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NAMM Day 1: Fender introduces the Passport Mini

Jory Mackay
NAMM Day 1: Fender introduces the Passport Mini

Adding to its popular line of Passport portable PA systems, Fender has introduced a new miniature model to the line-up.

The Passport Mini is designed to offer convenient amplification for any instrument or microphone and can be used by street musicians and students, or as a basic public address system for events and presentations. The device is powered by a universal AC power supply or by six 'C' batteries and can even be used as a music media playback system or computer recording interface.

The Passport Mini pushes 7 watts of power through its 6.5" full-range speaker and features an instrument channel with 24 presets (built from eight amp models) optimised for acoustic and electric guitars and other instruments, 12 effects, a tap tempo button for adjusting delay time and modulation rate, a separate vocal channel with XLR and ¼" inputs and dedicated volume, tone, and reverb controls, an AUX input for media player, digital chromatic tuner,  stereo headphone output for silent practice or line out and a USB connection for FUSE application and digital recording output (USB cable included).

For more information visit Fender's website.
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