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Distortion I just built a new pc, and when I record with my Lambda I get a distorted signal. It's fine when I record, but I only notice it on playback. It's not really possible to record with it until I figure out what's wrong.

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Mines doing the same , someone told me the Mic might not be getting enough phantom power from the lexicon (didn't get a power pack with mine even though i bought it brand new ), I wan't to reinstall the drivers to see if that works but fcuked if I know where to find the Drivers for Mac ,I've been hunting all over the show, even Lexicons home page only seems to have PC drivers ...what a bunch of Mugs.

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It's because when you recording your get sound from Lambda!!! But PC can't reproduce that quality! Try to download driver or update which will allow you to achieve what you want.

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