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jez 23rd February 2012 04:09 PM

M audio audiophile 2496 schematic wanted
 
Don't suppose anyone has a schematic or service manual?

phofman 24th February 2012 08:38 AM

I would be surprised if there was a service manual for a single-board PC component. What specifically do you need?

jez 24th February 2012 09:45 AM

Just a schematic would be great!

rrrremus 24th February 2012 10:12 AM

If you have problems with the analog audio part you should not need a schematic. I tweaked my delta 192 and the analog line schematic was pretty easy to figure out.

phofman 24th February 2012 11:09 AM

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Originally Posted by jez (Post 2920397)
Just a schematic would be great!

It certainly would. But I am afraid sound card schematics are not available on internet. You can ask the manufacturer but I can anticipate their answer, if any at all :-)

rrremus is right, it should not take too much to draw the analog part schematics using multimeter with short-circuit beeper, magnifying glass, and datasheets.

jez 24th February 2012 11:32 AM

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Originally Posted by phofman (Post 2920469)
It certainly would. But I am afraid sound card schematics are not available on internet. You can ask the manufacturer but I can anticipate their answer, if any at all :-)

rrremus is right, it should not take too much to draw the analog part schematics using multimeter with short-circuit beeper, magnifying glass, and datasheets.

I was hoping to avoid having to do that.... That's why I was asking if anyone had a schematic! Oh well...

phofman 24th February 2012 11:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jez (Post 2920487)
I was hoping to avoid having to do that.... That's why I was asking if anyone had a schematic! Oh well...

How about this - when you do the chore and post the resultant schematics on net, you will be rewarded by the good feeling of having done something very beneficial to the community. Sounds like a good motivation to me :)

SoNic_real_one 25th February 2012 09:35 PM

IMO there is no need for a "schematic". Most of the sound cards are made from standard cipsets that have datasheets. You can get from there the pinout, connections. In this case is VIA ICE 1712 (Envy24) cip. The different numbers of cips belonging to Envy24 family can be found here.
DAC and ADC cips have also public datasheets.
Analog part is easy to figure out based on the OpAmps pinouts. Power IC's are also classic. PCI bridge is a classic cip also or is integrated in the main audio cip.
Just looking at the board you can figure everything you need:

http://www.michnicki.com/forsale/Audiophile2496-1.jpg

jez 25th February 2012 11:20 PM

Yep I know all that...was just checking if anyone here already had a schematic from the manufacturer or some such.... I guess it's going to be one of them jobs where you just have to wade in!

sasha70 3rd January 2013 09:34 AM

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Good day, Happy New Year to everyone.
I have drawn a schematic for output stage of Audiophile 2496.

Hope this help.
:hohoho:


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