Behringer Super-X Pro CX2310
Behringer Super-X Pro CX2310

Super-X Pro CX2310, Active Filter from Behringer.

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Average Score:4.1( 4.1/5 based on 21 reviews )
 8 reviews38 %
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 1 user review5 %
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Value For Money : Excellent

tomtomdu76's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good filter or not?"

Behringer Super-X Pro CX2310
The Behringer CX2310 has everything we want in terms of control:
Level adjustment for each input line and output knob
Frequency setting knob with cleavage Switching X1/X10
XLR inputs and outputs
Led meter on each channel.
This filter can be used to 2X or 1X 2channels 3WAY.
I always used this filter indoor smoking studio, never carried.
It has always met my expectations, I have 234xs dbx which are more suitable for outdoor use (moisture transport huge time use, saturated grafted ... etc) I've never tried the behringer in these conditions.
Report excellent quality / price!
Rating 7/10

gratteurdebluesteel's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good for a small sound :)"

Behringer Super-X Pro CX2310
- How long have you use it?
6 months for sound to my group. We go in there for a Berhinger sw2432FX table for the master out to an active subwoofer for low thebox TA18 and PA15 to 2 thebox powered by an amp Berhinger NU6000 for the remaining frequencies.

- What is the particular feature you like best and least?
Doing its job filter, a real plus in a sound system, each instrument is better hear :) I can add another amp with HP 12 or 10 "+ tweeter to add a filter between the midrange and acute.

At least I would say the location of the switches on the back. In a sense they are well placed because it provides functions that did not have to be affected, but they are too easy to operate which can be problematic if they were operating or just to see the problem.
Readability between mono or stereo operation, good ca also, it was settled once and for all and after you touch more.
A VU meter for input / output have been nice but for the price ...

- Have you tried many other models before buying it?

- How would you rate the quality / price?
Excellent for € 45 secondhand

- With experience, you do again this choice?
Yes certainly
dj d a m05/06/2011

dj d a m's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Fills his office properly under certain conditions"

Behringer Super-X Pro CX2310
Done its job perfectly, only negative quality switch cover and frequency of the output sub "mono" can not be greater than that set for the crossover frequency of the other filters ... Input signal of the filter output sub "mono" downstream prices of the other two low-pass filters.

xav69's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good product"

Behringer Super-X Pro CX2310
Used in stereo 2 channel sub and 2-way mid / high separated by a single crossover per channel.

The sum of the frequencies below these two crossover is filtered again in the central part of the device in a section dedicated "sub"

Can also be used in mono 3 way: sub / medium / high, but I've never used this mode.

I have two, to make multiple fronts + sub-type heads.

Nothing to report, more than 3 years of use for one and five years for the other.

namely that the frequency cutoff rule has both the HPF and LPF

to try to be clear, if you set your crossover at 120hz, your heads will be mitigated below 120hz and your sub above 120hz.

For my part, very good product, I've never asked many questions.

What is a crossover! and now it does nothing ...

Therefore a good choice to make, except for tenants to the general public, because all buttons are accessible to clients in this type of use.

phil.hub's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer Super-X Pro CX2310
Used for a year.
Cheap product, purchased in dpart temporary solution to ...
Default: indications of approximate frquences trs.
But once calibrated (with a Clio), so good. Especially since the cuts are made without hollow or overlap.
The default cit by some about the dependency between the C-rglage down the tracks and the C-stro top of the mono subwoofer is a quality in my USGA: when I want frquence change the cut-off of my Systm, I did not touch the rglage the box, this is done alone. And when you consider that the evidence is unreliable, it is a big advantage.
Therefore dpend the intended use do.
Quality of its fit in absolute terms, given the excellent price.

stephane837's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer Super-X Pro CX2310
Following purchase of the Cx al 2310 almost two months following happy and jeans for the price.
The output sub is convenient and the two way but not entirely for the low setting trot
Easy. Compared to all the dbx frequency are not available frequencies above
Cut each speaker manufacturers see

Behringer out many models and prices are available for my 109 euro per
I am being tested but with engine mac mah word2 60 w the problem the manufacturer
Does not give the cutoff frequency for the call I cut a 700 hz .7
The result is superb crystal each speaker has its own amplifier.

For the serious phase of testing two speaker cable for months for information
The cutoff frequency of the force chamber music alluvial 25cm super cheap but quality
Thank you to all

DJguignol69's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer Super-X Pro CX2310
Used once daily and live the house for 1 month.
Cheap (100), lightweight, 1U, super easy to use.

On reading documentation and Technical Specifications Behringer, I thought it could use this fawn:
- Stereo Mode
- High left and right for my highs of 1200 Hz 20 kHz
- Low left and right for my mediums of 120 Hz 1200 Hz
- Mono subwoofer for my bass to 25 Hz 120 Hz

In fact, it's impossible to do with true 3-way Stereo.
In addition to the routing problem raised by "Ghhhh", be aware that frquence cutoff low-pass subwoofer output has no effect on the subwoofer output. We do not REALLY cross-over between the outputs and subwoofer output Low as the two play the same thing.
In fact the subwoofer output is just the single component output low, which can filter even lower.
By no means a low-cut filter is applied to the outputs according to the Low frquence "Xover" subwoofer.

This is how I use my CX2310:
- Stereo Mode
- High / Med left and right for my mids and highs of 120 Hz 20 kHz, keeping the passive filter and a single amplifier.
- Low left and right for my bass to 25 Hz (low cut) 120 Hz
- Mono Subwoofer non utilisbr />
... Rve Farewell my tri-amplification!
One solution: use the Systm mono 3-way (the subwoofer output becomes useless).

I am very "green" about this because it is a habit Behringer: SL3242FX On my table, there is also a mono output with low pass filter for sub, but the filter only acts on the sub, without cutting down on the master.

Other notes:

To make my test cutoff frequency drives, I used Right Mark Audio Analyzer in plaant the CX2310 in a loop between an output and one between my sound card.
- I could vrifier the Low Cut Filter 25 Hz cut well on all output channels.
- That the Xover frquence the subwoofer only works on the subwoofer, with no high pass low on the tracks.
- That "Ghhhh" is right.
- That said frquences cutoff on notched potentiomtres trs are approximate:
In low pass output of the low 2 cents: For 200Hz (260Hz paramtr found (-3dB), to 160Hz: 130Hz and 120Hz: 75Hz.
In mono output of low pass sub: For 75Hz: 100Hz (-3dB), to 145Hz: 160Hz ...
In short, you almost get his positions with RMAA potentiomtre PC to be Sir frquence the cutoff.
For those who use the crossover vritablement (break between Low and med or med and high), know that the two curves intersect well symtriquement frquence around the cutoff, but that frquence, as seen more prcdement is wrong compared to graduations. 120Hz => 75Hz, 200Hz => 260Hz, 160Hz => 130Hz ... there is a fair value to 180Hz only. (Same as x10).

Finally, the output is mono sub Whereas as a gimmick, and how a CX2310 Crossover 2-way stereo or 3-way mono with 25Hz low cut and changeover phase, but nothing more.
Live, the errors on the scales are small especially since seeking "cost" what is the cut that gives the best rsultats.

This product fulfills its functions Premire for under $ 100.

Ghhhh's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer Super-X Pro CX2310
I have one of these filters for many years, it really works pretty good.

This is a filter with a 2-way stereo sub output common. It's really what it takes for most applications and it's really cheap! BUT ...
<ul> The biggest problem: the low pass filter (filter for the sub) takes its signal in the Low section AFTER the crossover filters for each channel. In other words, when adjusting the crossover of 44Hz and the filter 'sub' to 200 Hz, the signal for the sub is limited to 44Hz (not 200Hz as it should!) I made a change on mine to fix the thing ... To learn how to: (remove all "i" in this address the problem of spam!) Or send me a private message stating your e-mail. This is a simple re-routing of the signal, it should not scare those who have used the soldering iron. </ul>

All inputs and outputs are balanced, while XLR3.
Comes in small shallow 1U rack does not heat.

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer Super-X Pro CX2310
-It's been two months that I use
Do I like most is first prize, his connections, the inversion of phase on each channel, its looks, its ease of use and what I like least is that 'There needs to access the rear of the unit to switch on the range of cutoff frequency desired (x1/x10)
-This is the first crossover that I used
-The quality / price is great
I do it again this choice without eSite

Eric.gui's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Behringer Super-X Pro CX2310
Set out the useless from a cross a little weird that only increases excessively acute frquence some who do you twist xagrment eardrums, this crossover is very convenient, simple and very effective. The addition of a phase corrector prcis is a luxury not found in some high-sries game most prestigious brand Behringer: So congratulations for this filter without competitor.