This week Fender announced a couple of new Bluetooth speakers to be added to their range.

They are named the Fender Newport and the Fender Monterey and are a set of Bluetooth speakers that take their design inspiration from Fender’s history of designing Fender amplifiers.

To start off, we are going to talk about the Fender Newport.

This speaker features a twelve-hour battery life that should be great for use during most of the day, during which time you will be able to play music over a Bluetooth connection with a range of 33 feet.

You can also use it to take and make phone calls. As you can see in the image above, you can also see that it is pretty small, but features two woofers and a tweeter that creates a combined 30-watts of power.

It also comes with a 3.5mm input and a USB port that allows you to charge devices on the go.

The Fender Monterey is the bigger of the two Bluetooth speakers, offering a decent 120 watts of audio power through the speaker’s two woofers and two tweeters.

It also features a 3.5mm and an RCA input that allows you to not only connect normal devices like a smartphone but also something a little bigger like a turntable.

To top that off, it also features a shape adjustment switch, which lets you adjust the overall bass response of the speaker.

Check them out in the video below, you can also find out more about both of them at the source link below that.

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