Reviews and Problems with 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...
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
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...
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.