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Chip Roberts

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Lexicon LXP1/LXP5
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I have a half-rack space left and I have always been curious about these units.  Anyone have any experience with either the LXP1 or LXP5?  I've consulted the manuals for both to learn more about their functionality, but it was like reading the operations manual for a space shuttle.
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Re: Lexicon LXP1/LXP5
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I had heard they are fairly complex units, IIRC MJMP has some experience with them  :dunno:
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Re: Lexicon LXP1/LXP5
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Mmmm no not really, I have a lexicon MPX1, not a LXP1  ;D

But from what I can see they don't "look" difficult, but I can be wrong  :facepalm:
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