The Absolute Sound rates it an A in its recent recommended Components issue.
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Lack of info is indifferent. Many products aren't covered. Look here for the usual boring review of the Lexicon.
You are being sarcastic suggesting that there is little info about this product because it ain't worth writing about; fact supported by its heavy loss in resale value; furthermore by the fact that even at its present low asking price, people aren't killing each other to purchase samples; so bad, in fact, that none of the prestigious publications wished to waste time reviewing it...
OTOH you could have just said that, IYO, it's a player with proven zero value and most probably an excremental performer to boot. Regards
Lexicon is planning/releasing a blu-ray player next year.A few dealers dumped these units cheaply.
I have heard this unit at a friends' home and highly recommend it.In fact I told another friend and he also bought one.For $900+,it is a solid performer with very good CD sound and the same on DVDs.It still won't play blu-ray,but a lot of machine for the money.
Tim, if you like it 1/2 as much as I'm enjoying mine you'll
be very pleased. Recently I started using a a CD treatment
after reading comments by Robert Harley of The Absolute Sound. Previously I simply cleaned the CD & thought that was enough. I find his comment were spot on regarding Ultrabit Platinum and the RT-20 certainly makes the improvements very obvious. Good luck. Pete