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[BKFR] Free gift with purchase of Studio One 3 Pro

Presonus offers their Channel Strip collection to all customers who purchase Studio One 3 Professional.

If you purchase Studio One 3 Professional via upgrade, update or new license, from the Presonus web site or one of their authorized dealers, you will also receive their Channel Strip collection free of charge (a $79 value).

Furthermore, certain authroized Presonus dealers are also proposing additional discounts. Namely:

  • StudioLive AI 16.3.2, AI 24.4.2 and AI 32.4.2 consoles are being sold for $1,599.95, $1,899.95 and $2,295.95, respectively
  • The AudioBox iOne interface is available for $79
  • The AudioBox iTwo Studio is available for $199
  • A pair of Eris 4.5 monitors are available for $149
  • Buy one Sceptre S6 monitor, get a second for free

Prices are based on those offered by US-based authorized dealers.

You have until November 30th to take advantage of these offers. To do so, mosy on over to your neighborhood authorized Presonus dealer!

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