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Review: PreSonus Eris 4.5 Bluetooth speakers – Tech

Aside from aesthetics and adaptability, when put to the test all audio output proved both crisp and articulate. The front-firing bass ports play a pivotal role in delivering an optimized low-frequency response. Notably, the robust MDF (medium density fibreboard) cabinets are adept at minimising resonance throughout the system, establishing a sturdy foundation for the low-frequency drivers.

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When it comes to sound reproduction, the Eris 4.5 truly shines. Sporting a 4.5-inch Kevlar low-frequency driver and a 1-inch silk dome tweeter, these monitors go beyond merely delivering sound by crafting an experience of accuracy and transparency. The 50-watt amplification doesn’t just add power, it’s the fuel behind the precision that resonates across the frequency spectrum.

What really stands out for me with Eris 4.5 is its ability to maintain a tight and controlled low end without compromising the clarity of the mids and highs, ensuring that each note is crisp and each nuance is heard. You can also adjust the levels of the lows and highs with knobs on the rear of the monitors; this feature isn’t just for show, it’s a game-changer for those moments of critical listening and those split-second decisions in the mixing process.

Whether you’re editing a YouTube video, working in a compact studio or collaborating on the go, I find that the Eris 4.5 can act as a sonic companion. With this release, PreSonus cements its reputation as an industry leader, pushing the boundaries of studio monitoring technology. Highly recommend.

The PreSonus Eris 4.5 BT Studio Monitors are now available for $199.99, for more information click here.

Tiffanie Ibe is a freelance writer, follow her on Instagram


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