2x PreSonus Eris E8 + ISO-PUCK 8-Pack
2x PreSonus Eris E8 + ISO-PUCK 8-Pack by PreSonus at PT 2 Moda PK. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Package Includes : 1 x PRESONUS ERIS E8 2 x IsoAcoustics ISO-PUCK Pair PRESONUS ERIS E8 The Eris E8 Two-Way Active 8'' Studio Monitor from PreSonus
Package Includes :
1 x PRESONUS ERIS E8
2 x IsoAcoustics ISO-PUCK Pair
PRESONUS ERIS E8
The Eris E8 Two-Way Active 8" Studio Monitor from PreSonus delivers an accurate response with tight bass and a clear upper end. The Kevlar low frequency transducers, low-mass silk-dome tweeters and responsive Class AB amplification combine with acoustic-adjustment controls to create a versatile and adaptable listening system.
The E8 begins with a front-ported enclosure made of vinyl-laminated MDF. It features an 8" Kevlar low-frequency woofer driven by a 75W, Class AB amplifier. For the highs, Eris employs a 1.25" silk-dome tweeter powered by a 65W, Class AB amplifier. The E8 outputs a clean 105 dB peak SPL. Its frequency response is rated at 35Hz to 22kHz.
IsoAcoustics ISO-PUCK Pair
Improve the Sound of Your Existing Monitors
The concept is familiar: decouple a studio monitor or instrument speaker from its supporting surface and it instantly sounds better, with tighter bass and a more focused stereo image. Sweetwater engineers have been into IsoAcoustics' monitor isolation stands since they came out. Now, we have the Iso-Puck — a small, hockey-puck-like isolation device that uses the same acoustic-mechanical principles, employing multi-part construction that dissipates energy which, if transferred to your speakers, could compromise their performance. The Iso-Pucks' round form factor makes positioning them under various pieces of gear quick and easy.
Features & Highlights
- Frequency Response 35 Hz - 22 kHz
- Improve the sound of your existing monitors
- Decouples your speakers from supporting surfaces
- Also works great on guitar, bass, and keyboard cabs
- Helps to minimize vibrational resonance into coupled surfaces