Turtle Beach Santa Cruz
Turtle Beach Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz, Internal PCI/ISA Sound Card from Turtle Beach.

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Average Score:3.0(3/5 based on 1 review)
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Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Turtle Beach Santa Cruz
PCI 16/48 type: Game 5.1
Edge connections:
out1, out2, out3/num coax out, line in, mic in
connections on board:
as, to, cd, dig in
and 2 expansion ports that will never leave: (
foune very well for this type of card.
I very much rate this section because the Inteligentes outs are based on DSP (crytal 4630) for a liver that is used on this map (murrelet theater and Terratec sixpack have the same dsp but have not implemented the small aditional hardware which allows to use this feature)
yes but what is out of inteleigent?
levels adjust to the load: when you plug a headset you have a powerful headphone level without saturation. when you plug in an amp ... ditto

for use creatives murres and Terratec is the card that offers good rack without even the headphone output

course is that the 16/48 with 20 bit dac not more than 8 / 10
the control panel of the card is correct, bcp uglier than Terratec, more complete than that of SB


Then ask the drivers provided bcp problem ....
18Meg after downloading new ones: (((for those in rtc
everything is same as 2000 nikel

it is noted that the dsp drivers are very far from the in-house generic versions found on murres and especially on the Terratec.
they offer unique features (multiple wave out mode 98 and WDM!)


Stables yes
updated fairly often (2 or 3 months)
problem of compatibility with the athlon chip sis ..
is a card GAME
in my opinion much better than Live 5.1
from a audigy, no idea ..


For 1 year

probably the best gamer sound card 16/48, a year ago.
Found in France today, as much as a audigy ...
hum. ...
the conclusion is dificult ...