Lexicon effect processors

I have two Lexicon effect processors in my rack which I used to use a lot (also on stage). Both can connect to the X32 mixer and, hence, Cubase.

 

Lexicon MPX500 Dual-channel Effects Processor

 

The Lexicon MXP500 is an effect  processor with balanced analogue I/O on both XLRs and jacks, and S/PDIF digital I/O on phono connectors. The converters are 24‑bit and with analogue dynamic range of 105dB. The unit features stereo operation and the signal path provides a number of routing options, from stereo‑in, stereo‑out to dual mono‑in, stereo‑out or dual mono‑in, dual mono‑out. It’s also possible to select from a number of dual effects connected either in series or in parallel and, in the case of series connection, to vary the amount of the first effect feeding the second. MIDI In and Out/Thru connectors are provided for patch dumping, real‑time parameter control or tempo control. See also SoundOnSound.

MPX500 Audio Specifications

Audio Inputs
Connectors: XLR/TRS balanced
Level: +20 to +8dBu full scale
Impedance: 50K bal.; 25K unbal.
A/D: 24-Bit Sigma Delta, 20Hz-20kHz ±1dB
Crosstalk: -96dB @1kHz
A/D Dynamic Range: 105dB, typical

Analog Audio Outputs
Connectors: XLR/TRS balanced
Level: +26dBu balanced;+20dBu unbal.
Impedance: <600Ω
D/A: 24-Bit Delta Sigma; 20Hz-20kHz ±1dB
Crosstalk: -96dB @1kHz
D/A Dynamic Range: 101dB, typical

 

Available effects:
• Plates 9
• Gated Reverb 10
• Hall Reverb 10
• Chamber Reverb 10
• Ambience 10
• Room Reverb 10
• Tremolo 5
• Rotary 5
• Chorus 5
• Flange 5
• Pitch 5
• Detune 5
• Delay‑Echo 15
• Special FX 15
• Flange‑Delay 10
• Pitch‑Delay 10
• Chorus‑Delay 10
• Delay‑Reverb 10
• Flange‑Reverb 10
• Pitch‑Reverb 10
• Chorus‑Reverb 10
• Mono Split Delay 15
• Mono Split Reverb 20
• Dual Mono 16

 

Lexicon MX200

The Lexicon MX200 has stereo balanced inputs and outputs on TRS jacks and can also handle S/PDIF I/O. Alongside the USB link are conventional MIDI In and Out/Thru ports. The MX200 features the classic Lexicon reverb sound as well as providing additional effects (32 effect types in all), where two effects can run at the same time under one of four routing options. These may be accessed through very simple front-panel controls or using the MX-Edit editor/librarian software that works within VST. This way the MX200 is seen by the host software as a plug-in, even though it is really externally connected hardware. See also SoundOnSound.

 

MX200 Audio Specifications

  • Audio inputs: quarter-inch TRS balanced (impedance 20kΩ) or unbalanced (impedance 10kΩ).
  • Input level: +4dBu nominal, +20dBu maximum.
  • Frequency response: 20Hz-20kHz ±1dB (reference 1kHz).
  • Total harmonic distortion plus noise: less than 0.007% within the 20Hz-20kHz range.
  • Audio outputs: quarter-inch TRS balanced or unbalanced.
  • Output level: +20dBu maximum.
  • Dynamic range: more than 107dBA.
  • A-D conversion: 24-bit resolution, 48kHz sample rate.
  • Audio processing: 24-bit resolution.

 

Available effects:

  • Small Hall.
  • Large Hall.
  • Small Plate.
  • Large Plate
  • Room.
  • Chamber.
  • Gated.
  • Reverse.
  • Vocal Hall.
  • Vocal Plate.
  • Drum Hall.
  • Drum Plate.
  • Ambience.
  • Studio.
  • Arena.
  • Spring.
  • Studio Delay.
  • Digital Delay.
  • Tape Delay.
  • Pong Delay.
  • Mod Delay.
  • Reverse Delay.
  • Compressor.
  • De-esser.
  • Chorus.
  • Flanger.
  • Phaser.
  • Tremolo/Pan.
  • Rotary.
  • Vibrato.
  • Pitch-shift.
  • Detune.

Video

 

Manuals

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Lexicon MPX500 (User Guide) (pdf) 398.40 KB 25 downloads

MPX 500 24-Bit Dual Channel Processor User Guide See also Lexicon MPX500 19 inch...
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Lexicon MX200 (User Guide) (pdf) 3.53 MB 6 downloads

MX 200 Dual reverb effect processor See also Lexicon MX200 19 inch rack ...