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Bron: Extreme Hardware

Extreme Hardware heeft de Montego II Quadzilla gereviewed, da's weer zo'n quad speker Vortex II soundkaartje:

The Montego II Quadzilla uses the identical Montego II OEM board, with an additional bracket board. The bracket board connects to the Montego II OEM board via an internal cable, and connects into another slot (not electronically), which houses an SPDIF output and a second line-output jack for full four speaker support. This design should come as a surprise to readers who are familiar with Vortex 2 sound cards, since no other Vortex 2 sound card uses a bracket board for four speaker and SPDIF output.

Turtle Beach made this design choice for two main reasons. By sticking with the OEM design, it allowed Turtle Beach to design the bracket board not only for the Quadzilla, but also as an upgrade to the original Montego-II OEM edition. Secondly, Turtle Beach also opted for a bracket board to prevent crowding of the connectors on the back of the card. While it is possible to have four jacks and a MIDI/gameport all on one card, it can create installation hassles, especially with high-end audio equipment that often has thicker cables.

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