Sound Maker Live PCI Joystick

Category: Sound & Multimedia
Manufacturer: Genius (Kye Systems)
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 222Kb
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows NT4, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.1 / 24 Jun 2008

Windows device driver information for Sound Maker Live PCI Joystick

The Sound Maker Live PCI Joystick is a great performance PCI audio accelerator cards that are utilized for home theater quality sounds. It is produced and manufactured by Genius (Kye Systems). It can interactively position audio in 3D space around the user utilizing the Q3D Interactive technology. An exceptional 2D to 3D positional remapping technology permits 2D applications to be played in complete positional 3D. Stereo playback can also be improved to recreate an output signal with considerably expanded stereo imaging and advanced realism. The primary features of this device are the multi-speaker audio output up to six speaker, 32-bit PCI-based allowing plug an play, support for analog, digital and force feedback joystick port, superior Q3D interactive positional 3D sound and support for Microsoft DirectSound and DirectInput acceleration. Its specifications include an XG software WaveTable synthesizer, MPU-401 UART mode MIDI interface and sound blaster or Pro emulation.

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The Sound Maker Live PCI Joystick is a PCI audio accelerator card. It is a computer expansion card that executes the input and output of audio signals to and from the personal computer utilized by computer programs. The typical utilizations of sound cards include giving the audio component for multimedia applications like music composition, modifications and editing video or audio, presentation, education and entertainment. A lot of personal computers have sound capabilities embedded, while others need extra expansion cards to provide for audio capability. Sound cards normally feature a digital to analog converter which converts generated or recorded digital files into an analog format. The output signal is linked to an amplifier, headphones or other external devices making use of the standard interconnects like TRS connector or an RCA connector. When the size and number of the connectors are too big for the space on the back plate, the connectors will be eliminated. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Sound Maker Live PCI Joystick errors before installing any driver updates.