Presonus Eris E7 XT Studio Monitor Pair


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Presonus Eris E7 XT Studio Monitor Pair

Now available in the 7″ format!

We love the Eris range and they are by far our most sold studio monitors! Here they get an updated design and output with the XT models. 

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 the original Eris®-series studio monitors have been a runaway hit since their introduction. The Eris E5 XT is a substantial update to a lauded classic. Deeper lows and a wider, more controlled sweet spot (thanks to its new EBM wave guide 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) wave guide 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. It’s ideal for group listening and collaboration—while narrow vertical dispersion reduces reflections from your desk. Silk-dome tweeters ensure snappy, accurate transient reproduction.

PreSonus Eris E7 XT Studio Monitor Features:

6.5″ 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 inputs ensure easy connectivity with the rest of your gear

130-watt, Class AB bi-amplification exhibits 104dB of maximum continuous output

Solid protection against RF interference, extreme output current, excessive heat, and more

Inputs: XLRM, 1/4″ TRS, RCA unbalanced

More info from Presonus here.