02.15.2005 02:54 PM
Lexicon unveils MX200 stereo multi-effects processor

Lexicon Pro’s MX200 dual reverb/effects processor is a single rack-space, two-channel unit that combines intuitive front-panel design with a unique USB connection and VST interface for use with software recording platforms.

It features a wide array of reverb algorithms, delays, effects and dbx dynamics. The MX200’s front panel design indicates which two effects are active and provides independent control areas for each 24-bit processor. Effects include halls, chambers, plates, slap and tape-type delays, dbx dynamics algorithms, and special effects like chorus, flange, tremolo and rotary.

For more information, visit www.lexiconpro.com.

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