Audigy2 has ASIO support now?
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ASIO drivers for low latency (¡Ý2ms) multi-track playback and recording at 16-bit/48kHz*

http://www.mwave.com/mwave/viewspec....iteria=3568350



???

Actually, sucha quality ASIO drivers has been bundled with the Audigy 2 from the start (goes down to 2ms latency). I've been using original drivers without issues (even all possible inputs in use + some midi tracks with VSTi/DXi + effects --> < 10 ms latency). They're good enough for the card.

If your 'machine' is capable, then you can get even < 1ms latency by using Asio4All 'drivers' (naturally no multi-track recording capability like with original ASIO drivers -> limited as WDM (the nature of A4A drivers)).

Note!
Link you presented shows the technical information for Audigy 2 Value, which is not the same card as Audigy 2. Actually, you see some 'differences' on capability when you look next table (there is ASIO 2.0 drivers for Audigy 2 Value, supporting 24bit/96kHz -mode).

http://www.soundblaster.com/products...ct=10853&nav=3


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I thought one of the biggest criticisms for Audigy2 was its lack of ASIO support, and its requirement to upsample everything to 24-bit/48KHz?
 
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I thought one of the biggest criticisms for Audigy2 was its lack of ASIO support, and its requirement to upsample everything to 24-bit/48KHz?


ASIO dosn't work in 24 bit, thats the problem.
 
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