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November 25th, 1999, 12:58 PM
If your gonna be giving a party, it's not with desktop computers your gonna do it...
I mean when you give a party, you gotta have alot of BANG...
You might still want to get the Klipsch...
November 23rd, 1999, 09:56 AM
If you plan on buying the SQ2500, why not buy the 3500 which has the Vortex2 chip plus the advanced Motorola DSP processor that does Dolby Digital and Pro-Logic decoding and stuff?
November 16th, 1999, 01:27 PM
Hi Andrew! The problem is probably in your autoexec.bat. Look and see where it tries to load a AU30DOS.EXE or something like so. If the line is remmed out, unrem it. If it is not remmed out, rem...
November 9th, 1999, 12:52 PM
Hi Everyone! I just wanted to know if anybody here had a chance to try out these speakers. I listened to them in a computer store and I was really amazed by the quality that these speakers offer. ...
November 9th, 1999, 12:45 PM
La SoundBlaster Live! 1024 est une bonne carte de son Maestro. Parcontre, tu dois aussi avoir un bel ensemble de haut parleurs multimédia pour pouvoir écouté la qualité que cette carte peut...
October 21st, 1999, 09:18 AM
Booting to dos causes the buzzing?? Wow! Hmmm Are you using the real Diamond drivers or are you using the Aureal reference drivers? Because when I installed the reference drivers, I also got some...
October 20th, 1999, 11:24 AM
The price hurts... but it hurts even more not to have them. I could not find anybody that sells them either.
Do a search on Klipsch in altavista and I think you might find distributers.
October 20th, 1999, 10:57 AM
Teal, is this buzzing noise happening in all of your dos games or just one in particular? I say this because some dos games do not support DMA Channel 3.
Let me know and maybe we can help you...
October 20th, 1999, 10:33 AM
Hi, I used the reference drivers and I remember that when I launched certain applications, I would get this very loud and high pitch noise comming out of my speakers. I then went back to the...
October 19th, 1999, 02:26 PM
Don't they cost something?
October 15th, 1999, 02:18 PM
In one word: STREAMLINE! http://discussions.hardwarecentral.com/smile.gif I would sell the CDROM the DVD and the two sound cards and get 10X DVD with 40X CDROM capability and buy an MX300 sound card...
October 15th, 1999, 01:56 PM
Hi Richardri! I would recommend that you use the Diamond MX300 sound card. The card is gold plated and so offers a high quality connection. The card has awesome recording quality and if you don't...
October 15th, 1999, 01:46 PM
Hi Tealsocks! Make sure your AU30DOS.EXE driver is loaded in your AUTOEXEC.BAT to load your DOS Emulator for your DOS Games. Then, check in Windows Device Manager and make sure your have Sound...
October 15th, 1999, 12:52 PM
Hi Dynamus! If you go on the www.sblive.com web site, you will see that the Live! Platinum sound card comes with a daughter board that has a 5.1 Surround Sound DIN connector. So if you have a 5.1...
October 15th, 1999, 12:05 PM
Hi Tompa, I would go with neither one. If you have the money for good speakers, like 300$ US, go for the Klipsch ProMedia v2.400 system. It's a "REAL" 400 Watts surround system, with 4 speakers and...
October 15th, 1999, 11:53 AM
From the three SoundBlaster Lives you mentionned, you should go either for the MP3+ model or the X-Gamer model depending on what the included software interests you.
If you like...
October 15th, 1999, 09:02 AM
Does anyone know if Diamond or a brave Linux driver programmer is currently working on Diamond MX300 sound card drivers for Linux?
I would like to switch the OS of my PII to RedHat 6.1 but no...