Digigram Offers New Stereo Sound Card

Digigram's new LCM220v2 sound card offers 2/2 balanced analog I/Os, replaces the LCM220 and is targeted at broadcast automation, permanent playback, logging and other pro audio applications.
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Digigram's new LCM220v2 sound card offers 2/2 balanced analog I/Os, replaces the LCM220 and is targeted at broadcast automation, permanent playback, logging and other pro audio applications.

Full-duplex, the card offers simultaneous and independent record and playback capabilities, and real-time/simultaneous MPEG Layer-I and Layer-II compression/decompression during record and playback. New features include 24-bit converters, analog and digital level control on the outputs, short-length PCI format (175 mm or 6.875 inches), universal PCI bus (5V, 5V+3.3V or 3.3V) and PCI-X bus compatibility. Additionally, the card complies with the company's recently launched PC codec MP3.

When used with applications based on Digigram's np SDK, real-time mixing of multiple sound files, level adjustment, panning, crossfade, punch-in/out, scrubbing, and format and frequency conversions are performed by the card's DSP.

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