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8.2 out of 10

Lexicon MX400 Multi Effects Processor

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Not what you'd expect from Lexicon - Bad Reverb Period

Stinky Tim, amazon.com
12 January 2012
  • Summary: Well, it was fun while it lasted, I had it all hooked up with USB going into my DAW recording program. I was running it as a VST/AU inside ableton, with digital sends going in/out of ableton/ my sound card.By the way, I just loved it when I'd type "SLAP MY BITCH" into the computer VST when prompted to "save reverb program" and it would print out on the Lexicon LCD screen! Well, after a few weeks, I really started wondering where was that BIG SOUND??
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For those who want a Lexicon!

fgsoares, B&H Photo
14 April 2010
  • Excerpt: 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!
  • Pros: Clear Sound, Easy To Use, Powerful, Professional Functions, Versatile
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Not your daddy's reverb unit

James E. Sink "Jimsi777", amazon.com
6 March 2010
  • Summary: mx400 is clean sounding with no noise and no coloration effects processor in effect there are two stereo processors in one with a mp3player styled menu controlling the 4 ins and 4 outs (dual stereo-to-4 mono processors)routing.I owned some Alesis reverbs that colored the sound so much as I didnt know a clean no colored sound until now at home ... the compressor thats built in actualy works nicely as well... some neat effects that can be tweeked to be used..
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Great bang for the buck

Nathaniel, B&H Photo
26 May 2008
  • Excerpt: 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.
  • Pros: Clear Sound, Easy To Use, Powerful, Professional Functions, Versatile
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if it wasn't Made in China it would be perfect

Mr. F. M. Havicon "alkemmy", amazon.co.uk
6 December 2011
  • Summary: A real shame Amazon don't advertise country of manufacture - I'd have gone for something else knowing this item was simply another Made in China commodity. However, it's a really good quality unit, easy to use and doesn't get bogged down in too many layers of menu commands. Back to Basics it where I'm at as regards msuic prodiction - computers simply don't have the guts to add the kind of reverb I need.
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