New Audigy XP Drivers

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Cameron Wilmot
Published Tue, Aug 27 2002 2:40 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Jun 16 2020 4:29 PM CDT
Our own Persian Immortal just let me know that there are new drivers available for users of Sound Blaster Audigy soundcards running Windows 2000 and XP. The drivers are dated 26th August 2002 and can be downloaded as a single 16mb zipped file from the Creative website.

Added features:
• Provides Dolby Digital decoding from external SPDIF Input.
• Speaker settings in Creative Audio Mixer are synchronized with Windows Multimedia setting.
• New presets and effects added

• Reduces excess reverb in MIDI while using software synthesizer
• Removes glitches when playing MIDI using SoundFonts®
• Removes distortion during AC-3 playback
• Performs recording without playback
• Improves multi channel wave file playback
• Hardware acceleration of Open AL.
• Fixed audio distortion and slow start up when resume from standby
• Fixed elevation bug causing muffled sound in some games
Download the latest driver from the Creative website

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