Echo Introduces Indigo Laptop Audio Card for MacOSX / PC
From Harmony Central:
December 30, 2002 -- New from Echo Audio is the Indigo PC card for Windows and Mac OS X-based laptops, offering a much-improved stereo/headphone out option when compared to typical laptop jacks. Drivers for many professional audio formats are included (read: ASIO).
Echo Indigo provides clean audio output your amplifier or amplified speakers thanks to the 24-bit, 96Khz audio digital-to-analog conversion, plus a premium headphone amplifier, with two outputs so two people can listen at the same time.
Echo Audio will also bundle WinDVD 4 with the Indigo for $29.95. The software includes Dolby Headphone surround technology, adding a "true" DVD audio experience to the high definition video on your laptop.
Type II Cardbus interface
Stereo Headphone Output, 1/8" mini jack (x2)
Supports true 24 bit, 96kHz audio
High quality digital to analog converters
High quality headphone amplifier
Analog volume control knob
Includes WinDVD software decoder
Greater than 111dB Dynamic Range (A-weighted)
Better than 0.003% THD+n @ -3dBFS, 1 Vrms output level Frequency response of 10Hz -- 22kHz, 0.25dB
Windows: Supports WDM, Wave/MME, DirectSound, ASIO, and GSIF
Mac OS X: Supports CoreAudio
Minimum PC Requirements:
Pentium III 500MHz or Athlon 500MHz
128 Meg RAM
G4 Powerbook or G3 Powerbook with Cardbus slot (excluding Lombard G3 Powerbook) Mac OS X
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