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|29th August 2004, 15:35||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Turtle Beach Unveils Catalina Sound Card
If Creative Labs can be credited with giving the PC its voice, Turtle Beach is the company that let the PC sing. Over a decade ago, the company's ISA-based MultiSound sound card was the best PC sound card money could buy. It was also the first sound card I ever tested that could deliver better than 90dB of dynamic range.
Turtle Beach has undergone many changes since then (including an acquisition by software maker Voyetra), but the company has continued to make reliable cards like the Santa Cruz, based on Crystal Semiconductor's 4630 audio processor. Its latest offering, the Catalina, switches over to VIA's Envy24 audio controller and appears to be hitting a lot of the right chords. But can it really a carry a tune? Read on to find out.
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