Axia Upgrades IP-audio Driver


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Cleveland - May 23, 2011 - Axia Audio has released version 2.6.1.5 of its IP-audio driver for Windows. The new release adds for 64-bit Windows 7 and Vista operating systems. The update is free to registered users.

New features in Version 2.6.1.5 include:

  • Support for 32- and 64-bit Windows 7 and Windows Vista operating systems.
  • Dynamic compensation for digital audio inputs with high jitter rates.
  • UI enhancements, including new statistics displays in the driver control panel.

    The Axia IP-audio driver is available in two versions. The standard version of the driver provides one stereo output and one stereo input; 24 bi-directional stereo channels are provided in the OEM version available from Axia delivery system partners.

    Users of the single-stream IP-audio driver may download a software update from AxiaAudio.com/downloads. Users with the multi-stream version must obtain the update directly from their delivery system providers.




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