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Eris E3.5 Active Media Reference Monitors

Sound you can trust.
PreSonus® Eris-series studio monitors are used worldwide by audio engineers who need to hear every detail of their recordings. Ideal for gaming and home video production, the Eris E3.5 employs the same technology as the larger Eris models to deliver studio-quality sound, with a smooth and accurate frequency response. Yet they’re compact enough to fit almost anywhere.

Woofers that deliver a cleaner overall sound.
Every Eris-series studio monitor utilizes a woven composite, low-frequency driver. The weave and nature of the Eris E3.5’s 3.5-inch woofer result in a more constant dispersion pattern throughout the frequency range, resulting in less time-smeared audio and cleaner overall sound.

Smooth high end and wide sweet spot.
The Eris E3.5 is equipped with a one-inch silk-dome tweeter that produces a smooth and refined sound, accurately reproducing transients and high frequencies. The tweeter is designed to radiate sound with a fairly wide dispersion pattern, creating a large optimal listening area or “sweet spot” so you can move around and still hear everything accurately.


Do I need a consumer to pro line level converter?

...into inputs 3+4. Same issue. Tried 2x RCA to 1/4" TS into inputs 3+4 with SC-88. Same issue. Monitors are Presonus Eris E3.5 connected to outputs 1+2 via 2x TRS cables. Monitors work great and sound awesome. Also note that mic inputs into channels 1+2 of the M4 work 100% correctly. Also, JV-1080 and SC-88 into...

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May 2020 New Gear Thread

I got some of those tiny little presonus eris 3.5's because I'm not at home for lockdown. I really wasn't expecting much, but they are actually turning out to be very decent. I usually use Yamaha msp5's through a motu ultralite mk2. I'm amazed at the detail and accuracy of these just out of...

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Presonus Eris E5

I have the Eris E3.5, but need something louder. The 3.5s are bought as a pair (one powers the other) but I've seen a lot of E5s for sale separately - are they identical (and can be paired), or am I missing something (sorry, not very experienced). Thanks

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