Reply 301 of 307, by Retroit
I have one and testing it at present moment. I'll say it very good platform for retro gaming - compact and have enough power. In DOS integrated SB16 can be easy configured via Unisound util. And DOS games well work with this SB16 clone - tested with Wolfenstein 3D
Reply 302 of 307, by BitWrangler
Joseph_Joestar wrote on 2021-04-18, 11:02:
Avance Logic ALS100 (not plus) is pretty much a SB16 without the bugs.
Those cards tend to be quite noisy though, at least mine is.
I've had a few of those pass through, think I still own 2, and same for ALS4000s.... the hissyness seems to depend on the individual card... identical looking cards, one hissy, one quiet... IDK if they're sensitive to precise capacitor values, or slight varying component quality or something, but it seems to be luck of the draw.
2017: Basement full of ancient PC stuff, starting to go through it. 2021: Still starting, heh, many setbacks. So what's this BitWrangler guy's deal ??? >>> Taming the pile, specs to target?
Reply 303 of 307, by Ulfenknulfen
Hello. I had an ALS100 with quite a bit of hissing interference. Replacing capacitors has helped.
Reply 304 of 307, by TechieDude
Reply 305 of 307, by Jo22
Hi, did you check my older thread already ? 🙂ALS120, ALS100 Plus audio fix ?
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Reply 306 of 307, by Ulfenknulfen