Creative Live 5.1 User`s guide

Creative Live 5.1 User`s guide
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SoundBlaster Live!
5.1 Audio Card
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The information in this document is subject to change without notice.
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Hewlett-Packard Company makes no warranty of any kind with
regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied
warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
HP shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or
consequential damages in connection with the furnishing,
performance, or use of this material.
HP assumes no responsibility for the use or reliability of its software
on equipment that is not furnished by HP.
This document contains proprietary information that is protected by
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Hewlett-Packard Company
Home Products Division
P.O. Box 4010
Cupertino, CA 95015-4010
USA
© Hewlett-Packard Company, 2001. All rights reserved.
Hewlett-Packard is a registered trademark of Hewlett-Packard
Company in the United States of America and other countries.
Other brand or product names are trademarks of their respective
holders.
SoundBlaster trademark information:
Creative Technology Ltd.
Copyright 1998–2001 by Creative Technology Ltd.
All rights reserved.
Version 1.0
September 2001
SoundBlaster and Blaster are registered trademarks, and the
SoundBlaster Live! logo, the SoundBlaster PCI logo, EAX, Creative
Multi Speaker Surround, and Oozic are trademarks of Creative
Technology Ltd. in the United States and/or other countries.
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Table of Contents
Introduction..........................................1
System Requirements ............................................. 2
Federal Communications Commission Statement....... 3
Installation ...........................................5
Installing the Audio Card ....................................... 5
What You Need ............................................... 6
To Install the Audio Card.................................... 7
Installing the Software ......................................... 10
Using Your Audio Card .......................11
Audio Connectors ............................................... 11
Analog/Digital Out ......................................... 12
Line In............................................................ 12
Microphone In ................................................ 12
Line Out......................................................... 12
Rear Out........................................................ 13
MIDI/Joystick ................................................. 13
Telephone Answering Device............................ 13
CD Audio ...................................................... 13
AUX In .......................................................... 14
CD SPDIF....................................................... 14
Audio Extension ............................................. 14
Connecting Speaker Systems ............................... 15
Analog Speakers ............................................ 15
Digital Speakers ............................................. 15
Enabling Digital Sound.................................... 16
Selecting Speaker Setup Option ....................... 17
Getting More Information .................................... 19
SoundBlaster Live! User’s Guide ....................... 19
SoundBlaster Live! Technical Support................. 20
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing this SoundBlaster
Live! 5.1 Sound Card from Hewlett-Packard.
The audio card kit contains:
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These instructions.
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The SoundBlaster Live! audio card.
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The driver installation CD with software that
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is compatible with the Microsoft Windows
Millennium Edition (Me) and Windows XP
operating systems.
The SoundBlaster Live! audio card and software
provides multidimensional sound and textured
acoustical environments for realistic threedimensional (3D) sound. The audio card delivers
sound at the highest fidelity and with absolute
clarity. Using it with four or five speakers gives
you realistic 3D surround sound in supported
games, movies, CDs, MP3 music, and Internet
entertainment.
Note: This audio card can be installed only in
motherboards with a PCI add-in card slot.
All HP Pavilions have PCI slots.
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System Requirements
To use the SoundBlaster Live! audio card and the
included software programs, your computer
requires:
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Genuine Intel® Pentium® class processor:
166 MHz for Windows Me;
233 MHz (minimum) to 300 MHz
(recommended) for Windows XP
Or
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AMD K6 200 MHz for Windows Me;
AMD K6 233 MHz (minimum) to 300 MHz
(recommended) for Windows XP
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Intel, AMD, or 100 percent compatible
motherboard chipset
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Windows Me or Windows XP operating
system
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16 MB RAM (minimum) to 32 MB RAM
(recommended) for Windows Me, or
64 MB RAM (minimum) to 128 MB RAM
(recommended) for Windows XP
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80 MB of free hard disk space
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Open PCI compliant slot
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CD-ROM drive for program installation
During installation, SoundBlaster Live! estimates
the required hard disk space.
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Federal Communications
Commission Statement
This device complies with FCC Rules Part 15. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions:
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This device may not cause harmful interference, and
This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
Warning: This equipment has been tested
and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to correct the
interference by one or more of the
following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving
antenna.
Increase the separation between the
equipment and the receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet
that is on a circuit different from the
receiver.
Consult the dealer or an experienced
radio/TV technician for help.
Warning: The use of shielded cables for
connection of the monitor to the audio
card is required to assure compliance
with FCC regulations. Changes or
modifications to this unit not expressly
approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority
to operate this equipment.
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Installation
Installing the Audio Card
Before beginning, read and follow all safety
information and warnings provided in the
Upgrading and Servicing the PC guide included
with your HP Pavilion home PC.
Warning: The HP Pavilion is heavy; be
sure to use ergonomically correct lifting
procedures when moving the computer.
Note: If your PC has a motherboard that contains a
To install the SoundBlaster Live! audio card, refer
to “Installing Add-In Cards” in the Upgrading
and Servicing the PC guide.
combination modem/audio card, the sound may
not work properly with the SoundBlaster Live!
audio card also installed. If you remove this
modem/audio card, you will need a new modem
to use the SoundBlaster Live! audio card.
Warning: Electrostatic discharge (ESD)
can damage disk drives, add-in cards,
and other components. If an ESD station is
not available, wear a wrist strap attached
to a metal part of the computer. Place
cards on a conductive foam pad or inside
the card wrapper, if possible, but never
on the card wrapper.
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What You Need
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SoundBlaster Live! audio card
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Phillips screwdriver
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Digital (2-pin) and/or analog (4-pin) CD
audio cable(s)
If you have one or more CD-ROM or DVD-ROM
drives, these cables may be included with your
PC. If not, you can purchase them at a local
retailer. You need one cable for each CD-ROM or
DVD-ROM drive included with your HP Pavilion.
Digital (SPDIF) CD audio cable
2-pin
Analog CD audio cable
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4-pin
To Install the Audio Card
1 Turn off the computer and all peripherals.
Screw for bracket/
audio card
2 Disconnect the power cord and all other
attached cables from the computer.
Caution: The audio card can be damaged if
power is supplied to the PCI slot when the card
is inserted.
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3 Open the computer. Refer to the instructions in
the “Installing Add-In Cards” section of the
Upgrading and Servicing the PC guide.
PCI slots
4 Remove the bracket of an unused PCI slot if
you do not already have an audio card
installed, or remove the existing audio card.
Put the screw aside.
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5 Align the SoundBlaster Live! audio card with
the PCI slot, and press the card gently but
firmly into the slot. Do not force the audio card
into the slot. Make sure that the gold finger PCI
connector on the SoundBlaster Live! audio
card is aligned with the PCI bus connector on
the motherboard before you insert the card
into the PCI expansion slot. If it does not fit
properly, gently remove it and try again.
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7 Connect the analog CD audio cable from the
analog audio connector on your CD-ROM or
DVD-ROM drive to the CD_IN connector on
the SoundBlaster Live! audio card. If you have
two drives that have analog audio capability,
you can connect the second analog CD audio
cable from the analog audio connector on
your second CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive to
the AUX_IN connector.
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Analog CD
audio cable
Digital (SPDIF) CD
audio cable
TAD
AUX_IN
CD_SPDIF
CD_IN
8 For digital CD audio output that has an
MPC-to-MPC, 2-pin digital CD audio
connector (SPDIF), connect the digital (SPDIF)
CD audio cable from the digital audio
connector on your CD-ROM or DVD-ROM
drive to the CD_SPDIF connector on the
SoundBlaster Live! audio card.
Second analog
CD audio
connector
9 Close the computer.
10 Connect the power cord and the cables to the
computer.
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Installing the Software
To use SoundBlaster Live! on the Windows Me
and Windows XP operating systems, install the
device drivers and software included on the
driver installation CD. Follow these steps to
install the driver software that came with your
SoundBlaster Live! audio card.
1 After you have installed the SoundBlaster Live!
audio card, turn on your computer. The
Windows Plug and Play feature automatically
detects the audio card and device drivers. If
the New Hardware Found dialog box
appears, click the Cancel button.
2 Insert the driver installation CD into the
CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive.
3 Click OK when the SoundBlaster Live! screen
appears. Follow the onscreen instructions to
install the driver software.
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Note: In the Speaker Preset Setup screen, select the
number of speakers you will be using to hear
proper sound from all speakers.
If this SoundBlaster Live! screen does not appear
automatically, open My Computer and rightclick the CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive icon that
contains the driver installation CD, and then click
AutoPlay. Follow the onscreen instructions to
install the driver software.
For more information about the SoundBlaster
Live! software, refer to the onscreen
SoundBlaster Live! User’s Guide.
To access the SoundBlaster Live! User’s Guide:
1 Click Start.
2 Choose Programs in Windows Me, or
choose All Programs in Windows XP.
3 Choose Creative and SoundBlaster Live!
and then click User’s Guide.
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Using Your Audio Card
Audio Connectors
Your audio card connectors listed here allow you to attach the card to other devices.
CD Audio
(CD_IN)
AUX In CD SPDIF
Telephone Answering
(AUX_IN) (CD_SPDIF)
Device (TAD)
Analog/Digital Out
Line In (LIN_IN)
Microphone In (MIC_IN)
Line Out (LIN_OUT1)
Rear Out (LIN_OUT2)
MIDI/Joystick
Audio Extension
(AUD_EXT)
Caution: This is not
an IDE interface.
Do not connect it
to your IDE device.
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Analog/Digital Out
Line In
Analog/Digital Out (orange jack) uses
a 6-channel or compressed AC-3 SPDIF
output for connection to external digital
devices or to digital speaker systems. For
Windows Me systems, the default for the
Analog/Digital Output connector is analog
output. For Windows XP systems, the default
for the Analog/Digital Output connector is
digital. You must select the digital output in the
SoundBlaster software to produce digital output.
For instructions on how to do this, refer to the
SoundBlaster Live! User’s Guide.
Line In (LIN_IN) (blue jack) connects to an
external device such as a cassette or CD
player, or a synthesizer.
In analog mode, the Analog/Digital Out
connector can be used for center and subwoofer
(LFE) channels for 5.1 analog speaker systems.
In digital mode, it connects to 5.1 digital
speakers.
Line Out
Microphone In
Microphone In (MIC_IN) (pink jack)
connects to an external microphone for
voice or live sound input. Microphones
may be used to record music, make voice
annotations, or turn your PC into a
speakerphone.
Line Out (LIN_OUT1) (green jack)
connects to powered speakers or to
an external amplifier for audio output.
Line Out also supports headphones.
In analog mode, Line Out and Rear Out
connectors can be used simultaneously for 4.1
channel or quadraphonic speaker systems.
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Rear Out
To play games in MS-DOS mode:
Rear Out (LIN_OUT2) (black jack)
connects to powered speakers or to an
external amplifier for audio output.
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Connect the CD_IN connector to the analog
CD audio connector on the CD-ROM or
DVD-ROM drive.
In analog mode, Line Out and Rear Out
connectors can be used simultaneously for 4.1
channel or quadraphonic speaker systems.
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If the sound is distorted, do not connect the
CD_SPDIF connector to the digital audio
connector on the CD-ROM or DVD-ROM
drive.
MIDI/Joystick
MIDI (Musical Instrument Device
Interface)/Joystick (gold, 15-pin
connector) connects to a game
port joystick or to a MIDI device, such as a MIDI
keyboard. A MIDI device allows you to connect
external electronic musical instruments to your PC.
Telephone Answering Device
The Telephone Answering Device (TAD) provides
a connection from a standard voice modem and
transmits microphone signals to the modem. The
TAD connects to a telephone answering device.
The joystick connector is a standard computer
game control adapter. You can connect any
analog joystick with a 15-pin D-shell connector
or any device compatible with the standard PC
joystick to the connector. To use two joysticks,
use a Y-cable splitter.
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CD Audio
AUX In
CD Audio (CD_IN) connects to the analog audio
output on a CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive through
a CD audio cable. In analog mode, CD Audio
connects to the center and subwoofer channel
speakers. In digital mode, it connects to digital
speakers, such as 5.1 surround sound speakers.
AUX In (AUX_IN) connects to internal audio
sources such as TV Tuner, MPEG, or other similar
cards.
CD SPDIF
CD SPDIF (CD_SPDIF) connects to the SPDIF
(digital audio) output on a CD-ROM or DVDROM drive. This is an MPC-to-MPC (2 pin)
digital audio CD connector.
Audio Extension
Audio Extension (AUD_EXT) connects to the
optical digital I/O card or Live! drive.
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Connecting Speaker
Systems
To watch DVD movies, play games, or to listen
to music on your computer, connect analog
or digital speakers to the SoundBlaster Live!
audio card.
When using an external Dolby digital (AC-3)
decoder speaker system, disconnect the audio
card AUX_IN connector from the decoder card
Audio Out connector. However, if an external
Dolby Digital (AC-3) decoder speaker system is
not available, do not disconnect the audio card
AUX_IN connector.
Analog Speakers
When connecting analog speakers, you may
have a triple stereo audio cable or three pairs
of 3.5-mm-to-RCA (stereo) cables. These
three cables connect to the front, rear, and
center/subwoofer inputs.
Additional information for advanced users: For
connection to center and subwoofer channels
using a 3.5-mm-to-RCA (stereo) cable, connect
the white RCA connector to the center input and
the red RCA connector to the subwoofer input of
the amplifier.
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Digital Speakers
When connecting digital speakers, you can use a 3.5-mm-to-RCA cable to plug the digital speakers into
your SP_DIF connector.
Connecting to
3.5-mm-to-RCA
Digital Speakers cable
Dolby Digital
decoder/
amplifier
Connecting to
Analog Speakers
discrete
6-channel
amplifier
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Analog/Digital Out connector
(AC-3)
SP_DIF In
Three 3.5-mmto-RCA cables
(stereo)
center &
sub inputs
front
rear
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Tip: left/center channel
Ring: right/subwoofer
channel
Enabling Digital Sound
Selecting Speaker Setup Option
If your sound is not clear or you have any static,
you may need to enable the digital sound option
from within the SoundBlaster Live! progam.
The PC is automatically set up to produce sound
through two desktop stereo speakers. If your PC
has four or five surround sound speakers, set up
the surround sound option for four or five
speakers to hear sound from all speakers.
To do this:
1 Click Start.
2 Select Creative.
3 Select SoundBlaster Live!
4 Click AudioHQ.
5 Double-click Speaker.
6 Check the Digital output only box.
To set up speakers in Windows Me:
1 Click Start.
2 Choose Settings.
3 Click Control Panel.
4 Double-click Sounds and Multimedia.
5 Click the Audio tab.
6 In Sound Playback, click the Advanced
button.
7 Under Speaker setup on the Speakers tab,
select Quadraphonic speakers for four
speakers or select 5.1 surround sound
speakers for five speakers.
8 Click Apply and then click OK.
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To set up speakers in Windows XP:
1 Click Start.
2 Click Control Panel.
3 Click Sounds, Speech, and Audio
Devices.
4 Click Sounds and Audio Devices.
5 Select the Volume tab.
6 Under the Speaker settings, click the
Advanced button.
7 Click the arrow under Speaker setup, and
select Quadraphonic speakers for four
speakers or select 5.1 surround sound
speakers for five speakers.
If you lose sound from your 5.1 speakers after
you restart your PC, you may need to re-enable
the 5.1 speakers using the procedures listed
above.
Most speaker setup options are for two stereo
speakers. For example, the surround sound
speakers option produces surround sound for
two speakers only.
To prevent sound problems, make sure the
speakers are connected to the correct audio
connectors on the back of the PC.
Important: In the unlikely event that you must recover
8 Click Apply and then click OK.
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the operating system, as described in the Quick
Start Guide, you must reactivate the installation of
the SoundBlaster Live! audio programs. If you have
more than two speakers, you also need to reselect
your speaker setup option.
Getting More Information
■
Diagnostics to test the Wave, MIDI, or CD
audio playback as well as test the recording
function and speaker output of your audio
card.
■
Advanced configurations on positioning your
speakers and connecting a variety of devices.
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Recording and authoring content.
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Troubleshooting.
SoundBlaster Live! User’s Guide
After you install the SoundBlaster Live! driver
installation CD, you can access the SoundBlaster
Live! User’s Guide. This guide includes
information about:
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How to use your SoundBlaster Live! audio card
and the included programs in your audio
package.
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MIDI specifications.
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Connector pin assignments.
To access the SoundBlaster Live! User’s Guide:
1 Click Start.
2 Choose Programs in Windows Me, or
choose All Programs in Windows XP.
3 Choose Creative and SoundBlaster Live!,
and then click User’s Guide.
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SoundBlaster Live! Technical
Support
Go to the Creative Web site at
http://www.creative.com
for more information about SoundBlaster Live! 5.1.
You can also go to
http://www.soundblaster.com
for the latest software and driver updates. If
you want to contact Creative by telephone, this
Web site lists technical support numbers for your
country or region.
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