PreSonus launches the StudioLive 328i loudspeaker
PreSonus now offers an install-specific version of its StudioLive 328AI powered loudspeaker.
The StudioLive 328i doesn’t include any handle nor pole mounts, but M10 Flying points for fixed install. These are the only differences with the StudioLive 328AI, for behind the matched steel grilles, you’ll find the same 8” woofers and single 1.75” tweeter in a coaxial design, a 2000W Class D tri-amplifier, an XMAX Class A mic preamp with 12V phantom power and XLR input, an XLR/TRS combo line input and an XLR Throughout.
Each loudspeaker features a USB WiFi LAN adapter and an SL-Control-SPK option card that can be replaced with an SL-Dante-SPK ($199.95) or AVB card (available Q2, 2015) in order to connect the loudspeakers to the SL Room Control software on a Mac, PC or iPad and wirelessly control the graphic and parametric EQs, 8 notch filters, levels, solo and mute, as well as monitor the units (real time temperature, clicks and excursion). All the settings are automatically stored in the User Layer onboard the loudspeaker DSP.
The new StudioLive 328i is available in black or white finish, with a US price of $1699.95.
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