Presonus Audio Electronics Eris-Series
These two-way, bi-amped monitor speakers deliver accurate response with a tight bass and clear upper end. They can also be user-adjusted to the acoustic space, allowing the user to create a more accurate listening environment or to simulate different common listening environments. The Eris E8 features an 8" Kevlar low-frequency transducer, driven by a 75W, Class AB power amplifier; and a 1.25" silk-dome, high-frequency tweeter with a 65W, Class AB amplifier. It can deliver up to 105dB SPL, peak. Frequency response is rated at 45Hz to 22kHz. The compact Eris E5 sports a 5.25" Kevlar low-frequency driver, mated with a 45W, Class AB amplifier; and a 1" silk-dome tweeter powered by a 35W, Class AB amplifier. It can crank out a clean 102dB SPL, peak. Frequency response is rated at 64Hz to 22kHz. Both Eris models have individual balanced XLR and 1/4" TRS input connections in addition to unbalanced RCA inputs. Both offer RF shielding, current-output limiting, over-temperature protection, and subsonic protection.
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