but the Fender family has grown to include several distinctive musical instrument brands, including Squier, Guild, and Benedetto. At the pinnacle of guitar artistry, FMIC’s Fender Custom Shop in Corona, California, and its Guild Custom Shop in Nashville, Tennessee, offer hand-crafted custom guitars built to suit the tastes of individual players. Since 1995, Guild Guitars has also been a part of FMIC, and the Guild line of American-made acoustic and archtop electric guitars includes Benedetto brand archtop jazz guitars, considered by many to be the finest jazz guitars being made today. FMIC also distributes the Manuel Rodriguez brand of fine Spanish-made classical guitars.
FMIC’s Squier line of guitars, basses, amps and pro audio gear, combined with its full line of Fender acoustic instruments, offer a wide range of fretted instruments for the value-conscious musician. Under the Fender brand, FMIC manufactures a full line of professional-grade guitar and bass amplifiers inspired by its long tradition of innovation. In pro audio, Fender manufactures a complete line of professional sound equipment under the Fender brand, including the innovative Passport portable sound system. Fender also offers a complete line of accessories, including strings, authorized replacement parts, cases, straps and Fender logo sportswear.