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Intel High Definition Audio

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  1. (HD Audio), device driver interface (DDI) for audio and modem drivers developed by Intel

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  2. refers to the specification released by Intel in 2004 for delivering high-definition audio that is capable of playing back more channels at higher quality than previous integrated audio codecs like AC97

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  3. During development it had the codename Azalia

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  4. Hardware based on Intel HD Audio specifications is capable of delivering 192 kHz/32-bit quality for two channels, and 96 kHz/32-bit for up to eight channels

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  5. However, as of 2008, most audio hardware manufacturers do not implement the full high-end specification, especially 32-bit sampling resolution

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