Studio-monitor Sound at a Multimedia Speaker Price! You don’t need to spend a fortune to get accurate sound, and with PreSonus Eris E3.5 studio monitors, the proof is in the pudding. These nearfield monitors feature robust woven composite woofers that offer excellent low-frequency reproduction with next to no distortion and silk-dome tweeters that deliver smooth and balanced highs. The result: sound you can trust, which means the mixes you create will translate better from one stereo to another. That’s something you won’t get out of multimedia speakers, which are designed to make music sound better, not to reproduce audio accurately. Onboard acoustic tuning controls let you contour your sound for your space If you know your studio monitors, then you already know about the problems that go with putting your monitors too close to walls. That’s when extreme low frequencies cause your walls to vibrate and act like big speaker cones, filling the air with false harmonics and ruining your ability to mix with accuracy. But sometimes the shape and size of your room leave you with no alternative but to place your monitors close to a wall. That’s where the Eris E3.5’s acoustic tuning controls come in handy. By cutting your Eris E3.5’s bass by up to 6dB, you can compensate for this phenomenon, without jeopardizing your sound. Eris E3.5’s 50 watts of Class AB amplification provide plenty of gain and headroom Offering up a solid 50 watts of Class AB amplification gives the PreSonus Eris E3.5 a major advantage over studio monitors that feature just enough power to get the job done. It may sound kind of technical, but the way this feature benefits you is pretty straightforward. With the Eris E3.5’s gain set to unity (the U in the middle of the dial), you can comfortably monitor your mix at an appropriate level, but still have plenty of extra volume to spare so that run-away transients (momentary loud peaks) sound louder, instead of just distorting at the same relative volume. It’s hard to express just how readily this easily overlooked feature of the Eris E3.5 can save your mix. Flexible configuration options let you set up your speakers to best meet your needs If you need to fine-tune your sound to achieve a flat frequency response, you’ll find fully variable high- and low-frequency controls on the back that let you boost or cut up to 6dB in their respective ranges. What’s more, PreSonus outfitted their Eris E3.5 studio monitors with unbalanced RCA as well as balanced TRS inputs, so you can connect them directly to just about any sound source in your studio. You also get an aux input for connecting your smartphone or media player and a headphone output for private listening. Killer software package included New, all PreSonus Monitors now include Studio One Prime, and to take it to the next level, the Studio Magic Plug-in Suite is also included. This extensive collection of popular plug-ins from manufacturers such as Maag Audio, Lexicon, and Arturia, adding up to hundreds of euros of extra value. Punch up your mix bus with Brainworx’s bx-opto, add ambiance with Eventide’s SP2016-inspired Stereo Room reverb, fire up transients with SPL’s Attacker, and much more. And since these plug-ins are available in AAX, VST, and AU formats, they’re compatible with any DAW you choose. PreSonus Eris E3.5 Features: An outstanding way to upgrade your monitoring so that your mixes translate 3.5″ woven composite woofers deliver solid low-end sound with minimal bass distortion 1″ ultra-low-mass silk-dome tweeters eliminate harshness and provide balanced high-frequency sound 50-watt Class AB amplification (25 Watts per speaker) provides plenty of volume and headroom for nearfield monitoring RCA and balanced 1/4″ inputs provide all the connections you may need Aux input for connecting your smartphone or media player Headphone output for private listening Acoustic tuning controls let you contour your sound to best meet your mixing environment
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