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    Can anyone help me identify the following soundcard.

    http://images.tradera.com/778/75914778_1.jpg

    It seems like a 16-bit isa that only use the 8-bit isa card.

    Could the daughtercard be memory or wavetable extension?

    JT

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    Quote Originally Posted by JT64 View Post
    Can anyone help me identify the following soundcard.

    http://images.tradera.com/778/75914778_1.jpg

    It seems like a 16-bit isa that only use the 8-bit isa card.

    Could the daughtercard be memory or wavetable extension?

    JT
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    Probably a wavetable add-on. Would have to see the other side to know for sure if it is realy an 8 bit card, probably not.
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    Looks like a common Crystal chip set, probably an FM type sound card. Yes, the add on card is probably a Wavetable upgrade (i.e. upgrades the common FM card to a wave table type card). If you don't see any company names on the card, it's probably a generic knock off of something common - probably Sound Blaster compatible. You might check Crystal Semiconductor's web site. They may have generic information and drivers for the chip set that may tell you more.

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