Adorama offers the Fender Passport 150W Portable Studio Monitors for $200 shipped. That’s 76% below and $400 off the regular $600 price tag, as well as the lowest price we’ve tracked. Compared to other retailers like Amazon, that’s also a savings of nearly $100. Although reviewers are slim on these speakers, Fender is one of the most respected brands in the audio industry.

The Fender Passport offers the same high quality audio profile found in standard monitors, but features a low-profile and portable design. The speakers lock together in order to be easily transportable using the top mounted handle. It also include controls for level, bass and treble room correction, to ensure that you have ultimate control over your audio. Each speaker sports a 5 inch cone woofer, as well as an inverted dome tweeter.

Monitoring consistency is a key factor in producing mixes that translate properly from system to system. With the advent of powerful portable recording workstations and the increasing convenience of fully ‘in the box’ audio production, the need for highly portable and accurate studio monitors is now more important than ever. Enter Passport Studio.

Passport Studio houses a world-renowned Focal driver set in a portable, protective and meticulously tuned enclosure, complemented by convenient front-panel controls and connectivity. Travel from tracking to mixing sessions down the street or across the country, with complete confidence that your monitors will arrive unharmed.

With the flat frequency and phase response of a true pro-grade system, Passport Studio monitors let you maintain the integrity and consistency of your mix at any volume, without distortion or coloration. From outstanding imaging capability down to the system’s lightweight front-ported enclosures, there’s no more portable or more accurate way to replicate every note and nuance of your mix or recording during playback – the way they were meant to be heard.


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