Controllers & crossovers
The LD Systems X223 is a stereo 2 way / mono 3 way crossover in standard 19"/1U rack format. Its rugged construction, high quality and robust knobs as well as the integrated power unit are rarities in this price range. It provides a mono sub output, an adjustable crossover frequency for each channel, adjustable LF/HF and input gains, phase reverse controls, switchable 40 Hz High-Pass filters and symmetrical XLR In- and Outputs. With the LD Systems X223 you get a crossover fulfilling the professional standards and offering great quality and sound characteristics.
- Model name: LDX223
- Bandwidth: 20Hz to 20kHz, +0.5 dB
- Frequency response: 90kHz, +0/- 3dB
- Filtertype: Linkwitz-Riley, 24 dB/octave
- Dynamic Range: 106dB
- Interchannel crosstalk:
- Inputs: Female XLR
- Max. Input Level: +22dBu typical, balanced or unbalanced
- Outputs: Male XLR
- Max. Output Level: >+21dBu balanced or unbalanced
- Dimensions (W x H x D): 482 x 44.5 x 153 mm
- Weight: 2,6 kg
The LD DPA-260 is a 6-channel 19â? speaker processor for our VA-4, VA-8 and UNO arrays.
- Type: DSP Controller for Line Array VA-4, VA-8 and UNO
- Model Name: DPA-260
- Description: 6-Channel 19" speaker processor, 32bit DSP, 24bit AD/DA (48 kHz) converter
- Inputs: 2 Channels Analog/Digital, L + R, Noise Gate, the inputs and outputs are freely assignable, that means you can assign any input to any output and vice versa
- Input EQ: 5 Band PEQ, Low Shelf and High Shelf Types available
- Crossover Range: 20 Hz - 20 kHz
- Outputs: 6 Channels, High/Low Pass Filter, Filtertype and dB available, 7 Band PEQ, Low Shelf and High Shelf Types available, Limiter with Threshold, Attack and Release Parameters
- Delay: Time or Meter available, Max. Delay up to 848 ms
- Phase Invert Function: USB Port, Full programmable Software included with 24 Memory Capacity for Presets
- Display: 2 Ã? 16 character LCD with backlight
- Switch mode power supply: 90 V - 250 V
- Dimensions: 19" / 1U
- Width: 482 mm
- Height: 44,5 mm
- Depth: 270 mm
The LD DS2.1 is a universal 3-channel DSP controller for 2.1 loudspeaker systems with 24-bit processing and convenient front panel operation providing easy setup and high quality audio performance.
Designed for live sound and fixed applications the rack mountable unit offers extensive parameter control of its EQ, crossover, delay and limiter functions. The LD DS2.1 features a 3-band parametric EQ with adjustable Q and high shelf / low shelf selection. The crossover includes Butterworth, Bessel and Linkwitz-Riley filters with 6 dB to 24 dB slopes. Delay time is adjustable to a maximum of 12.5 ms for each of the three outputs and the limiter provides independent threshold and hold time setting for the L / R and subwoofer channels.
A backlit 2 x 16 LCD and jog wheel allow for quick parameter adjustment and recall of up to 6 presets. Also provides real time level meter. The rear panel features XLR connectors for left and right input, left and right plus sub XLR outputs and a USB port. Software and a power cord is included.Features:
- 28bit DSP
- 3 Band PEQ
- Low Shelf or High Shelf Types available
- Crossover Slope
- Types and Q-Value selectable
- Max. Delay up to 12.5ms
- Limiter with Threshold and Hold Parameter
- Phase Invert Function, USB Port, Windows Software included
- 2 x 16 Character LCD with Backlight
- Switch Mode Power Supply: 90 V - 250 V
- Inputs : 2 Channels L + R
- Outputs : 3 Channels L + R + SUB
Crossover Range: 20 Hz - 20 kHz
This adapter allows the remote controlling of the LDDPA260 via Multicore at the FOH.
Controllers & crossovers
From controlling power amps and speakers to special effects on instruments, controllers have a wide range of uses. They provide easier handling of sound equipment by, for example, connecting to multiple speakers and then controlling them as one unit. The speakers now operate as one entity. Controllers are also available as special effect machines for guitars and keyboards.
Our crossovers too are necessary devices in order to achieve the perfect sound quality! They differentiate from a mixer incoming signals into high and low frequencies and then pass them on to the speaker. Low frequencies get send to a woofer and high frequencies to a tweeter. If not already built into your speaker, you should definitely consider investing in one.