480L Reverb

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NAME: Lexicon 480L Digital Effects System

TYPE: Outboard/FX

MANUFACTURER: Lexicon

YEAR: 1986

DAY RATE: 110

WEEKLY RATE: 350

 

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NAME: Lexicon 480L Digital Effects System

TYPE: Outboard/FX

MANUFACTURER: Lexicon

YEAR: 1986

DAY RATE: 110

WEEKLY RATE: 350

 

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For over a decade, the 480L Digital Effects System has been the standard by which all other signal processors are measured. The 480L remains a clear product of choice among top producers for the most discerning clients

The most realistic reverb available and stunning effects that maintain the harmonic integrity of the incoming signal through to the output.

The 480L Digital Effects System embodies Lexicon’s relentless pursuit of the state-of-the-art. Top producers and engineers the world over rely upon its extensive sonic capabilities and processing power. Since its inception, the 480L has been used on more gold and platinum recordings, as well as top-grossing film soundtracks, than any other system of its kind. Moreover, Lexicon processing is used by over 80% of all record companies for mixing and mastering.

With resident software, the 480L has 21 Banks of 10 Presets each containing the widest variety available of premier quality algorithms,including the classic 480 Halls, and Rooms, Brick Wall, Silica Beads,and 40 Voice Effects (like the classic Vocal Whispers), Digital Compression, Stereo Adjust mastering, 3 second stereo or 6 second mono Sampler, Prime Time III, Mix Finish, Doppler and Pitch Effects, Plates, Random Halls, Rooms and Ambience (the smallest room size now extends down to 2 square meters).

Specifications

Inputs (Two) Levels – +6 to +28 dBm;
electronically balanced – +6 to +28 dBm;
unbalanced Impedance – 30 kilohms in parallel with 100 pF
Common Mode Rejection Ratio – >40 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Connectors – Female XLR Transformer
Audio Outputs – (Four) Levels +6 to +24 dBm
Minimum load impedance – 150 ohms
Impedance – 33 ohms
Common Mode Rejection Ratio – >35 dB, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Connectors – Male XLR Transformer
Frequency Response – 20 Hz to 20 kHz, +0.5 dB, -1 dB
Dynamic Range – 98 dB typical over temp. range, 22.4 kHz unweighted noise bandwidth Total HarmonicDistortion and Noise

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