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Oh, I've been silently lurking around.
Watching the "action" in CPU forum and doing some occational cleaning.
Not around answering questions so much now since people are usually quite quick to...
This should be of interest of anybody who owns the SoundBlaster Live! or Audigy cards.
outside, you're right.
But there has been lots of tests which shows that Lame beats the crap out of them all no matter source material or type of music.
No matter what settings, even at best...
Lame is the best. It's continuously developed every day.
Follow this link for more info:
April 27th, 2002, 02:54 AM
They've done something similar before with SB AWE64. It was supposed to be able to play 64 MIDI voices polyphony. But they didn't say anything that it's only 32 voices which are played in hardware....
April 26th, 2002, 08:12 AM
My point is that the fact that they advertise it to support 24bit sound, when in fact all it does is to downsample it down to 16.
That is why I agree with this guy that people should go out and...
April 25th, 2002, 07:41 PM
Just a small correction. The ads are actually a part of AOL's banner program.
But still, it's funny to read the FAQ, then come to winamp.com and seeing a banner advertising Audigy. =P
April 25th, 2002, 07:33 PM
This is the link to the help page for the latest DirectSound output plugin for Winamp.
First question in the FAQ section:
The irony is that one...
April 25th, 2002, 07:16 PM
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October 22nd, 2001, 11:35 AM
Here you go:
The drivers for AD 1845 should work on your card.
October 15th, 2001, 04:26 AM
48 KHz doesn't require digital output.
And your card will support 48 KHz nevertheless.
October 10th, 2001, 04:49 PM
It does support 48 KHz.
October 8th, 2001, 12:35 AM
July 25th, 2001, 06:04 PM
Actually, his CPU runs at 100 FBS. So all his memory would be running at PC100 anyway.
The only difference is that 7.5 ns memory and 8 ns memory will run at different speed. But the difference is...
July 22nd, 2001, 01:39 AM
In fact, you can put up to 2 8MB 30 pins SIMM on AWE32. But the card for some reason will only be able to address max 12 MB of memory.
I know it because I am using an AWE32 with 8 MB memory...
July 20th, 2001, 02:05 PM
It might also be a jumper on the MB which needs to be changed in order to disable the onboard sound.
You should look in the manual.
If you don't have the manual, you might try to look for some...
July 15th, 2001, 07:55 AM
Depends on how much your board can divide the PCI bus to.
If it's more or less close to 33 MHz, there shouldn't be any problem. I think up to 40 MHz should be still OK.
June 29th, 2001, 03:08 PM
The only thing onboard RAM are used for are to store MIDI sample banks. If you never use MIDI, then simply set it to use no MIDI samples and it should use no RAM. Besides, the samples just take up...
June 23rd, 2001, 12:42 AM
Drivers for Cirrus Logic:
Drivers for the Aztech is here:
"It gives me an error" Well, that was helpful.
Exactly what error do you get?
Write the error down word for word and not "something like that".
I use a SBAWE32 ISA on my Win2K Professional...
Umm.. it would be useful if you could tell what kind of error you get and what OS the servers are runnign as well as CPU type and speed and all other basic information.
Any card based on the Yamaha XG chip usually have a jumper do enable or disable the onboard amp. When buying a card, look for a pair of jumpers close to the jack holes.
April 27th, 2001, 05:54 PM
That's exactly the point I was trying to make.
I DO NOT want to make any adjustment on the card. I want my soundcard to play as much neutral sound as possible. I don't want the soundcard to...
April 26th, 2001, 04:15 PM
Well the SB64 is really based on SB32, which is again based on SB16.
All these cards use the same SB16 sound chip. SB16 didn't have hardware wavetable, while SB32 and SB64 have hardware wavetable....
April 24th, 2001, 02:05 PM
Changing the soundcard won't probably make any difference in gaming performance.