Question about Lexicon Alpha Personal Recording Studio
I have my windows laptop hooked up to my alpha then from the alpha lexicon to a powered subwoofer, that is a Yamaha MS100DR that has two satilite speakers comming out of that.I want to add two more satilite speakers either from the MS100 or from the lexicon alpha RCA L and R but is says to run powered speakers off the alpha...what would be the best way to do this, and if I run to powered speakers from the alpha does it automatically just put the music through to the speakers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like you have NOT connected via the recording software.
It is like the normal Windows software audio has hijacked the audio system even though it is external.
Go into your recording software and look for an option to select the Lexicon device. You did not tell us what recording software you are using.
This is not an uncommon problem with these external audio recording devices.
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
Make sure you have Phantom power turned on on the Lexicon... Oh,oh... it appears that the Alphs may NOT have phantom power which IS a REQUIREMENT for most condenser mics...
The Lexicon Omega does have this but apparently the Aplpha doesn't have it.
That leaves you with the choice of either getting a dynamic mic that doesn't need Phantom, or replacing the Alpha, OR using a preamp ahead of the mic before the Alpha...
Sorry, but those are the only solutions I see for you.
REMEMBER that condenser mics pick up everything and you cannot run them into a PA or they will feedback.
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
Make sure you have NO antivirus/antispyware/antiadware or other resource hogging background programs running while processing the audio. These programs hog resources to the point that the buffering within the audio devices is overrun causing gaps.
Posted on Nov 22, 2010
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