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Asound ALS120 Wave Audio Device Driver

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Asound ALS120 Wave Audio Device Driver

Resampling to This caused unavoidable intermodulation distortion when dealing with any If using 48 kHz samples or other audio, there was very little distortion.

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So, the analog side is excellent, the digital side is powerful, how do they go together? Extremely badly! Most users, Bryan included, put their cards in Audio Creation mode. What this does is bypass the entire digital side of the card and go straight to the CS For some reason, Creative was not very keen to make that very well known.

ASOUND ALS120 WAVE AUDIO DEVICE DRIVERS FOR WINDOWS 7

Surely then, here's a "motherboard" sound solution which has some meat behind it? Guess again. It has the exact same 7. And, as we're about to find out, the same codec. The codec on this card is an Analog Devices ADB and as the bottom image shows, there are really no other components on the card.

Some electrolytic capacitors and a DC regulator, which all codecs need anyway, regardless of how they're mounted. What, dear reader, is the ADB?

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Analog Devices has no product listing for it. The detective story now comes to the operating system, where the device identifies itself as "" - Yes, it's an Analog Devices ADB. No more, no less.

It does appear to be slightly customised, in so much as it is functionally identical but contains logic to detect the motherboard and refuse to work on any other motherboard! The silly thing is that the ADB is a very common motherboard audio codec.

A whole heap of software is installed to make it "look better" in the operating system, adding EAX through to 4. The card will not work with any other motherboard, even though it has no reason not to, it won't Asound ALS120 Wave Audio Device initialise itself - It'll just plain not show up anywhere. In essence, this is a bog standard onboard audio codec with some Creative crapware to slow down the system and a dose of marketing.

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As in "try not to step in the marketing". For what it Asound ALS120 Wave Audio Device and how its mounted, it essentially removes one of the two PCI-Express x1 slots from the motherboard for no reason at all. This, then, is actually a functional negative for the motherboard and it cost more than doing it right! Asus made motherboards, and the occasional video card. What was this sound card doing?!

We need to wind back to to find out what was going on. Asus already had some Xonar cards on the market and they were highly regarded for their transparency, as well as being a "known good" where onboard audio solutions were very hit and miss.

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