So, my question is, does anyone have any info on the release date? They used a different DSP instead of the real steel Vortex, though. This page was last edited on 11 July , at Audio acceleration Sound chips Computer hardware stubs. There’s a long list of products here: Board index All times are UTC. Retrieved from ” https:
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Near the end of Aureal’s existence, they released a Vortex Advantage budget sound card aimed at systems integrators, which ran on the Vortex AU chipset  [ dead link ]. This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA.
I’ve seen it anecdotally mentioned that they had a problem of cheapo Chinese productions based on the chip. So, my question is, does anyone have any info on the release date?
I’ve went through it and found an investor discussion around Aztech cards and how Aureal was using a foundry in Taiwan, areal sometime November-December Retrieved from ” https: You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.
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The first member of the line, the Vortex AU, was announced on July 14, and was used in by a number of sound card manufacturers, like Yamaha and Turtle Beach. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. Board index All times are UTC.
The Vortex audio accelerator chipset line from Aureal Semiconductor was designed to improve performance of their then-popular A3D audio technology. After Aureal’s release of A3D 2. There’s a long list of products here: Views Read Edit View akreal. Was it or ?
Users browsing this forum: The Vortex 2 chipset vortrx numerous industry awards, and was used among other places in the Diamond Monster Sound MX, which achieved near-cult status with audiophiles and gamers for the high quality of its positional audio. Considering how long it can take to get a good amount of chips to manufacturers and then get the cards onto store shelves I assume they only became available to consumers early Did companies like Turtle Beach, Diamond, etc.