The ES datasheet http: I have an integrated ES soundcard in my Compaq. If the same sound and same level, or volume, of sound is also passed through the right speaker then it will create the effect of the piano sound coming from the center of the two speakers – in essence from a “phantom” speaker. For some it’s fast, for some it’s slow. Board index All times are UTC. For example, if a piano sound is played through just the left speaker then we will perceive the sound as coming from the left side.

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There is also an issue with the game port on this card, detailed in the linked thread above. One could find out in the ES datasheet wheter FM data can still be send outside of it, or not.

YouTubeFacebookWebsite. Ses1868 is interesting is that this is a PnP card, but on a non PnP machine you can just give the executable some commands to setup everything. Maybe after reading this thread I should consider activating it again Do you know the differences between ES and ES?

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It has a jumper to select line or speaker out which is doa. I dug through my box of sound cards looking for a replacement and tried an: FM music sounds very nice. Off the top of my head, I remember the following: Board index All times are UTC. I picked up this handsome card recently and it’s the best AudioDrive I’ve found yet.


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The ESS is like thebut supports 48kHz sample rates. However on a PnP system, this doesn’t work! What am I missing?

MF ESF that has a very bare PCB and makes me think a lot of things got integrated into the chip at some point And I don’t know if the whole streamlining of the card through time is better or for worse.

It sounds rss1868 a great idea to me. No other 3D technology can offer the user a “set-and-forget” feature like ess186. I played around with an Intel tool and that lets you change some resources, but I prefer working with batch files. I didn’t spend to much time though, but I did try all the obvious things. I was able to turn the game port ess18668 CD-ROM connector off easily dis configure the wavetable header to port I will give it a go during the weekend But the idea seems to have gathered little traction.

Which chips do you have? Whats missing in your collections? The on board amp can be turned off easily via jumpers. Setup was easy enough and the Sound Blaster Pro compatibility seemed to be good, but it sounded like my speakers had been immersed in water. This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA.


This is where other 3D technologies fail. The default drivers loaded by windows are all that’s needed to run the card in windows.

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I also noticed that there are 6 extra pins in addition to the standard bit ISA stuff, you can see cos on the bottom left of the card, marked “P4”. Ideal for end-users and system assemblers, this is an ideal choice for an entry level budget priced sound card.

So I’ll do it to satisfy my own curiosity and other people can re-discover it later. What Tools or DOS software, to you use, to determine this?

Was this for some kind of proprietary Compaq bus? This site hosts no abandonware.