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Re: Lexicon PCM 70 (1985) digital effects processor
« Reply #1 on: June 25, 2017, 09:00:44 AM »
http://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/total-creative-control/2555

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LEXICON PCM70


- Mono input, stereo output
- MIDI In, Out, Thru

- 33.5kHz, 16-bit linear PCM sampling
- Frequency response:
20Hz to 15kHz (effect)
20Hz to 20kHz (direct)

- Dynamic range of processed signal: 80dB

- Audio input, switchable:
+4dB balanced, 40 kOhm
-20dB, unbalanced, 500 kOhm, via ¼" stereo jack socket

- Audio outputs, switchable:
+4dB, balanced;
-20dB, unbalanced via two ¼" stereo jack sockets.

Footswitch controls: bypass, remote Register select (increments Register preset)