What is High Definition Audio

Posted on Friday, Dec 23 2005 @ 07:21 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Everything you need to know about High Definition Audio, a high-quality audio standard present on Intel PCI Express chipsets.

High Definition Audio, also known as HD Audio or by its codename, Azalia, is an audio standard created by Intel to be used on their chipsets, i.e. it is a standard for high-quality on-board audio. In this tutorial we will explain more about this feature.. Read on over at Hardware Secrets.


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