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No audio input or output from Lexicon Omega interface

Although MIDI functionality is fine, I do not appear to be getting any audio input (or output) from my Lexicon Omega. This applies to all line mic inputs. I've uninstalled/reinstalled the latest drivers and have no problem with cubase, Sonar X1 and Ableton recognising the unit (although even playing previously recorded tracks from these DAWs isn't outputting from the Omega either). In addition, I was under the impression that even disconnected from the computer, the unit would still function as 4-in mixer and would at least show/monitor levels from an input which would be audible from the main outputs or headphone socket. This is not happening either. I've had the unit from new and used it for a couple of weeks without issue. It has been lying unused in a drawer for some time but appears to be in mint condition. I certainly don't remember having any trouble when using it previously. Can you help please?

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SOURCE: Blue Screen of Death when running MIDI input to Lexicon Omega

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Posted on Feb 07, 2008

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Posted on Mar 13, 2008

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Its a fight between 64 and 32 bit versions. Audio codec is not so compactable with your sound card sysaudio file You need an updated driver which is compact-able with direct x latest can solve your problem

Posted on Jul 19, 2008

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SOURCE: Blue Screen of Death when running MIDI input to Lexicon Omega

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Posted on Aug 28, 2008

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Have you clicked the little "monitor" icon (looks like a speaker) on the armed audio track so that it goes orange? Once on, you should see a signal on the VU meter (assuming the line in has a good signal etc). Once recorded, turn the monitor off again to listen to the track with all the others.

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