PreSonus releases the new Eris E5BT Media Reference Monitors
20.04.2022

PreSonus releases the new Eris E5BT Media Reference Monitors

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Words by Harry Hartney

With the convenience of Bluetooth connectivity for whatever your listening application is

PreSonus have released their new Eris E5BT Media Reference Monitors providing the convenience of Bluetooth connectivity in whatever your chosen application is.

What you need to know:

  • PreSonus have released their new Eris E5BT Media Reference Monitors providing the convenience of Bluetooth connectivity.
  • The monitors’ compact design, studio quality sound, and the inclusion of PreSonus’ Studio One Prime and Studio Magic software makes these speakers optimal for music listeners and producers alike.
  • They are available for $399 a pair.

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With balanced stereo ¼” TRS inputs, Eris E5BT monitors can connect to audio interfaces, while its stereo RCA inputs make this new release perfect for turntables. Additionally, the monitors feature a front-panel 1/8″ stereo AUX line input, and their Bluetooth features make them easily adaptable to any mobile device.

As well as this, these media reference monitors contain ¼” inch TRS summed mono subwoofer outputs, allowing flexibility for those who prefer a more bass-toned sound.

Boasting Class D 100W amplification, PreSonus’ Eris E5BT media reference monitors also include an integrated headphone amplifier, fit for a private listening experience. Contributing to this are the available onboard low and high frequency tuning controls, allowing you to create your ideal audial environment.

In terms of their construction, the monitors are built with a low-frequency, 5.25″ woven-composite transducer, along with its ultra-low mass, one-inch, silk dome high-frequency counterpart.

The monitors’ compact design, studio quality sound, and the inclusion of PreSonus’ Studio One Prime and Studio Magic software makes these speakers optimal for music listeners and producers alike.

They are available for $399 a pair.

Stock is expected to land in stores later this week. Head to PreSonus for more information. For local enquiries, get in touch with Link Audio.