Category: Sound and Multimedia
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 6.6 MB
Operating System: Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.50.5080.1 / 08 Jun 2000
The Opcode SonicPort Optical audio solution allows users to transfer their digital audio among S/ PDIF digital audio devices like MiniDiscs, DAT recorders and multitracks, and a computer system. The device’s analog output and inputs can be used for general purpose playback and recording of audio. This audio solution is made up of a USB connector, analog stereo or minijack output and input, a S/ PDIF output and input and an input LED in green. It is capable of connecting to the computer through the USB (universal serial bus). USB delivers hi-speed communication with up to a maximum of 127 devices, allows users to attach and remove devices without turning of the system and configures and automatically detect hardware. The Opcode SonicPort Optical audio solution’s S/ PDIF output jack can connect and transmit audio to users’ audio devices’ digital input. On the other hand, its S/ PDIF input jack connect and accept audio from users’ audio devices’ digital output.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
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The audio solution Opcode SonicPort Optical differs from the typical SonicPort in that it makes use of S/ PDIF OPTICAL connectors which are also called Toslink fibre-optic. The Analog IN of this audio solution can be utilized to record an analog stereo signal like the ones that come from a typical stereo. This solution’s Analog OUT on the other hand can be utilized for connecting an audio mixer for keeping track or recording audio signals. Whenever the Opcode SonicPort Optical audio solution sends audio, it is transmitted to the S/ PDIF Analog OUT and OUT but the unit is only capable of receiving audio from only one input port such as its Analog IN or S/ PDIF OUT. The Sample Type/ Rate setting\ for its Config application is tasked to determine the signals to be utilized. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Opcode SonicPort Optical errors before installing any driver updates.