AdLib Gold 1000

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This is a 1993 ad for the AdLib Gold 1000 sound card for PCs.


By the time this ad was released, AdLib had already lost most of its marketshare to Creative Labs' SoundBlaster line of cards and had filed for bankruptcy. Their assets were purchased by a different company and this card was relaunched, but it was to be their last before shutting down for good.

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