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[News] individual Computers at AmiGBG in Gothenburg, Delfina in productionANN.lu
Posted on 19-Mar-2003 19:45 GMT by Jens Schönfeld9 comments
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individual Computers will exhibit at this year's AmiGBG show in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Finally, the high-end soundcard Delfina is in production, and will (with a little luck) be sold for the first time at AmiGBG. On march 29th, the Amiga-show AmiGBG will take place. The event takes place for the third time this year, and we'll attend for the first time as an exhibitor. We will present new and known products from our palette together with our long-term partner GGS-Data. The scandinavian Amiga-community is very active and most notably creative, therefore we're especially looking forward to this event!

With a little luck, we'll have our latest product in our luggage: After an extremely long wait, the soundcard Delfina went into production. Nearly one year ago, we announced the last technical changes, that are already outdated today. The most important change is probably the split of the product into two boards. The updated product description on our website confirms what many people already assumed since the Catweasel MK3 PCI/Flipper is out: The new Delfina is a combined Zorro/PCI card. The first stage of this high-end soundcard will be available in Germany starting April 7th, 2003. Pre-orders are taken by our retail partners.
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Posted by Lando on 19-Mar-2003 18:57 GMT
At last... seems like I've been waiting for the Delfina almost as long as I waited for the new Amiga :-)
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Posted by priest on 20-Mar-2003 04:39 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Lando):
Same here.
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Posted by fibbles on 20-Mar-2003 05:30 GMT
It'd be cool if they made a MorphOS version.
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Posted by Anonymous on 20-Mar-2003 06:40 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (fibbles):
???

It's a soundcard, so it just plugs into the Peg's PCI slots.

If you mean the driver, there's an AHI driver for it, which I would hope MOS supports - it doesn't have Paula, after all...
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Posted by Anonymous on 20-Mar-2003 07:15 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (fibbles):
duuuhhhhhh!!!!!
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Posted by Don Cox on 20-Mar-2003 07:18 GMT
This is good news.

Thanks to Jens for doing the hardware, and to Martin for AHI. Without AHI, we would be stuck.
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Posted by Ole-Egil on 20-Mar-2003 08:09 GMT
Dunno how I'm gonna stay away from AmiGBG now...
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Posted by John Niclasen on 20-Mar-2003 10:19 GMT
This is so good news!!! :)

A friend and I perform at local basketball matches with synths and computers. I've been using an A1200 with my own sample player software for many years. I really look forward to use this soundcard in our performances. A really nice upgrade!
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Posted by Andy on 25-Mar-2003 09:43 GMT
Guys!

Would anyone tell me any advanteges of this scrap agains cheap and cool SB Live! 5.1?

thanks
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