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Fender 1270P Powered Monitor   

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The Fender 1270P Powered Monitor is perfect for anyone who needs big sound on a small stage. Despite its compact design, this biamped monitor produce...Read More

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Big sound on a tight budget!

The Fender 1270P Powered Monitor is perfect for anyone who needs big sound on a small stage. Despite its compact design, this biamped monitor produces a lot of volume (109dB SPL) pumping 100W through its 10" LF and 1-1/2" HF drivers. A great solution whether your problem is a tight stage or a tight budget.

FEATURES
  • XLR microphone input with full-time 15V DC phantom power
  • Balanced line input 1/4" TRS
  • Level control
  • Tone control
  • One powerful 10" woofer
  • One piezo high-frequency driver
  • 100W biamped power
  • Durable molded ABS plastic construction
  • Wedge cabinet shape
  • Built-in carrying handle
  • Black metal grille
  • Parallel input jacks
  • Molded rubber feet
SPECIFICATIONS

1270P Powered Monitor

  • Frequency Response: 110Hz-20kHz, ±6dB
  • Power Output: 100W, THD <0.5% (biamped)
  • Low-Frequency Source: 10" Woofer with 2" Voice Coil
  • High-Frequency Source: Coaxial Ceramic Compression Driver with 1-1/2" Diaphragm
  • Maximum Output SPL: 109dB, Continuous
  • Inputs:
  • XLR (Balanced) Mic Level (Full Time 15v Phantom Power),
  • 1/4" TRS (Balanced) Line Level
  • 1/4" TS (Unbalanced) Amp In
  • Tone Control: +/- 10dB @ 12kHz
  • Crossover Frequency: 2.2kHz.
  • Outputs: 1/4" TS (Unbalanced) Pre-amp Out
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3.6

(based on 25 reviews)

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Got a great deal. Overpriced new.

Got a pair of these used for a buck and a half. WAY cheaper than the new price. They have a lot of noise, connection plate including the power connector is wobbly,...Read complete review

Got a pair of these used for a buck and a half. WAY cheaper than the new price. They have a lot of noise, connection plate including the power connector is wobbly, but! They are loud! I use them in an acoustic duo, (drums, guitar, laptop, 2 vocals, 1 Craptacular Behringer mixer) as mains in a medium size room and they work great. Especially if you have to unload on a busy street with no loading zone. Also let the local roller derby girls use ONE, a mic cable, switched '58, and adapter for ipod for the derby bouts they have. Announcer on the mic channel and an ipod or laptop for music and they love it! Small and idiot-proof after I gave 'em a 5 minute tutorial! In fact, they want to buy one of 'em off me but no way! But again, I got 'em real cheap..........

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Extremely Poor Sound-Beware

Yes...this thing is portable...which would have been nice...but pulling it out of its box I knew it was going to suck. Very light and flimsy. Planned on using...Read complete review

Yes...this thing is portable...which would have been nice...but pulling it out of its box I knew it was going to suck. Very light and flimsy. Planned on using it as a floor wedge for acoustic gigs but it is unusable. Absolutely horrible thin honky sound with no meat. Try to get the volume up a little and its squealing...and this is with mucho eq to try and tame the speaker for mic and acoustic guitar. No question this was a bad purchase and was returned. I never write reviews...but if you're thinking of getting one of these...think again if you have any notion of what good sound is.

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3.0

Hums

By Ronnie-e6k1b

from La.

Bought a set of these and one hums terribly.I use the monster pro power conditioners and it still hums.

 
2.0

Sorry, but I've got to be honest . . .

By sJzOqc9FW

from California

I have had two of these for about 3 years. I agree with everybody that the size and weight are ideal. However, I am finally realizing that the sound just isn't there. I put up with them for a while and I would just keep the volume down low and use them as a very light monitor reference. Last week I played a gig with REAL powered monitors and NOW I AM GETTING RID OF THE FENDER 270Ps ASAP!Sorry Fender, but that's the truth.

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5.0

In good use for years, @ Church

By mfs2004

from used @ West Valley

I purchased one used, for the Church, an excellentbuy. When a monitor is needed, at the last minute,this Fender Powered Mon. fits the bill. The hum problems mentioned in some reviews, are caused by poor / bad wireing from the mixer. Isolation tansformers, or a good DI, box should take care ofthese hum & buzz problems.

 
4.0

Got a great deal. Overpriced new.

By Bachster

from Honolulu

Got a pair of these used for a buck and a half. WAY cheaper than the new price. They have a lot of noise, connection plate including the power connector is wobbly, but! They are loud! I use them in an acoustic duo, (drums, guitar, laptop, 2 vocals, 1 Craptacular Behringer mixer) as mains in a medium size room and they work great. Especially if you have to unload on a busy street with no loading zone. Also let the local roller derby girls use ONE, a mic cable, switched '58, and adapter for ipod for the derby bouts they have. Announcer on the mic channel and an ipod or laptop for music and they love it! Small and idiot-proof after I gave 'em a 5 minute tutorial! In fact, they want to buy one of 'em off me but no way! But again, I got 'em real cheap..........

 
5.0

Solid Rehearsal PA

By Dopey Lopes

from Danbury, CT

This unit has been a very solid rehearsal PA for me...I'm on here today looking to purchase another so I can have a stereo setup when using the POD. I've had it for about 2 - 3 years and have used it extensively on the road - it holds up. Recently decided to service it because there was a bit of a rattle coming from it - found that the plastic baffle within the horn had become detached. Re-attached it with testor's modeling cement. After a few hours to dry - this sounds as good as new. It's a good product for the price point...

 
2.0

Extremely Poor Sound-Beware

By electropoet

from South Texas

Yes...this thing is portable...which would have been nice...but pulling it out of its box I knew it was going to suck. Very light and flimsy. Planned on using it as a floor wedge for acoustic gigs but it is unusable. Absolutely horrible thin honky sound with no meat. Try to get the volume up a little and its squealing...and this is with mucho eq to try and tame the speaker for mic and acoustic guitar. No question this was a bad purchase and was returned. I never write reviews...but if you're thinking of getting one of these...think again if you have any notion of what good sound is.

 
3.0

You'd better have a great electrical system!

By Caleb-zBHqx

from Saint Louis, MO

We had high hopes for these monitors, but they did not work well at all in our system, partly due to our electrical system not being very well grounded. However, we now have TC Helicon VSM-200's which are fantastic. These Fenders are very loud (have a lot of excess HISS and HUM) and the amplification is much more than it needs to be for a personal monitor, making the volume very difficult to control. Sound quality is not very good and the amp introduced significant buzz into our overall electrical system. Also had problems with feedback that I do not have now w/ the TC Helicons.

 
4.0

Decent Budgeted Sound

By Where's Joe?

from Southern Maryland

I play in an acoustic duo and these little babies fit the bill perfectly. We needed something small with decent power and we have had not a lick of trouble. Some places we play the electricity is "iffy" and we get a little buzz. We fixed this by using an instrument cable instead of a speaker cable. The size allows us to play in the smallest of venues without compromising sound....we love em'.

 
3.0

Not bad for the money...

By Rick the lefty.

from Gig Harbor, WA

For a monitor used with a small PA (solo act), it is just fine. Remove the little plastic logo that rattles and it won't drive you crazy.You get what you pay for and it is easy to carry around with my other gear.

 
5.0

good stuff!

By RG-uoheg

from Girard, KS

I lead worship in a mobile church - setting up and tearing down all the equipment every week. This means we have to have small stuff that sounds good - and the lighter the better.These are ALL that. We a bass guitar, acoustic, electric, Roland drums, keyboard, and vocals ALL coming thru two of these as monitors and they handle it all fine with PLENTY of volume in a room that's about 70'X70'.I highly recommend this product!

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