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Revision as of 21:33, 21 February 2017

Creative Sound Blaster 32 PnP
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Bus type ISA
Bus width 16-bit
Bus speed 8 MHz
8-bit ISA compatible?
Manufacturer Creative Labs
Chipset CT1749
Compatible with Sound Blaster, 30-pin SIMM
Connectors Mic, Line in, Line out, Speaker out, Gameport
Requires -5VDC? No
Requires -12VDC? Yes
Config method PnP
Model CT3620
Full duplex Unknown
Max sample rate Unknown
Channels 2
FM synth CQM
CD Audio in:SBCD, MPC
PC Speaker in:Dupont-2
Aux in:None
Phone (TAD) in/out:None
Line out:None
SPDIF out:Dupont-2
SB Link:No
Factory memory Unknown
Max memory 28MB
29,360,128 B
CD interface IDE
IDE Controller
IDE buses 1
Primary? N
Secondary? Y
Tertiary? Y
Quaternary? Y
ROM type None
Driver Missing download URL

The Sound Blaster 32 PnP is an update to the Sound Blaster 16 with the WavEffects (EMU8000) chip from the AWE32. It is one of the few Creative Labs cards that can take standard 30-pin SIMMs to increase the memory available for MIDI instrument samples.

It is very similar to the Creative Sound Blaster AWE32 PnP (IDE), but with a CT1749 instead of the CT8903 (AWE32) chip. It also has a SPDIF output connector, which the AWE32 does not.

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