Category: Sound and Multimedia
Manufacturer: RME Audio
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1 MB
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows 2000
Latest Version / Release Date: 2.111 / 07/21/2005
The DIGI96/8 PST is a robust audio interface compatible with Microsoft Windows and MAC operating systems. When combined with the DIGI96/8 PAD, this audio interface delivers a versatile connection to compatible audio equipment. Its digital I/O (input/ output) is fully compatible with AES/ EBU, while its analog I/O is capable of eliminating the need to use expensive and external converters. RME Audio’s innovative Bitclock PLL standard has become a reference. Whatever users carry out on their ADAT, the interface will stay locked and will keep all samples secure. Users will also be capable of changing the Emphasis bit, as well as playback AC-3 streams that are encoded and compatible with all AC-3 decoders simply via setting the Non-Audio bit. Optional EXBs or expansion boards can likewise transform the DIGI96/8 PST into a completely analog version, either with 8 or 4 analog outputs and inputs in outstanding quality.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
This audio interface card also functions with an optional WCM or Word Clock Module. This module is capable of adding word clock output and input which is an innovative house clock and test mode. It is likewise compatible with the TEB or TDIF Expansion that allows users to utilize the DIGI96/8 PST card device as an interface for TDIF. The card also comes with the DIGICheck which is a robust test, analysis and measurement tool. It also provides drivers for various operating system platforms. For Windows 98, 95, XP and 2000, these include GSIF/ ASIO/ MME/ DS multi-client operation, GSIF, ASIO 2, Multi DirectSound and MME. ASIO 2 and MME along with multi-client operation for Windows NT. ASIO 2 and Sound Manager for MAC OS, and LSA and OSS for Linux operating system platforms. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and DIGI96/8 PST errors before installing any driver updates.