Lexicon Ships New Reverb, Effects Processor
Lexicon has started shipping the new PCM92 Stereo Reverb/Effects Processor. The PCM92 utilizes the latest DSP technology and a collection of classic Lexicon algorithms for live sound and the studio applications.
Lexicon has started shipping the new PCM92 Stereo Reverb/Effects Processor. The PCM92 utilizes the latest DSP technology and a collection of classic Lexicon algorithms for live sound and the studio applications, according to the company. Lexicon officials say the PCM92 offers 28 mono and stereo reverbs, delays, and modulation effects, flexible routing configurations, and a comprehensive library of over 1,200 factory presets.
"The PCM92 follows in the tradition of the PCM-Series processors," said Randy Garrett, marketing director for Lexicon, in a statement. "Whether it is at front-of-house or in the recording suite, the PCM92 offers our Lexicon reverbs along with a host of new capabilities that will enhance their ability to produce the most exciting and highest quality sound possible,"
The PCM92 features Hall, Concert Hall, and Random Hall reverb algorithms to reproduce the musical ambience of large, wide spaces.
Designed as a single rack-space processor with two channels of balanced XLR or quarter-inch analog I/O and two channels of XLR AES/EBU digital I/O, along with MIDI, Word Clock, and Ethernet, the PCM92 complements any mixing console or integrates easily with a digital audio workstation. It supports 24-bit A/D-D/A conversion and 44.1 to 96 kHz sample rates.
The front panel keeps the most important parameters within reach on the high-resolution display for easy editing. To supplement front panel navigation for live applications, the PCM92 can be configured and fully controlled remotely through Harman HiQnet System Architect. The foot switch and controller inputs offer additional flexibility for live performers.
The PCM92 has a suggested retail price of $2,699 and is now available at authorized Lexicon dealers.