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Edifier R1280T vs. Presonus Eris E3.5
Edifier R1280T Powered Bookshelf Speakers
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Dimensions (H × W × D)9.50” × 5.75” × 7.00”
241 mm × 146 mm × 178 mm
Known for a surprisingly balanced, well-rounded sound in a powered desktop package, with notable warmth and clarity. The Edifier R1280T uses an internal Class-D amplifier, includes adjustable bass and treble knobs, a wood-grain case, and remote.
Presonus Eris E3.5 3.5” Near Field Studio Monitor
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Dimensions (H × W × D)10.24” × 7.00” × 7.68”
260 mm × 178 mm × 195 mm
The Presonus Eris E3.5s are designed to deliver accurate, well-controlled nearfield sound in a compact desktop setting. Regarded as an excellent set of active monitor-style speakers for the price, with a 25W per channel class-AB amplifier.
- The front face of the Presonus Eris E3.5 is approximately 31.22% larger than that of the Edifier R1280T.
- The depth of the Presonus Eris E3.5 is approximately 9.71% deeper than that of the Edifier R1280T.
- The spatial volume of the Presonus Eris E3.5 3.5” Near Field Studio Monitor is approximately 43.97% greater than that of the Edifier R1280T Powered Bookshelf Speakers.
Notice: the above comparisons are based on the dimensions of a bounding rectangle that would fit the front face of a speaker, or in the case of volume, the measurements are based on a box that would fit the entire speaker. The measurements will not factor in individual differences such as curves or other variations in the speaker shape. Do not use these measurements as an estimate of the internal speaker volume.
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