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arrowReleased: May '98  arrowVersion: 0.00
arrowRated: 8.4/10arrow User reviews: (12)
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Peter Schroedl writes:
A great budget studio effects processor. Much cleaner and warmer than the Digitech S200. Has Pretty much all your bread and butter effects except distortion and phaser, which I wouldnt use a multi-fx for anyways... Its inexpensive, simple to learn, great sounding fx, and its a 'lexicon'. the reverbs are right on.

Good Points
'lexicon' reverbs are lush, delays sync to midi clock, good Midi implementation, chorus + detune are very full sounding,and it is SO simple to use.
Bad Points
Not extremely editable effects .. but the presets are GOOD to start with. so its not that flexible. oh well, darn.

 Lexicon MPX-100 Specifications:

Digital IOs:
1 out
Analog IOs:
r/l in, r/l out
Midi IOs:
1 in, 1 out/thru
Maximum Resolution:44.1k@20 bit A/D, D/A -- 24 bit DSP
A/A: > 95db typical, 20hz-20khz. unweighted, A/D: > 100bd typical, 20hz-20khz, unweighted
Reverb, Delay, Echo, Chorus, Flange, Pitch, Detune, Tremolo, Rotary .. combinations ( 2 at a time )

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