PreSonus Eris E3.5-3.5英寸专业级引用监控器 带声学调音功能
- 工作室品质的工业设计。 他们看起来和听起来都一样棒。 保护：射频干扰，输出电流限制，过热，开/关瞬变
- 同类中具有声学调音功能的监听器。 这使您可以在任何房间中获得原始的声音质量。 分频频率：2.8 kHz。立体声辅助输入，耳机插孔，音量和电源开/关位于前面板上，为您提供方便。
Presonus eris系列监听音箱在全球范围内被录音室工程师使用，他们需要聆听其录音的每个细节。 Eris E3.5非常适合游戏和家庭视频制作，可提供录音室品质的声音，但结构紧凑，几乎可以安装在任何地方。 您可以灵活够到后面板，1/4英寸TRS和RCA输入端口； 用于移动音频设备的前面板1/8英寸立体声，非平衡线路输入端口； 方便的前面板音量控制； 和一个集成的耳机放大器。 使用低频和高频调谐控件微调扬声器的响应。 它可能很小，但由于配备了50W（每侧25W）AB类功率放大器，E3.5既响亮又清晰。
Sound you can trust.
PreSonus Eris-series studio monitors are used worldwide by audio engineers who need to hear every detail of their recordings. Ideal for gaming and home video production, the Eris E3.5 employs the same technology as the larger Eris models to deliver studio-quality sound, with a smooth and accurate frequency response. Yet they’re compact enough to fit almost anywhere.
Woofers that deliver a cleaner overall sound.
Every Eris-series studio monitor utilizes a woven composite, low-frequency driver. The weave and nature of the Eris E3.5’s 3.5-inch woofer result in a more constant dispersion pattern throughout the frequency range, resulting in less time-smeared audio and cleaner overall sound.
Smooth high end and wide sweet spot.
The Eris E3.5 is equipped with a one-inch silk-dome tweeter that produces a smooth and refined sound, accurately reproducing transients and high frequencies. The tweeter is designed to radiate sound with a fairly wide dispersion pattern, creating a large optimal listening area or “sweet spot” so you can move around and still hear everything accurately.
Connect to virtually any line-level source.
With three different types of audio inputs, it’s easy to feed audio to your Eris monitors from a mixer, an interface, a media player, or almost any other line-level source. The Eris E3.5 is equipped with rear-panel, ¼-inch TRS and RCA inputs, as well as front-panel ⅛-inch stereo, unbalanced line inputs for use with mobile audio devices. With this selection, you’ll have no problem hooking your Eris speakers up with virtually any line-level source, including your smartphone or tablet. The loud, clear, front-panel headphone amplifier lets you work and play in stealth mode, without disturbing your housemates.
Like all PreSonus monitor speakers, the Eris E3.5 offers consistent, accurate listening, with the smooth and even frequency response that has made Eris monitors popular around the world. Their compact and powerful design makes them an ideal solution for any small space.
Want extra-deep low end? Pair compact Eris E3.5s with PreSonus’ powerful Temblor T8 active subwoofer for a truly full-range sound system that fits almost anywhere.
A speaker’s response is affected by where you place it and the acoustics of your space. That’s why Eris E3.5 active media reference monitors offer easy-to-adjust high- and low-frequency controls. A convenient front-panel volume knob sets both the speaker level and the integrated headphone amplifier level. Be careful with that volume knob, though: Eris E3.5s are driven by an onboard 25 watt/side power amplifier and can get a lot louder than you may expect, while still delivering clear, accurate audio.
|Eris E3.5 (Pair)||Eris E3.5 BT (Pair)||Eris E4.5 (Pair)||Eris E4.5 BT (Pair)||Eris E5||Eris E5 XT|
|Type||2-way 3.5 inches Studio Monitors||2-way 3.5 inches Studio Monitors||2-way 4.5 inches Studio Monitors||2-way 4.5 inches Studio Monitors||2-way 5.25 inches Studio Monitor||2-way 5.25 inches Studio Monitor|
|Inputs||1- stereo 1/8 inch, 2- balanced ¼ inches TRS, 2- unbalanced RCA||1- stereo 1/8 inch, 2- balanced ¼ inches TRS, 2- unbalanced RCA / Bluetooth Wireless||1- stereo 1/8 inch, 2- balanced ¼ inches TRS, 2- unbalanced RCA||1- stereo 1/8 inch, 2- balanced ¼ inches TRS, 2- unbalanced RCA / Bluetooth Wireless||1- balanced XLR, 1- balanced ¼ inch TRS, 1- unbalanced RCA||1- Balanced XLR | 1- Balanced ¼” TRS | 1- Unbalanced RCA|
|Frequency response||80 Hz - 20 kHz||80 Hz - 20 kHz||70 Hz - 20 kHz||70 Hz - 20 kHz||53 Hz - 22 kHz||48 Hz - 20 kHz|
|LF / HF amplifier power||25W per speaker (not biamped)||25W per speaker (not biamped)||25W per speaker (not biamped)||25W per speaker (not biamped)||45W / 35W||45W / 35W|
|Peak SPL (@ 1 meter)||100 dB||100 dB||100 dB||100 dB||102 dB||102 dB|
|LF / HF driver||3.5 inches woven composite / 1 inch silk dome||3.5" woven composite / 1" silk dome||4.5 inches woven composite / 1 inch silk dome||4.5" woven composite / 1" silk dome||5.25 inches Kevlar / 1 inch silk dome||5.25 inches wen composite / 1 inch silk dome|
|EQ||High/low variable control (-6 to +6dB)||High/low variable control (-6 to +6dB)||High/mid variable control (-6 to +6dB)||High/mid variable control (-6 to +6dB)||High/mid variable control (-6 to +6dB)||High/mid variable control (-6 to +6dB)|
|Low cut||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||Flat, 80 Hz, 100 Hz||Flat, 80 Hz, 100 Hz|
|Acoustic space control||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||Flat, -2 dB, -4 dB||Flat, -2 dB, -4 dB|
|Dimensions||5.6 inches (w) x 6.4 inches (d) x 8.3 inches (h)||5.6 inches (w) x 6.4 inches (d) x 8.3 inches (h)||6.42 inches (w) x 7.09 inches (d) x 9.45 inches (h)||6.42 inches (w) x 7.09 inches (d) x 9.45 inches (h)||7 inches (w) x 7.68 inches (d) x 10.24 inches (h)||11 x 8 x 9 Inches | 11lbs|
Near-field monitors are designed to reproduce sound with a *flat* response to give an accurate, faithful reproduction of the original audio without enhancements. And the name implies their intended usage, to be listened "near" to the speaker itself at low-to-medium volume levels, not from 10-20 feet away with room-filling sound.
By contrast, "loudspeakers" are used for home audio and they typically have boosted bass and or treble response (low and high frequencies) to make the sound more punchy and colorful, especially since nearly all consumer audio sources come from highly compressed MP3 sources where much of the dynamic range of the original music track has been lost.
The PreSonus Eris series are all designed to be professional near-field monitors used for making critical mixes for audio or film/video production, and in that intended usage the Eris 3.5's shine.
The response is definitely flat with a little more low-end punch than I would have expected for a monitor this size. In fact I'm outright surprised how much low-end (bass) comes out of this small-ish pair. The rear-porting coupled with being close to a wall provides ample if not a tad too much bass reinforcement. I think for future design evolution having a front-ported enclosure would most likely make the bass response a bit more accurate, however I'm totally pleased with the output they provide.
One thing that sets this pair apart from the competition other than it's accurate sound reproduction, is that they have both a high and low-end tuning knobs on the back of the primary unit (left side). All others simply have a volume or output level adjustment, but no way to actually TUNE the speakers to the environment. That's a big plus and normally only found on larger and pricier units.
Although these are monitors and not loudspeakers they do provide a ton of physical sound output, far louder than I would have expected for such a small near-field monitor. (Remember, near-fields are designed for up-close low-to-medium volume levels.)
I considered several different models at this size and for the money you can't get or expect a better pair of monitors, they rock! Mine haven't even broken-in yet (new drivers need a break-in period to maximize their potential) and I'm already in love - it will only get better with time.
As long as you clearly understand the difference between what a loudspeaker and a near-field monitor is supposed to do then you'll be amazed at how good the Eris 3.5's sound. Get a pair and enjoy!!! I definitely am.
I read tons of reviews both here and at every reputable pro-audio retail website, and chose these over every other similarly priced and sized model because of their consistently glowing reviews. Of course, I was still skeptical because I have a hard time trusting the opinions and expectations of others when it comes to reviews on entry-level studio monitors. As a self-proclaimed "reasonable audiophile" and someone who has been producing and mixing music for a little more than 10 years now, I'm sure even my credentials (and my ears) will come into question during this review, and they should. It's always best to be skeptical about the type of claims I'm going to make here, especially when it comes to speakers or headphones that you haven't personally had the opportunity to audition before buying. Keeping that in mind, here are my thoughts on the Eris E4.5 monitors.
At the time I purchased these, they were selling here for just under $200. I feel comfortable saying that these are the unicorn exception to the "you get what you pay for" rule of audio equipment. They don't blow me away in the same way that larger, more expensive speakers often do, but to say that I was initially stunned by the sound of these speakers would be an understatement. Because I purchased these speakers for mixing, I was most interested in how they perform at low-to-moderate levels. They certainly get loud enough to fill a room with sound, even uncomfortably loud in the right room, but I'll never need them to be that loud.
At a level just slightly above the volume of the average speaking voice, these things sound unbelievably good for their size. The bass and sub-bass response isn't going to shake your foundation, but it's more than good enough for my purposes. They feel sturdy and don't have a lot of strange resonances that are difficult to work around; they don't "ring" a lot when you rap on them with your knuckles. The included adhesive foam pads didn't do anything special in terms of isolation, but they stick well and helps them to not slide around so easily on a smooth surface. If you really need to isolate these from the surface they're sitting on, just spring for some Auralex or a pair of small desktop stands.
On the whole, they perform well across the frequency spectrum. They're far from flat, but they're also nowhere near as colorful as other similar small near-field monitors I've used; make no mistake, this lack of extreme coloration is a very good thing. They really shine in the midrange and treble frequencies, though. At low volumes, they deliver audio with impressive clarity. If you're working a quiet room, you should have no trouble hearing your changes on these little workhorses.
I've already traveled with them once; took a trip to a cabin in the mountains and these had no problems keeping up when inspiration struck. I produce primarily electronic rock music, so being able to hear and understand what's going on at the bottom of the mix is extremely important in most of what I do. Again, the bass won't rock the house, but it's there and it gives you just what you need if you know what to listen for.
When they're at home, they're hooked up to my turntable; a very modest AT-LP120 and a MicroPhono preamp (yes, the Behringer unit). The manual included with these monitors states that you should use the on-board "low cutoff" control to attenuate the bass frequencies if you plan to back them up close to a wall, but I've gotten the best results by ignoring that advice, leaving that switch at 0 and keeping them about 2" from the wall atop a bookshelf. I'll need to upgrade at least two other parts of my vinyl chain before I can feel like it has outgrown these speakers.
To sum this all up, these monitors sound far better than they have any right to, considering their size and at the price they're being sold for. I won't waste your time waxing poetic about the subjective, unquantifiable aspects of the sound these monitors produce, but I can't emphasize enough that you'll get more than your money's worth out of these. If you have realistic expectations of what near-field monitors of this size and price will sound like, you'll probably be just as impressed as I was.