Granted, DAX is primarily intended for the digital modes. Many Flex 6K users are also using it effectively for remote operations. KY6LA has a current thread discussing his method.
Perhaps DAX has merit for another purpose...
http://www.k4qky.com/audio-handling/digital-audio-processing-for-the-flex-6300 describes K4QKY's scheme for outboard software based transmit audio processing for the phone bands utilizing the Flex-6300's DAX capability.
What do you think?
I am noticing anywhere between a half second and second delay in the audio I listen to locally to the audio I listen to over a wide area network. I am using Remaud to transport the DAX audio remotely over the Internet. However, once one gets use to it, the delay is quite easy to live with. Hopefully, all this will go away when Flex delivers the "promised land."
No perceptible delay with Breakaway Live set to the "low latency" setting as discussed in my article. Alternatively, you can enable ASIO4ALL driver but I prefer not to. If using other software based systems such as Ableton Live or the Live Professor VST plugin host, the ASIO4All driver is typically necessary.
p.s. more about ASIO4ALL at http://www.asio4all.com/