The Lexicon 200 is a digital reverb unit in the form of a rackable piece of outboard gear. It has XLR connections and will take up a good chunk of your rack, as it takes up about three of four rack spaces.
The configuration of the Lexicon 200 is kind of complex, but only because there are a ton of parameters and capabilities. It is pretty easy to pull up some basic reverb sounds and to manipulate the parameters to your liking, but there is also a whole programming section to the unit that I tend to shy away from most of the time, mostly because I don't have a use for it. I don't have a manual for this, so I can't say how helpful it would be to have it or not.
The sound quality of the Lexicon 200 digital reverb unit is very good, and it is possible to get a good amount of different sounding reverbs. I have used the Lexicon 200 on lead and back up vocals, electric guitar, snare drum, and other types of drums that may need reverb. You can pretty much find a sound on this for any type of application that you would like to use this with, as the sounds are varied and it provides you with a great deal of options.
I've been using the Lexicon 200 digital reverb for about a year. I like it because it has a great sound quality and gives the user a great deal of options. While I find myself shying away from reverbs like this, as I use reverb plug-ins a lot for their convenience and comparable sound quality, it is still an effective unit. For those who are big fans of Lexicon, this product won't let you down and works great in a number of different situations.
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U-FLYstudio's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
This is one of the finest reverb of the old days!
Output in 1982 is a kind 224X tlcommande without and with an In and out a stro!
easy to use, it will transport you to worlds tantt soft tantt aggressive, but with a pronfondeur and warmth that one has trouble finding the models of aujourdh'ui, from the Bricasti M7, but the 200 really something special.
the algorithms "Rich & Rich flat splits" are exceptional. what power .... and what heat there and no lamp (ahem) it's pure converter first generation, like what!
Arch of short reverb ralistes despite the age,
* Try to spend a whole load enough mix in a high-end reverb now and try the same thing in 200, the diffrence is amazing, the 200 provides an enlargement of enjoyable trs the image and gives an impression of incredible wealth and never mix the original GNER and without equalization of the return of reverberation with Modl latest, it will take for a given rsultat spend a lot program review, and can reach the Galise the result of 200 on all of its programs (one cinquentaine)
reverb tested: TC M 3000, M 2000, M5000, M6000, Yamaha SPX 2000, Lexicon PCM 81, 91, 300L ...
This is an effect that blows little era for many penss with controls and effective:
Reverb time contour, pr echoes, diffusion, rolloff, prdelay, reverb time and size of the pice. nothing more and the effects are beautiful and usable.
You really feel looming on the horizon the 480L!
it says the same compartment a 480L 200 keeps its place, it is unique is produced immediately on a warm reverbs short musical architecture, the first choice by far for small acoustic ensembles (trio, quartet or quintet classical sonata or small jazz ensemble ...) is just the top, I bought my 200 Premire in 1998 and I am a huge fan since!
It is a machine that you do not want to sell and playing in the courtyard of Quantec, AMS, EMT, AKG ADR 68K and other beautiful bxs the end of 70 beginners 80. Well, it heats up just a little, but over two or three pre-amp lamp and you can cut the heat all winter. In short qualities that!!
Anyway, we see from time to time pass over the 200 second-hand market, so if you ever see one go, you throw it, you will make an extraordinary case anyway (well, what works when it is necessary same) and more what a great machine when it is still in good condition. ca devriendra certainly like me, your main reverb! one that is always connected, and proudly monopolizes the first auxiliary console.