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I have a device (Lynx) which can take audio from 8 mice and saves the files into my machine using graph edit. In windows they provide driver and I can access mice and can save files. I want to do the same on a Mac. Here how I will access this device. I don't have a driver. Its a PCI card.

Can anyone provide some valuable help Thanks in advance

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How do you get audio from mice? – gabe Mar 4 '10 at 7:17
@gabe: From their ears. ( – KennyTM Mar 4 '10 at 7:44
I have a device called lynx its giving input from mice.. Its a pci device – Anonymous Mar 4 '10 at 8:07
@sijith - do you mean one of these products - In which case, I think perhaps you mean "mics" as an abbreviation of microphones, rather than "mice" (which, in English, is the plural of mouse) – Ed Harper Mar 4 '10 at 8:15
yes sir.... This link only... My card is lynx AES16. I want to use this card with MAC – Anonymous Mar 4 '10 at 8:35

Download the drivers from and the card should just show up in CoreAudio in the same way as the built-in Mac audio devices. There is sample code at for recording audio via CoreAudio.

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