Delfina DSP 1200
 connects to: Clock Port
Disks and cable
Hi Res Version of Front
- 1319 x 925, 135K
Hi Res Version of Back
- 1335 x 911, 152K
Hi Res version, Disks
- 1071 x 1119, 186K


AHI: Yes
Other: No

Delfina 1200 is based on Delfina Lite, the most successful DSP card on Zorro-II Amigas. The main difference between these two is that Delfina 1200 connects to the internal clock port of A1200. The Delfina 1200 is primarily a DSP audio card, and it is best suited for producing and recording audio with optional realtime effects. Effects can be applied on any sound produced by Delfina or external source transparently, and all the sounds produced by Delfina-capable programs or external source can be mixed into the Delfina's output. The Delfina 1200 is also freely programmable for all general computing tasks using the supplied compiler and libraries. It contains a Motorola 56002 DSP clocked at 37Mhz capable of producing 16.5MIPS up to 110MOPs. It uses a Crystal CS4231A codec with a 24bit databus and 96Kb of 12ns SRAM. The Delfina 1200 is capable of sampling at up to 48Khz in 16bit


1 x Stereo RCA Input
1 x Stereo 3.5mm input jack with optional 20dB mic amplifier
1 x Stereo RCA output
1 x Internal connector for mixing CD-ROM audio


Page contributors: Pascal Rielland, Scott Pringle, S├ębastien LIGEZ
Updated: 9/17/2013 . Added: 12/22/2004