A new driver library has been released for the Prelude soundcard and comes with several bugfixes and improvements such as improved MPEGit anti-clicking, etc… The Prelude 1200 is the A1200 version of the original Prelude and is designed to connect to the clock-port of the A1200. For desktop A1200’s, the prelude has a special backplate designed to fit the rear of the A1200 containing all the connectors. It has three stereo inputs and a single stereo output connector. It also contains an internal CD-ROM connector for passing the CD-ROM audio to the sound card as well as being able to pass-thru the Amiga’s native audio. Prelude uses the CS4231A sound processor and DSP capable of playing ALaw, uLaw, 8bit, 16bit and ADPCM encodings.

 

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