Re: Making a Sound card
Oh my... your making a sound card? Tell me.. what high powered argon laser are you using for deriving the silicon for the processor on the sound card and what high density PCB are you using for your microscopic overlay procedures?? ROFL, I am being mean. So you all the tools I listed above, either that, or explain what you are doing.
For a Soundcard card, you would need to use an I23V PCI Interface with an overlay of around .23mm or so, maybe .21 if you had a JF-4 modulation tool to prime the PCB with. After you modulate the PCB to be I23, you will need to create the logistics interface, which should be written to the (depending on the sampling rate pinnacle of the card) A5, A6, or A8 sectors of the PCB-S1 of the card (that is the point nearest the junction of transistors near the lower left bottom of the card).
Seti says> Give the kid a break and lighten up.