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Eris™ E4.5 2-Way Active Studio Monitors (Pair), Presonus Hardware

SKU E.45
Ahorre $100.00 Ahorre $100.00
Precio original $259.99
Precio original $259.99 - Precio original $259.99
Precio original $259.99
Precio actual $159.99
$159.99 - $159.99
Precio actual $159.99
Disponibilidad:
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Don't let their size and price fool you: Eris E4.5 powered speakers deliver amazing sound quality in a compact package. Perfect for home studios or as high-fidelity replacements for computer speakers, Eris E4.5s pack a serious punch, thanks to 4.5-inch Kevlar low frequency transducers; 1-inch, low-mass, silk-dome tweeters; responsive 25W Class AB amplification per speaker; and professional acoustic-adjustment controls, the diminutive Eris E4.5 represents an outstanding value in its class. Unlike comparably priced studio monitors, Eris E4.5 has controls for simulating different listening environments and flattening frequency response to enable more accurate mixing.

  • A great choice for music lovers, content creators and gamers, the Eris E4.5 media reference monitors bring studio sound to the home environment.
  • Now comes included with Studio One Prime and Studio Magic plug-in suite, over $1000 USD worth of music production software.
  • 4.5-inch, woven-composite, low-frequency transducer produces an accurate, balanced sound.
  • 1-inch (25 mm), ultra-low-mass, silk-dome, high-frequency transducer eliminates harshness
  • High- and low-frequency controls let you fine-tune the speaker’s response for the space you're in.
  • Stereo aux input for your smartphone, headphone jack for private listening, volume, and power on/off are located on the front panel for your convenience.
  • Equipped with RCA and ¼-inch balanced TRS rear-panel inputs.
  • 50-watt Class AB amplification (25 Watts per speaker) provides plenty of volume and headroom for nearfield monitoring.
  • Contains rear-firing, round bass-reflex port.

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