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RE: Lexicon MPX100

For those who need to know:MPX 100 Dual Channel Processor  $249.00

The MPX 100 is a true stereo dual-channel processor with 24-bit internal
processing,  20-bit A/D-D/A and S/PDIF digital output.  Powered by a new
version of Lexicon's proprietary Lexichip(tm), the MPX 100 has 240
presets with classic, true stereo reverb programs such as Ambience,
Plate, Chamber and Inverse as well as Tremolo, Rotary, Chorus, Flange,
Pitch, Detune, 5.7 second Delay and Echo.  Dual-channel processing gives
you two effects in a variety of configurations: Dual Mono, Dual Stereo,
Cascade and Parallel.

A front panel Adjust knob allows instant manipulation of each effect's
critical parameters and an Effects Level/Balance knob lets you control
effect level or the balance of dual effect combinations.  An easy Learn
mode allows MIDI patching of front panel controls.  In addition,
tempo-controlled modulation rates and delay times lock to Tap or MIDI
clock, and Tap tempos can be controlled by audio input, the front panel
tap button, dual footswitch, external MIDI controller or MIDI Program
Change.  Other features include dual 2-stage headroom indicators, a
headphone output, a software-selectable MIDI OUT/THRU port, pushbutton
of footswitch selection of dry or muted audio output, a 20Hz-20kHz
+/-1dB Frequency Response and an A-D Dynamic Range >100dB typical.

Other features of the MPX 100
- Easy to use Learn mode patches a MIDI Controller or Program Change to
up to 5 front panel controls (Mix, Effects Level/Balance, Adjust, Bypass
and Tap)
- Analog outputs provide >95dB dynamic range
- S/PDIF digital output provides simultaneous wet or dry 20 bit digital
output with >100dB dynamic range @ 44.1kHz
- High impedance input allows you to use a variety of instruments from
guitar to keyboards
- System mode provides access to system-wide settings and MIDI features:
                Assign front panel Bypass button as Input Mute or Bypass
                Enable or Disable Learned Patches
                Mute or Bypass during Program loads
                Wet or Dry Digital Output
                MIDI Out or THRU
                Enable or Disable MIDI Program change
                Enable or Disable incoming MIDI Clock
                Global or Program Specific Tempo
                MIDI Dumps for the current program, all 16 User
Programs, or System mode settings

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