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If U plan to buy a brand new Lexicon Omega .......

Discussion in 'Recording' started by RandomGuest, Apr 17, 2004.

  1. RandomGuest

    RandomGuest Guest

    Feb 10, 2001
    :evil: If U plan to buy a brand new Lexicon Omega just keep your money for a better choice .!!
    I am old lexicon user / I got a lexicon studio in my closet/ , before 4 days I checked one Omega keeping a hope that it's a sure and good made engine but it's worse .....there is no ASIO 2 drivers and when I sent a mail to Lexicon they answered : Keep in touch with us ,it coming soon ....!
    ...What the ^#$%ing hell answer , before 4 years I spent a 1500 $ for Lexicon Studio and I worked only few months waiting for brand new driver for XP...........and I still waiting :x , And no one wanna buy a stuff like this with 43 ms latency and terrible made ASIO drivers just only for Win 98 for ever !!!
  2. CanopuS

    CanopuS Guest

    Well, just to even out the conversation:

    My friend has one, and we find it very useful, just what we needed, so as long as you don't mind using the supplied software, and can work around driver problems (we had to spend a while working it out), the HARDWARE is great :)
  3. RandomGuest

    RandomGuest Guest

    Feb 10, 2001
    ....So maybe U are right about hardware (in true I like very much the lexicon's A/D converters ) , but we both know '' without good software ,no good hardware '' :wink:
  4. Habigmike

    Habigmike Guest

    I'll give it a thumbs up!

    I've had the Omega for about a month now and have had no issues. Driver or hardware.
    The Pro Tracks Plus software is easy to use and does everything I need it to do.
    I'm not worried about ASIO 2 support. It works fine as is.

    Mike :p

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