The Aztech Sound Galaxy Pro 16 II Sound Card was a popular sound card released in the early 1990s. It offered enhanced audio capabilities for IBM-compatible PCs of that era. The Sound Galaxy Pro 16 II featured the Yamaha OPL3 FM synthesizer chip, which delivered high-quality sound reproduction and supported popular FM synthesis-based MIDI music. The card also included a wavetable header, allowing users to connect external MIDI devices for even richer audio experiences. With its compatibility with DOS and early Windows operating systems, the Aztech Sound Galaxy Pro 16 II Sound Card was a sought-after choice for gamers, music enthusiasts, and multimedia enthusiasts during its time.