Preview | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1986
Put two Lexicon 224Xs in one box, add a sprinkling of new features, and you have the reverb-based effects unit to beat them all. Paul Wiffen has the advance details.
Review | Music Technology, Dec 1988
and MRC MIDI Remote Control
The 'Lexicon sound" for a less than Lexicon price? Matt Isaacson checks out a state-of-the-art reverb unit intended to help make Lexicon a household name.
Review | Music Technology, Jan 1990
Their LXP1 brought luxury reverb within reach of home studios, now Lexicon's LXP5 offers a variety of new effects to the studio on a budget. Robert Rich reads the lexicon of fx.
Review | Music Technology, Jun 1993
MIDI FX Controller
Programming Lexicon FX units has never been easier, thanks to this upgraded version of their remote control. And what do you know? Nicholas Rowland, not Top Cat, is the most effectual. Lexicon’s LXP-5 FX module gets the one-over too
Review | Recording Musician, May 1993
Lexicon Alex Digital Effects
How much did you say that new Lexicon will set me back? Unprecedented low price for a most excellent name!
Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1989
Lexicon LXP5 Multi-Effects Processor
Following the release of their acclaimed 'budget' LXP1 reverb, Lexicon have extended their presence in the affordable digital effects market with the LXP5 multi-effects unit. Dave Lockwood feels the quality.
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Nov 1984
Review | Sound On Sound, Oct 1988
There can be few effects devices around as prestigious and as desirable as those made by Lexicon. Now, with the release of the LXP1 16-bit processor, the classic Lexicon sound becomes truly affordable. David Hughes tastes the quality...
Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Dec 1984
...Reverbs. An across-the-range selection put through their paces, demonstrating both conventional and creative uses...
Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1987
Launched over two years ago, the PCM70 digital effects processor is still at the forefront of technology thanks to Lexicon's foresight in making it software updatable and MIDI controllable in every conceivable way. Mark Badger checks it out.