Summary: I have a Presonus Audiobox that has worked well for me. I needed to add another audio in/out, and the price of the Lexicon tempted me to give it a try. I was also afraid if I got a second Presonus that my computer might have issues working with two identical units.
Summary: Contrary to what some think, this does work with Win7 x64 unless I just have an updated version. It will work as a WDM or MME device using the default Win7 drivers and shows up as a USB audio device.
Summary: This is a nice little recording box and it is powered by the usb cable so you don't need to 'plug it in'. Only problem was I could not get it to work because the one thing I am not used to thinking about when I buy hardware now is that I have a computer with Windows 7 64 bit.
Summary: I bought this hoping to use it with my laptop with zero lantency, along with a guitar effects programme to play through my laptop as an effects unit, I made a mistake it is nearly zero latency, not quite!
Summary: I upgraded from an Edirol UA-3FX recently and i am very happy with this unit.I am no way a technophobe so i usually find connecting all devices/instruments and getting a signal very much a chore.
Summary: Trotz neuster Treiber und korrekt installierem ASIO hatte ich oft Probleme mit der Lexicon. In bestimmten Konfigurationen (gleichzeitig abhören und aufnehmen) lieferte sie plötzlich nur noch weißes Rauschen. Ausschalten-Wiedereinschalten hilft, aber nur bis zum nächsten Mal.