PreSonus Eris E3.5 2-Way 3.5" 25W Nearfield Studio Monitoring Speakers (Pair) working right out the box, this exceptionally priced eStudioStar expert bundle comes with:
*Focusrite Scarlett Solo Compact USB Audio Recording Interface - 2nd Generation *PreSonus Eris E3.5 2-Way 3.5" 25W Nearfield Studio Monitoring Speakers (Pair) *AxcessAbles TRS14-XLR115M Audio Cable - stereo 1/4" TRS TO XLR male (15ft) *eStudioStar Polishing Cloth for Bundles
Focusrite Scarlett Solo Compact USB Audio Recording Interface - 2nd Generation
Focusrite's second generation Scarlett Solo is ideal if you want to start recording, and now it's even better, faster and easier than before. Though compact and easy to use, it still delivers the same class-leading sound quality and digital conversion as the rest of the latest Scarlett range. It has a single natural sounding Scarlett mic preamp, a newly-designed instrument input and super-low latency*. Take it anywhere, connect by a single USB cable, plug your microphone and instrument straight in, and easily record studio quality audio. Focusrite is the perfect partner for Pro Tools. To celebrate this Scarlett Solo now comes with an exclusive version of Pro Tools | First Focusrite Creative Pack, as well as Ableton Live Lite. It is compatible with all major DAWs, on Mac and PC.
The PreSonus Eris E3.5 is a pair of 3.5" 2-way 25W nearfield monitors designed to provide a compact sonic reference system for musicians, producers, and audio engineers in home setups, project studios, and commercial facilities. Each monitor produces a frequency response of 80 Hz to 20 kHz via a 3.5" Kevlar woofer and a 1" silk dome tweeter powered by a 25W class AB amplifier. The monitors can handle 100 dB maximum peak SPL. A rear bass-reflex port provides enhanced low-frequency range.
AxcessAbles TRS14-XLR115M Audio Cable - stereo 1/4" TRS TO XLR male (15ft)
This cable is designed to connect gear with balanced 1/4" outputs to equipment with XLR inputs. It is commonly used to connect monitor speakers to an audio interface and can be used in various pro audio situations.