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Lexicon MX400 - Dual Stereo/Surround Reverb Processor with 1/4" Balanced Connectors

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The MX400 is a dual stereo reverb effects processor from Lexicon offered in an affordable single space rack-mount chassis, perfect for band PAs, churches and clubs. The unit delivers seventeen classic Lexicon reverbs, along with delay based effects and dbx dynamics that can be used in tandem with the reverb.

Aside from providing "non-CPU draining" processing when working in a DAW based environment, every parameter of every reverb, delay and dynamic effect is available for editing inside any VST or AU compatible software program in the form of a plug-in control panel. The computer and processor are simply connected via a USB cable and the plug-in controls all automation and recall parameters exactly as one would with any software plug-in.

Also included is MX-Edit Librarian software that can store and recall custom programs or pull up any one of the over two hundred settings including twenty-five dedicated surround programs. Designed with an intuitive front panel, the MX400 keeps knob tweaks to a bare minimum. For example, three individual, assignable parameter controls mean no paging through menus to fine tune a reverb tail.

Analog I/O is achieved via 1/4" TRS balanced connectors, while dual coaxial S/PDIF connectors take care of digital connectivity. Additionally, the MX400 is designed to withstand dust, moisture, shock, power surges and all the other rigors of live sound use.

Quad-processor Lexicon reverb with plug-in programming and recall
USB "Hardware Plug-In" feature with VST and Audio Units plug-in software
Seventeen Lexicon reverbs with delays and modulation effects
Seven effect routing options
dbx compression and de-essing
Includes MX-Edit Editor/Librarian software for Mac and PC
Dual S/PDIF digital input/output
Effects Type Reverb, Dynamics and Delay Based Effects
Channels Quad Mono/Dual Stereo
Effect Variations 17 Reverbs
Presets 99 for Stereo Mode
99 for Dual Stereo Mode
25 for Surround
User Memory 99 for Stereo Mode
99 for Dual Stereo Mode
25 for Surround
Inputs 4 x 1/4" TRS phone (analog)
2 x RCA coaxial S/PDIF (digital)
USB (shared with output)
Output 4 x 1/4" TRS phone (analog)
2 x RCA coaxial S/PDIF (digital)
USB (shared with input)
AD/DA Conversion 24-bit, 44.1/48kHz sample rates, 128x oversampling
MIDI In/Thru
External Storage USB
Sys-Ex
Display LCD
Frequency Response 10Hz to 20kHz, +0/-0.5dB
Dynamic Range >109dB (A-weighted) analog to analog
Noise Not specified by manufacturer
Dimensions (WxDxH) 19" x 7 1/4" x 1 3/4"
Weight 5.8lbs
Specialties MX-Edit Editor/Librarian software for Mac and Windows
VST and Audio Units plug-in interface
Lexicon MX400 - Dual Stereo/Surround Reverb Processor with 1/4" Balanced Connectors
  • AC Power Cable
  • USB Cable
  • One (1) Year Warranty
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    LexiconMX400 Reverb Processor
     
    5.0

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    5.0

    For those who want a Lexicon!

    By fgsoares

    from Belo Horizonte, Brazil

    About Me Experienced

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    Pros

    • Clear Sound
    • Easy To Use
    • Powerful
    • Professional Functions
    • Versatile

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Home Studio
      • Professional Recording

      Comments about Lexicon MX400 Reverb Processor:

      This is a great reverb unit. In fact, 2 units for the price of one. Two independent processors. I mostly don´t use the delays, choruses and compressor, but the reverbs are really pro! And the VST capability is a great thing, so you don´t have to manually tweak the controls. Totally recommend!

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      5.0

      Great bang for the buck

      By Nathaniel

      from Seattle, WA

      About Me Professional Musician

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Clear Sound
      • Easy To Use
      • Powerful
      • Professional Functions
      • Versatile

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Performances
        • Professional Recording

        Comments about Lexicon MX400 Reverb Processor:

        Recently replaced my older Lexicon unit with the MX-400, and have not been disappointed. Dual stereo processing, dbx compression, de-esser, "hardware plug-in" technology...hard to complain. Thus far I have stuck mainly with the reverbs -- hall, plate, & room all are of the typical high-quality one has come to expect from Lexicon. Interface is also very nice: when manually tweaking FX on the unit itself, Lex has included enough buttons and knobs on the front to offer the user the ability to make changes in a fairly quick and intuitive way. Tweaking FX from a computer workstation couldn't be easier, and all changes are stored the same way as software based FX plug-ins (instant recall from within a sequence!). Highly recommended.

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