First post, by kalm_traveler
Hey guys, I apologize for the doofy question but I googled a bit and can't find what hardware is used to 'fix' a wavetable card to a sound card.
Specifically, I'm using a Roland SCB-55 wavetable card on an Aureal Vortex 2, and noticed immediately that the SCB is hanging quite a lot. Inspecting the two cards, I notice that they both have 4 small holes that line up with each other around where the wavetable card goes, which makes me think that some engineer foresaw this dilemma and came up with some kind of mechanism to more securely attach the two together but I'm not finding what exactly is supposed to use those holes.
Anyone know what I need to be looking for?
in the installation manual it refers to these things as plastic spacers but mine didn't include any and it seems like you'd need something to pull the two together...
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