hi version 1.0b3 released changes: * removed 'swap front and rear' feature to avoid confusion. users can re-assign their front and rear outputs by using built-in OS X functions * added support for 24-bit playback for 10k2-based cards known issues: * after 5-10 min sound becomes distorted === This is ALPHA build, use it on your own risk. Features: * 16-bit and 24-bit playback on most 10k1/10k2 cards * supports up to 8 speakers (configure them in OS X 'Audio and MIDI' panel) * should support SPDIF and headphones outputs, if applicable * supports external modules (LiveDrive) * supports hardware volume control and mute Unimplemented: * recording * SPDIF/AC-3 passthrough * 16/24-bit recording on 10k2/audigy/audigy2 cards * kX DSP and routing, no custom DSP effects, SDK and API * hot-plug for PCMCIA device (Audigy2 ZS notebook) - surprise removal will probably cause a lock-up or kernel panic * any sampling rate except 48000Hz not supported, OS X uses built-in SRC, which is quite good Known issues: * E-mu E-DSP cards are supported, but their FPGA firmware is not uploaded by default. If you are using Hackintosh, you will need to install kX driver, ensure audio is OK and reboot into OS X, this way FPGA firmware will be preserved and you will get audio. * When installing under Leopard, you may need to reboot after you run the installer, because leopard won't load driver KEXT file * audio samples in 'Sounds' preference may sound distorted in Leopard (due to unknown reason) ==== Please report any bugs to this thread: "1.0b3 bug reports" ==== Download: kXAudioDriver-1.0b3.dmg E.