PresonusEris E66 Studio Monitor


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Presonus Eris E66

The Eris E66 from Presonus is a studio monitor that is perfect when you need both detail and a wide stereo spread and sweet spot. Conventional speaker designs may introduce peaks and valleys in the sound waves emanating from them. A nested Midwoofer-tweeter-midwoofer (MTM, or D'Appolito) minimizes this effect and provides a clear reproduction and an extended sweet spot. It uses a pair of 6.5" woven composite drivers, placed so their acoustic centers are less than one wavelength apart from any frequency they produce.

Place the monitors horizontally or vertically; they work just as well in either position. Precisely tune the monitor to your listening environment using the acoustic space that compensates for boundary boost that sometimes occurs when placed near a corner or wall. A low-cut filter provides a way to dampen low-end sounds to compensate when used with an external subwoofer. Finally, add 6dB of boost or cut to the mid and high-frequency content to get the perfect response. If you need a wide stereo soundstage and incredible accuracy, the E66 provides unparalleled performance.

Eris E66 Features

  • Studio monitor
  • Midwoofer-tweeter-midwoofer design helps widen stereo sound stage and sweet spot
  • Dual 6.5" woven composite drivers
  • 1.25" silk dome tweeter
  • Acoustic tuning controls account for room and desk placement
  • Low cut filter for use with subwoofers
  • Mid and high-frequency boost and cut by 6dB
  • Balanced XLR, balanced TRS, or unbalanced RCA inputs
  • Amplifiers: Dual 80W 6.5" woven composite, 1.25" 65W silkdome tweeter
  • Inputs: Balanced XLR, balanced TRS, unbalanced RCA
  • Frequency response: 45Hz-22kHz
  • Crossover frequency: 2.4kHz
  • Peak SPL: 106dB
  • IEC connection runs off of 100-120V 50/60Hz or 220-250V 50/60Hz
  • 18.1 x 8.5 x 9.8"/460 x 215 x 250mm
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