LEXICON DIGITAL EFFECTS PROCESSOR
Level: -20dBu minimum (OdBu=0.775Vrms)
Impedance: 50k Ohm unbalanced stereo
25k Ohm unbalanced mono
Connections 1/4" jacks
Level: +4dBu nominal, +18dBu maximum
Impedance: 600 Ohm unbalanced
Connections: 1/4" jacks
Frequency Wet: 20Hz-15kHz 11.0dB
Response Dry: 20Hz-20kHz 10.5dB
Dynamic Range 85dB (typical), 20Hz-20kHz
Total Harmonic Wet: 0.07% 1kHz
Distortion Dry: 0.05% 1 kHz
Encoding 16-bit linear PCM
Memory 16 permanent presets
128 user programmable registers
MIDI IN, MIDI THRU/OUT internally selectable
Footswitch Bypass, 1/4" jack
RFI Shielding Complies with FCC requirements for Class A computer
Power Requirement 9VAC, 1A from external transformer
Dimensions 216 x 43 x 203mm
(8.5"W x 1.7"H x 8"D)
3.5 lbs (1.6 Kg)
Shipping weight: 5.7 lbs (2.3 Kg)
Lexicon price list
We have replacement 230V UK power supplies available for this unit for
Or 120V USA
power supplies @ £23.50
The LXP-1 is one of Lexicon's most cost-effective digital effects processors with a
distinct personality and magnificent sound. The LXP-1 fills a half single rack space with
a spectacular array of sonic capabilities and tremendous MIDI effects control.
Lexicon was the first company to bring digital audio technology to
musicians, engineers, and producers more than 20 years ago. Since then, we have developed
a world-wide reputation for excellence in digital audio technology. It's called the
Lexicon Sound, and today it is recognized as the best in the world. You'll find the
Lexicon Sound in abundance in the LXP-1.
The front panel of the LXP-1 does not reveal its sophisticated nature. From this simple
array of controls you have access to 16 different effects programs, each with two variable
parameters for a total of 256 variations per effect.
Ten of the programs are blends of reverberation and delay, and six provide effects
combinations, including reverse and gated reverb, flanging, chromatic resonance, multi-tap
delay, and a mixture of delay and chorusing. The LXP-1 provides more than 4,000 different
effects, all available from three simple controls, without the need for MIDI.
By adding any MIDI control device such as a keyboard or sequencer, the LXP-1 gives you two
more ways to control its effects. First, you can store and access your custom sounds in
128 non-volatile memories by associating them with a MIDI Program Change command.
What's more, you can exploit Lexicon's Dynamic MIDI, which lets you modulate processing
parameters in real time by patching them to MIDI controls such as Note Number, Modulation
Wheel, and Pitch Bender.
Even more control is available with MIDI System Exclusive (SysEx) messages and Lexicon's
MRC MIDI Remote Controller or a personal computer and software. SysEx transforms the LXP-1
into a powerhouse that lets you create thousands of variations of each type of effect. In
addition, SysEx lets you access up to six additional program parameters in the LXP-1 that
are not available from the front panel.