The Sound Blaster Audigy is a computer audio/video card manufactured by Creative. Audigy is equipped with several types of audio input/output jacks for connecting external equipment such as CD players, surround sound speakers, microphones and musical instruments, such as an electronic keyboard, using an MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) protocol. If you already own some or all of these devices, chances are the equipment came with the necessary connection cables so you may not need additional materials. Audio cables are available at computer and electronics stores.
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Things you need
- Audio cables
- Audio components
Shut off the power to each component that you will connect to the Audigy front panel. This prevents a line surge that could damage electronic equipment.
Attach headphones or external stereo speakers to the "LIN_OUT1" jack using a 3.5mm stereo cable.
Connect a microphone to the "MIC" jack.
Attach a CD drive or digital audio device using a digital audio cable.
Hook up an MIDI device or joystick to the "MIDI/Joystick" connector.
Plug in FireWire devices, such as a digital camera, using the "IEEE1394" port on the Audigy.
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