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Lexicon 2000 vs 224

Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by mattssons, Mar 17, 2004.

  1. mattssons

    mattssons Guest

    Anyone who could tell me the difference in facts?

    Best regards

    Toby
     
  2. AudioGaff

    AudioGaff Well-Known Member

    There is no Lexicon 2000 reverb that I know of. There is the M200 but that is far more simlified and less stellar sounding unit than the 224, 224X, 224XL. As for facts, ask a specific question, and your likely to get a better answer.
     
  3. mattssons

    mattssons Guest

    Lexicon 200, sorry gotta clean my contacts!

    I would like to get some technical differences, i've recieved a lot of "personal" comments regarding the sound but as i'm a "electronic" dude i trust facts more.


    Best regards

    Toby
     
  4. AudioGaff

    AudioGaff Well-Known Member

    The Lexicon 200 was never quite as popular an item when compared to the 224/224X/224XL. In fact I consider it crap for dense reverb. The original 224 and 224X were 14-bit while the 224XL was 16-bit. the 224's were 2-in/4-out. The 200 was 2-in/2out. None of them had digital I/O.
     

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