Audigy 2 (SB0240) Pinout

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  1. geraldandreas

    geraldandreas KX-Driver Lover

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    Hey everyone in this forum,
    im searching for the pinout description
    for an audigy 2, exactlx for the AD_EXT and for SPDIF_IO.
    i know the pinout for the older cards like SB Live or Audigy,
    but on Audigy 2 it looks like turned. do anyone have this, then please help me
    thx, gerald
     
  2. dj_stick

    dj_stick Apple Fanboy?

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    creative hasn't released the pinout, at least not yet, i think they want to prevent 3rd party add-ons fro mthe A2 series

    the microsoft of soundcards - buy out everyone else, and make sure no one can add to their cards
     
  3. geraldandreas

    geraldandreas KX-Driver Lover

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    thanks dj stick

    in that case, i will try to measure the pins out, when im finished, i´ll post it here.
     
  4. dj_stick

    dj_stick Apple Fanboy?

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    that will help alot of ppl, there have been multiple threads asking for hte pinout of the a2 ad_ext
     
  5. TravelRec.

    TravelRec. Alternative Audioproductions

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    Hi geraldandreas!

    This is quite a very old question of the mankind.... But: If you try to measure it out please be carefully - all the outs are unbuffered and the ins are very sensible for static damage. Hint: SPDIF signals are @ 48kHz relative stable (if you put no signal out) waveforms @ ~ 6 Mhz (if you have a frequency counter). Insert beween your counter and the measuring line a safe-serial resistor of ~1 kiloohms. The inputs could be tested with a digital music signal from your cdrom (digital out) and a safe-serial resistor of ~ 1 kiloohms. So you can check pin for pin without damaging you card.

    Good Luck! :w00t:

    TravelRec. :)
     
  6. JCLW

    JCLW Long Live The P6!

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    Any luck?

    I've just started a similar project here
     

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