The last card is the NX Pro A couple of things to look out for for DOS support: Thanks for the link, btw, I did not found it previously. In this post, I’ll be covering cards from Aztech. All the cards with a “NX” suffix do. Stereo is reversed SCSI: I’ve posted about this a few times but now that more information is being collected I finally took the time to remove the stickers.
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When the parts are so much cheaper than their original retail price, it’s a lot more difficult to decide on just one set of parts.
The Aztech box claims “The only sound card that supports 4 sound standards”. Apart from that it seems to be the same card with the same featureset. Throughout the years, Aztech developed a number of different chipsets that implement various portions of the Sound Blaster protocol.
EXE while in the driver folder and see if you get FM music. That’s the Intel PnP configuration manager.
Triangle shaped card Wavetable key: This site hosts no abandonware. In this post, Sojnd be covering cards from Aztech.
It includes a genuine Yamaha OPL3 circuit. There may be a jumper on your board that allows you to select port instead of if you have it set tothen use that number instead. I believe that Rabanik is already working on a similar project for the Aztech cards.
I have the card boxed in two different versions, one Aztech and one CPS. It contains a complete backup of the Aztech FTP.
For all cards, you’ll want to grab the driver pack from Vogons Drivers. The Basic 16 looks very similar to the NX Pro 16, the only notable difference apart from a slightly different layout aound the missing volume wheel on the Basic I don’t know other cards that have such capability.
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Last edited by jesolo on The final configuration I used was: They say it’s simply Sound Blaster 2. This will be a constantly updated post as new information becomes available. I’ve posted about this a few times but now that more information is being collected I finally took the time to remove the stickers. It is not known if the sequence determines the chronological order that the cards were designed, but it’s a safe assumption for our purposes.
It is based on the third generation of sound cards with the AZT chipset if you have problems with finding the right drivers, let me know – I have that specific model’s drivers. I plan to use a similar style like on my Guide to the Sound Blaster Model numbers here: I tried a few but it did not work. Thanks for the link, btw, I did not found it previously.
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None of them aztch Sound Blaster The raised portion of the card in the middle is part of the modem logic What little info that is out there says the Rockwell chip is a “modem data pump” chip Spreadsheet info: This version features a I will check out that site also. Following that is usually a 3 digit number beginning with 8.
Stereo is reversed SCSI: I’ve attached the drivers for both models – either one should work. When I was growing up through the 90s, I only ever owned machines that had legitimate Sound Blaster cards in them.