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Eesox Audio Mixer

The Eesox Audio Mixer mixes audio from a CD-ROM drive with computer generated sound. It is capable of driving various audio output devices such as:

  • Internal Speaker
  • Headphones
  • Active Speakers
  • Audio Amplifier / Hi-Fi System
This unit is designed for the Acorn RISC PC 600 only as the 700 and StrongARM Risc PCs already have such a device.

Date : 1995

Manufacturer : Eesox

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH33149. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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