Behringer Super-X Pro CX3400

2-/3-way Stereo, 4-way Mono Crossover with Linkwitz-Riley filters, Limiters, Adjustable Time Delays and CD Horn Correction
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This Crossover Is Ready for Any Rig

The Behringer Super-X Pro CX3400 is a fully versatile crossover that's perfect for any professional live sound rig. The CX3400 is capable of either 2-way or 3-way stereo, or 4-way mono operation. Equipped with 24dB/octave Linkwitz-Riley filters, the CX3400 gives you the steep crossover bands you demand. Each output features an independent level control and phase inversion switch. For use with a subwoofer, the CX3400 also includes a low-frequency output summing option. For the flexibility you need in configuring your PA system, check out the Behringer Super-X Pro CX3400.

Behringer Super-X Pro CX3400 Features at a Glance:
  • Featuring state-of-the-art Linkwitz-Riley filters with 24 dB/octave
  • Individual Limiters on each output for optimal loudspeaker protection
  • Adjustable time delay for phase alignment between drivers
  • CD horn equalization for constant directivity horn compensation
  • Absolutely flat summed amplitude response, zero phase difference
  • "Low Sum" function provides mono output for subwoofer operation
  • Individual output Gain controls for all bands
  • Individual output Mute switches for easy band adjustment
  • Individual Phase reverse switches for instant phase correction
  • Switchable 25 Hz Low cut filter on each input for low-frequency driver protection
  • Servo-balanced and gold-plated XLR connectors for all inputs and outputs
  • Ultra-high precision potentiometers for ultimate accuracy and repeatability
  • Illuminated switches for secure operation in dark stage environments
  • Shielded toroidal mains transformer for minimal noise interference
  • High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life
Prep your live rig for any configuration with Behringer's Super-X Pro CX3400 crossover!

Additional Media

PA Speaker Buying Guide
Super-X Pro CX3400 Spec Sheet
Super-X Pro CX3400 User Manual

Tech Specs

Number of Channels 2
Modes 2-way (Stereo), 3-way (Stereo), 4-way (Mono)
Filter Types Linkwitz-Riley
Filters 24dB/octave
Crossover Frequencies - Stereo Variable
Crossover Frequencies - Mono Variable
Inputs 2 x XLR
Outputs 6 x XLR (2 x Low, 2 x Mid, 2 x High)
Rack Spaces 1U
Height 1.75"
Depth 8.5"
Width 19"
Weight 5.51 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number CX3400

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very deopendable and great sound!

i have used this crossover for about 8-10 years now and have had no problems! flexable and sounds great! great control over the outputs on this crossover! i think it's just a great product! for me there is no real need to go into details because i simply suggest you get one and try it out, you will know what i am talking about. folks i use a small outfit behringer mx 2642 mixer, composer pro, ultrafex, feedback destroyer pro, [smaller model ,us as a 10 band per/ch parametric eq].ep 2500 amp, crown ce1000 on two behringer subs, the ep2500 on yamaha s115 series 4 mains. i ran this against a setup with a $12,00 borad some dbx gear, and crown power amps and some what i thought were some nice speakers a gentleman had and this little mostly behringer rig just blew the other guys aoutfit away as to sound quality and performance, i kid you not! either this guy who had attended a creditable sound engineering school, had no idea what he was doing or the gear he had was plain junk! i think a little of both persoannly and my little rig is still going strong! again, i kid you not!! i favor a lot of the Behringer gear! most is not that fancy so to speak, but it does get the job done, and with a little creativity you can do the same thing with it as what the other companies make!! at least i do! i don't want some thing that someone else has done all the thinking for me! knowing your gear and playing it ,is as much an art as playing the instrument of choice that you have! play it!!
Music background: guitarist ,bassist, drums ,recording engineer, student
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