Fender Audio Introduces New Powered Subwoofer

Published 10 years ago on August 13, 2014

By Jonathan Graham

Fender Audio introduce the PS-512, its latest powered subwoofer capable of sharing and amplifying music easier than ever before.

The Fender PS-512 is a full-bodied Class A/B powered subwoofer (500 Watts Peak, 250 Watts RMS) that pairs perfectly with all Fender Passport® (or other) PA systems that include the “sub out” feature. Featuring one 12” Fender Special Design Ferrite Magnet (3” Voice Coil), the PS-512 will dramatically increase a system’s bass frequency output and maximize the power sent to the mid- and high-frequency drivers.

The subwoofer has a bass-reflex cabinet made of 15mm plywood with a front-firing shelf port system, integrated M20 threaded speaker pole mount, recessed multi-grip handles, “limit,” “peak” and “signal” LED indicators and a low-frequency response down to 38Hz. In addition, it has one line-level (XLR / ¼”) Combo Jack input and one XLR Line Level line out.

Take your Fender Passport (or third party) PA system to the next level and push bass-heavy music with confidence by adding the Fender PS-512 powered subwoofer.

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