B&H # BECX3400 MFR # CX3400
Each band features two 24dB Linkwitz-Riley filters, as well as individual IGC limiters, while the integrated delay enables flexible time alignment.
Polarity switches for each output allow quick and easy runtime compensation for various driver and horn types. The unit is housed in a single rack space chassis and has illuminated switches for ease of use in dark environments.
"Sound's good...Great product...The only thing about this crossover that I didn't like was the mid crossover point on 4-way mode could not be set lower than 430hz, it worked out OK but I would have preferred to set it to around 300hz instead....It gives me the ability to make minor adjustments of the levels that I am sending out to both my low and high frequency amps so that I have better control over the mix between each."See more
B&H # BECX2310 MFR # CX2310
Additionally, the CX2310 adds a separately adjustable subwoofer output that provides an extra low-frequency band. The unit is housed in a single rack space chassis and has illuminated switches for ease of use in dark environments.
"Easy to install...Love this crossover...No extra frivolous add-ons to make the operation of the crossover more difficult than need required....The ladies noticing and liking this crossover is an unexpected benefit."See more
B&H # ROSX45 MFR # SX45
The compact size of the SX45 allows for easy mounting in any universal rack tray or install-cabinet, while the external power supply provides clean DC power to the unit for quiet operation. Controls for the SX45 include input level, variable frequency adjustment and high and low output level controls.
All connections are made via RCA phono jacks. The unit is Ideal for small installations such as nightclubs or restaurants, providing clean, high-impedance audio signals in a compact steel chassis.
"It works great....Great Compact Crossover...That worked fine and I highly recommend it for anyone bi-amping on a budget.I had not intended to use the High Pass and Low Pass adjustments but have found them very useful and now just plug the phono pre-amp or DAC straight into SX45 and use it for volume adjustment when listening to music.I do not use a subwoofer so cannot comment on those outputs.My only gripe is not having a power button on the box - unplugging mains supply is a pest."See more
B&H # ARCCB3 MFR # L0.0006597
"Heavy Duty...Way Better than Duct Tape!...While I haven't recorded a concert since I purchased these, I did use them to cover video cables for another event and was completely satisified with the product and its performance."See more
B&H # AS4.8SP MFR # 4.8SP
The Protea 4.8SP features 24-Bit A/D converters and an array of DSP functions that include crossover, time delay features, compression, limiting, feedback control features and much more.
An intuitive back-lit LCD display helps navigate through the its extensive feature set and is also easy to see in dimly lit venues. The 4.8SP will store up to 30 total presets. A preset file takes a "snapshot" of all current settings and stores complete control data for all channels and all audio functions.
"Great Sounding DSP...Extremely flexible audio processor....You can use outputs 1 & 2 as Master LR, outputs 3 -6 for delay lines, and 7 & 8 as a biamped monitor send....I was immediately impressed with the Protea's setup ease and sound quality."See more
B&H # ROSX21 MFR # SX21
The compact housing provides input, crossover frequency, low and high output level controls and corresponding inputs and outputs on unbalanced phone connectors.
"Good compact crossover...Excellent for running a small 3 way system."See more
B&H # ASXR1001 MFR # XR-1001
The unit can be run as a stereo 2-way, switchable to mono 3-way, 24dB per octave electronic crossover and is housed in a single rack space chassis. Also included are a 200:1 tuning range, output mute switches, and both 1/4" TRS phone and XLR connectors. The XR1001 features low distortion, active balanced inputs, a peak level indicator, a precision regulated power supply and protection against abnormal input or output conditions.
The response control adjusts the damping of the filter, affecting the response shape of the filters at the crossover point. The dial calibrations refer to the amount of attenuation effected by the filter at the crossover frequency, i.e., a setting of 3dB means that the filter's high-pass and low-pass outputs are each "rolled off 3dB at the crossover point". This describes a Butterworth filter response, or a gentle 3dB peak at the crossover point when the two filter output signals overlap.
To obtain a flat signal, or "Linkwitz-Riley" response through the crossover region on the XR1001, the response control should be set to "6". This attenuates each output of the filter by 6dB at the crossover point (two identical signals added together yield a +6dB increase). To obtain a notch at the crossover point, the response control should be turned down past "6". The purpose of this control is to help offset the inaccuracies inherent in typical loudspeakers, thereby helping you to achieve a flat system response.
"I couldn't be happier with its performance....A decent relay in my rack power strip as resolved this but for the not-so-technical user, it could be handy to have....This is a feature reminiscent of some expensive DSPs and to find it in such a relatively inexpensive analogue unit is excellent value."See more
B&H # ARCCBL1 MFR # L2.0005257
"Super handy......It never hurts to have these cable crossover in hand....I happen to like the blue color but I know other colleagues would prefer black."See more
B&H # DB223XS MFR # DBX223XSV
The unit features Linkwitz-Riley 24dB per octave filters, independent output gain controls for level matching, output phase inversion, 40Hz low cut filter, and optional mono summing of the low frequency (subwoofer) output. Quality components and meticulous attention to detail offers exceptional sound and rugged reliability, while exuding great precision from the solid "click" controls to the high quality XLR inputs and outputs.
"Other than that, I love it....Well Built and Reliable but ......It puzzles me because connectors are inexpensive as are SMT resistors, caps, etc. and they could have had both on the same main board....It performs very well and is very clean; introducing no discernable noise in a live situation."See more
B&H # ATTSDHF11 MFR # TSD-HF11
B&H # CRCXM2000 MFR # CXM2000
B&H # DBASX24 MFR # ASX 24
B&H # RAAC23S MFR # AC23S
B&H # EMPXB1K8 MFR # PX-B 1K8
B&H # BECX3400V2 MFR # CX3400V2
The CX3400 V2 provides three modes of operation: 2-way stereo, for left and right lows (woofers) and highs (tweeters); and 3-way stereo, for left and right lows, mids, and highs; and 4-way mono, for lows, low-mids, high-mids, and highs. The front panel is equipped with an easy to read LED matrix, so you can see at a glance which modes have been selected and which controls are active.
Furthermore, the CX3400 V2 includes a switchable pre-EQ for CD horns that ensures a flat-frequency response before equalization is applied. This raises the signal gain by 3 dB at 3.5 kHz, increases a 6 dB/octave up to 22.5 kHz, and provides consistent dispersion over the entire CD horn frequency range.
In stereo mode, the CX3400 V2 can be switched to "mono bass" mode. The LF signals in the left and right channels are summed together and then routed to the channel 1 low-output connector. This connector can be used to drive your active subwoofers, passive subwoofer power amplifiers, or lighting controllers. The low-sum output is presented in mono, since people perceive extremely low-bass frequencies as being omnidirectional.
B&H # SPLCRSOVRBLK MFR # SPLCROSSOVER-BL
B&H # SPLCRSOVRRED MFR # SPLCROSSOVER-RED
B&H # SPLCRSOVRSLV MFR # SPLCROSSOVER-SL
B&H # BECX2310V2 MFR # CX2310 V2
B&H # ROSX95 MFR # SX95