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R: Lexicon Core 2

It could be a synch problem. I had the same problem the first time I tried
to use the S/pdif input with my processors. It was the cable. As I changed
the cable all went right to its place. If you don't use the digital i/o,
then remember to turn the clock to Internal. I have used it in a PII 266 
now I use it in a Duron 700 and it sounds like heaven. Have you turned the
latency to low? With a not so powerful processor this could give problems
like clicks etc. Next thing to control are the drivers. The last ones are
the 2.12 #2. They are downloadable from the www.lexicon.com site. The last
things to look at are the settings of the recording software. On cubasis I
have had a real hard time to find the best settings for that card. Now it
goes really well. With the Cooledit Pro SE which was in the card box I've
never had such a problem, even using all the ins and outs together (and I
mean all, even the digital ones).
Try to give a look to the read.me in the card installing cd. It tells many
things 'bout bugs that the manual don't even thinks to say.

----- Original Message -----
From: Mike Feeney <feeneymike@yahoo.com>
To: Loopers Delight <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Wednesday, July 25, 2001 6:18 AM
Subject: Lexicon Core 2

>   Hi all,
>   I recently bought and installed the above-mentioned sound card, and am
> having some problems with pops and clicks in the recorded tracks.  The
> troubleshooting section of the (altogether too thin) manual lists video
> cards (specifically PCI ones) several times as the possible cause of 
> I have a Voodoo 4 4500 PCI card installed, so this is entirely possible.
> However, I disabled the hardware graphics acceleration, as suggested by
> manual, but to no avail.  Anyone know of a possible solution, aside from
> removing the Voodoo card?  I like to play Quake when I'm not recording.
> Other tech specs:
> 433Mhz Celeron processor
> Win98SE
> 256Mb RAM
> 15Gb hard drive
> ISA ethernet card
> cable modem
>  -Mike
>  "People are just about as happy as they make up their minds to be."
>  -Abraham Lincoln-
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