The Model 95 Lexicon Prime Time 11 is a PCM (pulse-code modulation) digital delay processor with a single delay line incorporating two independently adjustable delay outputs, each with its own output jack, output and recirculation level control, and digital display. Each delay output has a range of 128 selectable delay taps. With the use of the 95’s on-board mixing facilities, the signals from the two delay outputs can be independently routed or combined in any number of ways, providing enormous flexibility in creating different sonic perspectives, spatial enhancements, or special effects.
A VCO (voltage-controlled oscillator) section provides both manual or automatic time-sweep modulation of the delay settings. Even though the same sweep modulation function affects both delays, the result can be quite different for the two delay times because the characteristics of time-sweep modulation are determined by the
length of the delay period being modulated.
An auxiliary input provides additional patching possibilities for interaction with signal processors to create a variety of submixes consisting of delayed and processed signal combinations, as well as many other mixing possibilities. The main and auxiliary inputs form a composite signal when fed into the 95’s delay line.
The Lexicon Model 95 Prime Time II can be equipped with various memory options for delay times up to 7.68 seconds. Other features that are standard on all units include DRC (dynamic recirculation control), infinite repeat, a metronome clock function, selectable phase inversion of various signals, and special jacks to allow output control signals to other devices and remote-control operation of various front-panel controls.
The Lexicon Model 95 Prime Time II has been expressly designed to provide a cost-effective package incorporating the finest performance, most optimum human-engineered operation, and highest reliability currently available with present-day technology.