M Audio USB AudioPhile Midi Driver (VXD)

Category: Sound and Multimedia
Manufacturer: M-Audio
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 2539KB
Operating System: Windows XP, 2000 / Mac OS X Jaguar and Panther
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.26 / 2006

Windows device driver information for M Audio USB AudioPhile Midi Driver (VXD)

The M Audio USB AudioPhile Midi Driver (VXD) is an affordable as well as superior and proficient digital sound device for PC and Mac. The device comes fully packaged with an installation CD and this makes the whole installation process relatively fast and easy. The installation CD supports both Windows and Mac applications. The sound device is attached to Mac or PC through a USB cable and connected to the USB port of a computer. When the device is installed properly on the PC, it produces superior sound output. The sound device is also able to record and also accepts imbalanced audio connections. The drivers for the sound device are easy to acquire and can be downloaded from various sites. The drivers have a distinction which set them apart according to the platforms used by the user. These are either Mac or Windows platforms.

Outdated Drivers?

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

The M Audio USB Audiophile Midi driver (VXD) is plugged into the USB port of a PC and an icon appears to indicate a new device. The installation manual for the device should first be read and understood before the user attempts installation of the device. This is vital in the proper installation of the device. This ensures that the device will perform its functions well with no problems. The system then requires the user to put the audiophile USB device on. The M Audio USB Audiophile Midi Driver (VXD) is normally used for upgrading purposes for Mac or PC and enhances on quality at 96 KHz. The device is advantageous to the user in that it has I/O flexible routing as well as zero latency. For the device to function at its peak, it needs a Pentium II machine which has in the least 200 MHz processing speed. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and M Audio USB AudioPhile Midi Driver (VXD) errors before installing any driver updates.