It doesn’t catch any noise from HDD reads like some Aztech cards unfortunately do it. Diamond put a rebranded Avance Logic chip on their card. If it weren’t for that, it would be a pretty darn good SB16 clone. I can’t remember if I uploaded this before or if anyone has seen it but this is what my CT AWE32 replaced, came with the machine I bought: I’m not sure if I should buy it or not It just used a pin connector instead of the standard pin. Is anyone out there with some experiences or further information?
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If it weren’t for that, it would be a pretty darn good SB16 clone. I’ll show connections scheme picture and setting up resources. Guess worst case scenario I could always try sourcing an OPL3 chip and soldering it in place of the clone.
As regards the sound quality I checked the amplified Speaker Out yet, it’s no more noisy than Aztech’s and similar zp. Tried some other speakers and it sounded reasonably good for a low end generic ISA sound card. Plugged it into an amplified speaker and with the volume up all the way I can just xo make out the music. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. It doesn’t catch any noise from HDD reads like some Aztech cards unfortunately do it.
Any suggestions on this board or should I throw it out and try again? Is anyone out there with some experiences or further information?
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I have shown this connection earlier only like interesting idea. It converts quickly and without delays, sound pitch doesn’t change. Can be amplified to make a good sound source. Sorry for my English if I speak not strictly correct. Out is 44,1 kHz always.
I’m not sure if I should buy it or not My Retro Gaming PC: Today it is reality. I assume it’s sls100 Soundblaster 16 clone anyway. Do the OpAmps fail or could it be something else? This site hosts no abandonware. I can’t remember if I uploaded this before or if anyone has seen it but this is what my CT AWE32 replaced, came with the machine I bought: I can’t imagine this is normal and the way it was when new.
I remember that picture you gave me here. I am also using the CMI again, in my system. Diamond put a rebranded Avance Logic chip on their card.
I found that AV can detect incoming signal not only at 44,1 kHz but at 48 kHz too. The hiss and noise is louder than the actual sounds it’s trying to play.
Did Mithloraite ever reach a verdict if the Yamaha xl his board is genuine of a remarked one? Despite having read this thread viewtopic. It sounded really awful with headphones plugged in and a set of speakers I had.
Would you be able to show us a photo? Do you think that is great decision to make TTL signal? Later I will tell more. But it has a little relevance to current topic about SB16 clones.