Quick run-down on differences: Lexicon MC-1 vs DC-1?

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  1. TomK

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    Anyone have a quick rundown on the differences between these two?
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  2. Jay Mitchosky

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    Aside from the physical differences higher resolution DACs, analog bypass, and compatibility with all current surround formats are what stood out for me.
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  4. TomK

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    So would you think that a pre-owned DC-1 with version 4 software is worth $1600.00? That's what I can get one for.
    Tom
    [Edited last by TomK on September 14, 2001 at 08:58 AM]
     
  5. Earl_C

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    Tom,
    See if you can get it down to $1400-1500 but even at $1600 it's still one of the better values in processing today. After you hear Logic7 you might wonder what all the fuss about PLII is about.
     
  6. Jay Mitchosky

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    Michael - you're absolutely right. [​IMG]
    Tom - sorry for the confustion. I immediately started thinking of Lexicon's latest pre/pro.
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