Date: October 23rd, 2003
Article by: Roger (Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: V.L. Systems
Power : PC power 4 pin connector (12V, 5V)
For the sound signal (card), it uses a stereo jack to 3pin connector.
For the hard signal, it uses a 2 pin enlarged cable, and it connects
to the motherboard.
Installation : 5.25' bay of PC case
PRODUCT COMPOSITION & PICTORIAL
The VL-Indy comes in a small box. The cover shows a black
and a silver model. We'll be reviewing the silver today.
As you can see, the contents of the box are well packed
in Styrofoam. Everything is fairly tight, so even if your box gets dinged
in transit, don't worry… the contents are probably still unscathed.
The box contains the VL-Indy whose faceplate is protected
by a peel-off plastic cover. There is also a sound cable which ends
in a stereo jack, a 'Y' adapter, a HDD wire to connect the VL-Indy to
your motherboard (where the activity light in front of your case plugs
in), a few screws, and finally an instruction manual.