Lexicon MPX 200
The MPX 200 is a true stereo, dual channel processor. It combines the best of the MPX 100 with several new features providing an advanced level of operation. It includes 24-bit internal processing, S/PDIF input and output, and LexiconÆs exclusive LexichipÖ engine. Add to this 24-bit A/D-D/A, a new digital compressor, extensive front panel parameter LEDs, internal power supply, and an expanded User Bank capable of storing 64 user programs.
It offers 240 presets with classic Lexicon reverb, as well as Chorus, up to 5.5 second Delay, Detune, Echo, Flange, Pitch, Rotary, and Tremolo. Dual channel processing provides two independent effects in an assortment of configurations including Cascade, Dual Mono, Dual Stereo, and Mono Split. The digital compressor is available in all 240 presets, simultaneously providing up to two effects and compression.
The front panel Adjust knob allows for instant manipulation of critical parameters. As many as four program and four compression parameters are available for each program. Front panel parameter LEDs indicate which parameter is being displayed and adjusted. The front panel also features an easy access compressor button that provides simple control over the presence of the compressor in any program. Tempo can be controlled by audio input, footswitch, the front panel Tap button, an external MIDI controller, or MIDI Program change.
The MPX 200 offers a full range of MIDI controls such as Program Change, MIDI bulk dump, and an easy Learn mode that allows MIDI patching of up to five front panel controls. Other features include 3-stage headroom indicators, 4-stage compression indicators, a headphone output, a software selectable MIDI OUT/THRU port, cue program mode, and pushbutton or footswitch selection of dry or muted audio output.
Features include 3-stage headroom indicators, 4-stage compressor indicators, inputs capable of accommodating musical instruments, headphone output, software-selectable MIDI OUT/THRU port, Cue program mode, pushbutton or footswitch selection of dry or muted audio output, assignable Bypass mode, Global Mix, Tempo and Compressor modes and a 20Hz-20kHz + 1dB frequency response. In addition, the MPX 200 has a built in power supply, eliminating the need for external power supplies.