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Zoom RFX-2000

Multi-Effects Processor from Zoom .

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Zoom RFX-2000Published on 01/02/03 at 01:54
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
-48 Effects available (with very complete parameters) REVERB, DELAY, SFX, MIXDOWN, WIDE, BOOST, PHASER, PITCH, CHORUS...
Digital Technology
Possibility to edit from a PC
2 types of Digital Outputs (optical, RCA), 1/4 stereo jacks (IN, OUT), MIDI (IN, OUT, THRU) and FootSwitch jack.

UTILIZATION

-Easy Setup; Quick learning curve

SOUND QUALITY

Excellent sound quality

OVERALL OPINION

Very good price/quality ratio; This product offers multiple possibilities of use
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Zoom RFX-2000Published on 12/15/04 at 12:42
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
- I will not repeat what's been said, it is right on.

UTILIZATION

- You can modify parameters using the front controls: perfect, much better than the Behringer Virtualizer Pro, for example.
- The manual is clear and very complete (and well translated to French).

SOUND QUALITY

- I like the Reverbs, that are numerous and very customizable/flexible. It doesn't lose much in dynamics and precision.  I'm really happy about it and it's the only rackmount that I use all the time for Live setups, despite Zoom's poor reputation.
- I use it with synths, drum machines, various sounds, vocals, etc.
- I sometimes also use the Ring Modulator and the Vocoder (super-cheezy, but effective for......
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- I will not repeat what's been said, it is right on.

UTILIZATION

- You can modify parameters using the front controls: perfect, much better than the Behringer Virtualizer Pro, for example.
- The manual is clear and very complete (and well translated to French).

SOUND QUALITY

- I like the Reverbs, that are numerous and very customizable/flexible. It doesn't lose much in dynamics and precision.  I'm really happy about it and it's the only rackmount that I use all the time for Live setups, despite Zoom's poor reputation.
- I use it with synths, drum machines, various sounds, vocals, etc.
- I sometimes also use the Ring Modulator and the Vocoder (super-cheezy, but effective for low-fi or for using on beats, etc.).
- The Delays are also very good, and what convinced me to buy it was the tap-tempo function!  There is Pan Delay, Rhythmic Delay, etc..
- Only con: no emulation of Space-Echo or Analog Room Echo.  That's too bad!
- However, forget the "Mastering" section, it is really dirty, horrible, and not at all precise!
- I have yet to test the amp simulators. I don't know how to use them as I have no use for it.

In summary: Ideal for Reverbs, Delays or the two combined; Good for Chorus and Flanger, with the Vocoder and RingMod being an honorable bonus; But mediocre for the so-called "Mastering" effects.  The Enhancer or Compressor can maybe help you for single tracks, but certainly not for Mastering!

OVERALL OPINION

- I have been using it for 4 years; Very reliable and stable, no particular problem.
- Big positive point: Very complete MIDI implementation (in, out, thru ...)
- I've been using the Behringer Virtualizer Pro 1024 for 2 years: the Zoom is much better!!!
- Weakness: in 100% wet mix, there is a somewhat noticeable hiss.  Too bad (but not necessarily that bad either);
- Bang for the buck ratio very decent. For that price, you can't really expect a top-of-the-line Compressor with it, so some effects should be considered a "bonus".  But for Delays, Reverbs and such, no problem at all!
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Zoom
  • Model: RFX-2000
  • Category: Multi-Effects Processors
  • Added in our database on: 04/30/2002

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Other names: rfx 2000, rfx2000, rfx 20 00, rfx20 00

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