Presonus Eris E8 XT High-Definition 2-way 8" Nearfield Studio Monitors (Pair)

Manufacturer: PresonusSku: ErisE8XT
Limited Stock
Price: NZ$998.00
SoundStore Price: NZ$899.00
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Presonus Eris E8XT High-Definition 2-way 8" Nearfield Studio Monitors (Priced per pair)
 

Building upon the success of the original, the PreSonus Eris E8 XT Two-Way Active 8" Studio Monitor offers the same robust connectivity options with an updated driver combo and a larger ported enclosure. The Hugh Sarvis designed EBM waveguide delivers a wider and more controlled sweet spot, ideal for group listening and collaboration. The E8 XT utilizes 140W Class-AB biamplification to power the 8" woven composite woofer and 1.25" ultra-low-mass, silk-dome high-frequency driver, which combine to deliver up to 105 dB of continuous SPL.

The Eris E8 provides a balanced XLR, a balanced ¼" TRS, and an unbalanced RCA line-level input. Dial in the acoustic tuning controls for a flattened frequency response and an accurate mixing contour. The acoustic controls on the rear panel include Level, HPF, LF-Trim, HF-Trim, and Acoustic Space. The PreSonus Eris E8 XT ships with a power cord.

  • 8" woven composite low-frequency transducer
  • 1.25" ultra-low-mass, silk-dome, high-frequency transducer
  • Coverage (HxV): 100 x 60° EBM waveguide and ported enclosure
  • Tuning controls for accurate mixing contour (Level, HPF, LF Trim, HF Trim, Acoustic Space)
  • 140W, Class-AB biamplification
  • Balanced XLR, TRS, and unbalanced RCA inputs
  • 105 dB maximum continuous SPL
  • RF interference, output current limiting, over-temperature, transient, external mains fuse, and subsonic protection

Customer Reviews

(5.00)stars out of 5
# of Ratings: 2
1. on 9/9/2015, said:
5 stars out of 5
Never heard music so clearly
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2. on 1/18/2015, said:
5 stars out of 5
What a difference a larger cone size makes.I was going to go for the E5 as I currently use KRK Rokit5.I bought the KRK because so many people use them it seems to be more of a standard.I have always felt they are a bit overextended in the bottom end at the expense of clarity and had to use my Behritones to continually reference to. The moment I got the E8s going I new this was the right choice. The larger size cone allows clarity at a lower volume and the bass is tight with that soft edge. The sound field is very defined.I have remixed some of my songs and it is much easier to hear the subtle changes, and the sound matches the Behritones (which are an Auratone substitute) but with the bottom end of course.I have been using B&W 601 6inch as main monitors for 13 years. Very clear and accurate but in near field quite tiring. These are great value for the price. And I haven`t seen a bad review. Very happy chappy.
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