Sound Master PC card, etc.

From: Cord Coslor <>
Date: Thu Jan 29 19:52:50 1998

1) Here's an item that I am curious to learn about. I will transpose a written
description of this item... I hope it actually falls into the classic computing
category. Anyway, it is called the Sound Master PC and it says it is "a total
music and sound card.... sound and speech run through a direct memory access
(DMA) driven 8-bit digitizer. Sound Master PC incorporates an extra microchip
witha three-voice capability, the latestd esign for multi-part music and
special effects. Combined sounds go to the built-in stereo amplifier...."
    Here's what I'm really interested in... "Sound Master PC also has digital
joystick ports which accept the 'fun' types of Atari, Commodore, or other
game-machine joysticks. ...."
    "The board fits into any available slot on your PC. Mini stereo-speaker jack
and dual joystick ports are accessibe through the rear mounting bracket. The
package includes external speakers, plug-in board, instructioons, and a one-year

Does anyone know who might have made this unit? What year? Are the joystick
ports really any good? I run a digital joytsick (Atari) through my Printer
port.... but this sounds completely different.

Feel free to add some input. Oh, how much would 'you' pay for something like
this. I have the opportunity to get up to ten of these things and am curious
what they're worth. ANyone else want to get in on the deal with me?

I also have access to these:

2) Voice Master Digitizer for the IBM, Apple, and Commodore Computers.
3) The Speech Thing-- allows recording sounds through the printer port.
4) C-20 cassettes (10 minutes per side) -- 20 for $6.60. Unused cassettes in
unused plastic case-NEW!
5) 1000 tractor-feed mailing labels for $3.95.
6) New 5 1/4" disks 100 for $5.40 (Single-sided, single or double density)
7) 100 Double Sided, Double Density 5.25" for $5.50 --
8) also new 8" disketes for $1.00 a piece!

Let me know on some of this stuff and we can work out a deal.

Love to get more info on it all,


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