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MPX 110 Fx - need your help !

Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by gbrand, Oct 4, 2004.

  1. gbrand

    gbrand Guest

    Hello,

    I just bought a MPX 110 for vocal use and have this slightest problem.
    In ALL the presets containing a ROTARY effect (including "Special
    FX";Variation 5), I see a weird phenomenon:
    When using the "Adjust" knob or "Effects Lvl/Bal" knob,the "Edit" LED
    flickers (should only light) as if connected to some internal
    oscillator.

    All other presets behave normally...!

    I tried to figure out that issue with Lexicon support via e-mail, but with no success.
    I'm wondering whether it's something to do with the power supply or Electro-magnetic inductance.

    If you own such a unit, can you please help me solve this one out and check your unit ?
    For example:
    -select preset "Tremolo/Rotary", variation 12
    -turn the "Adjust" knob and see if the "Edit" LED lights steadily or flickers.


    Thanks a lot,
    Have a great day,
    Gil
     
  2. sdelsolray

    sdelsolray Active Member

    That flicker might be the tap tempo feature. Read the manual about it (downloadable from Lexicon site).
     
  3. gbrand

    gbrand Guest

    That flicker might be the tap tempo feature. Read the manual about it (downloadable from Lexicon site).[/quote]


    Hi there,

    Thanks a lot for your help!
    I've been digging the manual all over, and also tried to figure things with Lexicon representive, and searched their knowledge base.
    No success...

    It flickers rather than flashes!

    It seems odd that ONLY the "rotary" related presets behave strange?!

    Do you own a MPX110?
    Can you PLEASE take a moment to check your unit behavior?
    -select preset "Tremolo/Rotary", variation 12
    -turn the "Adjust" knob and see if the "Edit" LED lights steadily or flickers.

    If not possible, can you direct me to a person who has such a unit?



    Thanks again,
    Have a nice day,
    Gil
     

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