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Re: Sound Card Advice

Erik wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I am looking to replace my soundcard that didn't take well to its most
> recent shipping experience and I'm wondering if anyone could recommend to
> me what soundcard would be best.  I would use the card mostly for games,
> mostly in DOS or Win95, but I dabble from time to time with MIDI, mostly
> when I'm using Finale, at which time I'm simply using the keyboard on the
> computer, no actual MIDI devices.  Obviously I want something that is going
> to give me a better MIDI brass sound than did my old Pro Audio Spectrum 16.
>  So wavetable synthesis is a must.  Price is of some concern, and I'm not
> about to buy top of the line because I don't need it.  A middle of the road
> card with many features at a good price would be my target.
> I've narrowed it down to a two companies.  Either a card from the
> SoundBlaster line (the SB16, SB32 or AWE32) or perhaps a Turtle Beach card
> (Tropez, Tropez Plus, TBS 2000).  Does anyone use a different card that
> they would recommend, remembering that my main requirement is that it be
> SoundBlaster compatible.
> I would appreciate hearing from everybody, but I don't know that everyone
> else would.  Perhaps you could email me (not by replying, though) and if
> anyone else wants to hear what I've got I could post a summary or email them.
> Thanks for the help!
I am using an aztevc AT3300 which is also a combined 28.8 Fax Modem cost
approx 130.

e-mail me if you would like any further info

Regards & God Bless

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