If you have both a Montego 1 and Montego 2 installed in the same system,
A3D will only work for the Montego 2. You will get A3D on the Montego 2
even if the Montego 1 is selected as the playback device.
Here's how we tested:
- Montego 1 1187 drivers
- Montego 2 Quadzilla CD drivers
- DirectX 7.0
- A3D 2.25 drivers
- Pentium 120
- Win 95 OSR2
- Speakers connected to Montego 1
- Headphones connected to Montego 2
1) Selected Montego 1 as playback/record device in MM properties/Audio tab,
and Montego Midi in Midi tab.
2) Selected Bee demo (also tried others). Results:
- A3D splash screen and wave played OK.
- No A3D sounds for demo on Montego 1.
- Switched to Stereo mode and plays fine.
- Changed to different voices (32 pro, 64 gamer, 64 pro), no change.
- With headphones attached to Montego 2, and demo set to A3D mode
(Montego 1 still set as playback/record device),
A3D sounds were heard on headphones through Montego 2.
3) Selected Montego 2 as playback/record device. Demos work correctly.
No problems were encountered using either Montego 1 or 2 for playback
and recording of Midi and Wave files.