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    DBX - 223XSV Stereo 2-Way/Mono 3-Way Crossover with XLR Connectors

    DBX - 223XSV Stereo 2-Way/Mono 3-Way Crossover with XLR Connectors

    C$304.49

    • DBX - 223XSV Stereo 2-Way/Mono 3-Way Crossover with XLR Connectors
      • DBX - 223XSV Stereo 2-Way/Mono 3-Way Crossover with XLR Connectors

      DBX - 223XSV Stereo 2-Way/Mono 3-Way Crossover with XLR Connectors

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      C$304.49 Excl. tax

      • SKU: DBX223XSV

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      Product description

      Stereo 2‐Way Mono 3‐Way Crossover Neutrik® XLR ins and outs,
      summed subwoofer output, 40Hz high pass filter on both channels,
      individual level controls and phase reverse switch on each output.
      Features 24dB/octave Linkwitz‐Riley filters.

      • XLR balanced ins and outs
      • Mode switch for stereo 2-way or mono 3-way operation
      • Low frequency summed (subwoofer) output
      • x10 range switch on both channels
      • 40Hz high pass (low cut) filter both channels
      • Phase reverse switch on all outputs
      • Individual level controls on all outputs
      • 24dB per octave Linkwitz-Riley filters (the professional standard)
      • Stereo/Mono status LEDs indicate the selected mode
      • dbx® 2 year parts and labor as standard
      • CSA NRTL/C approved
      • CE compliant

       

      INPUTS

      Connectors: XLR (pin 2 hot)

      Type: Electronically balanced/unbalanced, RF filtered

      Impedance: Balanced >50k ohm, unbalanced >25k ohm

      Max Input Level: >+22dBu balanced or unbalanced

      OUTPUTS

      Connectors: XLR

      Type: Electronically-balanaced/unbalanced, RF filtered

      Impedance: Balanced 60 ohm, unbalanced 30 ohm

      Max Output Level: >+20dBu balanced/unbalanced into 600 ohms or greater

      CROSSOVER FREQUENCIES

      Stereo Mode: Low/High: 45 to 960 Hz or 450 Hz to 9.6 kHz (x10 setting)

      Mono Mode: Low/Mid: 45 to 960 Hz or 450 Hz to 9.6 kHz (x10 setting)
      Mid/High: 45 to 960 Hz or 450 Hz to 9.6 kHz (x10 setting)

      Filter type: Linkwitz-Riley, 24 dB/octave, state-variable

      FUNCTION SWITCHES

      Front Panel (Low Cut): Activates 40 Hz Butterworth, 12 dB/octave high-pass filter, one switch per channel

      Phase Invert: Inverts the phase at the output, one switch per output

      Rear Panel: x10: Multiplies the crossover frequency range by 10, one switch per channel
      Mode: Selects stereo/mono and 2/3-way operation.
      LF sum: Selects normal (stereo) or mono-summed low frequency operation.

      INDICATORS

      Stereo Operation: Green LED

      Mono Operation: Yellow LED

      Low Cut: Red LED per channel

      x10 Green LED per channel

      Phase Invert: Red LED per output (3 per channel)

      SYSTEM PERFORMANCE

      Bandwidth: 20Hz to 20kHz, +0/-0.5dB

      Frequency Response: < 3Hz to > 90kHz, +0/-3 dB

      Dynamic Range: >106dB, unweighted, any output

      THD + Noise: <0.004% at +4dBu, 1kHz
      <0.04% at +20dBu, 1 kHz

      Interchannel Crosstalk: <-80dB, 20Hz to 20kHz

      CMRR: >40dB, typically >55dB at 1kHz

      Signal-to-Noise: Ref: +4dBu, 22kHz measurement bandwidth

      Stereo Mode >94dB (Low Output)
      >91dB (High Output)

      Mono Mode: >94dB (Low Output)
      >93dB (Mid Output)
      >91dB (High Output)

      POWER SUPPLY

      Operating Voltage: 100 VAC 50/60 Hz; 120 VAC 60 Hz 230 VAC 50/60HZ

      Power consumption: 15W

      Operating Temperature: 32°F to 113°F (0°C to 45°C)

      PHYSICAL

      Dimensions: 1.75" H X 6.9" D X 19" W (4.5cm x 17.5cm x 48.26cm )

      Weight: 3.7 lbs. (1.7 kg)

      Shipping Weight: 5.4 lbs. (2.5 kg)

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