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Behringer CX2300

Active Filter from Behringer .

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Behringer CX2300Published on 10/03/04 at 14:01
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Trs musical crossover.

Classic without quivoque possible on the lines diffrent frequency drives ...

Trs own a job, it does not sound too triturated he does better and more musically than MODELS competitors 10 times its price!

I pass on his great ERRF 2 x 3-way, due to boxes ;-)
really hassle free and effective!
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Behringer CX2300Published on 07/25/05 at 07:45
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For the characteristics of this filter see the Behringer website
We added a filter on the stereo outputs for use in triphonic. Indeed, even if the filter has an output Sub, the activation of the signal it does not eliminate the dedicated sub output.

Stereo switchable filter then allowed solves this pb. frequency is fixed, but allowed us to operate at a higher level triphonic since the facade does not pass this frequency band (below 180Hz in our case).

Nothing to Say

OK quality

For the price and after 3 years of use is generally OK, apart from the presence of not cutting down on the L / R channels during activation of the SUB. ...
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For the characteristics of this filter see the Behringer website
We added a filter on the stereo outputs for use in triphonic. Indeed, even if the filter has an output Sub, the activation of the signal it does not eliminate the dedicated sub output.

Stereo switchable filter then allowed solves this pb. frequency is fixed, but allowed us to operate at a higher level triphonic since the facade does not pass this frequency band (below 180Hz in our case).

Nothing to Say

OK quality

For the price and after 3 years of use is generally OK, apart from the presence of not cutting down on the L / R channels during activation of the SUB.
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Behringer CX2300Published on 08/30/07 at 05:35
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Connectors: XLR

The camera has multiple settings, which makes it very useful and flexible development and testing of the speakers in bi-amplification. It is in this configuration 2 x 2-way stereo + sub I use it at its full potential.

Practice: the gain for each channel and each channel (D and G)

Very practical: the mute button and phase reverse light when switched on and the LED indicating which buttons are active following the use mono or stereo.

Unfortunately the transition from mono to stereo is very bad for the speakers connected behind, as the transition to the decade than for the cutoff frequencies. Allow to switch off the amps!

Attention also to the quality and life......
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Connectors: XLR

The camera has multiple settings, which makes it very useful and flexible development and testing of the speakers in bi-amplification. It is in this configuration 2 x 2-way stereo + sub I use it at its full potential.

Practice: the gain for each channel and each channel (D and G)

Very practical: the mute button and phase reverse light when switched on and the LED indicating which buttons are active following the use mono or stereo.

Unfortunately the transition from mono to stereo is very bad for the speakers connected behind, as the transition to the decade than for the cutoff frequencies. Allow to switch off the amps!

Attention also to the quality and life of knobs on the front.

No complaints on my part

my speakers do not descend low enough to translate the low frequencies, so the sub takes over in spite of himself.
it does not bother me, but it should be noted that it lacks a feature, that of cutting the low frequencies on tracks "low" left and right so they do not overlap with those produced by the sub woofer.

I have used a little over a year, regardless
The value price is right, the device is sober.
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Behringer CX2300Published on 05/19/01 at 16:38
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See General Appreciation

See General Appreciation

The crossover CX2300 is interesant however does not switch on (amp on) the range of the cutoff frequency, a 'clack' not limited by the device is generated.
The consequences can be harmful to your speakers.
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  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: CX2300
  • Category: Active Filters
  • Added in our database on: 05/09/2002

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