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The most powerful audio processor by Creative
« on: July 30, 2005, 05:20:49 PM »
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About sixteen years ago, Creative Labs gave the PC its voice with the original Sound Blaster, which had an 11-voice FM synthesizer with text-to-speech capabilities, a MIDI/Gameport, and 8-bit mono fidelity. The discrete PC consumer audio market has since expanded and contracted, and Creative turns out to be the first and last man standing. Companies like Turtle Beach have scant presence in the sound card market today, and while newcomers like M-Audio using Via's Envy 24 audio controller have made things somewhat interesting, they don't really pose a serious challenge.



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