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PreSonus Eris E4.5 4.5" Powered Studio Monitors

PreSonus Eris E4.5 4.5" Powered Studio Monitors, Powered 25W Studio Monitors with 4.5" Kevlar Woofer, 1" Silk-dome Tweeter, and Acoustic Tuning Controls (pair).

Small, Accurate, Affordable Monitors

The PreSonus Eris E4.5 2-way active studio monitors give you a high-quality, high-value alternative to "computer" speakers. Eris employs a Kevlar woofer, a low-mass silk-dome tweeter, Class AB amplification, and professional acoustic-adjustment controls to deliver true studio-monitor accuracy, at a price point that's flooded with ho-hum "multimedia" speakers. And unlike comparably priced studio monitors, Eris gives you controls for flattening frequency response to facilitate accurate mixing. Need accurate monitors but don't want to break the bank? You should give the PreSonus Eris E4.5 a serious audition.

PreSonus: gear designed by musicians, for musicians

The brainchild of current Chief Strategy Officer Jim Odom - a musician, producer, and LSU graduate in electrical engineering, and co-founder Brian Smith (VP of Engineering), a fellow LSU engineering graduate, PreSonus was launched in 1995 with the mission of building affordable, professional music-production tools for musicians and audio engineers. Based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, PreSonus in 2014 moved into its new digs, complete with a professional recording studio and live-sound venue designed by the world-famous Walters-Storyk Design Group.

PreSonus Eris E4.5 Active Studio Monitors (pr) Features at a Glance:

  • Outstanding performance and value
  • 4.5" Kevlar woofer, 1" ultra-low-mass silk-dome tweeter
  • 50-watt Class AB amplification (25 watts per speaker)
  • Balanced 1/4" TRS, unbalanced 1/8" TS, RCA, and bare-wire inputs
  • 1/8" stereo headphone output
  • Acoustic Space settings let you properly integrate your Eris monitors into your room
  • Acoustic Tuning controls let you flatten response for mixing accuracy

The PreSonus Eris E4.5: studio-monitor mojo at a "multimedia" price!

Tech Specs

  • Powered: Yes
  • Power Configuration: Stereo
  • LF Driver Size: 4.5"
  • LF Driver Type: Cone
  • HF Driver Size: 1"
  • HF Driver Type: Dome
  • Total Power: 50W Class AB (25W per speaker)
  • Frequency Range: 70Hz-22kHz
  • Crossover Frequency: 2.8kHz
  • Maximum Peak SPL: 100 dB
  • Features: Low cut (80Hz, 100Hz), Over temperature protection, RF interference protection, Mid and High frequency boost/cut
  • Input Types: 1 x 1/4" TRS, 1 x 1/8" TS (aux in), 1 x Dual RCA Stereo
  • Output Types: 1 x 1/8" (headphones)
  • Enclosure Type: Ported
  • Enclosure Material: Vinyl laminated, medium-density fiberboard
  • Height: 9.45"
  • Width: 6.42"
  • Depth: 7.09"
  • Weight: 13 lbs.
  • Manufacturer Part Number: E4.5

Customer Reviews

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Wow! Great Sound

I must admit to being skeptical. However; that quickly changed after setup. The sound is very balanced and color-free. The highs are clear and crisp with well rounded bass response. They are worth a second and third look.

M
M.
Wow! Great Sound

I must admit to being skeptical. However; that quickly changed after setup. The sound is very balanced and color-free. The highs are clear and crisp with well rounded bass response. They are worth a second and third look.

C
C.
Great! Very Pleased!

These are my first REAL monitors (I've used many, but never owned, so I can't really compare them to much, other than the Creative Labs computer speakers w/sub I have used for... too long).

These sound very transparent- just like I had hoped. Testing some albums that I like, the definition was notable, and quite pleasant.
(Mind you, monitors are not meant to just sound "good", rather they are intended to be ACCURATE, and then it's up to YOU to make them sound good). In that regard, these deliver) Listening to some of my own material I was (mostly) pleasantly surprised to discover details I was unaware were hiding in there! Sadly, they also revealed some of the issues with my old monitors, as well as my own technique (sigh) though mostly I was relieved to hear I had done alright with my cruddy old speakers, but WOW, what I had been missing!

I think they're just a little bright sounding (in my room which is less than ideal), easily addressable with the various attenuation knobs and switches on the rear panel (thoughtful/useful features for this price).

The bass presence is quite satisfactory, clear and defined- not earth moving, which for me is fine (there is an available subwoofer for these if you're THAT kind of composer- you nuts).

C
C.
Great! Very Pleased!

These are my first REAL monitors (I've used many, but never owned, so I can't really compare them to much, other than the Creative Labs computer speakers w/sub I have used for... too long).

These sound very transparent- just like I had hoped. Testing some albums that I like, the definition was notable, and quite pleasant.
(Mind you, monitors are not meant to just sound "good", rather they are intended to be ACCURATE, and then it's up to YOU to make them sound good). In that regard, these deliver) Listening to some of my own material I was (mostly) pleasantly surprised to discover details I was unaware were hiding in there! Sadly, they also revealed some of the issues with my old monitors, as well as my own technique (sigh) though mostly I was relieved to hear I had done alright with my cruddy old speakers, but WOW, what I had been missing!

I think they're just a little bright sounding (in my room which is less than ideal), easily addressable with the various attenuation knobs and switches on the rear panel (thoughtful/useful features for this price).

The bass presence is quite satisfactory, clear and defined- not earth moving, which for me is fine (there is an available subwoofer for these if you're THAT kind of composer- you nuts).

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