Memory is fuzzy on specifics. Im noob at this.. I just download it today. Return to General Old Hardware. Not sure if you guys are still there. However, I cannot seem to find much information on this particular model, the ESF. It’s very quiet, the drivers are small and easy to use, especially if you like command line tools.
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Can anyone clarify that the Wavetable works? I just download it today. It may have been Warcraft II or it may have been some Apogee game. YouTubeFacebookWebsite.
There is lots of good stuff to talk about. It’s using the ESF chipset, the specs of which can be found here: I wonder if this messes with output quality at all?
I will give it a go during the weekend Since it have a Wavetable, does anyone know a good daughterboard that I can buy from Ebay? Your card isn’t equipped with wavetable on board, unfortunately.
I think I remember some games natively supporting the ESS As in being able to select it specifically from a sound configuration utility The few small caps are all intact and look okay, and traces on the board are good.
SB16 emulation works perfectly.
Only negative I found is that on all 3 cards ahdiodrive wavetable Stereo gets reversed. The has a hardware wavetable header, but in saying that I have an example of the on which the wavetable header did not work.
I haven’t tried the but if you read the spec sheet google for ityou’ll find that the wavetable header requires a TSR.
VOGONS • View topic – ESS AudioDrive (ES) – a surprisingly good ISA sound card
Nice card, I like the real OPL3. Not sure if you guys are still there. Or how to get the Wavetable work? It’s very quiet, the drivers are small and easy to use, especially if you like command line tools. I beginning to “like” this card. Google [Bot]luckybobMMaximusPluto and 9 guests. Need to audiodribe drivers for this particular one as well.
Compaq Premier Sound ESS AudioDrive Es1869 ISA Sound Card ES1869F X071
The default drivers loaded by windows are all that’s needed to run the card in windows. These cards are great for both windows and dos retro gaming.
The MPU also works well This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. Memory is fuzzy on specifics.
All hail the Great Capacitor Brand Finder. The wavetable is muted by esw, and it’s labelled ‘Aux1’ or something like that. The drivers from vogons are only needed for DOS operation. Return to General Old Hardware.
However, I cannot seem to find much information on this particular model, the ESF. FM music sounds very nice.