Test Your ASIO Latency For Free

Windows XP downloadable test utility available from CEntrance      13/07/06
Test Your ASIO Latency For Free


If you are a PC user, checking the round-trip latency of your computer audio setup has just been made easier as CEntrance has announced that its new ASIO Latency Test Utility (LTU) is available as a free download at their website. What it is
The CEntrance ASIO Latency Test Utility is a Precision Microsoft Windows tool to measure audio delay in your computer setup. It measures the true round-trip latency of your computer audio setup, from input to output via an ASIO driver. You can use the LTU to test different hardware, drivers and applications.
How it Works
LTU works by sending a short pulse through your audio interface and measuring the time it takes for the pulse to return. It's accurate within .5 ms. Actual latency will vary depending on hardware configuration.
Compatibility
LTU is compatible with any computer running Windows XP with at least one ASIO driver and corresponding hardware installed. You don't need to use an audio recording application to measure the roundtrip latency of your hardware. LTU takes the place of the recording application for the duration of the test.
How to get it
Just register with CEntrance, and they will send an email with instructions to download. If you are already registered you can just download the LTU from the store.
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