Drive Bays for the Forte 7.1!

Discussion in 'Soundcards, Speakers HiFI & File formats' started by ROBSCIX, Jun 20, 2009.

  1. ROBSCIX

    ROBSCIX Ancient Guru

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    Hey Guys, Auzentech has started selling the Titanium drive bays on their website. For those wondering, these drive bays are compatible with the Auzentech Forte 7.1. Here is the link for the interested:Titanium drive Bay
     
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    Looks pretty sweet, I was wondering if they'd release something like this for the Forte. My question with these front panel units though is, do they hook up to the card with the front panel connectors or something else?
     
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    For the Forte? -this drive bay IS for the Forte 7.1. Do you mean for the Prelude?
     
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    I think so, if they did do one for the prelude, i wouldnt see it wouldnt work on other oxygen HD based cards. I would buy a drivebay in a flash aslong it isnt costy.

    The Prelude isn't Oxygen based.
     
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    I never mentioned the Prelude. All I said was, I was wondering if they'd make something like this for the Forte to go with the other X-Fi cards. My other question was how does one hook it up?
     
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    ROBSCIX Ancient Guru

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    Well your post is a bit confusing. Such as:
    Auzentech has started selling this bay for the Forte 7.1, so your post is a bit confusion based on your wording.
    Teh bay is only compatible with one other card and that is from Creative, the PCI-E Titanium. It is not compatible with older X-fi cards AFAIK. Just the newer PCI-E based cards. You hook it up the same as other drive bays by the expansion header on the card.
     
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    Its also gonna be for the soon to be released Auzentech X-Fi HomeTheater HD sound card. Thats the card I want!
     

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