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Articles May-June 2021

Pursuing the Pro Audio Trail

In conversation with Caroline Moss and Sue Gould

PT got in touch with the Pro AVL Asia magazine core team of Editor - Caroline Moss and Sales Director - Sue Gould, who between them boast of over three decades of experience in the pro audio industry..... read more

NJSM Marks a Milestone in the Business of Sound

From Rental Company to manufacturer and innovator, Nixon Johnny has guided and grown NJSM from a two-person company to a fifty-person company, continuing to expand into virtual events with NJSM Virtual Studio..... read more

Tech Savvy Environment for T-Systems

Eyte Technologies installs high-tech AV Solution at T-System’s Experience Center facilitating brand value and delivering superior customer experience..... read more

Conversations with SudeepAudio

Sudeep Audio, one of India’s first pro audio web store selling studio software and equipment online commenced its YouTube Channel, ConverSAtions, in 2011 to share the journey of Indian Sound Engineers..... read more


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PRESONUS Launches Eris E7 XT




PreSonus announced the launch of the Eris E7 XT, making it the latest member to join the Eris family.

Eris E7 XT is designed for moderate-size and some mid-large studio spaces. With a 7-inch woofer and 1.25-inch silk dome tweeter, E7 XT’s voice is significantly more powerful and richer than that of the smaller speakers in the Eris Series. Featuring the same 140W of Class AB bi-amped power as the E8 XT, the E7 XT can deliver tight, focused bass down to 42 Hz despite the compact form factor. Moreover, just like the E8 XT and E5 XT, Eris E7 XT is equipped with PreSonus’ custom Elliptically Boundary Modeled waveguide, which enables it to be clearly and accurately heard across a wide 100 degree “sweet spot” with a focused 60˚ in the vertical to minimize desk reflections and maximize performance.

Like the E8 XT and E5 XT, the E7 XT is flexible, offering acoustic tuning controls that enable it to adapt the voice to the room’s response and to placement close to walls or corners, and it accepts input via XLR, TRS, and RCA connections.

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