Behringer; Super X PRO, CX3400, 2/3/4-way crossover S/N N0511679100, Date Code 07 04. Size 19”x8”x2” PAT Tested Suggested price £100
The Behringer Super-X Pro CX3400 V2 is a crossover that can be used in stereo 2-way, 3-way or mono 4-way modes. It is equipped with the world-famous Linkwitz-Riley filters with a slope of 24dB/octave. The potentiometers on the front can be adjusted precisely. The illuminated LED displays ensure that you can operate the Behringer CX3400 V2 crossover in dark environments. On the back are gold-plated XLR connectors for all inputs and outputs. The crossover has individual limiters on all outputs for optimum protection of the speakers and switchable 25Hz low-pass filters, which ensure additional protection of the woofer. An adjustable time delay and individual phase reversing switches ensure correct phase alignment. In addition, the Behringer CX3400 V2 crossover provides switchable equalization for constant directivity horns.
Behringer; BTR 2000 Rack Tuner (Auto-chromatic tuner, metronome, & rack light) plus original box and Handbook, power cable. Size 19”x4”x2” S/N 0606181389 Date Code 0608. PAT Tested Suggested price £50
Behringer BTR2000 Auto Chromatic Rack Tuner is a multi-functional tuner that can be used with a range of instruments, whether you’re plugging directly in electrically, or playing through the built-in microphone acoustically. It also has a metronome with adjustable tempos from 30 to 240 bpm, which you can listen to and see via the visual beat indicator. It also has integrated, switchable rack lights with high-power LEDS so you can get total control over your rack gear. Designed to help tune many different types of string instruments, the BTR2000 has a selection of 11 different tuning modes. These are Chromatic, Guitar, Bass, Banjo, Baritone, Ukulele, Open A, Open D, Open E, Open G and DADGAD. You can plug your instrument directly into the tuner, or use the built-in microphone, or simply use the tuner for reference. The BTR2000 also allows you to calibrate the frequency up to 12 Hz higher or lower than 440 Hz if you’re in an orchestra where the standard “A” pitch may vary. Connect your instrument via the 1/4″ input jack on the front panel, or plug in 2 instruments via the inputs on the back panel. For reference tones, simply plug an audio output into the 1/4″ sound jack. The 1/4″ main jack can be used to output the sounds generated by the BTR2000 and the instrument signal, or the instrument signal by itself. The Mute and Select 1/4″ jacks allows for footswitch connections, such as the Behringer FS112 and the Behringer A/B Switch AB200, this mute function is useful for direct signal muting whilst tuning.