Category: Sound & Multimedia
Manufacturer: Digital Audio Labs
Caution Level: Intermediate
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
CardDeluxe(TM) Analog plus Digital Audio Card is a PC audio device that is part of the flagship product of Digital Audio Labs. The company Digital Audio Labs (DAL) with its flagship product, the CardDeluxe, is an industry leader in PC audio technology development and has since been widely acknowledge as the top provider of highest sound quality available for PC. The maker of CardDeluxe ‚Ñ¢ Analog plus Digital Audio, Digital Audio Labs Incorporated was established in 1988 by AL Pickard and Jeff Wilson to specifically design and market innovative products and new technologies to cater the demands on the sound recording industry. The founders Pickard and Wilson initially planned to design a highly accurate PC interface card for basic data acquisition. The result of this was the introduction of Desktop Recording Board, a product that is widely used in radio broadcasting and audio production industries. The initial warm client response particularly among the audio industries prompted Digital Audio Labs to focus intensively audio technology. Thus, Digital Audio Labs, were able to produce and introduce CarD amd CardPlus, the first breakthrough PC sound cards that features ‚ÄúCD' audio quality with full duplex capabilities.
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Digital Audio Labs is most notably known for its flagship product, CardDeluxe. Cardeluxe is a 24-bit, 96kHz audio card intended for Windows PC. CardDeluxe in Windows is frequently used in variety of applications from PC recording, studio production, to mastering, broadcasting, music editing and audio restoration. CardDeluxe ‚Ñ¢ Analog plus Digital Audio is supported by WDM Driver. Otherwise known as Win32 Driver Model, the WDM or Windows Driver Model is described as a framework for device drivers which were introduced by Microsoft through Windows 98 and Windows 2000 as a replacement for VxD. Windows Driver Model enables consolidation of driver models for Windows 98 and Windows 2000 by standardization of requirements and reduction of codes. WDM drivers were developed to always be forward-compatible. This basically means that a WDM driver can run on versions of windows that are newer than the driver. The driver, however, cannot benefit from any new features those new windows versions offers. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and CardDeluxe(TM) Analog + Digital Audio Card errors before installing any driver updates.