Buy Lexicon Reverb, Get Money back

Lexicon offers mail-in rebate with purchase of MX200      17/05/13
Buy Lexicon Reverb, Get Money back


Lexicon has announced it is offering a mail-in rebate program for its MX200 Stereo Reverb/Effects Processor with USB "Hardware Plug-In" Capability. Customers who purchase the MX200 from a participating Lexicon dealer can receive a $75 rebate from Lexicon. The program is in effect from now through June 30, 2013.

Noel Larson, Market Manager, Portable PA, Tour, Recording at HARMAN Signal Processing, told us, "The MX200 already delivers remarkable performance for its price, and our mail-in rebate offers customers a chance to purchase an MX200 at an exceptional value. The MX200 is ideal for enhancing the sound of a live mix or making a recording sound like a finished professional production."


Here's how Lexicon describes the MX200:


Designed for both live sound and recording, combined with raw processing power and instant front-panel access for live performance, or seeking rich, smooth and complex processing algorithms in the studio, Lexicon brings the best of both worlds together in the MX200 Dual Reverb/Effects Processor.

The MX200 features the deep, rich reverb and effects algorithms that built the Lexicon legend, and adds increased versatility with specialty effects and dbx dynamics. Each of the 32 stunning reverbs and effects – and their parameters – are all instantly accessible within a single button push or knob turn on the intelligently designed front panel without wading through bank after bank of tedious menus.

Availability:

From now through June 30, 2013


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