D2Audio HDAudio Device

Category: Sound & Multimedia
Manufacturer: MSI
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 0.99MB
Operating System: Windows Vista,
Latest Version / Release Date: 6.0.0001.0 / 27 Apr 2007

Windows device driver information for D2Audio HDAudio Device

D2Audio HDAudio Device is a total integrated HD Audio interface for the media PC. It has been designed for low EMI signature and to be compliant with RoHS. It enables the OEMs and system integrators to deliver AVR class. Its audio processing has a maximum of twelve independent digital audio channels that have complete multi-channel in addition to legacy support capability. D2Audio HDAudio Device also includes D2Audio's DAE-3 ICs which is the first pure digital class-D amplifier controller which is used in a THX Ultra2 performance-level media PC amplifier design. D2Audio HDAudio Device integrates D2Audio's DAE-3 Digital Audio Engine directly on the PC motherboard. It also plays the role of second audio codec and does not relocate legal implementations. It links directly to HD Audio Bus on motherboard and also offers digital audio PWM channel data to amplifier cards.

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D2Audio HDAudio Device has legacy audio functions that still remain on motherboard and its cards fit into Standard PCIe Card slot. Its PCI expresses low profile form factor with the maximum height being 68.90 mm. D2Audio HDAudio Device can work with standard ATX PC power supply and its small form factor can fit into PCIe low-profile slot. It allows ultra low profile media centre PC design and enables real time power management. Users of D2Audio HDAudio Device should always utilize the latest version of the driver as it will assist them in utilizing its functions. Versions that are old are known to cause conflicts of devices and sound errors. It is therefore vital for the users of D2Audio HDAudio Device to update its drivers at least once per month or more often. In case one is not sure about a driver, it is important to consult the manufacturer. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and D2Audio HDAudio Device errors before installing any driver updates.