Sound Equipment For Sale

Sound Equipment For Sale

Student Activities has three pieces of sound equipment available for sale.

1. Behringer Super-X Pro Active Crossover Unit:  Stereo 2-Way (High-Low) or Mono 3-Way (High-Mid-Low) with dedicated subwoofer output for both stereo and mono mode.

2. Behringer Feedback Destroyer Pro: 24-band fully parametric equalizer with multiple preset banks and automatic feedback removal via notch filters.

3. Crown XLS 402 Power Amplifier: 2-channel power amplifier with XLR inputs and touch-post bindings. 300W at 8, 450W at 4. 900W at 8 in bridged mono mode. All channels and inputs working. Note: this is the older version of the XLS 402. It does not have Speakon connectors.

If interested contact Renee Talamantez at rtalamantez@udallas.edu.

 

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