PreSonus Introduces Noise-Canceling Bluetooth Studio Headphones

PreSonus has introduced the Eris HD10BT noise-canceling headphones — monitoring headphones said to be good enough for studio monitoring.

PreSonus said the Eris HD10BT are professional quality headphones that eliminate the need to choose between superior sound reproduction and price.

The headphones are battery-operated, equipped with both wired and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity and have an onboard microphone that answers phone calls at the touch of a single button. The headphones create a wide frequency response while providing 18dB of isolation.

Offering up expansive audio response, the headphones have a closed-back design and provide isolation fit for loud environments. The headphones have 40mm drivers and offer up to 16 hours of continuous battery operation.

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