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.

  • 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
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LexiconLambda USB Desktop Studio

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Great for Home Studio Use and Jams


from Lehigh Valley, PA

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  • Clear Sound
  • Compact
  • Easy To Use


    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Home Studio

    Comments about Lexicon Lambda USB Desktop Studio:

    I have use the Lambda for 3 years now and it's great. It's designed to be used in a home studio to record ideas, do sketches of songs, and capture the occasional jam.

    I run it through a Windows 7 Laptop and record in Harrison Mixbus software.

    I usually have 2 powered condenser mikes, a guitar, and a keyboard plugged in at all times.

    Instead of running effects, condenser, EQ and everything thru software I have an external rack. It save a lot of cycles on the CPU and plus you can use the patch bay in different ways.

    To those who said this unit is noisy - that's completely to do with your setup, the unit is dead silent when used correctly.

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    Noisy piece of gear.


    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Lexicon Lambda USB Desktop Studio:

    I bought this piece of gear thinking it would be great to connect my guitar rig to the Cubase LE using the usb port. I have tried everything to get this working and can only get one side either L or R to work without noise and latency. I have tried the mic 1 and 2 and line-in 1 and 2 as well as midi connections from my gt pro. Nothing will work without one side being out of timing and noisy.This is another piece of junk that alot of people will buy not knowing how to use it, and then realizing, once it is finally working with all the licensing of the software and such, that it has serious latency and noise issues.
    I don't recommend this gear to anyone. Save yourself the grief. Buy something else.

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    (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)


    For small projects or self recording: Perfect Buy


    from Lansing, MI

    Comments about Lexicon Lambda USB Desktop Studio:

    First and foremost, make sure your computer is compatible with this product. When I bought it, my computer didn't have the necessary components to support the Lambda, so I couldn't even use it for the first 3 months! Once my computer had downloaded everything, I was in business! The Cubase LE software that comes with the Lambda is great! It's really easy to use, and there is plenty you can do with it. When I first bought this Lambda, it was everything I needed. Now that I'm recording bigger acts, the interface simply cant's support everything I want to do. Having one instrument input in the front is very convenient if you're just recording yourself, but having all the other inputs on the back makes it difficult to record and monitor yourself. Overall, definitely worth the price (could probably run for a lot more), but just be careful that it is really what you need: if you're only recording yourself or doing simple one instrument recordings, then this is the way to go; if you plan on recording other people, you might want to keep saving your money and get something more suitable. When it comes to recording larger sessions, there simply aren't enough inputs, the interface doesn't give sufficient monitoring levels, and the location of the inputs can be a hassle.

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