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1394 And Audio Connectors On Front Panel

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#1 Pix_Z


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Posted 12 August 2007 - 01:41 AM

I'm setting up my 1394 and audio connections from my case front panel to the mobo. My 1394 connection has one big connector labeled "1394." There are also some small separate connectors whose wires feed into the big 1394-labeled connector. The small connectors all have labels for the different signals like "TPA-", "Ground", "TPA+", "TPB-", etc. The audio is set up the same way--one big connector labeled "HD Audio", smaller connectors labeled things like "MIC_L", "GND", "Front_JD", etc. My guess is that for either the 1394 or the audio setup, I can use either the big connector or the set of individual ones. Can someone confirm this?

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Posted 12 August 2007 - 01:48 AM


Some cards and mainboards only have the pinout header, others have both the header and the regular connectors.
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