Audio2000 PC/104-Plus Multi-Channel Sound Card February 1, 2015 Advanced Micro Peripherals — No Comments The Audio2000 Sound Card is a versatile and high performance 18-bit Sound Card that brings state-of-the art sound processing to the PC/104-Plus architecture. The Audio2000 provides 6 Output Channels and 2 Input Channels simultaneously. All audio paths are 18-bits wide which, with up to 48KHz sampling rate makes the Audio2000 an ideal solution for high performance embedded Audio and Multimedia applications. The built-in 18-bit sigma-delta Audio Codec conforms to the AC97 rev 2.2 specifications and features flexible sample rate adjustments down to 1 Hz resolution. A transformer-coupled serial S/PDIF output is also available as an option for Stereo Digital Output. The Audio2000 is supported by a suite of drivers for DOS, Windows95/98/NT/2000/XP and Linux. 6 Channels Audio supporting up to 6 speaker outputs3 Stereo Input pairs (including CDROM)18-bit Digital-to-Analog conversion 18-bit Analog-to-Digital during recording Optional 24-bit S/PDIF Stereo Output On-board Headphone Amplifier Drivers for DOS, Windows, Linux, RTOS Single +5V power supply About Advanced Micro Peripherals Advanced Micro Peripherals is a leading manufacturer of embedded video solutions - offering the latest MPEG-4 / H.264 codecs and video overlay / annotation technologies on a wide range of embedded board form factors including PC/104, PC/104-Plus, CompactPCI and miniPCI modules. The AMP range of rugged, long-life embedded video hardware is matched with comprehensive software to capture, display and record from multi-channel NTSC / PAL video cameras. AMP also offers an extensive range of PC/104, PC/104-Plus and EBX format embedded PCs (SBC), communication controllers and power supplies to create complete (COTS) solutions for use in military and industrial grade digital video recorders (DVR), telemetry and transportation infrastructure. The product range is designed and produced by our highly qualified team of engineers from our headquarters near Cambridge in the UK and is supported by sales teams in the UK and United States.