The PreSonus Eris Sub8 offers clean low-end reinforcement for your monitoring chain, thanks to a first-rate low-frequency driver and a state-of-the-art 100-watt Class AB amplifier. Continuously variable input gain and lowpass filter controls make tailoring this powered studio subwoofer to your room easy, while a defeatable highpass filter prevents sub-80Hz frequency content from reaching your main monitors. Easily connect it to the rest of your gear with a full complement of balanced and unbalanced I/O. You also get a polarity invert feature, plus solid protection against RF interference, extreme output current, excessive heat, and more. The bottom line: the PreSonus Eris Sub8 is a top-notch studio subwoofer that’s a must-have add-on for your Eris E3.5, E4.5, or other small-sized studio monitors.
Yes! Majority of our product provides a minimum 1 year warranty on the electronic parts.
Definitely! You can contact our sales team through 016-3111286 or head over to Music Bliss showroom to view the item before buying it. We are honored to have you over!
It usually takes only 3-7 working days for the item to be safely delivered to your doorstep. Self-collection and Lalamove (local delivery) is available as well!
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The package took a month to arrive, which was faster when the ETA was 2-3 months. The bass response is very strong, to a point where I had to tune the Gain knob all the way down to -20 to -30 dB. So, I recommend tuning it down way lower before you play any audio or turn it on.
The low pass filter is really useful to adjust the bass response according to your studio monitors' frequency response so that you don't get conflicting frequencies / output. The HPF switch pairs well with the LPF since it cuts off any frequency above the bass frequency you set so that your studio monitors doesn't put out extra frequencies that the sub is already handling.
The RCA (Unbalanced) & TRS (Balanced) options is really good and future-proof, and it was one of the reason I bought it.
Aside from some power conditioning stuff, everything else is good.
Overall, it's a pretty good budget subwoofer for the price.