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Lexicon Lambda USB Desktop Studio
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Genuine Lexicon stability and signal quality in a very affordable interface!

The Lexicon Lambda draws power from the USB port and provides high-end D/A converters plus 2 quality mic preamps supplying phantom power. Cool tower design features independent mic and line controls with LEDs plus monitor mix and output level controls. 2 balanced TRS line inputs and outputs, 2 XLR mic ins, 1/4" high-impedance instrument in, and 1/8" headphone jack.

The Lexicon Lambda includes advanced and intuitive Cubase LE recording software for 48-track audio and 64 MIDI tracks. Also features the brilliant Pantheon VST reverb software with loads of factory presets. Works with Macs and PCs.

Lexicon Lambda USB Desktop Studio Features:

  • USB powered
    High-end D/A converters
    2 quality mic preamps
    Phantom power
    Independent mic and line controls with LEDs
    Monitor mix and output level controls
    2 balanced TRS line inputs and outputs
    2 XLR mic ins
    1/4" high-impedance instrument in
    1/8" headphone jack
    Cubase LE recording software for 48-track audio and 64 MIDI tracks
    Pantheon VST reverb software
    Works with Macs and PCs

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  • Good Product

    As reviewed by good4themoney on 11/18/2008

    First of all I recommend that you know the capabilities of your computer before you buy any recording software or interface. I had to make a few upgrades to get this to work but I am producing some decent quality stuff now. I have had to reinstall the Lambda a couple of times because it disappears from my installed hardware. Once after unplugging from the USB port and another for unknown reasons. Beyond that, for the money I recommend it. Along with the Cubase LE that came with it I'm doing things I could never do with the old Fostex 4 track.

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  • Good harware-outdated software

    As reviewed by Mike Northcraft on 5/3/2012

    Lambda interface is user friendly and has sufficient inputs and outputs for home recording. DVD ROM installed quickly and without any problems. However, product activation is a convulted mess of a procedure. When all was said and done, I was registered, activated and ready to roll. Nothing would record because the drivers for the interface are not up to date. Had to uninstall and reinstall after contacing Lexicon for the newest download. Now that the good support people at Lexicon have guided me thru the process, everything is up and running well.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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  • Good product at a good price

    As reviewed by John Cheyney on 3/23/2010

    First of all, I want to review the Lexicon Lambda entirely separately from the Cubase LE software. I bought this to record acoustic guitar. I have had good success recording with the undersaddle pickup and a microphone. The interface is easy to understand and use. The device installed easily on a standard Dell desktop. You have gain knobs to control the input levels, a knob to control the ratio of live sound to playback, and a couple of push buttons to control the playback. There is a headphone jack and one instrument jack on the front to make simple recording easy. If I had to make one complaint it is that since the device is more vertical than horizontal it is susceptible to moving as you move the cords. I am not as impressed with the Cubase LE 4. The initial version that came with the interface had problems crashing to the desktop and required you to restart the drivers every time you logged in. They have an update that makes it much more stable. However, it doesn't seem very intuitive to me. The documentation might be OK for someone with some experience, but I don't think it spends enough time on the basics. I have had to read the manual several times, and finally bought another book that has been more helpful. I am currently looking to change DAW applications but will definitely keep the Lambda.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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