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I need a pin out diagram for audiophile 192. I wand to do myself the break out cable

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Measure it myself from original card and cable.

M-Audio Audiophile 192 Pinout


DB25 Male, front view:
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

Female Midi, front view: 1 4 2 5 3

In and Monitor cables are connected to same pins (so are interchangable):

22 In L Gnd - Monitor L Gnd: iLg
21 In L Tip - Monitor L Tip: iL+
09 In L Med - Monitor L Med: iL-

08 In R Gnd - Monitor R Gnd: iRg
07 In R Tip - Monitor R Tip: iR+
20 In R Med - Monitor R Med: iR-

Main OUT:

19 Out L Gnd: oLg
18 Out L Tip: oL+
06 Out L Med: oL-

05 Out R Gnd: oRg
04 Out R Tip: oR+
17 Out R Med: oR-

Midi (Female connectors):

11 Midi Out 4 mO+
12 Midi Out 2 mOg
24 Midi Out 5 mO-

13 Midi In 4 mI+
25 Midi In 5 mI-

Midi In specifications leave Gnd pin 2 unconnected.

So connector its:

01 02 03 oR+ oRg oL- iR+ iRg iL- 10 mO+ mOg mI+
14 15 16 oR- oL+ oLg iR- iL+ iLg 23 mO- mI-

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SOURCE: audiophile 192 sound card driver

If it hasn't installed the device ,
uninstall device and reboot then restart
device should autofind and self install

Let me know how it goes thanks

Please rate me ,,,Cheers

Posted on Jul 24, 2008

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SOURCE: installation of audiophile 192

Here is a list computer beeps and what they mean.

  • No Beeps: Short, No power, Bad CPU/MB, Loose Peripherals
  • One Beep: Everything is normal and Computer POSTed fine
  • Two Beeps: POST/CMOS Error
  • One Long Beep, One Short Beep: Motherboard Problem
  • One Long Beep, Two Short Beeps: Video Problem
  • One Long Beep, Three Short Beeps: Video Problem
  • Three Long Beeps: Keyboard Error
  • Repeated Long Beeps: Memory Error
  • Continuous Hi-Lo Beeps: CPU Overheating


Most times the beeping is caused by a bad/loose connection somewhere or card not seated properly.
Try disconnecting and reconnecting everything again. Make sure that all the power plugs are connected properly even if you didn't mess with them. Moving things around can sometimes be enough to give you the "BEEPS". ";-}


If you are still having much beeping and no computing you can try my personal favorite.

Start first with verbal threats. Next move to a second floor window and, while you explain whats going to happen if it doesn't knock it off, open the window.

If that fails give it the pitch.
Believe it or not I have used this technique and after reassembly and repair.....No more beep.

I hope this helps but if not let me know and we will try something else.

Posted on Dec 03, 2009

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