Sound Blaster CT1350B

Sound Blaster SB2.0 8 bit Sound Card 1991 Reference: CT1350B
 
The Sound Blaster family of sound cards was for many years the de facto standard for audio on the IBM PC compatible system platform, before PC audio became commoditized, and backward-compatibility became less of a feature.
 
The creator of Sound Blaster is the Singapore-based firm Creative Technology, also known by the name of its United States subsidiary, Creative Labs.
 
Sound Blaster 2.0 added support for "auto-init" DMA, which assisted in producing a continuous loop of double-buffered sound output and increased the maximum playback rate to 44 kHz (the same maximum as the Sound Blaster Pro, released around the same time). The earlier Sound Blaster 1.0 or 1.5 could be upgraded to support auto-init DMA by replacing the socketed V1.00 DSP with a V2.00 DSP, which was available from Creative Labs.-
 
Our card in the original packaging has been kindly donated by Daniel and Matthew Ladbury

Date : 1991

Manufacturer : Creative Labs

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4012. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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