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soundcard

(ˈsaʊndˌkɑːd)
n
(Computer Science) a printed circuit board inserted into a computer, enabling the output and manipulation of sound
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An all-in-one device compatible with PCs, Macs and iOS devices, the DDJ-WeGO3 has a built-in soundcard with its own audio ports for sound output, as well as doubling up as a charging station via a lightning cable when in use with an iPhone or iPad.
This pair of Bluetooth cans from soundcard makers Creative are an updated version of the firm's well-regarded WP300 headphones.
System requirements: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/ or later 10 MB hard disk space Soundcard or other MIDI device, CD-ROM, SVGA monitor Free Demo: http://www.
It has a built in soundcard, so no additional gear is needed, just connect it to your sound system and you're DJing.
The new range is intended for consumer audio applications such as PC soundcard applications, AV receivers, set-top boxes, surround sound processors, DVD recorders and Hi-Fi systems.
Because these headphones are USB-ready, there is no need for a soundcard or additional software.
Audiotools works in a WYSIWYG way and allows users to record whatever they can feed in their soundcard directly to disk.
Next year webcasting will enable people to view council meetings via the internet with soundcard and speakers.
The Audigy 2 ZS soundcard complements a growing family of products that enable DTS surround sound via the PC, including software-based DVD players PowerDVD (CyberLink) and WinDVD (InterVideo), and hardware speaker systems such as Creative GigaWorks and Creative MegaWorks.
For pre-recorded on-demand presentations users require an internet connection to a PC with a soundcard and speakers.
Worldwide Computer Products News-12 June 2001-TerraTec Electronic unveils new soundcard (C)1995-2001 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Keep in mind that the NaturallySpeaking software will "hear" voices differently when it's interpreting words recorded using the digital recorder, as compared to utterances it receives from direct input through a microphone and soundcard.