Lexicon M300 Reverb Unit brochure

Lexicon M300 Reverb Unit brochure
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300 Digital Effects System
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exicon's 300 Digital Effects
System is one of the world's
most versatile digital effects
processors. The 300 gives you
breathtaking digital effects,
including delays and stereo pitch
shifting, and stunning reverb and
ambience. It's also the only
processor that combines time
code effect automation with
inputs and outputs in analog
as well as consumer or professional digital formats. The
300 is an excellent choice for
all types of music production, digital
mastering, or film and video post
production.
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useful for simulating large
environments like churches and
cathedrals, or even when long RT
times are required. For smaller
environments, the delay elements
To make your job easier, the
300 has an array of preset
effects - and it's easy to
add your own.
Time code effect
automation
Sensational sound
Lexicon has dedicated the last 20
years to perfecting the art and
science of sound. Topay our
reverberation, ambience and pitch
shifting algorithms are regarded as
the finest in the world.
The 300 takes these algorithms to
an even higher plane.
Reverberation elements are
randomized. This provides a lush
reverberation field that substantially
reduces coloration. It's extremely
incorporate unique gliding size
parameters that provide for smooth
transitions between environments.
And when you're working with any
analog or digital master, the 300's
Stereo Mastering algorithm allows
precision level, balance and
equalization.
can be enhanced to create unusual
spaces such as a room with
chorusing.
Ambience creates initial reflection
patterns without apparent
reverberation. The difference between ambience and reverberation
is dramatic. Ambience allows you to
quickly and precisely match a room
environment or create a new one.
Matching ADR tracks to production
dialogue has never been so easy.
Both reverberance and ambience
The 300's time code reader and
event list are essential tools for
changing effects in music or changing rooms and environments in post
production. Each entry in the event
list contains a time code value and a
set-up number. When the incoming
time code matches an entry in the
list, a set-up change is made.
In film and video post production,
the 300 automatically makes
changes in environment, room type
and even camera perspective. In
music production, you can
automatically change vocal effects
or the effect of an instrument on a
lead break.
Connectivity redefined
For system flexibility, the 300 accepts analog and digital signals in
the consumer SPDIF or professional
AES/EBU formats. You can even mix
analog and digital signals. The 300
outputs your choice of analog and
consumer SPDIF or professional
AES/EBU formats, regardless of the
input signal.
Whether the source is a CD player,
RDAT recorder, or open reel digital
deck - the 300 automatically identifies and locks on to the 'incoming
digital format
A to D and back again
Total MIDI control
The 300 allows you to send real time
parameter change messages more
easily than ever before and lets you
control multiple 300s as well. You
can select between system exclusive or non-registered MIDI
parameters, making the 300 compatible with almost any sequencer.
The 300 also incorporates Lexicon's
Dynamic MIDI®, which allows you to
control the 300's effects parameters
from any MIDI controller. That
means you can patch a modulation
wheel to reverberation time or data
entry to room size - or control five
of the 300's parameters from a pitch
wheel.
The combination of real timeautomation and Dynamic MIDI sets
a new standard for MIDI control of
digital effects.
A respected family
The 300 is a member of the Lexicon
family of digital effects processors.
They range from the economical
but powerful LXP-1 and LXP-5
series, to the LXP-15 and PCM 70,
and the world's most popular effects
system, the 480L They all share
Lexicon's dedication to producing
, the finest digital signal processing
products. The 300 carries on that
tradition.
The 300 lets you explore new options every time you use it. But the
only way to find but is to contact
your local dealer and experience
the power of Lexicon's 300 yourself.
The 300's advanced AID converters
utilize 64 times oversampling delta
sigma conversion, and eight times
oversampling is used in the D/A
converters. The result is sonic
transparency without the artifacts
normally encountered in conversion. The converters are so accurate
their outputs can be used as a
system reference.
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The 300 combines analog and
digital inputs and outputs, and
time code capability with
breathtaking Lexicon Sound.
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300 Specifications
Audio Input and AID Conversion
Digital Audio Interfaces
Input Channels
AES/EB.U
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professional
digital
audio interface
Balanced female XLR digital input; Balanced
male XLR digital output. Conforms to both the
AES ANSI S4.40-1985 spec and the EBU doc
tech 3250. Both input and output are
transformer-coupled.
Input/output levels and
impedance comply with the CCITT V.11
EIA-422A specification.
EIAJ CP-340/SPDIF
consumer digital
audio interface
Unbalanced coaxial "RCA" type digital input
and output; S/PDIF compatible. Optical (fiber
optic) type digital input and output.
Sample Frequency
Master: 48kHz. ± 5Hz
44.1 kHz ± 5Hz
Slave: 42 kHz to 50kHz
32kHz±5%
(2)
Balanced XLR, pin 2 "high"
Input Impedance
50kQ, unbalanced,:
Full Scale Input
Level
Gain switch in OdB position: +2dBu minimum;
+20dBu maximum
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Gain switch in +16dB position: -14dBu
minimum; +4dBu maximum
Common
Rejection
DC to 2kHz: 60dB minimum;
40dB minimum
Mode
Frequency
Response
100kQ, balanced
2kHz to 20kHz:
48kHz sample rate: 10Hz to 21.5kHz,
44.1kHz sample rate: 10Hz to 20kHz,
32kHz sample rate: 10Hz to 14.5kHz,
Phase Linearity
± 5 degrees, 10Hz to 20kHz
Crosstalk
80dB maximum,
Total Harmonic
Distortion
0.01% maximum,
SMPTE
Intermodulation
Distortion
0.01% maximum
Signal-To-Noise
Ratio
90dB minimum
Gain Control
20dB in 0.1dB increments
0.2dB
0.2dB
0.2dB
10Hz t020kHz
10Hz to 20kHz
Control Interfaces
DIA Conversion and Analog Output
Output
Channels
Output
Impedance
Time Code Input
Balanced female XLR, EIA-422 input, 100mVp-p
minimum. Formats supported:
Speed Range
SMPTE
0.75 to 1.18
(Drop or
Non-drop)
EBU
0.80 to 1.33
Film
0.82 to 1.33
MIDI Interface
5-pin DIN connectors provided for MIDI IN,
MIDI OUT, and MIDI THRU
(2) Balanced XLR, pin 2 "high"
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General
Full Scale
Output Level
-2dBm
to + 18dBm
Dimensions
Frequency
Response
48kHz sample rate: 10Hz to 21.5kHz, ± 0.2dB
44.1kHz sample rate: 10Hz to 20Hz, ± 0.2dB
32kHz sample rate: 10Hz to 14.5kHz, ± O.gdB
19"W x 3.5"H x 13.6"0 (483 x 89 x 346mm)
19" rack mount standard, 2U high
Weight
Net weight: 18.9 Ibs (8.6 kg)
Shipping weight: 24.5 Ibs (11.1 kg)
Power
Requirements
100/120/220/240 VAC (-10%,
3-pin IEC power connector
Power Consumption
40VA maximum
Environment
Operating Temp.: 32° to 95°F. (0° to 35°C)
Storage Temp.:-22°
to 167°F (-30° to 75°C)
Humidity: 95% max without condensation
Front Panel Display
Two lines of 20 alphanumeric characters each
Front Panel Controls
Level; 8 soft buttons for selection and
adjustment of parameters.
Soft Knob; Numeric Keypad for data entry
Edit Keypad; Bypass A and B;
Power Switch
Phase Linearity
± 5 degrees, 10Hz to 20kHz
Crosstalk
90dB maximum,
Total Harmonic
Distortion
0.01% maximum,
SMPTE
Intermodulation
Distortion
0.01% maximum
10Hz to 20kHz
10Hz to 20kHz
Signal-To- Noise
Ratio
96dB minimum
Gain Control
20dB in 0.1dB increments
Unless otherwise specified. specifications
presume 48kHz sample
Gain switch at OdB. and Gain Control at unity (OdB)
rate. Emphasis
off.
Presets
Large Hall
Wide Chamber
Small Chamber
Brick Echoes
Small Hall
Large Space
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Gothic Hall
Medium Space
Space:l" Echoes
Small Space
Lucky 13
Large Church
Fatty Space
Deep Well
Small. Church
Chunky
Medium
Large Room
Light Plate
Medium
Medium
Semi Plate
Small Room
Large Chamber
Room
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Meeting
Medium
Ambience
Room Too
Going South
Small Ambience
Full Closet
Going North
Very Small Ambience
Podium
One Frame
Heavy Ambience
Floating Ambience
Two Frames
Bright Ambience
Predelay Ambience
Canyon
& Fat
Huge Ambience
Ambience
Phone EO'
Stopp
Big Ambience
Announcer
Random
Wave O'Walis
Smooth Ambience
Pole Flange
Ambience
Home Plate
Very Large Ambience
Nice Space
Vocal Chorus
Stereo Pitch Shift
Thin Lizzy
Large Ambience
Meeting
Octave Down
Level/Delay
Room
Wave
Echoes
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Specifications subject to change without notice.
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Lexicon Inc. 100 Seaver St. Waltham, MA 02154-8425
(617) 736-0300 FAX: (617) 891-0340
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