Fender's FXA7 turns it up to 11 with a new in-ear monitor

The company's first ever in-ear monitor.
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Though you might not know Fender as a personal audio company, you can safely assume that the company knows its way around sound. Their new FXA7 is a premium in-ear monitor designed to cater to musicians and audiophiles alike who want accurately detailed and distortion-free sound reproduction. The monitors feature dual HBDA tweeters, custom 9.25mm drivers, tuned bass ports, and a 3D-printed DHT shell that is designed to fit 95% of ears for an almost universal fit. Available this March.

$499, Fender

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