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Description

The Lexicon PCM80 is a digital effects processor with a true stereo signal path, balanced analog I/O and standard digital interfaces. With the ability to mix analog and digital inputs together, the PCM80 offers an exciting range of effects possibilities. The PCM 80's powerful hardware platform features two DSP processors: the LexiChip II, one of Lexicon's famous proprietary VLSI chips which runs the reverberation programs; and the Motorola® 56002 which handles the other effects.

Discussions

Is anyone still using hardware reverb units?

I'm using AKG BX10e and Lexicon PCM80.

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Favorite hw reverb for SYNTHS?

...that we hear in old movie soundtracks and U2/eno/synthpop type stuff. Like, it's not a straight "improvement" from PCM70 to PCM80 to PCM91. With Lexicon, it is never a straight "improvement", from one box to the next. As they moved closer and closer to the kind of realistic reverbs that we take for granted...

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Which discontinued Lexicon effects processor are best?

I had a PCM80 with all the cards, it sounded very nice, but I HATED the UI.

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