Presonus Eris 3.5 2nd Gen


Active Studio Monitors

  • Equipped with 3.5" woofer and 1" tweeter with silk cone
  • Power: 2x 25 W sinus
  • Class-AB-power amp
  • Frequency range: 80 - 20,000 Hz
  • Maximum level: 97 dB @ 1 m
  • Auto standby switchable
  • Inputs: TRS jacks (L/R, balanced), RCA pair (L/R)
  • Treble control and bass control each -6 to +6 dB
  • Front aux input for smartphone etc.: 3.5 mm stereo mini jack
  • Front headphone jack: 3.5 mm stereo mini jack
  • Front volume control with on/off switch and operation LED
  • Shielded against HF interference, switch-on delay and output current limiter, overheating protection and subsonic filter
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 210 x 141 x 153 mm
  • Weight: 3.1 kg (pair)
  • Incl. mini jack TRS to 2x RCA cable, 3.5 mm TRS to 3.5 mm TRS cable and 1.5 m connection cable from left to right speaker
Available since September 2023
Item number 572877
Sales Unit 1 pair(s)
Speaker size 1x 3,5", 1x 1"
Amplifier power per unit (RMS) 25 W
Magnetic Shielding No
Analogue XLR Input No
Analogue Input (Jack) Yes
Analogue Input (Mini Jack) Yes
Analogue Input (RCA) Yes
Digital input No
Manual frequency correction Yes
Frequency range min. 80 Hz
Frequency range max. 20000 Hz
Dimensions in mm 210 x 141 x 153
Weight in kg 3,1 kg
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308 AED 78,15 €
Plus 275 AED shipping
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Compact and affordable monitor set

The Presonus Eris 3.5 2nd Gen is an active two-way stereo studio monitor set. Featuring a 3.5" woofer and a 1" tweeter, this model is the smallest in the manufacturer's compact class. The series combines an attractive price tag with an accurate and balanced sound reproduction that has been configured for greater precision in the second-generation monitor set, particularly in the bass range. In addition, the basic Eris models feature an impressive array of connection options. The Eris 3.5 2nd Gen offered here (minus the suffix "BT") dispenses with a Bluetooth interface in favour of an affordable price.

Presonus Eris 3.5 2nd Gen

Balanced sound

The Presonus Eris 3.5 2nd Gen comes in a highly compact and robust bass reflex housing produced from vinyl-laminated MDF. The 3.5" woven-composite woofer produces a clear bass response from 80Hz and ensures a uniform dispersion across the entire frequency spectrum, while the 1" tweeter with silk dome ensures natural articulation of highs and a wide sweet spot in the listening position. Each speaker is powered by a 25W class AB amplifier. The two amplifiers are housed in the left-hand speaker, which also features a handy headphone output at the front. The right-hand speaker is connected like a satellite and does not require a dedicated power supply.

Presonus Eris 3.5 2nd Gen controls

Ideal for home studios

The Presonus Eris 3.5 2nd Gen is ideal for all users who are looking for reliable monitoring at a low price and, thanks to the speaker's extremely compact housing, is not only perfect for YouTubers and podcasters who operate at minimalistic workstations, but also for music and video production. The 3.5" woofer is ideally suited to near-field use in small to very small rooms. What is more, the Presonus Eris 3.5 2nd Gen boasts a simple filter section with two shelving filters for bass and treble (+/- 6dB each), allowing the sound to be adapted to a room's acoustics. For an optimised low end, combining the monitors with a subwoofer such as the Eris Sub 8BT may just produce the desired result. As the subwoofer also happens to come with a Bluetooth interface, users will barely notice the omission of this function from the Eris 3.5.

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About Presonus

Presonus is a US company founded in 1995 by Jim Odom and Brian Smith in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The firm designs hardware and software at both professional and more affordable levels for musicians and producers. Presonus first made a splash in the mid-1990s with the DCP8, an eight-channel analogue compressor/limiter/gate with fader and mute automation that could be digitally controlled by MIDI. In the early 2000s followed a series of microphone amplifiers and the first audio interfaces for the then-emerging home studio scene. Today, the company’s product range includes audio interfaces, microphone preamps, digital mixing consoles, and studio monitors as well as the established DAW software Studio One.

Extensive connectivity

The Presonus Eris 3.5 2nd Gen offers extensive connectivity, making it ideal for integration into a versatile living and working area. The left-hand speaker is equipped with balanced 6.3mm TRS jack sockets for audio interface connection and an unbalanced RCA socket for HiFi systems. The 3.5mm stereo jack input at the front of the speaker enables the rapid connection of wired playback devices such as smartphones or tablets. For added practicality, the volume control and headphone jack can also be found on the speaker.

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46 Reviews

Very good entry-level monitors
JavierGermany 30.11.2023
I bought these for my small home studio setup --not professional--, and they sound well balanced. Recommended.


Best quality for the prize
BoredMike 09.01.2024
Despite the size, the sound quality is astonishingly good! It doesn’t have the bluetooth feature but I haven’t had the need for it yet.


Great home speakers
CASD 27.01.2024
I moved into a new studio so my nice monitors were at my house. I wanted a cheap pair just for listening to stuff at home. These are far better than they have any right to be, lots of connectivity super cheap and sound pretty all good.


best for small studio
Rooly 07.01.2024
They are tiny monitors but surprisingly hi-fi.