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Turtle Beach Montego DDL Sound Card



“Effects” is definitely my favorite tab because it allows the user to drag each speaker in the picture so that you can have it set up exactly how your setup looks like. For me, I have the sub somewhat in the middle and then my rear speakers mounted behind me and my front speakers in the front of me.  In the next column, you can tell the program what kind of environment you’re in. I told the program that I was in a large room (the basement) and that it was a music pub.

The last tab is “Mixer”, which is where you can modify the sliders for Wave, SW Synth, Microphone, CD Player, Line-In, and Master volume; just like the default mixer in Windows.

Included with the control panel software is a demo for “Audio Surgeon” and a program called “Recording Station”.  Since “Audio Surgeon” is a demo, I couldn’t do much, but I snapped a shot of the program so that you can get a gist of what it’s about.  The screenshot on the right is the “Recording Station”, which was fun messing with because it was really easy to make some pretty wild sounds.  




Brand Turtle Beach
Model TBS-3300-01
Audio core
Channels 7.1
Sample Rate 96KHz
Digital Audio 24-bit
Hardware Decode Dolby Digital, DTS
Line In Yes
SPDIF In Up to 16bit/48kHz
SPDIF Out Optical
MIC In Yes
Interface PCI
Operating Systems Supported Windows 2000 Professional / Windows XP / Windows XP Media Center
Features Front Out, Surround Out, Sub/Center Out, Rear Out, Line In, Mic In, S/PDRIF Digital Out, S/PDIF Digital In
Package Contents TBS-3300-01 Montego DDL Sound Card
Driver Disk

  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Installation & Configuration
  3. Configuration (Cont.) & Specifications
  4. Testing
  5. Conclusion
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