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PreSonus Unveils The Eris Pro 4

PreSonus Unveils The Eris Pro 4

Eris Pro Series studio monitors are powerful, compact and Atmos-ready with a horn-loaded coaxial design for stunningly accurate sound that allows engineers and producers to explore every corner of the mix.

Since 1995, PreSonus has engineered solutions for musicians, content creators, producers, and audio engineers who are constantly seeking to further their craft. As a leader in audio technology, the brand is committed to providing recording artists at every level with the tools they need to achieve their sonic ambitions.

Today, PreSonus Audio Electronics, Inc. announces the Eris Pro 4, a new addition to the flagship Eris Pro Studio monitor line. Eris® Pro Series studio monitors are powerful, compact and Atmos-ready with a horn-loaded coaxial design for stunningly accurate sound that allows engineers and producers to explore every corner of the mix.

The Eris Pro 4, Pro 6, and Pro 8 reference monitors feature a single point-source coaxial design, ensuring clear sound reproduction and superior phase alignment for a wide sweet spot and precise stereo imaging, ideal for both Dolby Atmos immersive rooms and stereo mix environments. The new Eris Pro 4 studio monitors offer detailed transient response and stunning dynamics, powered by a 1-inch ultra-low mass silk-dome tweeter and 4.5-inch woven composite woofer delivering clear bass with plenty of punch. Adjustable acoustic tuning, flexible input options, and provisions for wall/ceiling mounts make it easy to integrate the Eris Pro 4 monitors into both stereo and multi-channel systems. Monitors are sold individually.

Top Features Include:

  • Single point-source coaxial design for wider sweet spot and better phase alignment
  • 4.5-inch woven composite low-frequency driver
  • 1-inch, ultra-low mass, silk-dome, high frequency driver
  • Crossover Frequency, 3.4 kHz
  • 80W, Class AB amplification (LF: 45W, HF: 35W)
  • 55 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response
  • 99 dB Peak SPL (@ 1 meter)

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