When youre ready to get serious about recording, its time to step up to PreSonus Eris-series studio monitors. Cheap computer speakers and home-stereo speakers wont reveal the truth about your mix. They arent designed for that.
In contrast, Eris speakers are real studio monitors, delivering very accurate response with tight bass and very clear upper end. Thats what you need in home studio. Thanks to well-designed Kevlar low frequency transducers, low-mass silk-dome tweeters, responsive Class AB amplification, and professional acoustic-adjustment controls, Eris delivers the goods.
Yet Eris-series speakers are ultra-affordable, making them terrific value. And with two models, you can easily find the Eris monitor that best suits your studio needs.
When Size Matters
If space is at premium, or if you want the ultimate in portability, consider the compact Eris E5, which takes up just x 10.24 7.68 inches (178 260 195 mm) and weighs in at just 10.2 lbs (4.63 kg). You can shoehorn this little beauty into almost any studio space.
The E5 sports 5.25-inch, Kevlar low-frequency driver, mated with 45W, Class AB amplifier; and 1-inch (25 mm), silk-dome tweeter powered by 35W, Class AB amplifier. It can crank out clean 102 dB SPL, peak. Frequency response is rated at 53 Hz to 22 kHz. For studio monitor in its size and price class, thats impressive.
For an extended low-frequency response and bit more muscle, step up to the Eris E8. With its 8-inch, Kevlar low-frequency transducer, driven by 75 watt, Class AB power amplifier, it can range down to 35 Hz. Like the E5, the E8 can reach all the way to 22 kHz, thanks to 1.25-inch (32 mm), silk-dome, high-frequency tweeter. However, the E8s tweeter is driven by heftier 65W, Class AB amplifier. With its extra juice, the E8 can deliver up to 105 dB SPL, peak.
All Eris speakers have front-ported enclosures made of vinyl-laminated, medium-density fiberboard (MDF).
See full details on the Manufacturer's website