Lynx WaveRT Driver Auto-detects Op System


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San Francisco - Nov 5, 2010 - The latest Windows driver set for Lynx Studio Technology's PCI and PCI-Express audio cards adds a new WaveRT driver and the ability to optimize performance based upon the Windows version being used. This driver auto-detects the operating system and at run-time decides to use either the WavePci driver (for Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Server 2003) or WaveRT driver (for Windows Vista or Windows 7).

This provides low latency performance similar to ASIO. The driver enables Windows Vista pull-mode (event-driven) audio-streaming technology if the application requests and allows the use of audio enhancement effects such as bass boost, virtual surround, room correction, loudness and equalization.

The Windows driver set will be available in late 2010, free of charge and downloadable from the Lynx website. It applies to all current Lynx PCI and PCI Express audio cards, including LynxTWO, L22, AES16 and AES16e models.




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