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Fender 1270 PA Monitor
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The Fender 1270 PA Monitor provides high output and a big sound. It handles up to 200W program, features a 10" speaker and coaxial compression driver...Click To Read More About This Product
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Ideal for small or crowded stages.
The Fender 1270 PA Monitor provides high output and a big sound. It handles up to 200W program, features a 10" speaker and coaxial compression driver. Molded enclosure is rugged, has handle for easy carrying, and can be set at 3 different angles.
- 200W power handling
- 10" speaker
- Coaxial compression driver
- Carrying handle
- Rugged molded enclosure
Reviewed by 12 customers
I've read the other reviews, and these speakers can actually punch out above 200 Watts. I bought four of these for a small church, and I highly recommend getting an EQ and boosting the bass and a little bit of treble, as the mid-range can be too much on these.... depending on your taste. I like to cut out some mid-range in my monitors, and it seems like the sound fills the stage lovely. We did put the kick drum and bass guitar in the monitor mix, and you could hear it loud and clear. Problem was, the sound techs did not know how to mix (sorry guys!! haha). Great for if you need to stick a monitor where there is limited room. If you need low end, get a small subwoofer and it sounds amazing!!
I've been useing these monitors for 2 years now and they do a fine job. we do all acoustic instruments with vocal in a duet. very clean and clear.
These are good monitors for the money. They are compact, and sit at good angles for listening. They are not super powerful, but are good for small stages and weekend giggers. The plug jacks are a little skimpy and are prone to breaking if you step on the plug or wire while it's connected. Still, these work well if used as they are intended and not abused too much.
When I first took the speaker out of the box it was smaller than I pictured it, but it sounds great and is very light, so I'm very happy with it.
Very smooth sounding, not harsh. Light weight but solid construction.
It gives enough sound if you do not need it blaring.Small enough to fit anywhere.Good purchase.
We (the band) have used these for the last 2 years. As long as you don't need the kick or bBass guitar (or a full band mix) these monitors kick. Very clear vocal reproduction (175 to 16K). Easy to place, versatile and easy to load out at 2AM.I can carry all four at once.
I'm the head musician at our church where we have VERY limited space and money. I started out with two of these monitors about two years ago. Wow! Very lighweight, durable, handle good levels of sound that is very clear and crisp. We now have six of them. They have replaced the two gigantic and heavy Peavey's that we were using. For the money and size, these monitor's can't be beat. Try to find some open box sales; you might save even more money. I did on two of ours.
Have been using a pair of these in a venue that uses them daily for a year now. They continue to look and sound great even after being banged around and driven hard. They take up very little of your precious stage area. And they place good, clear sound in the ears of your musicians without bleeding out into the venue coloring your house mix like some other monitors sometimes do. I would recommend these to anyone... especially for tight stages and small venues.
I have owned four of these for about a year and a half. They are used at every venue (about four times a week), extremely portable, durable, and just plain sound great!