First post, by perhenden
I've got the STB SoundRage 32 Pro "USA201 rev A".
It has 512KB RAM (SOJ, no SIMM slots) and no TEA6330T chip.
I found a bit of info at "STB SoundRage 32 / 32 3D" at https://www.dosdays.co.uk/topics/Manufacturer … stb_systems.php (typo in FCC-id, site owner notified).
It works with the 2.34 Interwave driver, possibly others.
Is there a way I can dump the current ROM? Is the MX chip near the RAM the one that stores the ROM?
If I overwrite the ROM, it is gone forever, right?
Is it realistic that the ROM is something worth archiving, or do I anyway want to use the latest Compaq Ultrasound one? (From STB Ultrasound 32 Pro (Compaq Interwave sound card) - The comprehensive guide)
Identifiers from the PCB:
STB Systems USA201 rev A, T3512-113A. CD_IN, LINE_IN. InterWave AM78C201KC. Year 1996, week 45. FCC id EKSUSA201. PNP id ADV550a "Interwave STB".