Are there any balanced electronic X-over's?


I am thinking of going with an active cross over but everything in my system is balanced and I would only do it if I could get a balanced crossover with XLR inputs and outputs. Are there any units like this available? Thanks in advance for any help
tireguy
The Bryston 10B comes in a balanced version.
Pass Labs has a very functional and affordable balanced/SE unit called the XRV. Nelson Pass has been doing active crossovers for a long time. I believe all the Threshold units were from his mind. Here is the link:

http://passlabs.com/prodlit/xvr1lit.htm
Probably for less money you could get a Marchand just the way you like it. My XM9 2-way (balanced only, 250Hz, 24 db) is sold (so far). The frequency modules are very cheap, if you want to experiment. Go on their site (marchandelec.com) and check them out. I'm enjoying my XM44-3 which came single ended AND balanced. A nice touch.
Krell also made one for a while called the KBX..It's hard to find...
While we are on the subject of active crossovers, does anyone have any experience with Rane AC 23B Active Crossovers? I am in need of a good active crossover for a two way speaker and dual subwoofer setup I am working on.
Thanks I think the pass is what I would be looking for!
Re: Krell KBX

Last I heard Krell still makes the KBX, but since it is a specialty item, they have chosen not to advertise. Call the factory.

If you find one used, Krell will customise it for your speakers for a mere $200. ..... and this is one great x-over!

Richard (a happy owner)
Think the Pass also comes in kit form at a major price drop if you so inclined.
hmmm, they don't want you to like build the boards do they? I could handle a basic kit construction- besides it may be fun!