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TC Electronic M-One XL Dual Reverb Multi Effects Processor

TC Electronic M-One XL
TC Electronic M-One XL
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List Price: $674.00
Our Price: $449.00

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Product Code: 9999-06462


TC Electronic M-One XL Dual Reverb Multi Effects Processor

TC Electronic M-One XL Dual Reverb Multi Effects Processor

TC Electronic M-One XL Details
With the M-One some of the audio world's finest sound algorithms are right at your fingertips, with an intuitive interface and the flexibility to create the fantastic-sounding effects you've always dreamed of. This reverb delay unit lets you run effects simultaneously, without compromising your sound, and it's list of features is truly impressive. You get 25 different algorithms - enhanced reverbs, delay, fantastic dynamics, pitch and classic "golden ratio" chorus and tremolo - and hardware that consists of full resolution 24 bit A/D and D/A converters with 24 bit internal processing driven by a powerful 100 million instruction per second DSP engine. XLR analog I/O connectors are provided for fast and simple connectivity, additionally a SPDIF digital I/O is included for a pure all digital, 24 bit signal path supporting both 44.1K and 48K rates. To top it all off, this reverb powerhouse is very affordable!

TC Electronic M-One XL Features
  • 20 incredible TC effects: Reverb, Chorus, Tremolo, Pitch, Delay, Dynamics...
  • Analog-style User Interface
  • Presets: 100 Factory/100 User
  • Dual-Engine design
  • 24 bit A/D-D/A converters
  • S/PDIF digital I/O, 44.1-48kHz
  • XLR Jacks - Dual I/O
  • 24-bit internal processing

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Versitile July 2, 2010
Reviewer: Ross  
You can pretty much configure this unit however you want. There are two effect engines and they can each only be creating one effect at a time, but even so, that allows you to cascade one effect into another (like I do with my acoustic guitar: first a little chorus then some reverb), run them independently, or a bunch of other options. Check out the manual before you buy. There are many reverbs; I like them, but I'm no connoisseur. The menu system is a bit unintuitive at first; spend some time dialing in a nice preset and save it away for next time, rather than reconfiguring every time.

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