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Back in 1985, Amiga was revolutionary regarding sound quality. The father of Amiga named the sound chip for Paula and was the sound chip that never changed from 1985 to the end of the Classic Amiga era.

And if you didn’t know. If you change to DBLPAL or DBLNTSC modes. All Amigas can achieve 14-bits sound. If you have a graphics card connected to your Amiga. Then you can turn on 14-bits sound in the Picasso96 driver.

Happy listening to 14-bits sound on Your Amiga.


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