SUPER-X PRO- What Are The Functions Of The CX3400 Controls While In 2-way Stereo Mode With 'Summed' Low Output?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FRONT PANEL - A left to right overview of the essential controls

CH 1 INPUT control determines the signal level coming into channel 1

CH 1 LOW CUT button is used if you want to eliminate frequencies below 25 Hz

CH 1 LOW/HIGH XOVER FREQ control determines the crossover point between low and high frequency ranges

CH 1 LOW OUTPUT control determines the low frequency gain for channel 1

CH 1 HIGH OUTPUT control determines the high frequency gain for channel 1

CH 2 INPUT control determines the signal level coming into channel 2

CH 2 LOW CUT button is used if you want to eliminate frequencies below 25 Hz

CH 2 LOW/HIGH XOVER FREQ control determines the crossover point between low and high frequency ranges

CH 2 LOW OUTPUT control determines the low frequency gain for channel 1

CH 2 HIGH OUTPUT control determines the high frequency gain for channel 2

 

BACK PANEL connectors and controls from left to right

(Note: The printing on the very bottom of the panel pertains to stereo 2-way use)

CH 2 HIGH output connector sends the signal to high power amp

CH 2 LOW output connector is not used if the LF SUM button is pressed ‘IN’

CH 2 XOVER FREQ button leave in the ’OUT’ position to select a crossover point between 44 to 930 Hz, or press ‘IN’ to select a crossover point between 440 Hz and 9.3 kHz

CH 2 INPUT connector a signal is sent here from a mixer, etc

MODE buttons for stereo 2-way operation, the left button is pressed ‘IN’ and the right button is ‘OUT’

LF SUM button press this button to combine the low signals from channel 1 and 2 to send out of the channel 1 LOW/LF SUM output

CH 1 HIGH output connector sends the signal to high power amp

CH 1 LOW/LF SUM output connector if the LF SUM button is pressed ‘IN’, the low signals from channels 1 and 2 will be combined and sent through this single output

CH 1 XOVER FREQ button leave in the ’OUT’ position to select a crossover point between 44 to 930 Hz, or press ‘IN’ to select a crossover point between 440 Hz and 9.3 kHz

CH 1 INPUT connector a signal is sent here from a mixer, etc

 


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