Turtle Beach Video Advantage PCIrobgs - September 13, 2007
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First you’ll have to locate a spare PCI slot in your PC, and carefully insert the new card.
Next, I’ll connect the sound outputs of the Video Advantage, to the sound input of my sound card. Using the supplied cables, the “Mic-Out” is connected to the “Mic-In” of the sound card and the “Audio-Out” is connected to the “Line-In” of the sound card.
The PCI card has some interconnections that have to be made to the front bay-mounted connection panel. These cables are the ones shown in the picture. So, we’ll need the ribbon cable, the FireWire 400 cable and the USB cable as shown.
Locate the connection points on the back of the Video Advantage PCI card and plug in the ribbon cable and the FireWire cable. Don’t worry, the ribbon cable can only go one way, so it’s pretty hard to make a mistake there.
Then locate a spare USB connection point on your motherboard and connect the USB cable to it.