Can you use them with an audio Interface? (I know you don’t need one)

asked on July 7, 2020

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Yes, they work very well with audio interfaces. They have balanced inputs (TRS) and RCA jack inputs (unbalanced) on the back of the control speaker. There is also a 1/8" stereo input (Aux In) on the front of the control speaker as well as a stereo headphone jack. One of the features that I appreciate is the front mo… see more Yes, they work very well with audio interfaces. They have balanced inputs (TRS) and RCA jack inputs (unbalanced) on the back of the control speaker. There is also a 1/8" stereo input (Aux In) on the front of the control speaker as well as a stereo headphone jack. One of the features that I appreciate is the front mounted power switch. It is easy to switch the speakers off when you need to do some vocal or instrumental recording and do not want bleed from the accompaniment tracks or feedback.

These speakers are a real value with performance and features that beyond what any other $100 speakers might have. For my ears these are the best near field monitors in the $100 price range. There is a comparison channel (Digital Stereophony) on YouTube that does A-B comparisons of various studio monitors. They have several comparisons with the Eris 3.5. Just make sure you listen to the comparisons with a good set of speakers or headphones and see what your ears tell you.. see less
Yes, they work very well with audio interfaces. They have balanced inputs (TRS) and RCA jack inputs (unbalanced) on the back of the control speaker. There is also a 1/8" stereo input (Aux In) on the front of the control speaker as well as a stereo headphone jack. One of the features that I appreciate is the front mounted power switch. It is easy to switch the speakers off when you need to do some vocal or instrumental recording and do not want bleed from the accompaniment tracks or feedback.

These speakers are a real value with performance and features that beyond what any other $100 speakers might have. For my ears these are the best near field monitors in the $100 price range. There is a comparison channel (Digital Stereophony) on YouTube that does A-B comparisons of various studio monitors. They have several comparisons with the Eris 3.5. Just make sure you listen to the comparisons with a good set of speakers or headphones and see what your ears tell you..

Gene K.
· July 7, 2020
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