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Old 21st January 2017, 03:22 AM   #1
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Default Old school (ladder DAC) Linux-compatible sound card?

Hi, does anyone out there know if there was ever a sound card made with an old-school ladder DAC chip (like the PCM1704 or PCM63) that was compatible with Linux?

I looked into the Digital Audio Labs CardD, I emailed DAL and it turns out a working Linux driver for it never got made :/

I thought if anyone knew, it would be here
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There was a Creative sound card long ago which used TDA1387. Probably too old to be supported now. Nearest thing would be one of these - https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm...ucket=4#detail
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Thanks, do you remember the name of the sound card?
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No, probably had 'Soundblaster' in the name though.
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Soundblaster AWE64 build a nos dac with tda1387
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Soundblaster AWE64 build a nos dac with tda1387
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