Recreation of a non-existent box for Multisound Classic

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Recreation of a non-existent box for Multisound Classic

Postby retrosoundi » 2019-5-09 @ 17:34

I have the Multisound Classic from Turtle Beach.

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I never saw a boxed version of this card and I always wondered what the original box for this card looked like. Does anyone have such a box in their collection? or at least picture of it ? I`m planning to recreate this box but have no idea how it could look like .
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Re: Recreation of a non-existent box for Multisound Classic

Postby retrosoundi » 2019-5-10 @ 07:02

Thank you so much for your help. Now, at least I have some starting point. The back of the box could be

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When assessing the size of the card, the box must be 40 x 20 x 15 at least (cm)
the front could be like this maybe
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Now i have got to find more but i know something more there are some mentions about 1992 win100 award windows magazine maybe there is more to find there. Thanx again :happy:
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Re: Recreation of a non-existent box for Multisound Classic

Postby cyclone3d » 2019-5-10 @ 14:58

You're welcome. It's kinda sad that there aren't any better pictures online.

Don't forget about this one from the first link. It looks like it is from either the top of bottom skinny edge of the box.

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Re: Recreation of a non-existent box for Multisound Classic

Postby bristlehog » 2019-5-12 @ 06:27

Someone here at Vogons had a boxed Multisound Classic. However, I can't recall who exactly.
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