Lucky Eddie! He is among the first to receive and install a brand-spankin’ new StudioLive 32.4.2AI at his venue. He created this great walk-through video walking us through his applications for That 80s Bar. Thanks Eddie, and best to you and your mixer. 🙂
This 4.5/5 star-review on the new Eris monitors comes to us from the informed minds at Bonedo.De. It’s in German, but savvy Google Chrome users can employ the auto-translate feature, or users of any browser can download an English translation here.
“The PreSonus Eris E5 and E8 are quality made, well equipped and good-natured active
speakers for near field. The fairly linear tuning of the boxes allows an amazingly balanced
and transparent sound reproduction, and for a very attractive price. Since the Eris E5 costs
almost half, and was able to convince most sonically, it gets awarded 5 stars.”
Click here to read the full review in German.
This just in from the Trevor Curwen at MusicRadar! They took the time to listen (closely) and review (favorably) our new Eris E8 monitors.
Thanks very much for this, guys. Here’s a snippet:
“This is a speaker that could easily take care of all recording and mixing possibilities in a small studio.”
Click through to MusicRadar to read the full review!
The monitors roll out, and the reviews roll in. The PreSonus Eris monitor speakers
are being met with the sort of enthusiastic reception that we previously have only associated with The Beatles or a new Star Wars picture.
Recording Magazine’s Mike Metlay Ph.D. is bona fide qualified, and we’re really excited that he’s the guy who got to review these products for Recording. That Ph D. is in nuclear physics, BTW. Here’s a couple pull-quotes from Mike’s review:
“PreSonus’ first studio monitors present very neat solutions to the problem of affordable, good-sounding monitoring for small studios.”
“Let’s talk price. The E5 costs a bit more per pair than a set of cheap-ass desktop computer speakers and a thumpy little one-note sub, but for your money you get monitors you can actually use for real engineering. The E8 is even more of a no-brainer: it basically allows recording musicians who want proper full-range studio monitors, but don’t yet have the budget for high-end products, to get into the game without hurting themselves.”