Fender Bluetooth Speakers

Jul 19, 2017

Category: Tech

Though they are perhaps most well-known for their guitars, Fender has a long and storied history of building amplifiers, as well. In fact, many of them are highly-sought-after pieces of musician-focused audio equipment. So, it’s a little surprising that it’s taken them this long to apply that expertise on home audio. But, now they have with a pair of new Bluetooth speakers.

Available in two sizes, they both boast Fender’s signature styling and produce sound to match. The larger of the two, the Monterey, boasts a 120W output, two woofers, two tweeters and a built-in quad driver system designed to wow even the most discerning audiophiles. The smaller, called the Newport, is far more portable and offers 12 hours of use, as well as USB charging for your other devices, a pair of full-range drivers and a single 30W tweeter. Both, however, offer a wireless range of 33 feet and have a built-in mic for phone calls. Respectively, they are priced at $350 and $200 – but that’s the price you pay for world-renowned quality and style.

Purchase: $200+

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