Creative Labs Sound Blaster PCI 128
Creative Labs Sound Blaster PCI 128

Sound Blaster PCI 128, Internal PCI/ISA Sound Card from Creative Labs.

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Average Score:3.0( 3/5 based on 2 reviews )
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ringspun's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" was working but must paramtrer correctly"

Creative Labs Sound Blaster PCI 128
not chre price.
with between SPDIF output has be perfect.
noon jack keypad.
compatibility with Cubase via ASIO multimedia driver or asio 4 all


yes the driver is stable and easy to install (automatic in xp)
asio 4 all most relevant
cubase walk with this card
Only 1 track simultaneous recording (was enough)
latency 1024 or 2048 it esy to say 20 ms or 40 ms (one crazy latency simply compensate).


install without problem
Stable single arch archi


I had one before, but I knew not compensate for the latency in cubase.
I had the opportunity to compensate for the latency cubase again later and works nickel.
with asio 4 all and a good pc it works great.
with a smaller style pc pentium 2 also works.
the better it is to find one with optical or SPDIF output between to run it with a table.
but otherwise it works very well with the mini jack line between the sound is warm good preamps.
was enough to make a super model.

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Obsolete, yet it still works!"

Creative Labs Sound Blaster PCI 128
some very good sounds. Works with any instrument with a MIDI port, as my synth. Great for someone who has no synth at the start and to get used to read the notes on staves. It is used with a PC with at least the config windows 98 SE, and if 64-bit mode for compatibility. I currently use it on my pc fixed under Windows XP Service pack 2.


On a desktop PC that is never connected to the Internet, the drivers have not changed since my stuff on that old, there is no system of regular updates.
I use most often Midisoft Recording session, recovered from a soundcard noon version dating from 1996.


If you have the system compatibility mode that are under 64-bit Windows systems, then there is no problem for XP and 7 but not easy under Vista.
I never consulted the manual, because I use Recording session for the simplest thing: creating music by pasting notes made virtual shot mouse clicks.


I use this software since October 1996. Even if we can not record with the wave, it does not mean that it is sufficient to create partoches to read the disk synth (for the sound, I use another software.) The disadvantage is that we can not print the partition. Reading is like for barrel organs, except that it is displayed in notes made and not dots and dashes.