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Non ADA Gear => Rack Gear => Topic started by: Peter H. Boer on November 21, 2013, 11:51:40 PM

Title: Troubles with my Lexicon Reflex
Post by: Peter H. Boer on November 21, 2013, 11:51:40 PM
Hey guys,

Anyone with some technical knowledge of the Lexicon Reflex?

Mine started to make small crackling noises from time to time.
The crackling does get a nice reverb tail though, so i gather it starts before the effect processing  :???:

Peter
Title: Re: Troubles with my Lexicon Reflex
Post by: AxeHarmony on December 09, 2013, 05:15:55 PM
good quality contact cleaner dude(anything not permanently soldered like jacks, switches, pots, connectors, remember those line in/outs as sometimes the signal passes thru until you plug in to one so that internal switch contact must be clean too - be thorough and then it may be a real problem if that doesn't fix...
Title: Re: Troubles with my Lexicon Reflex
Post by: Sparker on January 26, 2014, 12:56:14 PM
I had one of these which developed an intermittent rumbling sound, like you would wiggle a jack plug on the input and it made a slight noise that went through the unit, but without actually having to wiggle the jack! Some folks said it was due to the SRAM chips deteriorating, but I changed those and the problem still persisted (I think it used similar/same SRAM chips as the Alesis Quadraverb, which I also had at the time). Anyway, after hours/weeks of probing and prodding I never got to the bottom of it so sold it on as spares. I have the schematics you need them.
Title: Re: Troubles with my Lexicon Reflex
Post by: MarshallJMP on January 26, 2014, 07:01:54 PM
Could also be some cracked solderjoints.