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AzuraldoAzuraldo

Good sound

Lynx Studio Technology LynxOnePublished on 07/02/14 at 13:57
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Convertos!
computer music

UTILIZATION

Not bad. Emphasis should be placed a little to install
A little old driver not to kick
Latency 6ms

GETTING STARTED

No problem, except ... The inconsistency with ASIO 2

OVERALL OPINION

Excellent sound, a dynamic that Pete fire god!
Inconsistency with ASIO 2
Very good value for money ... IF you do not use ASIO 2 It's all good!
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tony-blackmantony-blackman

Very good map

Lynx Studio Technology LynxOnePublished on 07/26/12 at 12:58
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
connectivity pro, clock, PCI format ...


I used to compose.

with a large PC and win XP

UTILIZATION

Very stable: once you install and forget.
I've used Cubase and Wavelab 5.

drivers are rarely updated, normal, SHIFT is a correction and when it works not need correction.
I had a very good kind 11ms latency.

GETTING STARTED

Easy install, no soucy.

Manual useless because it's simple.


therefore incompatible with win7 sold ...

OVERALL OPINION

I used for about 3/4 years.
I had quite a sound card before it: Turtle Beach, ESI, M-Audio, Echo ...

stability is perfect.

what I liked most is stability, the punch and the sound quality coming out.

nine is very...…
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connectivity pro, clock, PCI format ...


I used to compose.

with a large PC and win XP

UTILIZATION

Very stable: once you install and forget.
I've used Cubase and Wavelab 5.

drivers are rarely updated, normal, SHIFT is a correction and when it works not need correction.
I had a very good kind 11ms latency.

GETTING STARTED

Easy install, no soucy.

Manual useless because it's simple.


therefore incompatible with win7 sold ...

OVERALL OPINION

I used for about 3/4 years.
I had quite a sound card before it: Turtle Beach, ESI, M-Audio, Echo ...

stability is perfect.

what I liked most is stability, the punch and the sound quality coming out.

nine is very expensive, even too, in the 700 c € ... even now!

In 2012 If you are on windows 7 go your way obviously
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hedomistehedomiste

Lynx Studio Technology LynxOnePublished on 01/03/09 at 12:39
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
-First is a PCI card with no latency
Use pro-
Pc-intel core duo
-Any sound (vocals, guitar)

UTILIZATION

Install-no problem.
Software config-entries is output is simple and effective

GETTING STARTED

Stable sub-driver Sonar and Samplitude
No-latency

OVERALL OPINION

-4 Years
-Sound and the professionalism of Lynx
Apogee-level 16
unbeatable value for money
I would do this choice
I sell it to equip myself in Aurora (more entries)
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Lynx Studio Technology
  • Model: LynxOne
  • Category: Internal PCI/ISA Sound Cards
  • Added in our database on: 09/28/2002

We have no technical specifications for this product
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