Media Vision was an American electronics manufacturer of primarily computer sound cards and CD-ROM kits, operating from 1990 to approximately 1995 in Fremont, California. Media Vision was widely known for its Pro AudioSpectrum PC sound cards—which it often bundled with CD-ROM drives—and its spectacular growth and demis
Media Vision products
Media Vision's products included PC adapter cards, other hardware, and computer games.
PC adapter cards
MediaVision Jazz16 LMSI
Pro Audio Spectrum (1991): 8-bit ISA audio card with CD-ROM interface.
Pro Audio Spectrum Plus: ISA audio card, 8-bit digital sampling, 16-bit digital audio playback with CD-ROM interface, Sound Blaster compatibility.
Pro Audio Spectrum 16 (May 1992): 16-bit ISA card with CD-ROM interface, 16-bit stereo digital audio, stereo FM synthesis, Sound Blaster compatibility ; based on the MVD101 chipset.
Thunder Board: low-cost 8-bit ISA Sound Blaster compatible sound.
Thunder and Lightning: VGA adapter with Sound Blaster compatible sound.
PCMCIA 16 Bit Sound Card
Pro Audio Studio 16: enhanced version of the Pro Audio Spectrum 16 sound card, bundled with voice-recognition software and a microphone.
Pro Audio 16 Basic: Stripped down version of Pro Audio Spectrum 16, without SCSI interface, the bundled voice recognition software and microphone; based on the MVD101 chipset.
Pro Sonic 16: Based on Media Vision's JAZZ 16 chipset (not compatible with the Pro Audio Spectrum line).
Pro 3-D: Based on Media Vision's JAZZ 16 chipset (not compatible with the Pro Audio Spectrum line), with built-in SRS surround sound, and KORG wavetable daughter board.
ProZonic: Released in 1996 by Media Vision Innovations, Inc.
Pro Movie Spectrum/Studio: a realtime video capture board.
Pro Graphics 1024: high performance video card.
Pro Graphics 1280: high performance video card.
multimedia kits, each bundling a Pro Audio Spectrum sound card, CD-ROM drive and software
Audio Port (March 1992): parallel/printer port audio device for laptop computers
CDPC: integrated desktop CD-ROM, audio I/O, amplified speakers
Memphis: enhanced version of the CDPC
ReNO: portable CD-ROM/CD Audio device
Pro Audio Spectrum Patch Panel for the Apple Macintosh
- Critical Path (video game)
- Quantum Gate (video game)
- Forever Growing Garden
- PlanIt Adrenaline
- PlanIt Earth
Source: Wikipedia, "[en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Media_Vision Media Vision]", available under the CC-BY-SA License.