The MPX 100 is a true stereo dual-channel procesor with 24-bit internal processing, 20-bit A/D-
D/A and S/PDIF digital output.
Powered by a new version of Lexicon’s proprietary Lexichip,™ the MPX
100 has 240 presets with classic, true stereo reverb programs such as Ambience, Plate, Chamber and
Inverse, as well as Tremolo, Rotary, Chorus, Flange, Pitch, Detune, 5.7 second Delay and Echo. Dual-
channel processing gives you completely independent effects on the left and right channels
Audio Inputs (2)
500K unbalanced for
Direct Instrument input
(Unit detects mono input
on the right input)
Analog Audio Outputs (2)
: headphone output
(Left only used for mono
output; Right only used
for stereo headphones)
Digital Audio Output
Digital S/PDIF output (always active)
Sample Rate 44.1kHz
Connector Coaxial, RCA type
Footswitch Tip/Ring/Sleeve phone jack for Bypass and Tap (optional)
Wet/Dry 20Hz-20kHz, ±1dB
THD+N <0.05%, 20Hz-20kHz
A-A >95dB typical, 20Hz-20kHz, unweighted
A-D >100dB typical, 20Hz-20kHz, unweighted
Conversion 20 bits A/D, 20 bits D/A 44.1kHz sample rate
...time to read 294 pages of what others have done/are doing. I think I'll kick off by giving away a Lexicon MPX-100...
I just bought a Lexicon MPX 100 and an Emu Proteus 2000. I only got around to trying them both out today (though I did try the demo sequences the other day on the Proteus). There were some very strange bumps and thuds coming from my speakers even though it was quite low volume. I tapped...
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