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  1. Top Seller
    Behringer Virtualizer 3D FX2000 Multi-Effects Processor
    $12999
  2. Behringer Minifex FEX800 Ultracompact Stereo Multi-Effects Processor
    $6999
  3. Top Seller
    Lexicon MX200 Dual Reverb/Effects Processor
    $19995
  4. Top Rated
    TC Electronic M350 Reverb and Effects Processor
    $1990
    Blemished:
    $159.20
  5. Eventide Eclipse Multi-Effects Processor
    $1,9950
  6. Blemished
    Lexicon MX400XL Dual Stereo/Surround Reverb Processor
    Open Box:
    $307.96
    Blemished:
    $279.96
  7. Open Box
    Lexicon MX400 Dual Stereo/Surround Reverb Effects Processor
    Open Box:
    $263.12
  8. Klark Teknik DN9652 Dual Network Bridge
    $1,8990
  9. Open Box
    Lexicon PCM92 Reverb Effects Processor
    Open Box:
    $1,489.99
  10. Eventide Reverb 2016
    $1,9950
  11. Blemished
    Yamaha SPX2000 Digital Effects Processor
    Blemished:
    $919.99
  12. LaChapell Audio 503 3-Band EQ 500 Series Module
    $8500
  13. TC Electronic M-One XL Effects Processor
    $4490
  14. Mackie SP260 2x6 Loudspeaker System Processor
    $49999
  15. Top Rated
    Lexicon MX300 Stereo Reverb Effects Processor with USB
    $24995
    Open Box:
    $219.96
  16. Korg Kaoss Pad Quad Multi Effects Processor
    $29999
    Excellent Condition
    Reno, NV
  17. TC Electronic M2000 Multi Effects Processor
    $29999
    Excellent Condition
    Arlington Heights, IL
  18. Lexicon MX200 Multi Effects Processor
    $9999
    Excellent Condition
    Las Vegas, NV
  19. Behringer FX2000 Multi Effects Processor
    $8499
    Excellent Condition
    Tyler, TX
  20. Alesis Quadraverb 2 Multi Effects Processor
    $12999
    Excellent Condition
    Country Club Hills, IL
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As music professionals, we're all familiar with guitarists and the rows of pedals they set up on stage at every gig. They're definitely on to something when it comes to effects on-the-fly, but when you're setting up a studio or pro audio rig, there's a simpler solution: multi effects processors. These full-sized units bring a ton of versatility to the table (or, more accurately speaking, the rack) and they can play a crucial role in shaping your own signature sound.

If you want to take your tracks to the next level, a multi effects processor can do the trick. For a high-end example of what one of these units can do, check out the Eventide H8000FW 8-Channel Ultra-Harmonizer Effects Processor. It supports 24-bit audio and comes with an impressive 1,600 pre-set effects. Some are even pre-customized for 5.1 surround sound, so production for home theater playback is a cinch. Its smorgasbord of I/O options includes AES/EBU, ADAT, S/PDIF and FireWire with sampling up to 96kHz, so whatever you're looking to connect to the H8000FW, it's a safe bet that you can get the job done. Of course, not all of the processors here are quite as advanced. There are plenty of setups out there that just need a straightforward solution, and if that sounds like yours, don't worry: you'll find plenty of those here as well. Take the TC Electronic M350 Reverb and Effects Processor, for instance. This single-space rackmount is easy to fit into any budget, living up to TC's reputation of delivering amazing bang for your buck. It's loaded with 15 different effects plus 15 reverbs, and even includes control software for your AU/VST environment.

It goes without saying that the person who knows best what your studio's needs are is you, so don't be shy about taking an in-depth look at all the multi effects processors available here. A little attention to detail will pay off in a big way when you find the one that turns out to be exactly what you've been searching for.

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