TC Electronic Tempts Lexicon Reverb Users

$5,000 Lexicon 960L Crossgrade Campaign initiated      28/10/13

TC Electronic Tempts Lexicon Reverb Users


Buying Choices

TC Electronic says that there may be 50 ways to leave your Lexicon, but now there is one that is better than all the rest as they introduce a new crossgrade scheme. Here's their press releasee with the details...

TC Electronic and Lexicon followed the same path for a number of years. Since the early days of digital effects, studios in need of high-quality reverb would go for either a TC M5000 or a Lexicon 300L, 480L or a few years later, a TC System 6000 or a Lexicon 960L.

While Lexicon discontinued 960L, TC Electronic continued to develop its System 6000 platform, turning it into far more than 'just' a reverb unit. Today, it offers no less than 42 pristine algorithms, covering reverb, dynamics processing, EQ, delay, chorus, phaser, loudness metering, digital summing, upconversion from stereo to 5.1, noise reduction, automatic loudness control, downmix from 5.1 to stereo and more. In other words, the system is a complete solution that can be tailored to meet any need within audio production and mastering.

Now TC Electronic offers all 300L, 480L and 960L owners a chance to crossgrade to a brand new System 6000 MKII at a $5,000 / €4,000 discount. System 6000 MKII comes in 4 variants that share the same hardware platform, but the included tools are selected with specific applications in mind: Music Production, Film Production, Mastering and Broadcast Production.

To take advantage of this crossgrade offer, which runs from 25 October 2013 to 31 December 2013, 300L, 480L and 960L owners simply have to send in their units to TC Electronic in Denmark or TC Group Americas in Kitchener, Canada to claim the rebate of a new System 6000 MKII. The first step is to get in touch with the local sales representative.


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