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LEXICON MPX1 DSP EFFECT PROCESSOR  229.99 
LEXICON MPX1 DSP EFFECT PROCESSOR

"If you aspire to pro Lexicon effects such as the PCM80, but don't have deep enough pockets, the MPX1 could be just up your street."

The MPX1 promises to be a flexible machine that can be approached on a number of levels: the factory presets provide instant gratification, simple editing will provide enough variation to satisfy many users, yet the sound designer will find the flexible routing and modulation options provide plenty of scope for creativity. I've only played with the MPX1 for a day so far, but I'm already impressed.

Read more online here - http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/1996_articles/dec96/lexiconmpx1.html

Here we have the Lexicon MPX1, used but both in excellent condition. The MPX1 has the latest software installed (v1.1). If you're looking at this then you no doubt no just how amazing they are. But if not here's a bit of blurb from Lexicon to wet your whistle.

LEXICON MPX1

The MPX 1 is the processor that fulfills the promise implied by the term, "multi-effects." Multiple Processor FX technology combined with an interactive front panel, creates a new set of standards for others to follow... no less than you'd expect from Lexicon.

WHAT TO EXPECT

No compromise stereo reverb in combination with as many as 4 additional stereo effects
A "goof-proof" system for quickly fine-tuning any program, without having to enter an in-depth editing mode
Visual feedback to tell you exactly where you are and what features are available; on-board Help guides you all the way
56 Pitch, Chorus, EQ, Modulation, Delay and world-class Reverb effects
Complete flexibility of routing and effect order in every program
200 preset programs designed for a wide variety of audio sources and applications — with database sorting to let you find exactly what you want
Layered features; options are there when you need them, and out of the way when you don't
Dynamic control of all effects parameters with pushbutton access to the patch system
Extensive MIDI implementation
Comprehensive audio connectivity

DETAILS

Analog Audio Input    XLR and 1/4" balanced (T/R/S)
Input Level    -2dBu to +20dBu, balanced;<br>-14dBu to +8dBu, unbalanced
Input Impedance    100k½, balanced;50k½, unbalanced
Analog Audio Output    XLR and 1/4"balanced (T/R/S)
Output Level    +18dBu
Output Impedance    600½unbalanced
Digital Audio Input    Coaxial RCA
Format    24-bit S/PDIF
Sample Rate    44.1kHz
Digital Audio Output    Coaxial RCA
Format    24-bit S/PDIF
Sample Rate    44.1kHz
Conversion    24-bit A/D;24-bit D/A
Internal Audio DSP    20-bit;32-bit
Frequency Response    20Hz - 20kHz ±1dB
Crosstalk    -60dB
THD    0.01%, 20Hz - 20kHz
Dynamic Range    D/A:>95dB typical, 20Hz - 20kHz, unweighted<br>A/D:>90dB typical, 20Hz - 20kHz, unweighted<br>A/A:>95dB typical, 20Hz - 20kHz, unweighted
MIDI Interface    7-pin DIN connector for MIDI IN and powered bidirectional remote;<br>5-pin DIN connectors for MIDI THRU and OUT
Footswitch    1/4"T/R/S connector for bypass and tap
Footpedal    1/4"T/R/S connector (10k½- 100k½impedance)
Power Requirements    100 - 240 volts AC, 50 - 60Hz, 25 watts<br>(3-pin IEC connector)
Remote Power In    2.5 mm 9 volts AC (not included)
Dimensions    19" W x 1.75" H (1U) x 9" D<br>(483 x 45 x 289 mm), rack mount standard
Weight    6.125 lbs.(2.8 kg)
Operating Temperature    32¡to 104¡F (0¡to 40¡C)
Maximum Humidity    95% without condensation

You can view the manuals for the MPX1 via the link below;

MPX1 - http://www.lexiconpro.com/system/documents/1122/original/MPX1owners.pdf?134021373

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 24 January, 2013.
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