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New PCX1222HR Multichannel Sound Card from Digigram

Digigram announce the PCX1222HR multichannel sound card, an extension of its HR series of PCX sound cards. Featuring one stereo input and six stereo outputs in both balanced analog and AES/EBU formats in a short-length PCI card, the PCX1222HR is targeted at mission-critical live-assist systems in radio...

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September 18, 2004

Digigram announce the PCX1222HR multichannel sound card, an extension of its HR series of PCX sound cards. Featuring one stereo input and six stereo outputs in both balanced analog and AES/EBU formats in a short-length PCI card, the PCX1222HR is targeted at mission-critical live-assist systems in radio.

The card benefits from all the key features of Digigram's recently introduced HR (High Resolution) series of PCX sound cards: 24-bit/192 kHz converters, a comprehensive set of drivers (Digigram np Runtime, WDM DirectSound, Wave, ASIO), hardware sample rate converters, a 66MHz/64-bit PCI interface, a more powerful on-board DSP, and greater flexibility for custom developments.

The PCX1222HR follows the launch of the PCX882HR and PCX881HR multichannel sound cards, the first models of the new series. I/O connections are available on a breakout cable or a rack mountable external breakout box.

For more information, visit their web site at www.digigram.com

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By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004
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