In article < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >, druck
At manufacture, yes. The trouble is, this far down the road, that you can
never be sure if a machine has been repaired with older boards, so I tend
to be careful about that, though if an RPC700 has been repaired using an
8-bit RPC600 m/b, you would think that whoever did it would at least put
an upgraded board in place! Strictly speaking, however, 8-bit sound boards
aren't likely to be that common, but you can never be too careful.
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