Our best-selling studio monitors just got even better.
With their smooth, accurate frequency response; powerful amplification with tons of headroom; and acoustic tuning functions that ensure you always get the best sound, it's no wonder that Eris®-series studio monitors have been a runaway hit since their introduction. The Eris E7 XT builds on the Eris XT series, adding big, controlled bass in a compact form that will fit into a studio of nearly any size. Deep lows and a wide, more controlled sweet spot (thanks to its EBM waveguide design) mean that our best-selling studio monitors just got even better.
Studio speakers with a wide sweet spot.
We outfitted the Eris XT studio monitors with a new EBM (Elliptical Boundary Modeled) waveguide designed by none other than Hugh Sarvis of WorxAudio, the mind behind our award-winning CDL loudspeakers and lauded R-series monitors. The result? A superior high-frequency response and wider 100-degree horizontal dispersion to create a broader sweet spot that's ideal for group listening and collaboration. Narrow vertical dispersion reduces reflections from your desk. Silk-dome tweeters ensure snappy, accurate transient reproduction.
Bass that’s just right.
The familiar woven composite low-frequency driver offers Eris' signature tight, clear bass, with plenty of punch and no flab. Eris E7 XT studio monitors sport a ported enclosure that is designed to maximize bass in a compact cabinet, allowing them to reach down to an astonishing 42 Hz—with no subwoofer!
Set up your studio monitors for your room.
Modern recording studios can be anywhere from a spare bedroom to a multi-million dollar facility. That's why every studio monitor we make is equipped with controls that ensure the flattest response in your mix environment. Acoustic tuning controls allow you to configure the Eris E7 XT perfectly for your room: You get Low-cut, Mid, and High controls, as well as 3-way Acoustic Space tuning that allows you to easily compensate for the sonic consequences of speaker placement against a wall or in a corner.
Studio monitor connections.
It’s easy to feed audio to your Eris E7 XT studio monitors from an audio interface, mixer, monitor controller, or almost any other line-level source. Eris E7 XT monitors provide balanced XLR, balanced ¼-inch TRS, and unbalanced RCA line-level inputs. You’ll have no problem hooking your Eris speakers up to virtually anything.
Suitable for both home recording studios and professional mix engineering, 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.
Did you know? PreSonus studio monitors and media reference monitors include a special edition of Studio Magic, a suite of over $1000 USD worth of music software including Studio One Prime and more plug-ins, loops, virtual instruments, effects, and tutorials than you may ever need. The Magic edition of Studio One Prime is compatible with all of the included plug-ins, of course, and because they're included in VST, AU, and AAX formats, you can also use them in any DAW you’d like.
It doesn't matter if you’re working on your first podcast episode or your tenth Grammy—you'll find yourself conjuring from the book of Studio Magic sooner than later. Have fun!
Qualifying products include: Eris-series, R-series, Sceptre-series, and Temblor-series speakers and subwoofers. Ableton Live Lite is not included in Studio Magic when acquired through a speaker registration. Content and terms of the Studio Magic Software Suite are subject to change.
... getting mixes to sound good on them was easy in terms of both instrumental balances and EQ, and more importantly, those mixes translated well to other listening environments.Steve La Cerra, Mix
...a great entry point to that pro world which will ultimately lead you to better results for your mixes.Staff, Computer Music
Eris E7 XT monitors are among the most attractive low-cost studio loudspeakers.Grigory Lyadov, ProSound (Russia)
They remained smooth but detailed-sounding at the top end, very clean in the mid-range and punchy at the bass end without excessive smearing at low frequencies.Paul White, Sound on Sound