Question about Lexicon Lambda Usb Desktop Recording Interface Sound Card
I'm trying to use my Lambda as an input device for Xsplit, but due to the fact that Windows 7 forces me to a select a 2 channel input (no single channel options are available) in Device Manager I can only be heard over the left audio channel. Is there anyway to get Windows to recognize the Lambda as a mono input? There is no way to alter the inputs to Xsplit, it relies entirely upon the settings in Device Manager to determine microphone settings. If I was using my Lambda simply for recording this would not be an issue at all, but since I'm using it for live broadcasting it's become impossible to fix.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Welcome to my nightmare. I have been having nothing but grief with this box. Try going into your control panel and click the hardware tab. Under device manager, look in the sound, video and game controller and see if your Lexicon Input 1-2 an 3-4 are enabled. If not right click and enable them.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
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