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Digigram Issues Replacement LCM220v2 Sound Card

Digigram, the market leading manufacturer of sound cards for high-end pro audio applications, launched the LCM220v2 sound card with 2/2 balanced analog I/Os, which replaces the popular LCM220. 5/14/2004 8:00 AM Eastern

Digigram, the market leading manufacturer of sound cards forhigh-end pro audio applications, launched the LCM220v2 sound card with2/2 balanced analog I/Os, which replaces the popular LCM220. The newboard is targeted at broadcast automation, permanent playback, loggingand other pro audio applications.

By offering a more specific set of functions, the LCM220v2 providesDigigram on-board audio processing and features at a lower price pointthan comparable cards in Digigram's PCX range. Full duplex, the cardoffers simultaneous and independent record and playback capabilities,as well as real-time, simultaneous MPEG Layer I and Layer IIcompression and decompression during record and playback.

New features include 24-bit converters, analog and digital levelcontrol on the outputs, short length PCI format (175 mm or 6.875inches), as well as Universal PCI bus (5V, 5V+3.3V, or 3.3V ) and PCI-Xbus compatibility. Additionally, the LCM220v2 is compliant withDigigram's recently launched PC codec mp3.

When used with applications based on the Digigram np SDK, real-timemixing of multiple sound files, level adjustment, panning, cross-fade,punch-in/punch-out, scrubbing, and format and frequency conversions areperformed by the card’s DSP.

For more information about Digigrams products, go to their Websiteatwww.digigram.com

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