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PCM42 settings
Old 15th October 2009
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PCM42 settings

Just got a used PCM42 and am trying to dial in settings that don't sound out of phase. I tried the various inverse buttons, delay times, but I really am not sure if I'm understanding what I'm doing. Any suggestions from users out there? Thanks for any help.
Old 15th October 2009
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Originally Posted by thebo ➡️
Just got a used PCM42 and am trying to dial in settings that don't sound out of phase. I tried the various inverse buttons, delay times, but I really am not sure if I'm understanding what I'm doing. Any suggestions from users out there? Thanks for any help.
if you go to the lexicon website you can download the owners manual as a PDF - there are various settings in the manual to help you understand the box and signal routing.

some of the charm of a pcm 42 is the signal routing from the outputs.
Old 16th October 2009 | Show parent
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Thanks, I did download the manual. You're right about the outputs, right now I've found my favorite configuration with just using a mono delay output.
Old 16th October 2009 | Show parent
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glad to be of service
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