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spectralab writes:
Lexicon's flagship for a while in the early 80's, this is a basic, no-frills, meat&potatoes reverb box. No fancy multi-FX here, just reverb and lots of it. It's dead simple to use, with 13 front-panel push buttons and three knobs.

2 push buttons select between "room" and "plate" reverbs. 4 more buttons select reverb time, from "short" to "long". 4 more buttons select size, from "small" to "large". 2 more buttons on the far right add bass and treble emphasis, either together or seperately. A bypass button rounds out the push-buttons. The three knobs include In level, Dry/Wet Mix and Out Level. There are also switches on the rear to select -20 or +4 operation for the input and outputs (seperate for each, which is handy).

This is a handy unit to have around when you want a box that's dedicated to just doing reverb - no muss, no fuss and quick to set up.

What does it sound like? Classic Lexicon reverb!

Good Points
Dead easy to use - completely idiot proof. Good ol', big-ass Lexicon verb!
Bad Points
The color/character of the unit has a definite time-stamp on it - that time being the 80's. Also, apparently parts are no longer available from Lexicon, so if it goes dead, it won't be so easy to fix.
 

 Lexicon PCM-60 Specifications:

Digital IOs:
n/a
Analog IOs:
1 in, 2 out
Midi IOs:
n/a
Other IOs:
insert FX send/return, bypass jack
Maximum Resolution:?
EQ:
"Bass" and "Treble" emphasis
Dynamics:
n/a
FX:
reverb, reverb, reverb and... reverb
Software supported:
?
Upgrades/Extras:
?

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