The PCM60 was one of the first professional quality digital reverb devices, it is a mono in / stereo out device using 1/4" jack sockets.
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The Lexicon PCM 60 Digital Reverberator is a high-performance, low-cost digital reverb designed to be used with a wide range of instruments, stage equipment, and studio mixers. It incorporates the most advanced digital audio processing circuitry available lor clean sound and extremely high-quallty reverberation.
The Lexicon PCM 60’s controls are easy to use, offering flexible operation and a logical layout. Front-panel LEDs light to indicate selected functions, and a five-segment headroom indicator has been included for precise input level monitoring.
The Lexicon PCM 60 features two main reverb progrAMS: Room and Plate. From these two programs, you can tailor reverberation characteristics on the basis of size, reverb time, and bass and treble contouring, producing a wide variety of distinct reverberation effects. Rotary knobs are used to set input gain, reverb mix, and output level. A Bypass mode switch with optional foot pedal control is included; the unit is automatically placed in Bypass mode when switched off.
For compatibility with the widest range or peripheral audio equipment, the Lexicon PCM 60 has a balanced/unbalanced audio input (mono in), two unbalanced (single-ended) audio outputs (stereo out), and an effects loop – all using standard 1/4in, phone jacks. Input and output sensitivity select push-buttons on the rear panel can be set for high or low-level inputs and high or low-level outputs.
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