ASIO 2.0 driver

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  1. tudorelu87

    tudorelu87 New Member

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    Hi!

    Does anybody have an ASIO 2.0 driver for audigy 2 zs?
    I've been searching like crazy for it.

    Also, what is the best driver for xp? Daniel_k or the one on the creative site?
     
  2. pro d

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    Îòâåò: ASIO 2.0 driver

    there is no problems with support asio 2.0 for audigy2zs..
    support of asio 2.0 mode incl. in original driver, you can download latest version on official source;
    but better use kx driver you will get asio 2.0 mode support and also best performance and quality..
     
  3. Doug W

    Doug W New Member

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    Are you talking about the Audigy 2ZS notebook or PCI card?
     
  4. pro d

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    Îòâåò: Re: ASIO 2.0 driver

    in any case, there is no problems with drivers for both versions of 'zs'..
    in previous my post info was about 'pci' card;
    but for 'pcmcia' (notebook) card situation with driver source the same..

    some info about specifications and featuresupported with original driver (coming from official source):
    asio 2.0 with direct monitoring for low latency multitracking (simultaneous stereo recording and multichannel playback), 16-bit to 24-bit recording sampling rates: 8, 11.025, 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48 and 96 kHz, including asio 2.0 support at 16-bit 48 kHz and 24-bit 96 kHz resolution;
     
  5. nyquist

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    Hello.
    Does anybody know if a newest version of KX driver (3547-x64) on Windows XP x64 supports ASIO2 in 32bit applications like for example FLStudio or not?
     
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    thomasabarnes Long Time ***** Friend

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    No.

    .3546/.3547 only supports 64bit applications/programs.

    You may be able to use Fruityloops in rewire mode, or if you use SONAR, you can run some 32bit vst/i/dx/i apps because of bitbridge, or you can get jbridge to run some 32bit VST/i DX/i.

    EDIT

    I just learned that rewire is only a 32bit program functionality. Dang, I didn't know that.
     
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    Is this why I can't get Cubase SX3.1 to recognise kx ASIO under WinXP x64?

    And to extend that further, do I simply need to revert to 32bit WinXP to use kx with Cubase? Is this the only way?

    Thanks in advance
     
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    Îòâåò: ASIO 2.0 driver

    >Is this why I can't get Cubase SX3.1 to recognise kx ASIO under WinXP x64?

    yep.

    >do I simply need to revert to 32bit WinXP to use kx with Cubase?

    yep. Or you're to buy a newer Cubase that includes 64-bit binaries.
     
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