Lexicon 224X Digital Reverberator w/ Hard Case & LARC Remote Control (FOR PARTS)

SKU: BC1122-421



FOR PARTS. Not fully tested. Static/no audio. 2 broken faders on LARC. Removed From Working Corporate Environment. Refer to Images.

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Description Description:

The Lexicon 224X is an advanced two-in, four-out, all-electronic digital reverberation system. Its clean, natural-sounding reverberation is the result of blending digital audio hardware and software disciplines. Lexicon supports ongoing software development, as well as hardware options for the 224X. Program updates or additions are supplied as user-installable read-only memory (ROM) integrated circuits. With the Lexicon Alphanumeric Remote Console (LARC), a user can precisely and easily control the character of reverberant sound. The LARC simplifies day-to-day operation for both new and experienced users of the Lexicon 224X and offers a tape storage capability. A user can quickly access reverberation or effects programs, modify the parameters of those programs, and store the modifications in 36 non-volatile memory registers or on audio tape for future use. The Lexicon 224X is completely modular. Every subassembly in the mainframe can be unplugged and removed for service or exchange. The unit is designed to provide continuous operation with an absolute minimum of maintenance.

Dimensions: 16″ x 19″ x 8″
Weight: 35 lbs

Features Features:
  • Register storage: 36 nonvolatile registers divided into 10 user -labeled banks with one to 10 registers per bank.
  • Reverberation time: Adjustable in two bands from approximately 0.2 to 70 seconds (program-dependent).
  • Additional controls: Four mode- select buttons (BANK, PROG, VAR, REG) used with 10 numeric -select buttons (1 to zero); tape storage and register control buttons (TAPE, STO); a page- select button (PAGE); three auxiliary control buttons (MUTE, PARAM, 2nd F); six sliders for control of up to 42 parameters per program, with associated display -select buttons.
  • LARC display: Two lines of 12 alphanumeric LEDs for interactive menu- driven display; additional line of 24 alphanumeric LEDs (six groups of four for each slider); dual 16- position LED headroom indicator (calibrated -24 to +12 dBm plus overload).
  • Mainframe controls: Power and indicator light; system reset; left and right input level adjustments; A, B, C, D output level adjustments.
  • Frequency response: 20 Hz to 15 kHz, 1.1.5 dB; 20 Hz to 12 kHz, ±0.5 dB.
  • Dynamic range: Reuerberant mode: 84 dB typical, 81 dB minimum relative to reference level; 20 Hz to 20 kHz noise bandwidth for all reverb times from zero to 10 seconds. Nonreuerberant mode: 90 dB typical, 86 dB minimum; 20 Hz to 20 kHz noise bandwidth.
  • Total Harmonic Distortion (THD and noise): 0.04% typical, 0.07% maximum at refer- ence level for all reverberation times between zero and 35 seconds.
  • lnterchannel Crosstalk: -55 dB at 1 kHz.
  • Inputs: Two, balanced and transformer isolated; impedance: 20 kohm; maximum level adjustable: +8 to +18 dBm.
  • Outputs: Four, balanced and transformer isolated; impedance: 90 ohm; maximum level adjustable: +8 to +18 dBm; power -on muting.
  • Power: Mainframe: nominal is 100, 120, 220, 240 VAC ( -10%, +5 %) switch -selectable; 50 to 60 Hz; 150 watts. LARC: normally powered through 224X mainframe; miniature jack accepts optional remote power supply for distances greater than 100 ft -10 to 20 VDC or 10 to 20 VAC, 6.25 watts.
  • Diagnostic programs: Control and display via LARC; automatic at power -up or reset.
In The Box
  • Lexicon 224XL Digital Reverberator
  • LARC Remote Control
  • AC Power Cord
  • Hard Case

Product Specifications:

  • Dimensions: 16 × 19 × 8 in
  • Weight: 35 lbs