http://www.trademe.co.nz/computers/vint ... 735951.htm
Take a stock photo of a thoroughly undesirable SB X-Fi or some such, resize it to the size of a postage stamp. Apply liberal jpeg compression.
Take a completely random passage from the manual of an entirely different model of SB, that has utterly no relation to a product description. Cut it off in mid sentence.
Post in 'vintage'. Ask thirty dollars.
I have to stop spending so much time browsing Trademe. My desk is starting to get a dent where my head always hits.
*** Edit: You know what? I'm quoting it here in case the ad goes away.
Use SBEMIXER.EXE to change the volume levels of the MPU-401 instrument set used on the
SB Live! card. You can use SBEMIXER.EXE from the command line—useful for advanced
users who want to set up batch files with particular volume levels—or within the SBEMIXER
screen. The settings for SBEMIXER.EXE are independent of the Creative Mixer settings in
Windows 98 Second Edition.
To set SBEMIXER values in the command line:
At the DOS prompt, type the SBEMIXER command in a single line. Its syntax
^^ That is the *entire* text of the 'description'. I have no idea.