Crossover: The crossover
point between the high-pass and low-pass outputs is 90 Hz and the crossover
slope is 18 dB/octave. The crossover point is governed by a replaceable
chip, so it can be modified.
Subsonic Filter: The subsonic filter crossover point is 33
Hz and the crossover slope is 18 dB/octave. The crossover point is governed by a replaceable chip, so it can be
Line Driver: The adjustable output levels allow you to
increase the head unit's line voltage to the top of your amp's input range; up
to 9.5 volts RMS/13 volts peak. The output voltage is proportional to the input
voltage; approximately 5.6 volt RMS input is required to drive 9.5 volts RMS
Balanced Inputs: Using the balanced differential input circuit cancels
noise picked up in the transmission line between the 2XS and the source
Ground Isolation: The power supply ground is switchable, in
case of ground loop noise. The factory position is fully isolated (typically the
best choice), but can be changed to Ground or 200Ω.
Terminal Blocks: The power/ground/remote terminal is removable; the wiring is attached to the
terminal block, then the block is plugged into the 2XS. The terminal block will
accommodate wire up to 12 gauge.
Inputs and Outputs:
- Line Input: stereo
- High-Pass Output:
stereo RCA, frequencies above 90 Hz
- Low-Pass Output:
stereo RCA, frequencies below 90 Hz
- Power Input: removable
- Maximum Output: 9.5 volts RMS/13 volts peak
- Frequency response: 15 Hz-20 kHz; ±1 dB
- THD: 0.005%
- S/N Ratio: 115dB
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