I also like the idea of making a SB Pro or SB16 more backwards compatible with an original SB 1.x or 2.0.
Temu and/or his VSB brother did use the Sound Blaster DAC, after all.
So if a TSR could provide that compatibility, it would be nice and useful for VMs with emulated SBs.
Or ancient emulators on Amiga/Macintosh platforms.
These too do support PC Speaker and SB Pro emulation (thinking of Virtual PC 3, 4 etc).
That being said, writing such an emulator isn't that hard.
The hard work, the glue logic (EMM386/QEMM support and i/o interception) was made already available through Temu.
Now it's necessary to alter the parameters for Tandy emulation to match the SAA1099s chips.
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