The final configuration I used was: For all cards, you’ll want to grab the driver pack from Vogons Drivers. Throughout the 90’s, they made a variety of modems, sound cards, and other internal multimedia devices. Stereo is reversed SCSI: I have looked all over the card for any info about who made it or an FCC ID but it seems there are none but on the bottom of the card is “SRS 3-D stereo” I bet this only works in windows but would be good if it does in dos. Glean as much information from that thread as you can.
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Implementation Throughout the years, Aztech developed a number of different chipsets that implement various portions of the Sound Blaster protocol. I could never get audiio card to be detected by any of the Aztech drivers, so please let me know if there is a different process! Thanks to the folks over at Vogonsit was revealed that there were many other kinds of compatible sound cards and clones that were as good, if not better, than their Creative counterparts.
These are all first generation cards.
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The final configuration I used was: They all have the name P16IIB in the name, but there are 3 different sets. Once I find out a way to get the cards working in my machine, I will update this post. 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. Third Generation Cards AZT These cards are configured by a combination of jumpers on the board and software settings.
In order to do this, you need this line in your config. There are considerations for other chipsets: If something doesn’t work let me know.
Aztech ISA Sound Cards
The default settings for this card are: That’s the Intel PnP configuration manager. Also found some more that are indicated to be for Washington. It contains a complete backup of the Aztech FTP.
There isn’t a whole lot of information about this company besides what’s on their webpage.
Put them up on my Google Drive. If you are looking for a Sound Blaster Pro 2 compatible card without paying a similar price, the AZT based cards aren’t a bad buy. Windows 9x comes with the drivers and will auto detect the card. The album with 7 pictures are aaztech Last edited by cyclone3d on If you can, try to stick to other chipsets. What’s interesting about aztrch that come from Aztech is they tend to replicate features from the Sound Blaster extremely well. In this post, I’ll be covering cards from Aztech.
Aztech made some decently compatible cards.
I have looked all over the card for any info about who made it or an FCC ID 2302 it seems there are none but on the bottom of the card is “SRS 3-D stereo” I bet this only works in windows but would be good if it does in dos. 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.
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Also added some more that are just listed as being for Aztech also manufactured and retailed some of their own cards under the Sound Galaxy name. All hail the Great Capacitor Brand Finder. I’ve been putting together a retro-capable computer over the last year. Some cards support wavetable cards via the Waveblaster header. First and xztech generation cards those that are not AZT or AZT are said to be timing sensitive aztecj, so if you have a particularly fast machine faster than a then you might be better off getting a third generation card AZT instead.
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