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Fender Release a New Range of In-Ear-Monitors
All musicians know that the more detail with which you are able to hear yourself and the other musicians during performance, the better you will perform!
Fender’s new Pro Series of in-ear monitors are here to help musicians hear the true sound of their instrument in any situation. Relying on over 70 years of excellence in instrument and audio tool development, Fender’s five new In-ear-monitor models offer state-of-the-art audio technology that allows users to perform with a consistent, superior, dialed-in mix in the studio, nightclub and any other environment.
Each model is greatly equipped with custom-designed drivers, and the FXA7 and FXA6 both feature a patented Hybrid-Dynamic tuned Balances Armature Array for a rich, full frequency response with substantial bass and an overall superior sound.
The new Fender in-ear-monitors also eliminate up to 22dB of ambient noise, and also eliminate undesirable interference whilst protecting a listener’s hearing from the overbearing noise that can occur in live environments. As well as removing these obvious noise factors, they also block out any other nuances such as details in the strings, the changing strumming patterns and the tone of your voice.
In addition to sound quality, each model is manufactured using 3D-printed Digital Hybrid Technology and are specially designed to fit a huge variety of ear shapes and offer comfort and stability even during the most active live performances. Each model includes a deluxe carry case, 1/4 inch adapter, SureSeal tips, cleaning tool and a detachable cable.
These stunning range of in-ear-monitors are now available to order for November!
By Toop HarrisPosted on 13 Sep 2016 12:02 to category : Instruments News
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