PreSonus Eris 7 XT are new affordable studio monitors
The PreSonus Eris 7 XT is the latest addition to the company’s growing line of affordable studio monitors.
PreSonus recently launched the upgraded line of their incredibly popular Eris line of studio monitors, the new PreSonus Eris XT range featured a redesigned waveguide allowing for a much wider stereo image and bigger sweet spot. The new range also features a redesigned Kevlar custom-woven woofer cone to deliver a more focused low end than previous models.
One thing that confused me is that they only offered a 5” and an 8” option, while generally speaking 6.5” is generally a more popular option for bedroom producers – especially nowadays with electronic music influences being heard in contemporary pop music so widely.
Introducing the new PreSonus Eris 7 XT, it fits perfectly between the existing models and will probably boost the popularity of the already incredibly popular line of studio monitors.
“Suitable for both home recording studios and professional mix engineering, the Eris XT studio monitors combine sterling audio quality with the flexible tuning and connectivity you’ve come to expect from PreSonus. It’s Eris, remastered” said PreSonus.
The tech specs…
The PreSonus Eris 7 XT features an unbalanced RCA input alongside balanced TRS and XLR, supporting inputs from a variety of sources – laptops, mobile devices or ideally an audio interface.
The monitors have various acoustic tuning settings to get the most out of your environment.
Most of the upgraded features in the XT range of monitors were designed by Hugh Sarvis of WorxAudio – the mind behind a lot of the high-end features that make PreSonus flagship lines (CDL and R-Series) of monitors so special.
The Eris 7 XT are set to retail at USD $229 each (Around R3900 excl. duties).