PreSonus Eris E8 XT 8 inch Powered Studio Monitor - Pair | Emusic
RM2,090.00 RM2,350.00
PreSonus Eris E8 XT 8 inch Powered Studio Monitor - Pair (E8XT)
Price RM2,090.00 RM2,350.00
Product SKU E8XT
Brand PreSonus
Size (L x W x H) 25 cm x 25 cm x 45 cm
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  • Powered:Yes
  • Power Configuration:Bi-amped
  • LF Driver Size:8"
  • LF Driver Type:Woven Composite
  • HF Driver Size:1.25"
  • HF Driver Type:Silk dome
  • Total Power:140W Class AB
  • Frequency Response:35Hz-22kHz
  • Crossover Frequency:2200Hz
  • Maximum Peak SPL:105 dB SPL @ 1m
  • Input Types:1 x XLR, 1 x 1/4" TRS, 1 x RCA
  • Enclosure Type:Front Ported
  • Enclosure Material:MDF with Vinyl laminate
  • Height:15.12"
  • Width:9.84"
  • Depth:11.77"
  • Weight:22.2 lbs.
The PreSonus Eris E8 XT offers deep lows, smooth highs, and impressive imaging, thanks to first-rate drivers that work in tandem with an innovative EBM waveguide and state-of-the-art front-ported enclosure. Tailor this studio monitor to your room using a generous array of acoustic tuning controls, while a full complement of I/O ensures easy connectivity with the rest of your gear. Benefit from 105dB of maximum continuous output via 140-watt, Class AB bi-amplification. You also get solid protection against RF interference, extreme output current, excessive heat, and more. The PreSonus Eris E8 XT — a top-notch studio monitor that’s friendly to your wallet.
FEATURES
  • 8” woven composite low-frequency transducer offers deep lows
  • 1.25” silk-dome high-frequency driver boasts smooth highs
  • State-of-the-art front-ported enclosure produces tight bass frequencies
  • Innovative 100° x 60° EBM waveguide yields a wide sweet spot and solid imaging
  • Acoustic tuning controls for tailoring the monitor to your room
  • Balanced and unbalanced I/O ensure easy connectivity with the rest of your gear
  • 140-watt, Class AB bi-amplification exhibits 105dB of maximum continuous output
  • Solid protection against RF interference, extreme output current, excessive heat, and more