Axia Updates IP-Audio Driver

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Cleveland - Mar 14, 2007 - Axia Audio has released a new version of its IP-audio driver for Windows. Version is an incremental upgrade that addresses several usability and performance issues. Users of a a previous version are encouraged to obtain the free update, which is available to registered users.

A PC with the IP-Audio Driver becomes an Axia audio node. Its Ethernet port connects directly to the Livewire network, and the Axia driver handles all necessary audio conversions.

New features in Version include an added audio recording path through the Windows Mixer for easier recording of local audio streams, reordered stream identifiers for easier configuration when using multiple-output audio playback or digital delivery systems, and enhanced interoperability with Windows Firewall.

The Axia IP-Audio Driver comes in two versions: a one-input, one-output version for use with audio editing workstations, and a 16-in/16-out version available directly from Axia Delivery System partners. Users of the single-stream IP-Audio Driver may download a software update from Users with the multi-stream version can obtain the update directly from their delivery system provider.

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