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Lexicon PCM 81
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Lexicon PCM 81

Multi-Effects Processor from Lexicon belonging to the PCM series.

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Lexicon PCM 81Published on 09/01/10 at 07:45
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Multi-effects ..

UTILIZATION

As for PCM91, a period of adaptation is necessary to fully understand the possibilities this machine absolutely insane!
Over again, the user manual (in English) is very well done ..

SOUND QUALITY

The PCM81 is excellent and worthy to be compared to the Eventide in relation to "the" multi-effects.
Reproductions of reverb and the various simulations are really superb, but not however reach the smoothness and realism of his cousin called PCM91.
The trap to avoid this kind of machine, apart from adjustments pushed by fingers too inexperienced, the refund is muddled sound output .. PCM81 with this safe, sound clean. This is due not only to the quality of......
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Multi-effects ..

UTILIZATION

As for PCM91, a period of adaptation is necessary to fully understand the possibilities this machine absolutely insane!
Over again, the user manual (in English) is very well done ..

SOUND QUALITY

The PCM81 is excellent and worthy to be compared to the Eventide in relation to "the" multi-effects.
Reproductions of reverb and the various simulations are really superb, but not however reach the smoothness and realism of his cousin called PCM91.
The trap to avoid this kind of machine, apart from adjustments pushed by fingers too inexperienced, the refund is muddled sound output .. PCM81 with this safe, sound clean. This is due not only to the quality of the converters, but also, lest we forget, the development of algorithms ..

OVERALL OPINION

Another superb machine designed by Lexicon ..
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  • Manufacturer: Lexicon
  • Model: PCM 81
  • Series: PCM
  • Category: Multi-Effects Processors
  • Added in our database on: 11/17/2002

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