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Quick Start Guide
This Quick Start Guide is a very short, step-by-step guide to getting you started right away at using your new M-Audio MobilePre USB. Step 1: Run the Installer Insert the included Install CD-ROM into your CD or DVD drive and double-click the install program. Follow the onscreen instructions. Depending on your operating system, you may be prompted to restart your computer at the end of the installation procedure. If the installer instructs you to restart, you must restart your computer. Step 2: Connect the Audio Cables A typical system using the MobilePre USB has its two outputs connected to a mixer or a pair of powered speakers. Connect a Microphone to the Channel 1 XLR Input on the rear panel of the MobilePre USB. Step 3: Connect the USB Cable Step 4: Test your Installation Connect the supplied USB cable to an open USB port on your computer. Set your computers output to play out of the MobilePre USB and play and audio file to test your connections. Launch an audio recording program, arm one of the channels, and try recording some audio from a microphone connected to the MobilePre USBs inputs.
Still need more info? The following pages will walk you through the setup and use of your MobilePre USB, in much greater detail.
Thank you for purchasing the MobilePre USB by M-Audio. MobilePre USB is your audio upgrade for any PC or Macintosh computer*, utilizing the convenience of your computers USB portno tools, computer disassembly, or power supply is needed; In fact, the MobilePre USB is also class-compliant on Windows XP & Mac OS X 10.2.6 & higher, so no driver installation is necessaryjust Plug and Play.The MobilePre USB brings you two high-quality line or microphone/instrument inputs and stereo outputs, making it the perfect compact recording solution for any computer. Please take the time to read this User Guide. It will tell you how to install the MobilePre USB on your particular computer and instruct you on how to get the most from your MobilePre USB audio interface.
* Must meet minimum system requirements
Your MobilePre USB was carefully packed at the factory, and the shipping carton was designed to protect the unit during shipping. Please retain this container in the unlikely event that you need to return your MobilePre USB for service. The following items are included with your MobilePre USB: MobilePre USB audio interface One (1) high-quality USB cable M-Audio Driver CD (includes driver installation software) Additional software installation CDs This Product Manual Warranty Card
Features of the MobilePre USB
Portable 16-bit/48kHz audio upgrade for laptops and desktops Supports professional two-channel recording and playback Supports common sampling frequencies (see Technical Spec section) Extremely wide dynamic range and low signal-to-noise (see Technical Spec section) for ultra-quiet, professional-quality recording Analog 1/4 unbalanced outputs for powered speakers or stereo receiver Completely USB-powered (no power supply required) Class-compliancy on Windows XP & Mac OS X (10.2.6 & higher) systems One-year warranty
The MobilePre USB has been designed to work with Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, or XP and Mac OS 9.2.2 or OS X 10.1.5 and Jaguar (10.2.2). Specific requirements include: Windows PC: Minimum Required
350 MHz Pentium II 64MB RAM CD-ROM Drive Native USB 1.1 Port, on motherboard Windows 98SE, 2000 (SP2), ME, or XP (SP1) Home or Pro (128 MB RAM required for XP Pro) 700 MHz Pentium III 128MB RAM DVD-ROM Drive Windows 2000 (SP2) or XP (SP1) Home or Pro
Apple Macintosh G3, 300MHz*; Apple Macintosh G4, 350MHz* CD-ROM Drive Available built-in USB port Mac OS 9.2.2 or later with 128MB RAM; Mac OS X version 10.1.5, 10.2.6 or later with 256MB RAM
* CPU Accelerator cards not supported
Apple Macintosh G4, 500MHz* DVD-ROM Drive Mac OS X version 10.1.5, 10.2.6 or later with 512MB RAM Available built-in USB port
Your MobilePre USB comes with driver software that allows it to communicate with your computers operating system: Windows or Mac OS. Please skip to your computers operating system in this section and follow those instructions.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Your MobilePre USB provides a USB connector which accepts the standard USB cable supplied with the unit. You should install the software drivers, as described below, BEFORE connecting the MobilePre USB to your computer. After installing the included drivers, plug the computer end of the cable into your computers USB port. When you are asked to connect your MobilePre USB during the driver software installation, simply plug the device end of the USB cable into your MobilePre USB (the computer end and device end will be easily identifiable by their size and shape).
1. Place the M-Audio Drivers Software CD in your CD-ROM Drive. 2. Launch the MobilePre USB Installer.exe installation program. 3. The MobilePre USB install screen will appear. Click Next to continue.
4. Click Continue Anyway on the next screen.
5. Your MobilePre USB must be disconnected from your computers USB bus, before continuing (if you just finished installing Direct X, your computer will have restarted, and a reminder to disconnect the MobilePre USB will follow). If it is currently connected, disconnect it now.
6. The MobilePre USB install screen will now appear.Click Next to continue. 7. A screen appears that displays checked boxes for Digital Audio and DMA transfer. Click Next to continue.
8. The installation program will inform you of a successful hardware installation. Click Next.
9. This next screen explains that your computer now needs to be restarted. Make sure that the box labeled,Yes is checked, then click Finish to continue restarting.
NOTE: If you un-check the box labeled, Yes you will again, with a new screen, be prompted to restart. This is because DMA Mode has been enabled.
10. You may now connect the MobilePre USB to your computer (refer to the Hardware Installation section of this manual for instructions). 11. After your MobilePre USB has been connected and your computer has finished restarting, installation will have been completed.
Windows 98 SE
1. Place the M-Audio Drivers Software CD in your CD-ROM Drive and double-click on the file named MobilePre USB Installer.exe. 2. Close all other running applications, as directed by the first screen that appears. 3. Direct X 8.1 or greater must be installed on your computer. If this software has not been previously installed, the installer program will do this for you. If you have been prompted with this request, click Next to install or upgrade Direct X now. 4. Your MobilePre USB must be disconnected from your computers USB bus, before continuing (if you just finished installing Direct X, your computer will have restarted, and a reminder to disconnect the MobilePre USB will follow). If it is currently connected, disconnect it now.
5. The next screen will notify you that the necessary parameters for Digital Audio CD and DVD playback need to be set in your operating system. Leave these boxes checked and click, Next.
6. The next screen shows that the drivers have been successfully installed. Click Next
7. Windows will now tell you that your computer needs to be started. Make sure that the Yes box is checked, and click Finish.
8. Once the computer has restarted and returned to the desktop, connect the MobilePre USB to your computer (refer to the Hardware Installation section of this manual for instructions). Click Next, in the screen that appears after this connection is made.
9. Make sure Search for the best driver for your device (Recommended) is selected and click Next to continue.
10. None of the option-boxes in the next screen need to be selected. Click Next, to continue.
11. Make sure that the box for The updated driver (Recommended) USB Composite Device is selected and click Next, to continue.
12. Windows should have found a driver. Click Next, to continue.
13. Windows now will inform you that driver installation has been completed. Click Finish, to complete the installation process.
MobilePre USB and the Windows Sound System
The MobilePre USBs Windows Multimedia drivers will allow you to use the MobilePre USB as your Windows system sound device. If the MobilePre USB is the only audio device installed in your computer, then Windows will select it automatically. Otherwise, you may need to tell Windows to use the MobilePre USB.To check your Windows Audio setting and select the MobilePre USB:
1. Go to the Start menu, and then choose Control Panel. 2. Open Sounds and Audio Devices, then click the Audio tab. 3. Under Sound playback, the default device should say MobilePre USB. If it does not say MobilePre USB, then drop down the list of devices and select MobilePre USB. 4. Click Apply, then click Okay. Close your Control Panelyoure done!
Mac OS 9 Setup
1. Insert the MobilePre USB Drivers CD into your CD-ROM drive. AutoRun will open the CD and allow you to view its contents. 2. Double click the M-Audio MobilePre USB Installer. 3. Click "Continue" at the M-Powered Screen. 4. Read the "Instructions for using M-Audio MobilePre USB." Click "Continue." 5. Select your install location, or simply choose the OS 9 boot drive (which is the default). Click "Install" to continue. 6. Installation requires a restart of the computer. Click "Continue" to restart. 7. The next prompt states a similar message. Click "Restart" to reboot the computer. 8. Plug the MobilePre USB into your computers USB Port. 9. Once the computer has restarted, select "Sound" in "Control Panels," then select the "Output" tab. Click on "M-Audio MobilePre USB" to choose the MobilePre USB as your default output device.
Mac OS 9.2.2 Installation is now complete. Proceed to the next section, Hardware Installation. MobilePre USB and Apple Sound Manager
The Apple Sound Manager in OS 9 will allow you to select the MobilePre USB as the systems audio input and output device. To check your computers audio output setting and select the MobilePre USB:
1. 2. 3. 4. Open the Apple menu, then select Sound from the Control Panels list. Under Output, select the MobilePre USB from the list of available devices. Under Input, select the MobilePre USB from the list of available devices. Close the Apple Sound control panel.Youre done!
1. Insert the MobilePre USB Drivers CD into your CD-ROM Drive and open the CD to view its contents. 2. Double click "M-Audio MobilePre USB Installer.dmg" file. An Icon will appear on your desktop marked "MobilePre USB." 3. Double click the "MobilePre USB" icon on your desktop. 4. Now double click on the "M-Audio MobilePre USB Installer.mpkg." 5. You will need your Administrator Password for the next step. If the password window does not open automatically, click the lock icon in the lower left corner of the window that states, Click The Lock To Make Changes." 6. Enter your password and click "OK."
Mac OS X Setup
7. The next window "Welcomes You." to the installation process. Click "Continue." 8. Select your OS X hard drive. Click "Continue." 9. When prompted, click "Upgrade" to continue. 10. When prompted, click "Continue Installation." 11. When prompted, click "Restart" to finish the installation. 12. After the computer has restarted, now plug the MobilePre USB into your computers USB Port. 13. Go to "System Preferences" in the Apple Menu. Select the "Sound" preference panel, and click the "Output" tab. Select "M-Audio MobilePre USB" to choose the MobilePre USB as your default output device.
Mac OS X Installation is now complete. Proceed to the next section, Hardware Installation. MobilePre USB and Mac OS X Mac OS X will allow you to select the MobilePre USB as the systems audio output device. To check your computers audio output setting and select the MobilePre USB:
1. Go to "System Preferences" in the Apple Menu. 2. Select the "Sound" preference panel, and click the "Output" tab. 3. Select "M-Audio MobilePre USB" to choose the MobilePre USB as your default input and output device.
Front Panel Features
The front panel of the MobilePre USB houses features providing the following functions: 1. Channel 1 Inst/Line Input Jack: This 1/4 balanced connector accepts an instrument or line level signal for Channel 1 of the MobilePre USB. This input is ideal for recording guitar, bass or synthesizer. If you are recording a stereo line-level source, plug the left channel into Line Input 1 (on the front panel of the MobilePre USB) and the right channel into Line Input 2 (on the rear panel). 2. Channel 1 Gain Knob: This control knob regulates the level of the signal going from the Channel 1 Mic or Line input to your computer. 3. Channel 1 Level LEDs: These two LEDs show signal present and clipping of Channel 1 of the MobilePre USB.You should adjust the Gain control so that the signal present is on as much as possible but the Clip LED does not come on. 4. Channel 2 Gain Knob: This control knob regulates the level of the signal going from the Channel 2 Mic or Line input to your computer. 5. Channel 2 Level Meter: These two LEDs show when input signal into Channel 2 is present or clipping.You should adjust the Gain control so that the signal present is as high as possible without lighting the the Clip LED. 6. Headphone Output Jack: This 1/8 stereo jack plays back outputs 1 and 2 through the Left and Right speakers of your headphones. 7. Headphone Level Knob: This knob controls the level to the Headphone Out 8. Phantom Power Switch: Press this switch button into the In-position to send voltage to microphones which require phantom power and are connected to XLR Mic Inputs 1 and 2. 9. Phantom Power Indicator: This LED lights when phantom power is switched on.
10. Power Indicator: This LED indicator lights when the MobilePre USB is receiving power through its USB port.
Rear Panel Features
The rear panel of the MobilePre USB houses jacks providing the following functions: 1. USB Jack: This jack connects the MobilePre USB to your computer, using a USB 1.1 (or higher) connection. 2. Stereo Line Output Jack: This jack outputs the same signal as the Outputs 1 & 2 jacks described below, through a 1/8 stereo jack for easy connection to many devices such as multimedia speakers and MiniDisc recorders. 3. Output 1 and 2 Jacks: These unbalanced 1/4 jacks output the signal which is output from your computer and should be connected to a pair of powered speakers, a mixer or a stereo receiver. 4. Stereo Mic Input Jack: This 1/8 stereo mini jack accepts a mic level signal from stereo microphones with 1/8 outputs. These microphones may be of either the stereo dynamic or self-powered stereo condenser type. Microphone with XLR output connectors should instead be connected to the XLR Inputs described below. 5. Channel 2 Inst/Line Input Jack: This 1/4 balanced connector accepts an instrument or line level signal for Channel 2 of the MobilePre USB. This input is ideal for recording guitar, bass or synthesizer. If you are recording a stereo line-level source, plug the left channel into Line Input 1 (on the front panel of the MobilePre USB) and the right channel into Line Input 2 (on the rear panel). 6. XLR Mic Input Channel 1 & 2 Jacks: These balanced, XLR inputs accept a mic level signal for recording into your computer.
The MobilePre USB communicates with your computer through a USB port. It is also powered by the USB connection. Because of this, we recommend that you plug the MobilePre USB into one of the built-in USB ports on your computer, not through a keyboard connection or USB hub.
To connect your MobilePre USB, find the open jack of an unused USB port on your computer and connect it to the MobilePres USB jack with the included USB cable. This computers USB jacks will most often be located on a rear panel and will probably be marked with a symbol looking something like the one pictured here.
In Windows XP & Mac OS X (10.2.6 & higher), the MobilePre USB is class-compliant, making driver installation optionalto begin using the MobilePre USB, you may simply plug the unit into a USB port. However, choosing to install the driver will allow the following added functionality: Windows XP - Device Control Panel and ASIO support with low-latency drivers Mac OSX - Device Control Panel and Direct Monitor control with low-latency drivers
NOTE: For easiest setup, you should install the software drivers on the included CD-ROM before connecting the USB cable to your computer. This procedure is explained in the section of this manual titled Software Installation.
Control Panel Setup
Once setup is complete, you can control most aspects of the MobilePre USB using its control panel.To launch the control panel in your operating system, check the following instructions: Windows: You should see an M-Audio logo M installed on the right side of your Windows taskbar. Double click on this logo, to launch the MAudio MobilePre USB Control Panel.
Mac OS 9: Following the driver software installation in Mac OS 9 and restarting, the MobilePre USB Control Panel will be placed in your Apple Control Panels folder. Open your Applications folder and select M-Audio MobilePre USB Settings. This will launch the M-Audio MobilePre USB Control Panel. This panel can also be launched through the ASIO control panels within your ASIO applications.
Mac OS X: Follow the driver software installation for Mac OS X and restart. Launch the MobilePre USB Control Panel, which is found in the bottom row of the OS X System Preferences panel.
or The control panel has the following sets of controls: USB Record The USB Record section controls the level of the signal from the microphone and instrument inputs to the recording software. Volume: There is a volume fader for both input channels 1 and 2. In most cases you should leave these controls turned all the way up. Mute: This box, when checked, stops any input signal from reaching the recording software.
Link: This button links channels 1 and 2, so that any changes made to one will change the other. This section controls the level of the hardware direct monitor. The MobilePre USB provides an analog monitor path from the inputs to the outputs.When signal is recorded into software, there is often a slight delay before it reaches the outputs. This delay, called latency, is caused by the processing required to convert and record audio.Any delay can distract the artist being recorded, so the MobilePre USB provides this Direct Monitor for use during recording. Volume: These faders control the level of the direct monitor path. Set the controls to find the right balance while recording. Direct Monitor
Mute: This box, when checked, stops the direct monitor signal from reaching the recording software.
Link: This button links channels 1 and 2, so that any changes made to one slider will change the other.
Left Only: This box, when checked, sends only the left (Channel 1) input to the direct monitor.This signal will be sent to both outputs. See the Using the MobilePre USB section in this manual for more information about using direct monitor.
This section controls the levels of the MobilePre USBs playback output. The playback and Direct Monitor signals are mixed together, and the Device Output level controls the playback volume sent from the computer to outputs 1 and 2. Volume: There is a volume fader for each output channel, 1 and 2. Use these faders to control the playback level of the MobilePre USB.
Mute: This box, when checked, stops any signal from reaching the MobilePre USBs outputs.
Here is a summary of how all of these controls work together. The M-Audio MobilePre USB Control Panel controls are organized into three sets and these sets are named USB Record, Direct Monitor and Device Output. The signal coming into the Channel 1 and 2 Mic and Inst/Line inputs is routed in two directions, the first direction to the computer for recording purposes. This signal can be turned down by using the USB Record volume controls. The second direction is to the Direct Monitor, allowing you to hear the signal without the delay caused by latency. By balancing the Device Output and Direct Monitor levels, you can adjust your monitor mix while recording.
This setting controls the amount of delay before the sound reaches the output.This control is automatically set when the MobilePre USB control panel is installed.You may try a setting lower than the this one, but if your computer system is not fast enough you may experience brief audio drop outs. Conversely, you may need to use a higher setting if you are using a several soft synths at the same time. Experiment with different settings to find the one that works best on your system and with your setup needs.
Optimize for Slower Systems: Only the Mac OS 9 version of the Mobile Pre control panel has this checkbox. It should be left checked if your computers processor is of G3 or slower speed.
Using the MobilePre USB
Now that weve finished connecting speakers and setting levels, youre probably interested in getting started. This chapter explains how to connect microphones and speakers to the MobilePre USB, and will explain some of the units typical applications. MobilePre USB Inputs There are 6 inputs on the MobilePre USB, which are broken up into functional pairs for XLR, 1/4 Line Level and a Stereo 1/8. All of these inputs are merged into the same corresponding input channels on the MobilePre USB.Any or all of these inputs can be used at any time, however only 2 channels of audio will be recognized by your audio application.Your software will record anything that is plugged into any of the MobilePre USBs inputs. The MobilePre USB has two microphone inputs, labeled Ch. 1 and Ch. 2. These XLR inputs raise the gain of a microphone level signal to a line level signal for recording. If your microphone does not have an XLR output, you will need to purchase an adapter or impedance transformer or use the Stereo Mic Input, explained below. You can control the level of the two microphone inputs using the Channel 1 and Channel 2 gain controls on the MobilePre USBs front panel. The 1/8 stereo input connects to the same channels as the 2 XLR microphone inputs. It is provided for use with stereo dynamic microphones or self-powered stereo condenser microphones with 1/8 stereo outputs. Do not confuse this jack with similar looking jacks found on consumer sound cards, which accept only mono microphone signals that require a bias voltage to the microphone. Phantom Power Microphone Inputs
The MobilePre USB provides phantom power for condenser microphones. This 48 volt phantom power source can be switched on or off using the front panel switch. An LED indicator lights when phantom power is switched on and sending power to both microphone inputs.
Check the documentation that came with your microphone to see if you need to switch on phantom power. As a rule, most FET condenser microphones, such as the Groove Tubes GT57, require phantom power. Most tube condenser microphones, such as the Groove Tubes GT67, have their own power supply and dont need phantom power. Dynamic microphones, like the Shure SM57, dont need phantom power, and some ribbon microphones can be damaged if you send phantom power. So if youre unsure, check the microphones manual or contact the manufacturer or your M-Audio dealer. Instrument/Line Inputs Channels 1 and 2 have an Instrument/Line input as well as the microphone input. If you want, you can plug one signal into the Channel 1 Mic input and another signal into the Channel 1 Line input. However, these signals will be mixed and both recorded on Channel 1, and you wont have any control over the balance between the two signals. A better solution in this case would be to use the Channel 1 Mic input and the Channel 2 Line input.
The Instrument/Line input accepts an instrument level signal, such as an electric guitar or bass, or a line level signal, like a synthesizer or drum machine. The Channel 1 and Channel 2 Gain controls on the front panel control the level of the Instrument/Line inputs. Adjust the gain control while watching the meter in your digital recording software. If your recording software doesnt have an input meter, you can check the tiny meter on the MobilePre USBs front panel. MobilePre USB Outputs The rear panel of your MobilePre USB has two sets of outputs: a pair of 1/4 jacks (labeled Output 1 & 2) and a single 1/8 stereo jack (labeled Stereo Line Output). Either of these outputs can connect to a set of powered speakers for monitoring.You can also connect the outputs of the MobilePre USB to a mixer or a stereo receiver.
Use whichever set of outputs fits the inputs of your monitor system, but you should only connect one or the other. If your speakers or receiver uses RCA jacks instead, you can purchase a converter, like the one pictured here, at an electronics store such as Radio Shack.
White = Left
1/8" Stereo Mini Jack
(2) Female RCA Jacks
Red = Right
Note that the outputs of the MobilePre USB are Line Level. You can connect these outputs directly to the inputs of powered speakers.
However, if your speakers are not self-powered then you will need to connect the MobilePre USBs outputs to the inputs of a power amplifier or stereo receiver.You can then connect the power amp or receivers outputs to the speakers.
Make sure that the speakers that you use near a CRT Computer Monitor are shielded speakers. If your monitor begins to become discolored in one of the corners, or if the image appears warped, move the speaker further away to avoid damage to your monitor.
Hardware Features Analog Inputs: - Microphone & Instrument/Line: 2, In-to-USB & USB-to-Analog Audio Stereo Out - XLR Microphone: 2, Balanced w/ switchable Phantom Power (+48 V) - 1/8" Microphone: Stereo - Instrument/Line: 2, 1/4" Balanced, high-impedance (for electric guitar & bass) - Input Channel Gain Knob: +40 dB max - Input Channel LEDs: Clip (Red) and Signal-Present (Green) - Unbalanced Outs: 2, 1/4 (-10 dBV nominal, +1.7 dBV max) - Stereo Line Out: 1/8 Mini (-10 dBV nominal, +1.7 dBV max) - Headphone Out: 1/8 Stereo Mini with Level Control knob
Power: USB (no transformer or batteries required)
Bit-Depth Supported: 16-bit, Input & Output Hardware Direct Monitoring: Zero Latency w/ Software Level Control (Stereo or Channel 1 Mono path, Software-set) Record & Play Outputs and Direct Monitor (Thru) Levels: Software-controlled (Mute & +12 to -50 dB, in 2 dB steps) Master Output Volume Control: Software-controlled (Mute & 0 to -62 dB, in 2 dB steps)
Audio Performance Supported Sampling Frequencies (Hz): 8000, 9600, 11025, 12000, 16000, 22050, 24000, 32000, 44100 & 48000 Outputs, 1/4 & Stereo Line: - Dynamic Range: 91 dB (typical, -60 dB input, A-weighted) - S/N Ratio: 91 dB (typical, A-weighted) - THD: -87 dB (typical) Inputs, XLR Mic: - Dynamic Range: 91 dB (typical, -60 dB input, A-weighted) - Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 91 dB (typical, A-weighted) - THD: -80 dB (typical) Inputs, Inst/Line: - Dynamic Range: 96 dB (typical, -60 dB input, A-weighted) - Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 96 dB (typical, A-weighted) - THD: -78 dB (typical)
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