er the above says it all really.
Perhaps that was a bit too sweaping a statement. Having said that, Logic 7 is a desirable feature and was one of the reasons I bought a H/K 5500.Logic 7 ,the Harman/Kardon range is almost a no-brainer because of L7
But if it is that good, they dont need worry about the loss to their own market because they will take royalties from every other box sold with L7. Besides, if there processors are worth having, they shouldnt need to rely on L7.Originally posted by garmtz
buns, that's probably all about protecting your own market. What would a Lexicon have as an advantage over other if they all would have Logic-7? O.k. Harman/Kardon uses it, but this is because they are both part of the Harman concern.
I guess that is fair, the only thing being that eventually someone will better them and then they are in trouble.Originally posted by garmtz
buns, I think Lexicon is not interested in making much money licensing Logic-7. They have their professional products for that. I think they are just not really interested in selling their technology.