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[News] Individual Computers to build RepulseANN.lu
Posted on 10-Nov-2000 17:31 GMT by Teemu I. Yliselš7 comments
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Alien Design write: "The negotiation for the production of the REPULSE sound card is finished. Individual Computers, the company that brought you products like Catweasel and X-Surf, will produce and distribute the REPULSE. To start the production this year Individual Computers wants to have as much as possible pre-orders." The price for the card is around 250 Euros.

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Individual Computers to build Repulse : Comment 7 of 7ANN.lu
Posted by Southside on 13-Nov-2000 23:00 GMT
I have an 040 accelerated A1200 and towerized Video Toaster flyer.
For five years I operated a professional recording studio with Amiga
and Wintel computers along with digital tape gear. I know of no pro-
fessional Amiga soundcard. The current standard is 24bits not 16bits.
Mac and Wintel cards have multiple (between 4 and 24) balanced and
imbalanced analog and digital ins. The current digital standards are
S/Pdif (Sony Phillips Digital interface) Co-Axial and fibre-optic stereo,
AES/EBU on balanced XLR (mike) cables, Adat (8 Channel digital on fibre-
optic output) or TDIF (8 Channel Tascam format).Pro and semi-pro cards
generally have remote breakout boxes with input and output jacks.
The best hope for Amiga is VP software for the DE amiverse that accesses
wintel or mac cards or alternately PCI drivers and software for the new
PCI tower conversions. There hasn't been even a semi-pro Amiga card
available in the U.S. since sunrise 16 BIT.The Amiga has been great in
graphics and video but weak in sound since 8bit became obsolete.
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