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Fender Passport Deluxe PD-150 Portable PA   

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A portable, powerful, trouble-free PA with high fidelity sound!

The Fender Passport Deluxe PD-150 Portable PA excels in convenience, portability, reliability, and amazing ease of use. That's the Passport series. What more could you ask for? How about high-fidelity audio to rival a home theater? That's the new Passport Deluxe Series. A highly evolved loudspeaker design, the Deluxe Speaker Array delivers wide horizontal projection, remarkable clarity, and truly impressive imaging via 3 speaker drivers per cabinet (x 2 cabs). Features 150W of stereo power with digital reverb, proprietary DSA speaker design with 3 custom drivers per cab, 3 mic/line inputs and one mono/stereo input.

FEATURES
  • 150W (75 per channel) of stereo power with digital reverb
  • Proprietary DSA speaker design with 3 custom speaker drivers per cab
  • 3 mic/line inputs
  • One mono/stereo input
  • Works on batteries or AC wall current
  • One P-51 microphone with stand clip, cable, and carrying pouch
  • Speakers can be tripod-mounted, installed, or floor standing
  • Speaker cables included
  • Unique one-touch EQ
  • Vocal Input Priority (lowers music when someone speaks into the mic)
  • 28"W x 21"H x 11"D

You'll be amazed by the power and fidelity of this tiny PA. Make it yours today.

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4.7

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Great Sound, easy on your back.

I'm a jazz guitarist playing small clubs, art galleries, coffee houses and small outdoor venues. I've been using the Fender Passport Deluxe PD-150 PA System for about 2 years performing a couple...Read complete review

I'm a jazz guitarist playing small clubs, art galleries, coffee houses and small outdoor venues. I've been using the Fender Passport Deluxe PD-150 PA System for about 2 years performing a couple of shows per month. For smaller shows, I use the Passport PD-150 by itself and plug my Epiphone Joe Pass Archtop or 1960 Gibson ES-125 directly into it. I add a pair of 75 watt subwoofers to fill out the sound on outdoor shows or indoor shows with more than 100 guests . If you're using the Passport 150 primarily for vocals with a band, it's good for small venues (200 capacity). I used it at a recent blues-rock gig with drums, bass, keys, 3 guitars and 3 vocalists and it really struggled to keep up. The Passport PD-150 is not a good choice for loud bands. The Passport PD-250 is a better choice. For most gigs, I use backing tracks on an mp3 player. The guitar sound is pretty good for a PA system, but most of the time I play though a 1965 Fender Tremolux and use the Passport PD-150 for the backing tracks. It is PERFECT for this. I can setup in 10 minutes, plug in the MP3 player, guitar and subs and it's good go. I use the effects loop out for the subs; there isn't a sub-out jack. I have three complaints: 1) The reverb has a very digital sound to it, so I don?t use it and can?t recommend it. If you need reverb, use your favorite outboard reverb on the effects send/receive loop.2) There isn?t a sub-out jack. 3) There isn?t a monitor-out jack. The work around for sub and monitor outs is to use the tape-out or the effects-out; however, there are drawback to doing this.The Fender Passport Deluxe PD-150 is a well designed, high quality PA System in convenient, light weight, self-contained package. It's small enough to fit in most car trunks and will save you countless hours in setup time, so you can focus on your music, not music engineering and visits to the chiropractor.

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a toy...

I was so excited when I first saw the Passport. Finally, a truly portable sound system for solo artists or small combos. So why did Fender scrimp on the most essential features?First,...Read complete review

I was so excited when I first saw the Passport. Finally, a truly portable sound system for solo artists or small combos. So why did Fender scrimp on the most essential features?First, the sideways layout of the console with it's silly preschool-toy knobs is confusing, but only ONE EQ knob per channel? Come on, that's simply not adequate for anyone who cares about sound quality.And even the master channel has only low and high EQ (no mid).If you're playing acoustic guitar, forget it unless you've got outboard EQ and a good pickup. Your typical under-saddle piezo pickup will sound buzzy and nasal through this rig.Fender could have put smaller knobs and arranged them vertically (sheesh!) with 3-bands per channel and at least a 5-band graphic EQ on the master, and this probably would have been a worthwhile product. As it is, it's a toy.Sorry Fender, you blew it this time.

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4.0

Great Portable Unit

By Pastor Myles

from Red Deer Alberta Canada

I am a pastor of a large congregation, and use to some pretty serious sound equipment, but this little unit is wonderful! I am a EQ nut and was surprised with just how well this unit did with its limited (very limited) eq! I bought the optional converter and battery pack and now I am totally portable for any event whether there is power nearby or not. Max audience of 300 I would say for speaking, and less for decent live music as the bass is what you would expect out of such small speakers. Great Job Fender (although it could look more professional with less playschool nobs) Recommend highly for anyone needing a VERY portable sound system!

 
5.0

Perfect for Our Meetings with 150 People

By DK Gregory

from Martinez, CA

Our high school basketball officials association with 150 members was looking for a portable audio system to conduct training. After thorough research on the web, we decided to purchase the Fender PA-150 (used) and Fender ST-280 Passport Stand Kit. Used the system for the first time yesterday. Easy to set up, plenty of volume, easy to control. Only drawback is the storage compartment for the mic is limited, and you cannot store the speaker wires in there if the mic & its cable are in there. It would also have been good if Fender had provided a longer cable for the MP3 hookup. However, the system worked just perfectly, and Musicians Friend has just terrific customer service people, along with the best price compared to the other vendors recommended on the Fender web site.

 
5.0

Punchy

By Hellion80

from Syracuse, NE

I purchased one of these systems about 5 years ago for a small outdoor wedding. When I dissolved my full band, my partner & I formed an acoustic duo. We've used this system EVERYWHERE! Inside, outside, you name it. It looks tiny, but it packs a helluva punch. It's easy to carry, simple to use and set up and it's NEVER let us down. Highly recommended!

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

a toy...

By Kyle Knapp

from Omaha, Nebraska USA

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I was so excited when I first saw the Passport. Finally, a truly portable sound system for solo artists or small combos. So why did Fender scrimp on the most essential features?First, the sideways layout of the console with it's silly preschool-toy knobs is confusing, but only ONE EQ knob per channel? Come on, that's simply not adequate for anyone who cares about sound quality.And even the master channel has only low and high EQ (no mid).If you're playing acoustic guitar, forget it unless you've got outboard EQ and a good pickup. Your typical under-saddle piezo pickup will sound buzzy and nasal through this rig.Fender could have put smaller knobs and arranged them vertically (sheesh!) with 3-bands per channel and at least a 5-band graphic EQ on the master, and this probably would have been a worthwhile product. As it is, it's a toy.Sorry Fender, you blew it this time.

 
5.0

Can't Go Wrong

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I'm a vocalist fronting a jazz trio. We play bars and restaurants, small clubs, private parties, etc. For my purposes, I couldn't have found a better setup for the money. Clear crisp distortion-free. But our demands are light and we never go higher than halfway on the volume. This systemis not gonna work for Skynard but it's great for jazz, folk etc. in a relatively small venue.

 
5.0

Recommended.

By Guitar30

from Hollywood CA

Okay, the passport was the first PA system I have ever used. Not to bad looking back at it. It was one of the PA systems in my high school music class. It with stood all of the morons messing with it, and dropping it, so I would recommended it to any, ANY highschool band. When we did a show out in Long Beach, CA, we dropped it down at least a flight of stairs, worked fine. It does get a little "iffy" past 7, but i would recommended this for any one starting off, or a veteran musicain looking for something reliable, but won't shatter the windows loud. Thank you Fender.

 
5.0

Great Sound, easy on your back.

By JazzDude2006

from Los Angeles, CA

I'm a jazz guitarist playing small clubs, art galleries, coffee houses and small outdoor venues. I've been using the Fender Passport Deluxe PD-150 PA System for about 2 years performing a couple of shows per month. For smaller shows, I use the Passport PD-150 by itself and plug my Epiphone Joe Pass Archtop or 1960 Gibson ES-125 directly into it. I add a pair of 75 watt subwoofers to fill out the sound on outdoor shows or indoor shows with more than 100 guests . If you're using the Passport 150 primarily for vocals with a band, it's good for small venues (200 capacity). I used it at a recent blues-rock gig with drums, bass, keys, 3 guitars and 3 vocalists and it really struggled to keep up. The Passport PD-150 is not a good choice for loud bands. The Passport PD-250 is a better choice. For most gigs, I use backing tracks on an mp3 player. The guitar sound is pretty good for a PA system, but most of the time I play though a 1965 Fender Tremolux and use the Passport PD-150 for the backing tracks. It is PERFECT for this. I can setup in 10 minutes, plug in the MP3 player, guitar and subs and it's good go. I use the effects loop out for the subs; there isn't a sub-out jack. I have three complaints: 1) The reverb has a very digital sound to it, so I don?t use it and can?t recommend it. If you need reverb, use your favorite outboard reverb on the effects send/receive loop.2) There isn?t a sub-out jack. 3) There isn?t a monitor-out jack. The work around for sub and monitor outs is to use the tape-out or the effects-out; however, there are drawback to doing this.The Fender Passport Deluxe PD-150 is a well designed, high quality PA System in convenient, light weight, self-contained package. It's small enough to fit in most car trunks and will save you countless hours in setup time, so you can focus on your music, not music engineering and visits to the chiropractor.

 
5.0

Oh yeah!

By GuitarTommy

from Chandler, Arizona

I have had them a week now. I love em. Sound is great. I bought them for small gigs and my practice room. I would have given them four 5's on the rating but my only concerns upon receipt are you can see where they glue the rubber grummet together on each speaker. A very minor cosmetic issue but it must be noted. The sound is crystal clear. I hear things I didn't even hear on my last system. The reverb sounds excellent. My little trio is able to produce excellently through my new favorite toy! I even plugged my acoustic/electric directly in to check sounds and it was far better than my last several PA's. Wow, Wow. Love my new fender!

 
5.0

Exactly what I needed

By DJ Cizzle

from Florida

THis product was exactly what I was looking for. I have had it for about a year now and I use it everywhere that my church has to go and sing. I run my computer through it as well for just playing CD's. I have to setup and break down a full drumset when I go places and this allows me to have a PA system with minimal setup and breakdown.

 
5.0

Great PA

By Fender Fan-7MIG4

from Napa, CA

This PA is great. It sounds just like a fender should. I got this about a week ago. It has excellent treble, not to mention strong bass. It's very portable an has very few wires. I would strongly recommend this to anyone.

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