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15 April 2018

Fender Speakers

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Fender Design

Our Bluetooth speakers have a look inspired by our ’68 Custom amplifiers. Every detail, from the protective speaker grille to the witch-hat knobs, amp jewel and control labels came from these classic designs.

Fender BT Speakers

High-Quality Sound

aptX and AAC codec support lets you enjoy clear, high-quality Bluetooth wireless sound every time you use your Fender Bluetooth speaker, while traditional Bass and Treble control knobs let you adjust the sound of the speaker.

Tone Controls

Traditional Bass and Treble control knobs let you adjust the sound of the speaker to your room, or the specific music you’re listening to, so you’ll always be hearing your music at its best.

The Newport

Newport

Easily portable and packed with music-friendly features, the Newport Bluetooth Speaker makes it easy to bring Fender's classic stage-ready style, performance and sound everywhere you go. Designed in Southern California, with a look inspired by our classic amplifiers, the Newport brings Fender's famously clear, powerful sound to streaming music and phone calls.

Newport’s 30W tri-driver design enhances your listening experience with two woofers and one tweeter; each was carefully selected and precisely oriented for pure, natural Fender sound.

Since the Newport was designed from the get-go to be the ultimate portable speaker, we made sure the Li-ion battery is big enough to keep it running for up to 12 hours or charge a phone twice, ensuring the music never stops.

The Monterey

Monterey

Powerful and packed with music-friendly features, the Monterey Bluetooth Speaker makes it easy to bring Fender’s classic stage-ready style, performance and sound to your home, office or dorm room. Designed in Southern California, with a look inspired by our classic amplifiers, the Monterey brings Fender’s famously clear sound to streaming music.

Monterey’s 120W quad-driver design enhances your listening experience with two woofers and two tweeters; each was carefully selected and precisely oriented for pure, natural Fender sound.

The wooden speaker enclosure is crafted using the same materials and techniques we use to make our legendary amplifiers, giving this Bluetooth speaker a rich, natural sound.

RCA jacks let you connect any RIAA preamp-equipped device—like a turntable. The auxiliary input jack lets you connect any device with a 1/8” (3.5mm) output—mono or stereo—so you can listen from legacy devices.

The Shape Button on the rear of the enclosure equalizes the sound, letting you tailor it to match your taste for more bass, or more prominent vocals.

Head over to our webstore to check them out.

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