PreSonus StudioLive 315AI 2000W 15" 3-way Powered Speaker

2,000W Powered PA Speaker with 15" LF Driver, Coaxial 8" Midrange/1.75-inch HF, Temporal Equalization, and Coaxial Speaker Coherence Alignment Technology (each)
PreSonus StudioLive 315AI 2000W 15
PreSonus StudioLive 315AI 2000W 15
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A PA Speaker That Delivers Studio-monitor Quality

The PreSonus StudioLive 315AI Active Integration loudspeaker is a 3-way coaxial, powered PA speaker that delivers studio-monitor-grade accuracy and gives you the convenience of wireless as well as wired remote control and monitoring. Packing 2000 watts of tri-amped power, the 315AI sports a 15" ferrite woofer, and an 8-inch midrange driver and 1.75-inch titanium compression driver configured in a unique coaxial design utilizing proprietary Temporal Equalization and Coaxial Speaker Coherence Alignment technology. The result is jaw-droppingly powerful and lucid sound reproduction. The PreSonus StudioLive 315AI will floor you.

PreSonus StudioLive 315AI Powered PA Loudspeaker Features at a Glance:
  • 3-way coaxial, powered PA speaker with 15" ferrite woofer
  • 8-inch midrange driver and 1.75-inch titanium compression driver configured in unique coaxial design
  • Temporal Equalization and Coaxial Speaker Coherence Alignment technology
  • Full-range systems driven by 2000W of triamped, Class D amplification
  • Active Integration 32-bit, 96kHz DSP
  • Wired or wireless remote control of all setup, tuning, and monitoring functions via iPad or laptop
  • XLR/TRS combo input; XMAX Class A mic preamp; 12V phantom power
Get studio-monitor quality - live - with the PreSonus StudioLive 315AI

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Tech Specs

Powered Yes
Power Configuration Tri-amped
LF Driver Size 1 x 15"
HF Driver Size 8" MF (1.75" HF in Coaxial Configuration)
LF Driver Power Amp 1000W (Class D)
HF Driver Power Amp 500W (Class D)
Total Power 2000W
Inputs 1 x XLR/TRS Combo (Mic/Line)
Outputs 1 x XLR
Frequency Range 46Hz-23kHz (-10 dB)
Crossover Frequency 1.8kHz
Maximum Peak SPL 131dB
Horizontal Coverage Angle 90 Degrees
Vertical Coverage Angle 60 Degrees
Enclosure Material Birch Plywood
Mounting Options Integrated M10 fly points and pole mounts
Height 27.9"
Width 18.6"
Depth 21.3"
Weight 71 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number SLS315AI

Customer Reviews

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Really are *loud* studio monitors

Unfortunately I'm not using these in a live audio scenario, I use these @home in my rehearsal/recording room. I have owned the HD1531, K8, and JTR Triple 12 and listened to the KW153's. The JTR's were the best I've heard until the 315ai. I own the Presonus Sceptre 6's and there are definitely similarities between the two. I set these up with TrueRTA and a Behringer ECM8000 mic (cal loaded) and in my room, with 9 2'x4' acoustic panels they came up relatively flat. With mostly subtractive EQ changes (a little low end bump for fun and the lack of a sub) they sound amazing. You can really crank up the volume without them sounding harsh; really it's deceptive how loud they are. To get a little more specific, they image very well, much better than I would expect for a PA speaker. Lots of mid and higher detail without harshness, just fun to listen to. Bass is extremely acceptable for a 15" driver; I don't miss the sub too much but I plan on getting a sub at some point. I might do a SPL test at some point when I feel like they are broken in; I will update the review if I do. One last thing, the SL Room Control software is a little basic but has great tools for setting the speakers up. Thanks for reading!

They'll surprise you in lots of ways

Have a pair of these and they become a do it all speaker. They have done every manner of duty from standalone mains to mains over subs to monitors to Texas headphones for a drummer who wanted it loud to side fills. They've excelled at everything. I have never heard them break up. They don't get harsh. Most folks read distortion as loud. These are hard to distort so they are louder than they sound. I still have to remind myself that these are a three way speaker as well. The cabinet being this size is great and allows me to get more of these in the truck and they're beefy but not unmanageably heavy as well. I've run Smaart on them and when they say monitor, they are FLAT. The LBR setting give a bit of boost at the top and bottom end and I like this setting when I'm just providing rig for an mp3 dj and it's nice for when I need a sweet bit of boost on top and bottom for orchestral PA duty. These have been worth every penny and I can't wait until Presonus gets the card options online! My whole rig on Dante would be too cool!
Music background: 20 years live sound engineer

Great Speaker

I have the full line up of the Presonus Studio Live speakers. We use the smaller ones for our monitor system, along with one sub. They all sound amazing. Recently I bought the 315's to use as our FOH mains. Again, they sound amazing. The only complaint that I have with them is they are just not that loud. We recently did an outdoor show where I used the 315's and I also brought a pair of old Mackie's to make sure we had enough SPL's. The Mackie's were easily twice as loud as the Presonus. The 315's certainly sounded better, but lacked the volume. So, I will be using these for side fills or Texas headphones. Now to be fair, we are a very loud band so my complaint might not be valid for a different band. Great product, but just know that there are some limits with these speakers.
Music background: Giging Musician
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