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 Turtle Beach Malibu At a Glance  
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arrowReleased: 1997?  arrowVersion: 0.00
arrowRated: 3.0/10arrow User reviews: (2)
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arrowSoftware: Win 95/98, Win NT, Win XP, OSX,
arrowHardware: PCI Card
Craig writes:
This is a cheapo audio card for those of us who don't have the money, or don't record often enough, to shell out for one of the big boys... It's an OK sounding card. The on-board synth sucks, of course. The big selling point to me was the s/pdif port so's I could dump stuff to DAT digitally. The built in MIDI port was a little buggy. It took a while to correctly configure the driver under '95, but my machine also has a Network adapter in it, and they like to hog the same resources/

Good Points
S/PDIF interface Built in MIDI port XTREMELY cheap
Bad Points
cheap price = cheap sound only one stereo in and 1 stereo out

 Turtle Beach Malibu Specifications:

Digital IOs:
1 S/PDIF I/O connector
Analog IOs:
1 Line in, 1 Mike in, 1 Line out
Midi IOs:
1 MIDI Port
Max tracks: 2
Maximum Resolution:44.1k@16 bits?

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