Fender bundles IEMs with PreSonus personal headphone amplifier in two new bundles

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These IEM/personal headphone amplifier bundles are the perfect starting point to jumping into the world of in-ear monitoring.

Following the launch last year of their in-ear monitors (IEMs), Fender has just announced two bundles which package their IEMs with Presonus’ personal headphone amplifier. The bundles feature Fender’s DXA-1 and FXA-2 IEMs, and both come with the PreSonus HP2 personal headphone amplifier. These bundles are the perfect starting point to jumping into the world of in-ear monitoring offering a stereo in-ear monitor system designed for optimal audio quality and mobility.

The MXA1 bundle includes:

  • PreSonus HP2
    • Level and Pan controls
    • Sturdy belt clip
    • 5/8” microphone stand mount socket
    • Stereo 1/8″ headphone connector
    • Balanced 1/4″ inputs
  • DXA-1 in-ear monitors
    • Custom 8.5mm titanium micro drivers
    • Durable, low-profile slimline shell
    • 14Hz-22kHz frequency response for lifelike sound reproduction
    • 116dB @1mW sensitivity for distortion-free audio
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The Fender MXA1 bundle with DXA-1 IEMs and PreSonus HP2 amplifier.

The MXA2 bundle, on the other hand, includes:

  • HP2
    • Level and Pan controls
    • Sturdy belt clip
    • 5/8” microphone stand mount socket
    • Stereo 1/8″ headphone connector
    • Balanced 1/4″ inputs
  • FXA-2
    • Custom 9.25mm precision rare-earth drivers with Groove-tuned™ port
    • Universal fit wears like a custom monitor, providing cushion-like comfort
    • 6Hz-23kHz frequency response for lifelike sound reproduction
    • 112dB @1mW sensitivity for distortion-free audio
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The Fender MXA2 bundle with FXA-2 IEMs and PreSonus HP2 amplifier.

The MXA1 bundle with the Fender DXA-1 IEMs has an MSRP of $199.99USD while the MXA2 bundle with the Fender FXA-2 IEMs retails for $299.99USD.

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