SNAMM05: Behringer Releases New BCA2000 Windows XP Driver

Version 2 greatly improves B-CONTROL Audio/MIDI Interface      23/07/05

Behringer have made the BCA2000 Windows® XP driver Version 2 available for downloading free-of-charge at the BEHRINGER website. The B-CONTROL AUDIO BCA2000 is a high-speed USB 2.0 multi-channel audio/MIDI interface with ADAT® support, multi-channel outputs, and an extensive monitor control section. A total rebuild of the BCA2000 USB2.0 device driver, the BCA2000 Windows® XP driver Version 2 offers a remarkable improvement in reliability and performance, as well as new features.
Main Features
  • Greatly improved stability as compared to the old driver. Many inconveniences are substantially reduced with the BCA2000 Windows® XP driver Version 2
  • Drastic reduction in system load, giving the user more remaining power resources such as more audio tracks, software instruments and effects
  • New switchable USB1.1 mode (for USB2.0 hosts only) with full support for ASIO/WDM that is ideal for applications where system load is critical. The BCA2000 Windows® XP driver Version 2 will reduce interruptions, audio dropouts etc
  • New WDM settings page in BCA2000 Control Panel allowing users to select recommended bit depth, sample rate and number of output channels
  • Greatly simplified driver installation process – simply double click on the 'Set-up.exe' More info:
  • www.behringer.com


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