Digigram, a PC audio interfaces and innovative networked audio devices company, announced recently that three multichannel sound cards of its VX range are now available, including the VX882HR (8/8 I/Os, analog and digital), the VX881HR (digital I/Os only) and the VX822v2 (2/8 I/Os, analog and digital).
Low-latency WDM DirectSound, Wave and ASIO drivers make the trio compatible with a wide range of pro audio software, including those applications pertaining to audio production and post-production, theatrical playback and sound design, multizone audio distribution and broadcast.
The VX882HR with four balanced analog and AES/EBU stereo I/Os and the digital only VX881HR feature 24-bit/192 kHz converters, 66 MHz/64-bit PCI interface, hardware sample rate converters for simultaneous recording of digital signals with different sample frequencies, short-length PCI format and more.
Both are available with a breakout cable or a breakout box. The BOB8 presents all analog and digital inputs and outputs, as well as word clock, AES/EBU house clock sync, LTC and video inputs on its front panel.
The VX822v2 features four balanced analog stereo outputs and one balanced analog stereo input with 24-bit/48 kHz converters, four stereo AES/EBU outputs and one stereo AES/EBU input, as well as word clock and AES/EBU house clock sync inputs.
For more information, please go to www.digigram.com.