Lexicon LXP-1
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Lexicon LXP-1

LXP-1, Multi-Effekt Prozessor from Lexicon in the LXP series.

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moosers 29/03/2010

Lexicon LXP-1: Produktbewertung von moosers (content in English)

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The Lexicon LXP-1 is a compact multi-effects processor, but contains mostly reverb sounds. It also has chorus and delay tones, but again primarily has reverb tones. The unit is a digital one and is about half the size of a single rack mountable piece of gear, but isn't designed to be placed in a traditional rack space. The LXP-1 has stereo 1/4" inputs and outputs as well as MIDI connections and a 1/4" jack for a foot switch. The box requires a nine volt power supply.

UTILIZATION

Using the Lexicon LXP-1 is a fairly simple process, as everything is laid out as simple as possible. There are parameters for input, mix, output, decay, and delay, as well as a mode knob that has about 15 different settings include for two different small, medium, and large reverbs, as well as hall, plate, room, reverse, and gate reverbs. It then has two different chorus settings and two different delay settings. Everything you need to know is right on the front panel, so I don't think that you need a manual for it.

SOUND QUALITY

The sounds possible with the Lexicon LXP-1 are varied and generally quite clean sounding. It is definitely impressive how many different sounds you can get in this tiny box. You're getting the classic Lexicon reverb sound with the LXP-1, although they sounds aren't as refined as more modern Lexicon units. The LXP-1 can be used on pretty much anything that you would want some reverb, which in different situations can be almost anything. While not the most impressive sounding reverb tones in the world, they are very clean and will do the job well for most situations.

OVERALL OPINION

Even though they no longer make the Lexicon LXP-1's, you can definitely find used ones without looking very hard. There are a whole bunch of different multi-effects processors like this one out there by made Lexicon, some better and some worse. The price of the LXP-1 is very reasonable which is one of the best parts about the LXP-1. If you're looking for some real Lexicon reverb in a very compact hardware unit without having to spend much money, the Lexicon LXP-1 is a great option.