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MusicQuest PC MIDI (1989) + PC MIDI II (1993)
« on: December 06, 2014, 10:26:58 PM »
PC MIDI is from late 80s, PC MIDI II is from 1993 <--- shown here is the PC MIDI II <-- PC MIDI II

Music Quest This is a company in Texas which produces MPU-compatible intefaces which also work in the intelligent mode and have features for adjusting parameters in case any hardware compatibility problems are encountered (port address and interrupt level). The basic model is the PC MIDI Card. It has no tape-sync facility, but can recognise MIDI time code.

The MQX16 and MQX32 are higher models which offer SMPTE (facility to synchronise with film and television frames) and offer more features and channels.


pc midi II card 1993