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Fender Expo System  

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The Fender EXPO SYSTEM is a powered speaker array with an integrated subwoofer that delivers audiophile clarity and sonic detail in a portable, small...Read More

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Portable and clear, ideal for medium-size venues.

The Fender EXPO SYSTEM is a powered speaker array with an integrated subwoofer that delivers audiophile clarity and sonic detail in a portable, smallfootprint design easily set up in only seconds. The EXPO SYSTEM is the perfect sound system for DJs and instrumental performers. It's also ideal for education, worship and many other presentation applications. The EXPO SYSTEM's ultra-wide sound dispersion pattern covers audiences of up to 300, and it can be easily daisy-chained together with multiple EXPO systems to cover even larger audiences.

FEATURES
  • Lightweight and easy to set up
  • Power, subs and main speakers in a single unit
  • Professional quality sound
  • Versatile inputs
  • Expandable

Order today and your next show will sound better and you'll get home earlier.

SPECIFICATIONS

Expo System

  • Series: Fender Audio
  • Amplifier Type: Class-D
  • Weight: 52 lbs.
  • Audience Capacity: Up to 300
  • Speakers: Eight - Custom-Designed 3" Neodymium Midrange Drivers (MHF Array),
  • Two - 6.5" Ferrite Magnet Speakers (Subwoofer)
  • Horn/Tweeter: One - 1" Neodymium Tweeter w/ Horn
  • Channels: Two - Left + Right
  • Inputs: Stereo XLR 1/4" Combo Jacks (Line Level) and Stereo RCA Line Inputs
  • Controls: Main Level, Sub Level, Power
  • Line Out: Two - XLR Line Level
  • Other Features: Ultra-wide dispersion pattern, balanced line outputs for daisy-chaining multiple systems together, lightweight Class "D" power amp,
  • small-footprint design for space-challenged venues, detachable vertical
  • array for easy transport, integrated sub with isolation stabilizers and
  • reinforced handle, universal operating voltage, optional bag and
  • protective cover are available.
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FenderExpo System
 
4.3

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Pros

  • Good audio (4)
  • Compact (3)
  • Easy to use (3)
  • Lightweight (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Performances (3)

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    3.0

    Good System, but !!

    By macheted01

    from Michigan

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    Pros

    • Clear Sound
    • Compact
    • Easy To Use
    • Lightweight
    • Sounds great

    Cons

    • No Bags Or Cover Included
    • Not Sure About The Build

    Best Uses

    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Mobile DJ
    • Performances

    Comments about Fender Expo System:

    First off, I want say, this a great system. I am currently a Bose Compact and Bose L1 Model II w/ 2 B1's owner. So, with that being said, I will say this falls in the middle of the two systems somewhere. Guessing, comparable to the Bose L1 Model S1 with a single B1. So, if you are looking into this particular Bose system, the Fender Expo would be a great alternative at a much lower price point. Also want to put this at a 3 1/2 to 4 if I could. Trying to be honest with my rating.
    It fell short for me, because I was really hoping it would stand up next to my bigger Bose system. The Fender Expo is much more portable and easier to set up, so that is a big bonus. Not to sure of the construction of how the line array mounts onto the sub bottom. Not very stable. In most cases you would think that this should not be a problem, but in my case, others in the bar or club seem to think these line array systems are a pole and always want to lean on them. So I am always on the defense. As long as you are able to keep them at of harms way, it won't be a problem.
    My other fuss, is the bags or covers are extra and don't come with the package. Bose systems offer the covers and bags in the deal. For the Fender though, they are not that pricey and I have ordered some up and look forward to getting them.
    As I said, set up and break was that much more of a breezes with the Fender Expo. I ran a DJ and karaoke show with it and found my sweet spots with it on adjustments. I use my Bose T1 mixer in front of it. I also have a Allen and Heath Zed10 that I put in front of it at home as well. I found the system to clip out a little sooner than what I expected, but carefully paying attention, I made sure to stay out of the red, to play it safe. The Bose has stood the test of time for me and I can't say that about this Fender Expo as of right now, but will report back later on that. I judged the bass by heading to the other side of the club. Everything projects well, but surely is not as dominant as the Bose Model II with 2 B1's.
    So, I know I have mentioned the Bose a lot, but this is to only make a comparison, because many are more familiar with the Bose systems. All in all, I would recommend this Fender Expo system, and would like to purchase another in order to run one stage left and stage right. I think the system would shine in this manner.
    Also want to mention I run a three piece band through these but have not yet done so with the Fender Expo. It would depend on the Venue. I now know I have a close and comparable back up to my Bose Model II system.

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    5.0

    Great little system

    By Scott

    from Birch Bay, WA

    About Me Professional Musician

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    Pros

    • Clear Sound
    • Compact
    • Easy To Use
    • Lightweight
    • Versatile

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Home Studio
      • Performances

      Comments about Fender Expo System:

      I originally bought this system for my studio but last weekend I used it in a smaller venue where space for my 4 piece band was tight. It worked great and will be nice for medium sized rooms as well. I already have a Bose L1 with two bass modules but I purchased the Expo instead of buying another Bose. The Expo has a lot more features and is a lot louder than I thought it would be.

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      5.0

      Fender Expo PA System

      By autogenious

      from Sioux Falls, SD.

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      Pros

      • Clear Sound
      • Compact
      • Durable
      • Easy To Use
      • Lightweight
      • Versatile

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Events
        • Performances
        • Professional Recording

        Comments about Fender Expo System:

        I now own two of these systems now and we use them for professional venues of all sizes. They are every bit as good as the Bose l1 systems. At first I tried one and I was so impressed with the sound of that one I had to buy a second one and I gotta tell you the results was great. I would definitely recommend this system to anyone who is looking for something that will more then compete with the Bose system at a much better price. By the way this system sets up much easier then the Bose system.

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