Budget version of the SPX90 in a table-top form, sold for 365£.
While removing the sampling features found on the SPX90 and the ability to use a remote, the REX50 introduces a stereo input and a few distortion effects.
The overall aspect and the fact that is a very basic plastic box built around a PCB is reminishent of the Sinclair ZX80.
|31.25 kHz 16-bit linear A/D converter|
|31.25 kHz 16-bit linear D/A converter|
|30 ROM presets|
|60 user patches|
|Connection terminals and interfaces|
|Input L (mono), Input R|
|Output L, Output R|
|Memory trigger jack, Bypass jack|
|Dimensions and weight|
|274w x 44h x 196.2d (mm)|
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