Overall I find this card to be a poor choice for a retro rig: I’m not sure if I should buy it or not Tried some other speakers and it sounded reasonably good for a low end generic ISA sound card. Two of your mainboards are based on intel chipsets without native ISA, so I expect them to have a bridge chip. Seems like one of the channel is slightly more noisy than the other one, i experienced the same thing on my CTB. Along with all the standard address settings you also have a jumper to set it between SB2.
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Then how is bit sound transferred: Masta 14 Jul Compatibility wise it did not seem too bad either, it even worked both sound and music in Comanche maximum overkill, which is a game that will often not work with many cards As you can see on the picture, this card is jumper galore.
Or at least know if the low power option is really the only difference. CT is OK for me regarding sound quality, it is better then the other creative cards. Creator of The Many Sounds of: While I worked it on the celeron I experienced some compatibility issues. However, the hardware also supports transfer bit sound data via 8-bit DMA channel.
Two of your mainboards are based on intel chipsets without native ISA, so I expect them to have a bridge chip. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here.
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No big deal anyway, the output quality and STN ratio is still better than many later sound blaster cards! Users browsing this forum: If you do not have yet dropbox you can be a great help to this project simply by registering using this link then installing the dropbox plugin.
Earlier I did use it with Audigy2 and X-Fi without problems. I found that AV can detect incoming signal not only at 44,1 kHz but at 48 kHz too.
If it weren’t for that, it would be a pretty darn good SB16 clone. I don’t know why it would sound terrible on some speak do it does but I’m glad I kept it.
Ok, very soon after I began testing this card I already had a nickname for it, the Tin Can.
I also like the fact that you mentioned the Sega Genesis. By the time the Descent demo song was over I had a whole orchestra of hung notes and during the playback i heard some sounds i had never heard before.
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Feel free to do whatever you need to do with it I’ll paste the link here as soon as it has finished uploading it’s over MB. The driver apparently worked well however it would not setup the card on port for some reason, but instead on port I’m not sure what that’s for or what sort of motherboards supported it. I have shown this connection earlier only like interesting idea.
This card is very timid with the low frequencies, like there’s a significant low cut. Seems like one of the channel is slightly more noisy than the other one, i experienced the same thing on my CTB.
Would you be able to show us a photo? But in any case it is very subtle, i may even be wrong here. Can you provide more details about those “very late consoles” with good analog circuitry?
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I typically frown upon consoles with YMs as the Genesis first came with the YM, and since the two chips sound different, I will privilege consoles with the YM Thus we get simple decision of sbpro compatibility issues on sb16 cards by using them separately.
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I also took a look at several ESS Audiodrive cards they had, and all had a weird additional edge connector past the bit ISA extension with an extra 6 pins 3 per side. Cannot think of much else now, also no opportunity to have a look at my own retro system with CMI now.