The Digigram LX-MADI sound card performs ultra-stable 24/7 record/play operations with sub-millisecond round trip latency on its PCI Express interface. Its hardware-based architecture maintains performance regardless of the computational load of other applications running on the host system. This guarantees continuous quality of service in all demanding broadcast automation and on-air, video and post production workflows.
At a glance
The LX-MADI sound card delivers ultra-low latency and high stability for mission critical, 24/7 applications.
Record/play 64 optical MADI (AES10) channels with sub-millisecond round trip latency on PCI Express interface
Provides real time Multichannel audio digital interface with external equipments to broadcast automation and on-air, video and post production applications
Controls MADI channels from appropriate ALSA and WASAPI / DirectSound and ASIO drivers in Linux and Windows environments
Increase Production and Automation density: 64 I/O low latency channels driven by high precision clock synchronization
Secure content delivery: FPGA design and ultra-stable Linux and Windows drivers for 365/24 operation
True Real-time audio: Ultra-low latency (down to 1 ms round trip with 64/64 In/output streams)