The Aztech Sound Galaxy Washington 16 was a sound card released by Aztech in the early 1990s. It was designed for IBM-compatible PCs and offered improved audio capabilities for gaming and multimedia experiences. The Sound Galaxy Washington 16 featured the Crystal Semiconductor CS4248 audio codec, which provided high-quality audio playback and recording. It supported 16-bit audio resolution and offered multiple channels for surround sound configurations. With its compatibility with popular operating systems of the time, the Aztech Sound Galaxy Washington 16 was a popular choice for PC enthusiasts looking to enhance their audio capabilities and enjoy immersive sound on their computers.