Item #1598903 Model #FRFR108MK2XUS

HeadRush FRFR108 MKII 1x8 2000W Powered Speaker Cabinet Black

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A powerful and portable FRFR cabinet designed for amp modelers.

The HeadRush FRFR-108 MKII powered speaker cabinet brings pure, accurate tone and flexibility to amp modelers and pedalboards. With 2,000W of peak power, the FRFR-108 MKII delivers enough headroom for almost any live gig or rehearsal. Its precision-tuned 8" woofer and compression driver are voiced to provide a transparent, uncolored full-range response critical for amp modeling. With the FRFR-108 MKII, you can fully realize the potential of your amp-in-a-box pedals.

Wirelessly Stream Music With Bluetooth

In addition to the XLR and 1/4" inputs with independent volume controls, the FRFR-108 MKII includes a dedicated Bluetooth channel. This lets you wirelessly stream music from any Bluetooth-enabled mobile device, adding backing tracks or custom interlude music seamlessly into your set. The Bluetooth connectivity makes the FRFR-108 MKII an extremely versatile tool both on stage and at rehearsal.

Quickly Adapt Your Sound

The FRFR-108 MKII equips you to tackle troublesome stage noise issues with its smart design. Engage the High Pass Filter switch to eliminate rumbling low end that competes with other instruments in the mix. The Ground Lift switch eliminates hum and buzz from ground loops. With these useful tools, you can adapt the FRFR-108 MKII to fit the acoustic needs of any venue.

Lightweight and Road-Ready

Weighing in at a portable 21 lb., the FRFR-108 MKII is built rugged yet remains easy to transport and set up. Its versatile design allows for use in a wedge position or upright using the pole mount socket. Perfect for outdoor gigs or anywhere without much backline, you can direct the sound anywhere needed. The FRFR-108 MKII is ready to be your amp modeler's powerful, adaptable companion.


  • 2000W peak power output
  • 8" woofer and 1" compression driver
  • 100Hz high-pass filter
  • Bluetooth 5.0 for wireless music streaming