Category: Sound and Multimedia
Manufacturer: Antex Electronics
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 439.9 KB
Operating System: Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows NT3.51, Windows NT4, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Latest Version / Release Date: 1 / 31 Mar 2000

Windows device driver information for BX-44

The BX-44 or market named Broadcaster is a type of audio card that is designed to deliver near studio quality sound reproduction on the host computer system. With the installation of the appropriate device driver this hardware component allows for the recording and playback of audio streams. This digital audio hardware component solution delivers a host of new benefits and feature sets especially for computer users involved in broadcast automation, post production processing, and other similar multimedia environments. This hardware component belongs to a product line which is known for its high quality audio reproduction capability based on prevailing industry standards. The device driver supports the deployment of a multiple track for both analog and digital inputs and outputs. The device driver also supports the layers I and II of the MPEG specification for decoding as well as the video synchronization standards for the SMPTE protocol.

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The BX-44 boasts of 20-bit analog to digital and digital analog converters coupled with four analog channels that can be used for both recording and playback purposes. The playback and recording features supported by the device driver are closely associated with the MPEG layers I and II for audio compression technologies. When deployed with the appropriate device driver the BX-44 can convert any conventional computer system into a fully functional multimedia engine with support for AES/EBU-S/PDIF digital stereo playback and recording capabilities. The full video synchronization functionality offered by this hardware component and its corresponding device driver is based on an onboard chipset genlock feature that is supplemented by the read and write generators for the SMPTE protocol. The device driver also makes digital mixing and volume controls among all channels simultaneously available to the computer user. The seamless support for commonly used compression formats in the industry is likewise available. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and BX-44 errors before installing any driver updates.