• DBX 234XSV 3-Way Stereo Crossover
  • DBX 234XSV 3-Way Stereo Crossover
  • DBX 234XSV 3-Way Stereo Crossover
  • DBX 234XSV 3-Way Stereo Crossover
  • DBX 234XSV 3-Way Stereo Crossover
  • DBX 234XSV 3-Way Stereo Crossover
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DBX 234XSV 3-Way Stereo Crossover

DBX-234XSV

was R 6 099,00 R 4 495,00

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Crossover which is a Stereo 2 way, 3 way and 4 way mono, with TRS differentially balanced ins and outs, Mode switches for mono 4-way or stereo 2-way/3-way operation and Individual level controls on all band outputs

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DBX 234 XSV

Extremely Well Built

Let's take a look at the construction features of the dbx® 234. At first glance you'll notice the units are great looking, and as you turn the controls something else becomes apparent; these units are extremely well built. The controls exude great precision, and the feel is a solid "click". Also, when you open the box, you won't find the external power supply that accompanies most processors in this price range. That's because we know how difficult external powersupplies can be to work with and even though it costs a little more we put the high quality power supply right in the unit. All the inputs and outputs are TRS differentially balanced 1/4" jacks that are bolted down to the chassis. This "nutting down" of the jacks insures that even if someone steps on a cable plugged into the unit, it's not going to tear up the circuit board inside. All dbx® crossovers feature Linkwitz-Riley 24 dB per octave filters, the professional standard, but then again, what did you expect?

Versatile

Via two switches on the back panel you first select whether you're operating your system in stereo 2-way, 3-way or mono 4-way. Another back panel switch also selects whether or not you want to mono sum the LF (subwoofer) out. (Most systems that use a subwoofer are mono subbed to take advantage of amplifier power and because low frequencies are non-directional.) Back panel switches allow you to select the range of the crossover frequencies individually for both channels. The crossover frequency controls have a green LED that indicates the X10 switch on the back panel is activated (we wouldn't make you check the switch position on the back every time you wonder where it's set). All these switches are on the back panel because it could be disastrous if you were to change them mid-program. On the front panel you'll notice there are LEDs that indicate whether the unit is in mono or stereo mode. Each channel has an input gain control for proper level setting. There's a recessed 40 Hz low cut (HPF) on each channel to remove unwanted low frequencies. Both the low and high outputs on each channel have a gain control ranging from - to +6 dB, to allow muting of individual outputs and for level matching. Also, these outputs each have phase reverse switches that'll help get you out of a bind without having to reconfigure your system. These phase reverse switches may be internally reconfigured as mute switches.

Great Performance

You'll get great performance, all the features you'd expect from a professional product, and the knowledge that you're buying a processor from the people that have been producing the world's finest processors for over 20 years. The technology that made us famous brings you a dbx® crossover which has been tested to the highest professional standards at a price that's just too low to admit.

DBX 234 XSV Features at a Glance:

  • TRS differentially balanced ins and outs
  • Mode switches for mono 4-way or stereo 2-way/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 band 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
Filter Type Linkwitz-Riley, 24 dB/octave, state-variable Operating Modes Stereo 2/3-way, switchable to mono 4-way
Crossover Frequencies Stereo Mode - Low/High: 45 to 960Hz or 450Hz to 9.6kHz (x10 setting)
Stereo Mode - Low/Mid: 45 to 960Hz or 450Hz to 9.6kHz (x10 setting)
Stereo Mode - Mid/High: 450Hz to 9.6kHz 
Mono Mode - Low/Mid: 45 to 960Hz or 450Hz to 9.6kHz (x10 setting)
Mono Mode - Mid/High: 45 to 960Hz or 450Hz to 9.6kHz (x10 setting)
Mono Mode - High-Mid/High: 450Hz to 9.6kHz
Inputs 2 x XLR (pin 2 hot)
Input Impedance 50kΩ balanced, 25kΩ unbalanced Maximum Input Level >+21dBu balanced or unbalanced
Outputs 6 x XLR (pin 2 hot)  Output Impedance 60Ω balanced, 30Ω unbalanced
Maximum Output Level >+20dBu balanced/unbalanced into 600Ω or greater Frequency Response FR: <3Hz to >90kHz, +0/-3.0dB
Bandwidth: 20Hz to 20kHz, +0/-0.5dB
Dynamic Range >106dB unweighted, any output Noise SNR ref: +4dBu, 22kHz measurement bandwidth
Stereo Mode:
>94dB (low output)
>93dB (mid output)
>90dB (high output)
Mono Mode:
>94dB (low output)
>94dB (low/mid output)
>92dB (high/mid output)
>88dB (high output)
THD + N <0.004% @ +4dBu, 1kHz
<0.04% @ +20dBu, 1kHz
Crosstalk <-80dB, 20Hz to 20kHz
CMRR >40dB, typically >55dB @ 1kHz Switches Low Cut (front panel)
Phase Invert (front panel)
x10 (rear panel)
Mode (rear panel)
LF sum (rear panel)
Indicators Stereo Operation 
Mono Operation 
Low Cut
x10
Phase Invert
Power Requirements 100VAC~50/60Hz, 120VAC~60Hz
15W power consumption
Width 48.3 cm Height 17.5 cm
Depth 4.5 cm Weight 1.8 kg
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