PreSonus Eris E3.5 – 3.5″ Professional Multimedia Reference Monitors with Acoustic Tuning (Pair)

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Presonus Eris-series studio monitors are used worldwide by studio engineers who need to hear every detail of their recordings. Ideal for gaming and home video production, the Eris E3.5 delivers studio-quality sound yet is compact enough to fit almost anywhere. You get the flexibility of rear-panel, ¼-inch TRS and RCA inputs; front-panel 1/8” stereo, unbalanced line inputs for use with mobile audio devices; a convenient front-panel volume control; and an integrated headphone amplifier. Fine-adjust the speaker response with low- and high-frequency tuning controls. It may be small but the E3.5 is loud, as well as clear, thanks to a 50W (25W/side) class AB power amp.

Product Features

  • The reviews speak for themselves!
  • The only true studio monitor for multimedia, gaming, watching movies, or producing your next hit.
  • Studio-quality industrial design. They look as great as they sound. Protection: RF interference, Output-current limiting, Over-temperature, Turn-on/off transient
  • 3.5-inch woven composite drivers produce a more powerful bass response with a more accurate overall sound.
  • The only monitors in their class with acoustic tuning. This enables you to get pristine sound quality in any room. Crossover Frequency:2.8 kHz
  • Stereo aux input, headphone jack, volume, and power On/Off are located on the front panel for your convenience.


Anonymous says:

Amazing Output for Small-ish Near-Field Monitors! Before going into the details of the review it’s important to point out that these speakers are actually designed as “near-field” monitors, not home-audio loudspeakers. I’ve seen a handful of complaints about lack of bass reponse, hollow sound etc.Near-field monitors are designed to reproduce sound with a *flat* response to give an accurate, faithful reproduction of the original audio without enhancements. And the name implies their intended usage, to be listened…

Anonymous says:

Best monitors you’ll find for the price (this is a review of the PreSonus Eris E3.5 model)Good:- Sound is neutral- Very accurate soundstage- The ‘acoustic tuning’ it’s called allows you to adjust for environment- aux in on front- professional look that isn’t flashy and full of leds trying to call attention to itself.Cons:- Cables you get are pretty mediocre- Cabinet build quality feels cheapA quick background. While I’m no audio engineer and I wouldn’t…

Anonymous says:

What You Are Buying Let’s start with what you’re buying.A pair of 6.42″ wide x 9.45″ tall x 7.09″ deep, vinyl-laminated MDF cabinets weighing 13 lbs.A 25 watt stereo amp, in one cab, to power a pair of 4.5″ and 1″ speakers through a x-over at 2.8 kHz. These are not bi-amp speakers.A 6 dB +/- adjustable high and mid control and there’s a low end cutoff for better use with a sub, a boundary bass control of -2 or -4 dB and an input sensitivity or volume control.Balanced TRS and RCA…

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