Lexicon 300

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Lexicon 300
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Sinceits introduction'the Lexicon Model 300 Digital
finest
EffectsSystemhasbeenacclaimedasone of the
and
single
in the world. It offersa choiceof
processors
differof
myriad
durl *r.hi.r. configurationsofferinga
needs'
ent effectsposibilitiesthat satisfta widerangeof
effects
powerful
and
The 300 irone of the mostversatile
availableat anYPrice'
systems
The 300 offersextensiveanalogand digitalinterVith both AES and S/PDIFdigital
facingcapabilrties.
a wide rangeof digital recording
with
I/O. it interfaces
remainsin the digitaldomain
signal
the
ensuring
systems,
throughoutthe signal path. \frth its multi-machine
dig'
^..hit..tur., the 300 alsoallowsboth the analogand
post'production
In
ital inputsto be usedsimultaneously'
for its
facilitres,the 300 is also the systemof choice
automation'
effects
extensiveMIDI- andtimecode-based
SINGLE
AND
SPLIT
3 3 3 3
SETUPS
'Setr.rps'
run two proprietaryLexiconDSPengines
Single
programis
in a singleuniGedstereoconfiguration'One
simultaneinputs
dignal
and
analog
hoth
with
loaded,
lnput levtogether'
mixed
be
to
able
and
available
ously
recalled'
later
and
automated,
stored,
be
pans
can
and
els
allowsfor
The 300'smultiplemachinearchitecture
Dual Mono
two clifferenttypesof Split configurations:
paralDualMonocreatestwo independent
anclCascade.
pans'
input
to
lel DSP machines,eachbeingdedicated
inputs
analog
both
send
to
Additionalroutingis possible
Dual
to machineA andboth digitalinputsto machineB'
in
either
are
which
points
patch
Monosetupsalsooffers
'pre'or 'post'processor
location'
of split configurationis the
type
The secontl
the two DSP enginesare
mode,
this
ln
mode.
Cascade
( :lx.T,
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Each
machine B back to the input of Machine A'
patch
machinehas independentmix controls Cascade
'PostA (PreB)'or
A',
either'Pre
pointsincludelocations
'PostB'.
NEllv
SYSTEM
CREATIVE
CHOICES
The effectsalgorithmsfor the 100 aredividedinto two
SingleEffectsand Split Effects'Single
main categories:
effects algorithms include: Random HaIL, Random
PitchShift,SrcreoAdjustlDelayand Rich
Ambierce,stereo
Plate.
SINGLE
EFFECTS
Our most recentresearchinto the physicsof classical
acousticsis embodiedin the Random Hall algorithm'
of real hallshavedispelledthe myth of
Our echograms
thereis
pre-delayand earlyreflectionsln actualspaces'
and
anival
sound's
no.rnpry intervalbetweenthe direct
reflec'
early
by
in
fllled
maximumreverbdensity,to be
and
with diffuse
buildsgradually,
ambience
tions.lnstead,
of
the
timbre
the
color
not
do
which
complexreflections
soundthe waythat fixeddelaytapsdo'
andSpeadparaRandomHalli uniqueSize,Shape
of the ambient
decay
and
buildup
the
control
meters
envelope.Site determineshow largethe environment
controlsthe contourof the ambientbuild:
will be.Shape
for
envelope
an inverse
it provides
at itshighestsettings,
Shape
of
controlsthe duration
effectsand gating.Spread
- the ambientenvelope- settingthe buildupandsustain'
RandomHall includesprecisionfiltersfor specnal
time, and its uniqueSpinand
control of reverberation
movementto the entire
random
add
Wanderparameters
decay'
reverberant
smooth
silky
algorithminsuring
for the
specifically
Ambience
Random
We created
match'
accurate
lt
enables
environment
post-production
enablingnewele'
ambience,
irrgof, pr.uiourly-recorded
realistically'You
and
seamlessly
in
blended
be
,o
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or evenmusicalinstrudialogue,
canplacesoun,leffects,
panmentsand recordedmusic,at differentdepthsand
ningwithinthe'sPace'.
Using timecodeautomation'dynamicmovement
Most
within the spaceiseasyto create,with repeatabiliry'
operate'
to
fast
importantly,it is simpleand
a new
Ambienceprovides
applications,
Formusical
tlynamic for roorn siurulation. With rccortlings maele
generate(lLFO allxls effcctssuchas'over the top' flangcs
t t i i l l Hf l ( F C l ) - s n , t qt.tlt i r r , ' f l t , r t t c, .r \, c n . , r t i , ,,r')l r r r t i l , ' r r r r
alld ilut()pannir-rg
effectsto bc createcl.
rleplfi n1r.1
blendingof instrumentscan l.e achieve.l.
Chamber is a nerr Lcxicor-rreverbalgoritl-rmu,ith a
The StereoAdjust prognunis l nlo-chrunel cligital
u'itle rangc of rtljustalrlc p:lralneters.ldeally suited ftrr
mixer that provitlcsl-righ-pecisionlevcl, stcrc,rl.alancc,
vocals,it poviJes a vrrtually Ferfectrecrc:rtionof tra.li-
and shclving equalizationcol)tr()l in the Jigital .ltxlain.
tion,rl reverbchanr[.ers.
Also inclLriletlurc unitpe c(ntr()ls like Rorcrirniirr l.inau-
Mono Pitch Shift lcrrtLrres
a 1rc<lclnrline tectling
thc p11ghshificr uith a teeJhackltx4. l.ack into the pred e l , r 1T, h c r a n g eo f f i t c h s h i l t i s + I , - 2 o c r a v c s .
ral panning, SfarinlE4urrlilririorthrrt crur ,rtl.lor suhtract
stcrco witlth, I)C (|/ser Nrlling, unJ a Shrflr Brrosrfor
btn:turalrecording.Stert,r ,{.ljurt lls,r cnal.lesM/5 dccoding ir-rthe digital tLnrlin.
This algorrth:r irls(riucofp()ratcsil .\tdt?ocleiallinc
capahility of Lrp1,1hvt sectrntlsmaxiuruur,with singlcsamplc line atljustrncnt,urJ il.e.l-
A mtilitlctl versionof thr tirll Sterto,{djusrf r()glun,
Small Stereo Adjust crrn l.c Lrsetiin thc split mrxlcs ir.r
conlru.rctionu ith iul of the othcr split algorithms.
Thc Compressor fk)griur is Jcsir.:netl
tirr .ligitirl
nltstrt'in1l, imtl f rtrvitles alr
back capal.ility.
incrcuscin girin l.eLxvthc thrcsl-r-
T h t ' 1 0 0 : r l s oi n c l r r t l eus r r u e
, r l J u h r l r m a i n t a i n i n gt r n i t yp c a k
stereo Pitch Shift u'irh nrLrsical
lhtrvc the thlcsholJ. This meiurs
intL'rvaln()tati()n,rlelrrr';urJ icc.l-
t l t , ' t1 r ' , r ll il l l , r l l l l , t f i \(ni l t )r r t n i l i l l
l.itck tttt cach voice,;urJ i\1ll)l
Lurirltcrc.lu,hilc ovcrall loutlncss
notc lni\rping. Thc rrrngr of Iitclr
s h i f t o n c a c h \ ' o i c c i s t \ \ ' o( ) c t i r \ r s
is incrcir:ctl.
rL\vn t0 ()ltc octilVcuf.
acoustically Optimized Noise
Thc ncu, PONS (Psycho-
T I r , 'R . i c hP l i t t c , r l , : , ' r r r l r .r r r
Shaping)algrrrithnris tlesigncrlnr
J c s i g n c Jt o s i m L r l i r t lc. l i r t c r c v e r luchicvt
optimal tlynamic riurge
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'7tr.
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antl
T y p i c a l l r 'l,. l i r t t ' r r r r h r i s h t i r n J i r i s h l vJ i f f i r s c ( 1 ,
l 8 - b i t a u J i r rt o l l 6 - h i t m c J i ( u n ,i m p r 1 1 1 , irl h
1 cg s i g n a l - n r r v i t l - rc h a n t c t c r i s t i c i r l lct , r l , , r t ' . lr r v r r b i : L l f i o r rc ( ) n t c l t t .
noisc rrrtioof l(r-l.it rccortlingsby Lrpto 6 JB.
Two stcrcoplc-Lchocs
cir:r1.,:usL'(lt() crelltesoti..liiiirsrJ,rr
SAFEGUARDING YoUR INVESTMENT
hurtl,non-.liffirsetlretlections.A rhirJ stercoprc-cchocirn
The .llr0 offt,rsir host of lcaturcsiurtl cffcctsthat set thc
l.c roLrtetllr:rckto rhe ir.rfrrt,'rlloun" intle|gnls1l11r'c11-
stun.lartl tirr p11rf1'55116111
Jigital effects proccssing.Of
cLtl;ttingrcl.r,rcssepllt'lltcfr()nl thc rcvclh.
SPLIT EFFECTS
c()ursc!fart of thr natrrrcoffrofessionalarrdiois continrrrulit.utovutionirntl gro*'th. lVith this in niind, thc 300
ln thc Splir Efcls, thc rrvrilul.lc irlst,rithnrsure l)url
digital cffccts systcntl-rasthc lrcnclit of being softrvare
I)cirrs, Chamhcr, Mono l)rrch Shrli, Oornprcssr;r',
.\rnall
'split'cfft'cts
SrcrcoAcljusr,tnti I)ON.S.Any of thr
can bc
rupgraticablc.
As rve invcnt ncw s()unrlsantl fcaturcsfirr
r u r t i n ei t h c r M a c h r n cA , ] \ , l i r c h i nB
c , or l.trth.
machir-rc.
Thc Dual Delay llgorithm inclLr.les
multiplc srcreo
dcLry lines with intlcperrclenr.liffirs,rrs.Arr intcrnally
thc 300, v,ru'llhc ablc to take atlvantirgeof thcm in your
Thc 300 is onc of vcry few tleviccshere t,r,laytl-r.rt
rvill retuin its virluet()norrow.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Total Harmonic Distoftion:
tntemodutation Distortion:
Dynamic Range:
Audio Input and A/D Conversion
lnput Channels (2):
Balanced
X L R ,p i n 2 h i g h
lnput lmpedance:
5 O k Qu n b a l ;1 0 0 k Qb a l a n c e d
Full Scale lnput Level
+ 2 d B um i n , + 2 0 d B um a x
Gain switch in )dB position:
Gain switchin +15d8 positionl - 1 4 d B u m i n , + 4 d B um a x
Common Mode Rejedion
DC to 2kHz:
6 0 d Bm i n i m u m
4 0 d Bm i n i m u m
2kHz to 20kHz:
Frequency Response
48kHzSamplingRate:
44.1kHzSamplingRate:
Phase Linearity:
Detay (Fr eque ncy lnde p ende nt)
From Analog ln to Digital Out:
Crosstalk:
Signat to Noise Ratior
Total Harmonic Distorlion:
I nte rm o d ul ati o n Disto rli on:
Dynamic Range:
Pre-emphasis:
Gain Control:
Digital Audio Interfaces
AES/EBU Professional Digital Audio Intefiace
BalancedfemaleXLRdigital input; balancedmale XLRdigital output
Conformsto both the AESANS/ 54.40-1985specand the EBUdoc
tech 3250. Both input and output are transformer-coupled.
lnpuvOutput levelsand impedancecomply with CCITTV.11 EIA422A specification.
EIAJ CP-34O/SPDIF Consumer Digital Audio lnterface
UnbalancedcoaxialRCA-typedigital input and output; SPDIFcompatible Optical (fiberoptic) type digital input and output.
Sample Frequencyr
Master:
48kHzt5Hz; 44.1kHzx SHz
4 2 k H zt o 5 0 k H z ;
Siave:
1O H zt o 2 1. S k H zt,0 . 2 d B
l O H zt o 2 0 H z ,t 0 . 2 d B
t 5 D e g r e e sl,O k H zt o 2 0 k H z
0.75ms
- 8 0 d 8 m a x i m u m1, O H zt o 2 0 k H z
9 0 d Bm i n i m u mA
, -weighted
'10H2
0 . 0 1 %m a x i m u m ,
to 2OkHz
0 . 0 1 %m a x i m u m( S M P T E )
y u d bm r n r m u m
Control Interfaces
fime Code lnput:
15 p s( t O . 9 p sa) n d 5 0 p s( t 3 p s )
2 0 d B i n O . 1 d Bi n c r e m e n t s
lntermodulation Distortion:
Dynamic Range:
De-emphasis:
Balanced
f e m a l eX L R ,E I A - 4 2 2
i n p u t ,1 O O m V
p-p minimum.
Speed Range
0 . 7 5t o 1 . 1 8
0 . 8 0t o 1 . 3 3
0 . 8 2t o 1 . 3 3
FormatsSupported
SMPTE
EBU
D/A Conversion and Analog Out
Balanced
X L R ,p i n 2 h i g h
Output Channets (2):
75f)
Output lmpedance:
- 2 d B ut o + 1 8 d B u
Full Scale Output Level:
Frequency Response
48kHz Sampling Rate:
44.1kHzSamplingRate:
Phase Linearityr:
Delay (Fre que ncy lnde p ende nt)
From Digitalln to Analog Out:
Crosstalk:
Signat to Noise Ratio:
Total Harmonic Distottion:
0.01% maximum, lOHz Io 2OkHz
0.01% maximum
90dB minimum
I-tlm
MlDl lntefiace:
5-pin DIN connectorsprovidedfor
M l D l I n ,M l D lO u t a n d M l D lT h r u .
General
Dimensions:
1O H zt o 2 1. S k H za, 0 . 2 d B
1 0 H zt o 2 0 H z ,t 0 . 2 d B
t 5 D e g r e e s1, O k H tzo 2 0 k H z
1.8ms
- 9 0 d B m a x i m u m1, O H zt o 2 0 k H z
10 0 d B m i n i m u mA
, -weighted
0.01%maximum,1OHzto 20kHz
0.01olomaximum SMPTE)
9 0 d Bm i n i m u m
1 5 p s( t 0 . 9 p s )a n d 5 0 p s( t 3 p s )
2 0 d Bi n 0 . 1 d 8 i n c r e m e n t s
Gain Control:
Unlessothemise indicated, specificationspresume 48kHz sample
rate, Emphasisoff, Gain switch and Gain Control at unity ()dB)
Net weightt
Shipping Weight:
Power Requirements:
1 9 . 0 Wx 3 . 5 Hx 1 3 . 6 Di n
(483x 89 x 346 mm)
1 9 j nr a c km o u n ts t a n d a r d2, U h i g h
1 8 . 9l b s ( 8 . 6k g )
2 4 . 5 l b s ,( 11. 1 k g )
100/120/220/240VAC (-10, +5%)
Power Consumption:
50-60 Hz, 3-pin IECconnector
75 VA maximum
Environment
Operating Temperature:
Storcge Temperature:
32"to 95'F (0'to 35'C)
-22" ro 167"F(-30'to 75'C)
Humidity:
Safety Approvals:
Analog Input to Analog Output
FrequencyResponse;
10Hzto 21.5kH2,t0.2dB
-80d8 maximum,10Hzto 20kHz
Crosstalk:
Signal to Noise Ratio:
90dB minimum, A-weighted
95o/omax without condensation
CLA Approval
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