Fenton FT12LED Portable PA System with Bluetooth + Wireless Mic

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Fenton FT12LED Portable PA System with Bluetooth + Wireless Mic
( BBA4008 )

( BBA4008 )

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Regular Price £149.00 Special test Price £139.00
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Key Features

  • 700W portable 12” PA speaker
  • Bluetooth technology to stream audio wirelessly
  • UHF handheld microphone and an adjustable echo effect
  • Mains or battery powered with a rechargeable design
  • Line and guitar inputs, as well as a USB/SD MP3 player

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Product Description

The Fenton FT12LED is a 700W portable PA system speaker with a variety of user-friendly features and input options that work with a wide range of devices. This battery powered PA system is great for speeches and music in small or medium-sized areas, and it features switchable inbuilt LEDs that surround the 12" woofer driver for a unique party effect.

This portable PA speaker features Bluetooth connectivity, allowing you to pair it with a smart device and wirelessly play audio. You can stream audio from any app or website after pairing your smartphone or tablet with the speaker through Bluetooth, making it extremely versatile for a variety of purposes.

This portable PA system includes a wireless handheld UHF microphone, allowing you to talk or sing through the speaker without using any cables. The mic volume can be adjusted separately to the main music volume, and there is an echo effect built in that can be set to a specific intensity to give your voice a fuller sound.

This is a rechargeable battery powered PA system speaker that can run for many hours on a full charge. The speaker can also be used while connected to a power source and charging, ensuring that audio is always playing during your events.

There is an RCA line input on the back of the speaker that you can use to connect devices without Bluetooth, such as a CD player or laptop. There is also a guitar input, making this portable PA speaker ideal for busking and performances in small venues. In addition to these inputs, a USB/SD MP3 player is also available, which you can use to connect a USB stick or SD card to play pre-saved audio files.

Key Details

  • 700W portable 12-inch PA speaker that is suitable for music and vocal performance in small to medium-sized venues
  • Bluetooth technology to stream audio wirelessly from any app or website on a paired smart device
  • UHF handheld microphone and an adjustable echo effect that can be applied at a specified intensity
  • Mains or battery powered with a rechargeable design to ensure several hours of wireless operation
  • Line and guitar inputs, as well as a USB/SD MP3 player to connect a wide variety of devices
  • 2-Year extended warranty

  • Portable PA speaker
  • Incredibly simple to set-up & use
  • Using BT wireless technology for audio streaming
  • Integrated USB, SD/MMC media player
  • Includes UHF wireless microphone
  • Bass and treble control
  • Dedicated microphone input with echo effect and priority switch
  • Switchable Talkover
  • Additional Aux input to connect CD player or laptop
  • Additional Guitar input to connect instruments
  • Integrated stand mounting with 35 mm pole socket
  • LED illuminated woofer with On/Off switch
  • Mains & Battery operated
  • Intergrated trolley with telescopic handle
  • Playback options: BT streaming, SD, USB
  • Output power: Max: 700W
  • Battery: 12V - 2.2Ah
  • Frequency response : 50 - 19.000 Hz
  • Diameter tweeter: 1"
  • Tweeter type: Piezo
  • Diameter woofer: 12"
  • Input connections: 6.3mm Jack, RCA, SD, USB
  • Frequency handheld microphone: 863.200 MHz
  • Supplied features: Speaker pole mount
  • Power supply: 100-240VAC 50Hz
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 335 x 285 x 530mm
  • Weight: 8.5000
  • MPN: 170.092

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Customer Reviews
Product Questions
Hi, if I by another wireless vhf microphone can this be connected to this so it has 2 wireless mics

Question by: Keith brodie on 14 Jun 2020, 10:20
No you would only be able to use one wireless microphone with this speaker at a time
Answer by: Josh Hebbard on 15 Jun 2020, 09:03
May I know the type of inbuilt Battery and the Battery Backup time?
Question by: Ramakrishnan on 30 May 2020, 09:59
This speaker has a 3x 12V - 2.2Ah battery and the battery life is roughly 4-8 hours depending on how loud you are using the speaker
Answer by: Josh Hebbard on 1 Jun 2020, 09:49
I have a small mixing desk that I usually run one or two microphones and a guitar through - can I connect this to this speaker? - if so, which input socket should I use? If it could connect through the microphone input, would the echo facility work with the overall sound? Thank you for your help.
Question by: Colin Fletcher on 3 Jun 2019, 09:27
If you are connecting a mixer to this speaker, then you will connect into the red/white line inputs on the speaker.
Answer by: Jamie Atkins on 4 Jun 2019, 11:47
Hi, The effect on the Fenton FT12LED 12" Bluetooth Active Portable PA Speaker is described as 'echo' but presumably it is actually reverb? Rgds
Question by: Alan Howarth on 21 Nov 2019, 18:37
The effect is actually an echo; it repeats the audio being put in rather than softening and extending it
Answer by: Russell Nie on 22 Nov 2019, 09:47
How do I return a faulty item? Unless you can give advice to fix the problem.
I have had my Battery potable PA Dj 10 inch 450w active blue tooth Audio UHF wireless speaker for only 4mths but it has started to cut out & when I turn the volume on loud for my zumba classes it has started to sound screechy & unpleasant to listen to.
I use it 3 times a week for 45 mins each time- surely it should be able to cope on full volume for that amount of time without problems.
Question by: elaine holden on 1 Mar 2020, 12:37
Please send us an email so we can get this resolved - info@electromarket.co.uk
Answer by: Jamie Atkins on 3 Mar 2020, 09:50