Lexicon 2000 vs 224

Discussion in 'Reverbs / Effects (outboard)' 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

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    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

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    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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