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th L33t n00b

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hi sorry but i have a very noob question. i just bought a Creative Sound Blaster Audigy SE for computer im building and has 2 connectors on it. one is a AUX In connector the other i a Creative Proprietary connector. my question is what are these connectors for? again sorry for the noob question but this is the first computer ive ever built and i guess i didnt do all of my homework on how to build it;)

just in case u need to see it
http://www.newegg.co...N82E16829102003

Edited by th L33t n00b, 06 October 2009 - 10:13 PM.

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This manual should explain all you need.

http://ccftp.creativ...380/Audigy2.pdf

The Aux-in connector is for TV tuner cards-MPEG cards-other cards, so your audigy card will have sound with them.

The creative Proprietary connector is for Creative drives like the Zen. They have since switched to using USB connectors.

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thanks the card was an oem so it didnt come with anything
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