Lexicon MPX1 Stereo/Dual Mono Multi-effects Processor with Dual Independent DSP Processors


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Lexicon MPX1 Stereo/Dual Mono Multi-effects Processor with Dual Independent DSP Processors
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The MPX1 employs dual complementary processing architecture. That is, it has two completely independent DSP processors. Lexicon's proprietary Lexichip is dedicated to delivering world class stereo reverb and ambience algorithms. A separate, fast-math DSP processor is used to create all the other studio quality effects, meaning the very best stereo reverberation and ambience algorithms are available all the time, and there's plenty of horsepower left over for true, "no compromise" pitch shifting, EQ or modulation effects. Naturally, the MPX1 has that legendary, much-sought after Lexicon sound; rich lush reverbs just dripping with real world ambience, crystal clear delays, swirling choruses, and much, much more!

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Features:

Multi-effects processing without compromising sound quality

Multiple DSP Architecture

Balanced Analog I/O (1/4" & XLR)

Digital Inputs & Outputs (SPDIF @ 44.1 KHz)

18 Bit A/D; 20 Bit D/A Conversion

250 Programs : 200 Presets + 50 User Registers

6 Effects "Blocks" w/dedicated visual inidicators

Completely user programmable FX Ordering and Routing of all FX Blocks with Graphical feedback.

Interactive Front Panel: If the Tap or A/B functions are active in a preset, the box lets the user know.

Dynamic MIDI & MIDI automation

Unique Tempo Modes including Tap-Tempo, MIDI clock control (with MPX 1 as slave or master device)

Direct Footswitch and Foot Controller Inputs (for pedals)

Universal power supply

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