Category: Sound and Multimedia
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 25 MB
Operating System: Windows ME, Windows 98, Windows 95
Latest Version / Release Date: 3.5 / 14 Jul 1999
The RME DIGI32 PRO is robust solution used for playing back and transferring audio files. This card device functions exactly like its predecessor the DIGI32 – as an ideal two channel digital in and out solution, but with more added features. It also has support for the 96 kHz, 88.2 kHz and the 64 kHz sample frequencies. The utilization of the said samples necessitates a robust DA converter. This device makes use of a high grade 20 bit DAC that is capable of converting up to a maximum of 96 kHz enabling users to have a 40 kHz bandwidth or higher. The RME DIGI32 PRO is likewise capable of instantly correcting the digital output’s Channel Status and the analog output’s frequency response. This audio solution functions completely in the slave mode and with the AutoSync feature turned on, it can continuously search for a suitable input signal. This feature allows users to record on the fly or at anytime while songs are being played (Full Duplex) without the need to synchronize the device to an input signal.
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 RME DIGI32 PRO also implements a SyncAlign feature. Whenever the mode Record while Play is turned on, a corresponding software application will first start the recording operation and then the playback operation or vice versa. This feature is capable of compensating the time difference in order that the precise concurrent start of playback and record operations in the said mode is assured. As a PCI bus card, the RME DIGI32 PRO functions in 32 bit. Rather than having issues with slow 16 bit multiple transfer utilizing I/O addresses and DMA transfer speeds, and non linear memory transfer, this device makes use of linear memory transfer along with the complete copy speed of advanced computer systems. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and RME DIGI32 PRO errors before installing any driver updates.