PreSonus Eris E5 Two-Way Active 5.25" Studio Monitor (Each)

PreSonus Eris E5 Two-Way Active Studio Monitor (Pair) and T10 Active Subwoofer Kit

PreSonus Eris E5 Two-Way Active Studio Monitor (Pair) and T10 Active Subwoofer Kit

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  • 2 x Two-Way 5.25" Studio Monitors
  • T10 Active 10" Studio Subwoofer
  • 5.25" Kevlar Woofer and 1" Tweeter
  • Class AB Amplification
  • Sub has Front-Firing Port
  • XLR, 1/4" & RCA Inputs
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The PreSonus Eris E5 Two-Way Active Studio Monitor (Pair) and T10 Active Subwoofer Kit from B&H includes everything needed to mix and monitor audio in the studio, home, and more. It includes two active studio monitors with Kevlar low-frequency transducers, low-mass silk-dome tweeters, and a responsive built-in Class-AB amplification system. Plus, a PreSonus Temblor 10" active subwoofer designed for low-frequency sound reinforcement.

The kit is designed to bring out the particulars of your audio recording and mixing needs. Featuring studio monitors that deliver an accurate response, with tight bass and a clear upper end, and a subwoofer to bring out the low-frequency response from 20 to 200 Hz, this combination kit has the power to bring the punch and bass needed for you to feel the sound, with a clear image and plenty of details.

  • 2 x PreSonus Eris E5 Two-Way Active 5.25" Studio Monitor (Each)

    The Eris E5 Two-Way Active 5.25" Studio Monitor from PreSonus delivers an accurate response with tight bass and a clear upper end. The Kevlar low frequency transducers, low-mass silk-dome tweeters and responsive Class AB amplification combine with acoustic-adjustment controls to create a versatile and adaptable listening system.

    The E5 begins with a front-ported enclosure made of vinyl-laminated MDF. It features a 5.25" Kevlar low-frequency driver mated with a 45W, Class AB amplifier. For the highs, Eris employs a 1" silk-dome tweeter powered by a 35W, Class AB amplifier. The E5 outputs a clean 102 dB peak SPL. Its frequency response is rated at 64Hz to 22kHz.

    The Eris E5 provides a balanced XLR, a balanced ¼" TRS, and an unbalanced RCA line-level input. Once you're plugged in, set the Input Gain and you're ready to go!

    Acoustic Tuning Controls
    The Eris provides three EQ controls in its Acoustic Tuning section: High, Mid, and Low Cutoff. These controls enable you to fine-tune the monitors to your space. The Low control also is useful when using the E5 with a subwoofer.

    The High control is a shelving filter that boosts or cuts all frequencies above 4.5kHz by as much as 6dB. The Mid control is a mid-frequency peak filter that boosts or cuts frequencies centered at 1kHz and extending about one octave above and below that frequency. The Low Cutoff control rolls off frequencies below either 80 or 100Hz at a slope of 12dB/octave. This control is especially useful if you also have a connected subwoofer.
    Acoustic Space Control
    A three-position Acoustic Space switch controls a second-order, low shelving filter that cuts frequencies below 800 Hz by either 2 or 4dB to compensate for the boundary bass boost that occurs in close proximity to walls or corners.
    Thorough Protection Circuitry
    RF shielding protects against radio frequencies that could be introduced to the signal and become audible. Eris monitors also provide overheat protection, current-output limiting and subsonic protection. "Soft startup" amplifiers prevent damaging pops from sounding through the speakers when you power them up.
    UPC: 673454002175
  • PreSonus Temblor T10 Active 10" Studio Subwoofer

    The Temblor T10 Active 10" Studio Subwoofer is designed for low frequency sound reinforcement while monitoring in a recording studio. The subwoofer utilizes a 10-inch composite low frequency driver with a frequency response of 20 to 200 Hz and a maximum SPL of 110 dB. The driver is housed within a heavily braced and reinforced MDF cabinet with a vinyl finish and ported bass reflex design. It is powered by a 250 Watt Class AB plate amplifier. To reduce vibration, the unit features internal dampening and rests on built-in feet. The subwoofer features a variable crossover frequency between 50 and 130 Hz, input gain controls from -30 dB to +6 dB, a 0° or 180° phase switch, and a ground lift switch.

    You can connect to the subwoofer via a pair of balanced XLR inputs, a balanced pair of 1/4" TRS inputs, or an unbalanced pair of RCA inputs. The subwoofer also includes a balanced pair of XLR pass-through outputs, a balanced pair of 1/4" TRS pass-through outputs, and a balanced XLR sub output. The unit features a 120/240 VAC switchable power supply to accompany studio monitors in different regions.

    UPC: 673454002687
  • 2 x PreSonus Eris E5 Two-Way Active 5.25" Studio Monitor (Each)
    Inputs 1 x XLR balanced
    1 x 1/4" TRS balanced
    1 x RCA phono unbalanced
    Frequency Response 53 Hz to 22 kHz
    Crossover Frequency 3 kHz
    LF Amplifier 45W
    HF Amplifier 35W
    Maximum SPL 102 dB @ 1 meter
    Low Frequency Driver 5.25" (13.34 cm) Kevlar
    High Frequency Driver 1" (2.54 cm) silk dome
    Input Impedance 10kΩ
    Volume Control A-type taper
    Equalization HF Control: -6, 0, +6 dB; continuously variable
    MF Control: -6, 0, +6 dB; continuously variable
    Low Cut Filter: Flat, 80 Hz, 100 Hz; switchable
    Acoustic Space Control: Flat, -2 dB, -4 dB; switchable
    Protection RF interference
    Output-current limiting
    Turn-on/off transient
    Subsonic filter
    External mains fuse
    Enclosure Material Vinyl-laminated MDF
    Power Requirements 100 to 120V or 220 to 240V, 50/60 Hz
    Dimensions (W x D x H) 7 x 7.68 x 10.24" (178 x 195 x 260 mm)
    Weight 10.2 lb (4.63 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 13.1 x 11.6 x 9.9"
  • PreSonus Temblor T10 Active 10" Studio Subwoofer
    Transducer 10" Composite
    Power 250 W
    Amplifier Type Class AB
    Maximum SPL 110 dB continuous
    Controls Input gain: continuously variable from -30 to +6 dB
    Low pass filter: continuously variable from 50 to 130 Hz
    Phase switch: 0° and 180°
    Ground lift switch
    Inputs Left and right balanced XLR
    Left and right balanced 1/4" TRS
    Left and right unbalanced RCA
    Outputs Left and right balanced XLR pass-through
    Left and right balanced 1/4" TRS pass-through
    Balanced XLR Sub out
    1/4" Sub bypass
    Design Front firing bass-reflex acoustic port
    Internal dampening and heat sink
    Construction Resonance-suppressing internal bracing
    Internal dampening and heat sink
    Frequency Response 20 to 200 Hz
    Crossover Frequency Variable 50 to 130 Hz
    Voltage 100 to 120 VAC at 50/60 Hz
    220 to 240 VAC at 50-60 Hz
    Dimensions (H x W x D) 16.14 x 13.19 x 16" (410 x 335 x 406 mm)
    Weight 31.7 lb (14.4 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 21.7 x 20.3 x 17.1"
Eris E5 Two-Way Active Studio Monitor (Pair) and T10 Active Subwoofer Kit is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I can't imagine a better deal. $500 for an utterly sweet monitor system! That was my budget, and since acquiring and setting it up the system, I've been pinching myself. I spent much more some years ago for a system that wasn't nearly as cohesive and true. That system had larger speakers but no subwoofer, and too much of the bass content was simply unavailable for review. I added a subwoofer for that system, but never achieved the synergy with that system that I have with this one. Sitting in my sweet spot, the stereo mix mix seems to hang in the air--very smooth and detailed with all the definition I could expect for the money. A little tweaking with positioning, volume, and crossover frequency on the subwoofer gave me all the well-defined boom I needed to work constructively on the low end of my mixes. It sounds great AND sounds true--which is all you can ask for from a studio monitor system. And the wonderful inclusion of the T10's bypass switch allows you to A/B your mixes with just the small speakers, helping you add just the right amount of midrange content to define your bass parts in lesser sound systems. At this price it's a steal--and everything I hoped it would be.
Date published: 2017-04-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Extraordinary value - best sound for the money! Been listening to them for the last 2 weeks and enjoying every minute of it. E5's are mounted on stands putting their tweeters at ear level, the sub is positioned away from the rear wall in the same horizontal plane as the monitors as suggested by PreSonus. I'm running the E5's from 100Hz up (12dB per octave slope) and the sub is set at 120Hz (24dB slope). Even pulled away from the wall the T10 goes deep - used pink noise to set levels and then had to drop the sub down further for balance with music. Reasonably tight bass that sounds good on classical, jazz and pop ranging from country to hard rock. E5's sound clean and detailed - no treble harshness or boxy sound on vocals - listening for faults and not finding much to complain about - none considering the price. Peak levels at about 90dB is all I need with nearfield listening - can get a LOT louder than that if you need it. Performance has way exceeded my expectations and I can't think of a better investment than this package - over $200 less than the equivalent JBL system and way less than the Yamaha with more features than either - what's not to love? Rest of system consists of Topping DX7s DAC/headphone amp with Sennheiser HD600's. Sources are CD's ripped with Apple Lossless running on iTunes @ 44/16 and Tidal @ 44/16 and 96/24 on my 2018 iMac 27" - everything but the DAC from B&H - best retailer on the Web!
Date published: 2018-08-15
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